Dozens Of Sail Boats In The Inner Harbor For Good CauseFor more than a quarter century, a competition has been making waves up and down the East Coast--and the tradition continues this week.
It's Academic: October 3, 2015Teams from Towson, Annapolis and Patterson Mill compete.
'Snake House' Lawsuit May Go To Trial After Failed MediationForced out of their home by snakes. The battle between an Annapolis couple and their Realtor continues. It's a fight over whether or not the Realtor knowingly sold them a home filled with reptiles.
Annapolis Man Found Dead After Shooting Tuesday EveningAnne Arundel County Police responded to gunshots heard in the area of Washington Avenue and Bay Highlands Drive in Annapolis Tuesday evening.
Severn Man Accused Of Raping Woman In AnnapolisA Severn man was arrested after police say he allegedly raped a woman in Annapolis.
State Looking Into O'Malley's Discount Purchase Of FurnitureA furniture feud is brewing in Maryland. Governor Larry Hogan blasts former governor Martin O'Malley for buying fancy furniture from the governor's mansion at a deep discount.
Best Free Labor Day Events In BaltimoreCelebrated this year on Monday, September 7, Baltimoreans have their pick of free events and activities this Labor Day.
Spray Paint Artist Brings 'Can-Do' Attitude To City DockDavid Jeon straps a mask to his face and puts on a pair of gloves.
12-Year-Old Cited For Driving Stolen Car In AnnapolisAnnapolis Police say a 12-year-old boy was stopped for driving a stolen car, with his 14-year-old brother as a passenger.
Annapolis Police Investigate Bomb Threats At 3 Local Businesses Police in the Annapolis area are looking into a series of bomb threats against local businesses.
Plebe Summer Ends For U.S. Naval Academy Class Of 2019Six weeks to toughen up for the next four years. It's called Plebe Summer at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Chick and Ruth's In Annapolis Celebrate 50 Years In BusinessAn Annapolis delicatessen is celebrating 50 years.