The National Trust for Historic Preservation has named Annapolis a national treasure.
Thousands of revelers were celebrating the Fourth of July in the nation’s capital under clear skies Friday, despite initial fears that rain from Hurricane Arthur could ruin their fun.
This year’s winner of “American Idol” and country singer Jennifer Nettles will join the lineup of performers at the National Memorial Day Concert on the Capitol lawn in Washington.
Nearly three years after an earthquake shook the nation’s capital, the Washington Monument will finally reopen to the public.
Thirty middle-school-aged girls from all over Maryland will visit Annapolis to meet women in leadership positions.
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.
Starting next year, people living in the nation’s capital who don’t have legal permission to reside in the United States will be able to get driver’s licenses.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is leading an overnight walk through the nation’s capital to raise awareness about suicide.
City leaders in Annapolis are launching a “Walk Annapolis” campaign to highlight the walkability and shop-ability of the state capital.
Tom Marquardt, editor and publisher of Capital Gazette Communications, will retire at the end of the year.
Investors and second-home buyers are putting their cash to work with residential real estate.
Archaeologists have uncovered the stone and brick foundation of a St. Mary’s City structure that served as Maryland’s first state house.