The first Restaurant Week happened 22 years ago in New York City coinciding with the Republican National Convention. Since then it spread across the world, including to Annapolis.
Two bills that would decriminalize marijuana will get their first hearing Tuesday in a Senate committee.
There is a new push in Annapolis to raise some state speed limits to 70 mph. It’s already cleared the House, and it’s headed to the Senate.
Midshipmen in Annapolis get ready to lend a helping hand.
Thousands of pet owners anxiously await the outcome of bills that would nullify a controversial court ruling that pit bulls are inherently dangerous.
A man who prosecutors say fired his malfunctioning gun several times at employees in a store he was trying to rob has been convicted of attempted second-degree murder.
Delegate Jon Cardin makes it official. The Baltimore County Democrat has announced his candidacy for Attorney General.
In 2007, the Annapolis City Council passed a bill apologizing for slavery. The legislation also called for a time of education in the last week of October.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is outlining a multimillion dollar expansion of the state’s pre-K program. State lawmakers say they want more of the youngest students in class sooner.
Crews investigate a suspicious package at Westfield Annapolis Mall.
Dozens rally in Annapolis in support of a new plan to raise the minimum wage, but not everybody’s in favor.
Downtown Annapolis businesses are expecting the annual winter boost thanks to the return of the Maryland General Assembly.