Authorities say a comprehensive report on a house fire that killed six people in January near Annapolis has been delayed for at least two months while federal agents investigate arsons that occurred during the unrest in Baltimore.
Police in Annapolis say they used a stun gun on a naked man who failed to comply with an officer’s orders to stop.
Here in the sailing capital of the world, it’s common for men, women, children and even dogs to enjoy a leisurely boat ride on a weekend or warm summer day.
It’s been nearly a week since a Curtis Bay woman is accused of abandoning her baby on a Pasadena roadside. Now the baby’s father is facing charges.
A newly created commission is taking a red pen to Maryland’s business regulations.
A real estate agent is asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit claiming the agent knowingly sold an Annapolis house infested with snakes.
For 1,200 young men and women summer as they know it, has officially come to an end.
A plan has been introduced to build a large solar energy facility on a closed Annapolis landfill, and by doing so put the city near the forefront of the green-energy movement.
Cracking down on illegal crabbing. New rules are set to go into effect.
A Czech Republic man was killed while attempting to cross the road Saturday night.
Maryland’s traffic congestion creates some of the nation’s worst commuting headaches.
They own a legendary Annapolis restaurant, and they’re founders of what’s become a major charity that helps our wounded warriors. Their big fundraiser is Saturday.