The old state promotion that “Maryland is America in Miniature,” apparently extends to earthquakes.
A small earthquake rattled parts of Maryland on Saturday night leaving many sounding off on social media.
Janice Hayes-Williams held a shard of a plate at the slave quarters archaeological dig at Belvoir, the site of an 18th-century plantation in Crownsville.
A Glen Burnie woman and her baby are in good health after the mother gave birth on the side of a highway.
A wandering peahen that escaped from an Annapolis-area farm and evaded multiple would-be captors has returned home on her own accord.
Anne Arundel County police have arrested two suspects hours after recovering a school bus that was stolen overnight in Crownsville.
The investigation continues into a fatal boating accident in Anne Arundel County.
The Board of Public Works has approved funding to remove up to 200,000 tires from a dump in Crownsville.
After decades in the same Anne Arundel County location, Maryland Renaissance Festival organizers say they are looking at moving to a new venue.
Annapolis is looking for potential buyers and tenants to take over its Eisenhower Golf Course.
A man is killed and a woman is critically injured in a motorcycle crash on Veterans Highway.
Tiny St. Paul’s Chapel in Crownsville has a big mystery.