MS-13 Gang Member Sentenced To 35 Years In Prison For Participating In A Racketeering EnterpriseA U.S. District Judge sentenced 23-year-old Moises Alexis Reyes-Canales, of Annapolis, to 35 years in federal prison for conspiracy to participate in a racketeering enterprise and to using, carrying, and discharging a firearm during a crime of violence, in connection with his MS-13 gang activities, including murder and two attempted murders.
Governor Hogan Meets With Afghan Interpreter Resettled In MarylandThe Governor's Office said Maryland ranks fourth in the nation for accepting special immigrant visa holders.
Mission Escape Rooms Pledges Thursday Sales Toward Tornado Relief In Anne Arundel CountyMission Escape Rooms is donating 100% of its sales this Thursday to those affected by the storms.
Police No Longer Believe There Is A Public Safety Threat Following Report Of Shooting In Cape St. ClaireAnne Arundel County police have lifted the ‘shelter in place’ order after an armed teenager was seen walking around a wooded area of Cape St. Claire Elementary School and Broadneck High School.
Dick's Sporting Goods Plans 'National Signing Day' For Seasonal Work, Looks To Hire 210 Workers In Baltimore AreaDick's Sporting Goods will hold a "National Signing Day" on Sept. 15 as the company looks to hire 210 seasonal workers in Baltimore area stores.
Annapolis Police Investigating Suspicious Death Of A TeenagerAnnapolis City Police are investigating a suspicious death of a 17-year-old as a homicide after the teen was found dead from a gunshot wound.
FEMA To Conduct Assessments Of Damage From Remnants Of Hurricane Ida Next WeekStaff with the Federal Emergency Management Agency will next week assess the damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida in Anne Arundel and Cecil counties to determine if the state qualifies for federal assistance.
Annapolis Mayor Pledges To Assist Schools With Bus Driver ShortageAnnapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley on Thursday said his office is working to find solutions to the bus driver shortage after parents began calling city hall.
Annapolis Town Center To Host Outdoor Concert To Benefit Victims Of TornadoThe Annapolis Town Center will host Night Out on the Town, an outdoor concert and fundraiser to help tornado relief efforts, on Oct. 10, the shopping center announced on Thursday.
Some Homes Remain Uninhabitable After Annapolis Tornado; City Partners To Provide AssistanceThose impacted by an EF-2 tornado that struck Annapolis last week can access city, county and state resources and get their questions answered Wednesday at a town hall at the Mt. Olive Community Life Center.
Annapolis To Hold Tornado Town Hall Meeting For Community Members Seeking AssistanceThe city said the meeting will begin with a general briefing, and then there will be targeted resource breakout sessions so that community members can ask questions and find assistance.
Anne Arundel County Continues Tornado Cleanup After Remnants Of Hurricane IdaThree days later and people are still cleaning up after the powerful and destructive EF-2 tornado spawned by the remnants of Hurricane Ida that ripped through parts of Anne Arundel County.
Friends, Family Honor Slain Navy Mom Michelle Cummings At Navy Home Opener SaturdayIt was a bittersweet reunion today at the Navy football home opener. Friends and family members came together to honor the life of Michelle Cummings on what would have been her first game as a Navy mom.
'I've Never Seen This Kind Of Damage' Cleanup In Annapolis Continues After Two Tornadoes Rip Through MarylandFamilies continue to clean up after two tornados ripped through Maryland.
‘Like A Bomb’ Annapolis Neighborhoods Reeling From EF-2 Tornado With 125mph WindsAn EF-2 tornado tore an 11.25-mile path of devastation through Anne Arundel County on Thursday, and people are still cleaning up the mess.