The city manager is leaving his post in Annapolis.
An Annapolis man convicted of the shooting death of a visitor to his ex-girlfriend’s home has been sentenced to two life sentences.
The 2014 legislative session is officially underway in Annapolis. Lawmakers will have plenty on their plates to debate this year.
Anne Arundel County are looking for two men who robbed a Go Wireless store before Christmas.
Del. Robert Costa says he is retiring from Maryland’s General Assembly after this year.
Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration will submit emergency legislation at the start of Maryland’s legislative session next week aimed at insuring people who thought they had successfully enrolled in a health care plan through the state’s health exchange but had not — through no fault of their own, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announced Friday.
Three teens are arrested after a fight breaks out at Annapolis Mall.
Football fans flock to Annapolis for the first time–the Military Bowl is being held in the state capital. University of Maryland takes on Marshall for the big game.
A flood of people are expected in Annapolis Friday as the city hosts the Military Bowl for the first time.
Annapolis Police have charged a Baltimore man with breaking into a newspaper office and stealing $6,000 in computers and other items.
Two winning ticket holders on opposite sides of the country will split a whopping $648 million jackpot, the second largest in lottery history.
A Maryland court ruling requiring poor defendants to have an attorney at initial bail hearings is expected to be a significant issue in the upcoming legislative session, along with a challenging budget situation, debate about raising the minimum wage and revisiting contentious stormwater management fees, leading lawmakers said Friday.