Annapolis, Anne Arundel Fire Departments Ask For Public's Help To Alleviate COVID-19 Strain On First RespondersThe Annapolis and Anne Arundel County fire departments are asking for the community's help in alleviating the strain its first responders are facing as a result of the strain COVID-19 and its variants are causing.
Firefighters Rescue 18 From High-Rise Condo Fire In AnnapolisFirefighters rescued 18 people late Thursday from a two-alarm fire at a high-rise condominium in Annapolis, authorities said.
Annapolis Fire Department Mourns The Loss Of City's First Fire Chief Charles H. SteeleThe City of Annapolis is mourning the passing of retired Fire Chief Charles H. Steele. He was the city's first career fire chief.
Two Firefighters Injured Battling Fire In AnnapolisTwo firefighters were sent to the hospital after putting out a fire Tuesday night.
Bomb-Sniffing K-9 Jumps Nose First Back Into Work After Months Of RecoveryA bomb-sniffing K-9 in Annapolis is back on the job after three months of recovering from an injury.
Driver Overdoses, Crashes Into Building With Passenger, Dog In VehicleTwo individuals and a dog were involved in a collision with a building Wednesday after the driver reportedly overdosed.
Some Tips To Keep Yourself Safe and Warm This WinterAs frigid temperatures continue to stay in Maryland, the Annapolis Fire Department is offering some tips to keep people warm and safe.
Maryland Organization Raises Money For The Surgery Of Bomb-Sniffing K-9An Annapolis bomb-sniffing dog puts his life on the line working for the fire department, but this time around, the K-9 will get the help he needs.
Crownsville Home Destroyed In Overnight FireFire crews battled an overnight fire in Anne Arundel County Friday.
One Man Killed In Annapolis House FireA house fire has claimed the life of a man in Annapolis.
Fire Officials: Boy Burned, Brother Played With LighterFire officials in Annapolis say a 4-year-old boy was seriously burned when his 6-year-old brother played with a lighter at a shelter.
3 Rescued From Burning Annapolis BuildingFire officials say crews rescued three people from the third floor of a burning garden-style apartment building in Annapolis.
Suspicious Package In Annapolis Determined To Be Baby PowderMaryland State Police and fire department personnel responded to investigate a suspicious letter received in the state mailroom in the Jeffrey Building in Annapolis. It was later determined to be baby powder.