First Federal Juneteenth Holiday Marked With Celebrations In Annapolis, BaltimoreFrom City Dock to Maryland Hall, it's a celebration. Car horns are blaring. Music is blasting with hundreds of demonstrators in the streets. It's Juneteenth and this one is special. A year when the country has witnessed adversity, America has come to our State Capital for this parade on a day of unity.
Annapolis Woman Claims $40,000 VaxCash PrizeAn eldercare professional from Annapolis claimed her $40,000 VaxCash prize in Baltimore Wednesday.
Governor Larry Hogan Proclaimed June 12 As Women's Veteran's Day In MarylandGovernor Larry Hogan Proclaimed June 12 as Women Veteran's Day in Maryland. He also announced the establishment of the Women Veteran's Inclusion Program to support women veterans.
Market-Size Oyster, Spat Population In Chesapeake Bay Increased In 2021The market-size oyster population in Maryland rose slightly over the past year, and spat estimates increased to the highest level in the previous 20 years, according to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources' 2021 Oyster Stock Assessment Update released Tuesday.
Capital Gazette Shooter Defense Attorneys Request Closed Hearing For 'Sensational' CoverageThe Capital Gazette shooter was back in court on Thursday and defense attorneys are claiming that press reporting of Wednesday's hearing was "sensational and prejudicial."
$3 Million In Grant Awards Available To Protect Maryland Nonprofits Vulnerable To Hate CrimesThe Governor’s Office of Crime Prevention, Youth, and Victim Services announced Wednesday that applications are open and $3 million in funding is available for the Protecting Against Hate Crimes Grant program.
US Naval Academy Induction Day, Oath Of Office Ceremony Will Be Open To FamiliesThe U.S. Naval Academy announced it will welcome 1,200 members of the Class of 2025 with an Induction Day and Oath of Office ceremony at the end of June. The Academy announced that this year, thanks to improved COVID-19 metrics, parents and families are welcome to attend in person.
Annapolis Offices Will Reopen To The Public On July 6Annapolis officials announced that the city offices will reopen to the public on July 6.
Baltimore Felon Sentenced To 5 Years In Prison For Giving Fake Name To Police, Gun Possession27-year-old Robert Davis of Baltimore was convicted Wednesday by a jury and sentenced to five years in prison for giving a fake name to an officer, possessing a gun as a felon, and other related charges.
Towson Woman First To Claim $40,000 Vaccine Lottery PrizeTowson woman Deidre Poore Egan is the first to claim $40,000 in Maryland's VaxCash vaccine sweepstakes. She won the third drawing on May 27.
Gov. Larry Hogan Vetoes 18 Bills Involving Tax Hikes, Remote Teaching, Clean Energy And MoreMaryland Governor Larry Hogan Friday vetoed 18 House and Senate Bills passed in the 2021 legislative session. The slew of vetoes included legislation from public transit funding to collective bargaining for state employees.
US Naval Academy Class Of 2021 Graduates, VP Kamala Harris SpeaksVice President Kamala Harris focused on the challenges of the pandemic, climate change and cybersecurity threats during her keynote speech to graduates at the U.S. Naval Academy on Friday, the first by a woman at the 175-year-old institution.
Woman Found Unresponsive At Sandy Point State Park Dies, Identified As Geeta StoweMaryland Natural Resources Police announced that they have identified the unresponsive woman found at Sandy Point State Park on Sunday as 42-year-old, Geeta Stowe.
Blue Angels Fly Over Annapolis Wednesday As Part Of Naval Academy Commissioning WeekThe Blue Angels are back in Maryland for Commissioning Week and performed for scores of people who lined along the streets of Annapolis to watch them Wednesday.
Police: 1 Man Dead Following Dirt Bike Collison In AnnapolisPolice are investigating a serious collision in Annapolis.