Annapolis Native, Fashion Designer Christian Siriano 'Feeling Really Proud' Of Efforts To Donate Masks Amid Coronavirus PandemicSiriano has been hard at work making masks since March when they became an important part of peoples' wardrobes.
Government House Bathed In Light To Mark 100th Anniversary Of 19th AmendmentGovernment House in Annapolis was bathed in purple and gold light Wednesday night in honor of the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment.
Hundreds Of Midshipmen To Live In Dorms At St. John's College In Annapolis This Fall Following Agreement With Naval AcademyHundreds of midshipmen from the U.S. Naval Academy will live in dormitories at the nearby St. John's College this fall, freeing up space at the academy for quarantine and isolation requirements that may be needed, the academy said Monday.
Woman Raped By Acquaintance In Annapolis Friday, Police SayPolice say a woman in Annapolis was raped over the weekend, and they are currently investigating the incident.
Kitten Rescued By Annapolis Fire CrewsA kitten that fell into a 4" pipe drain was rescued by Annapolis Fire earlier Sunday afternoon.
'The Real Burden Is On Us': UMD Students Rally In Annapolis To Be Let Out Of Campus-Affiliated Apartment LeasesUniversity of Maryland students took to the streets of Annapolis Wednesday in a car caravan calling for elected officials to take notice of their safety and financial concerns ahead of the fall semester.
UMD Students Stuck In Leases They No Longer Need Due To Shift To Online Learning Plan Caravan Protest In AnnapolisStudents at the University of Maryland who find themselves stuck in leases they no longer need plan to take their complaints to Annapolis.
Man Assaulted At 'Flea Market' Event In Annapolis By Shovels, Garden RakePolice are investigating after a man in Annapolis was assaulted by garden tools over the weekend.
Pedestrian Struck, Critically Injured In AnnapolisA pedestrian was critically injured after being hit by an SUV in Annapolis Thursday afternoon, the city's fire department said.
Annapolis Apartment Fire On June 25 Caused By Lightning Strike, Fire Officials SayFire officials say a fire at an Annapolis apartment complex along Spa Road was caused by a lightning strike.
Annapolis Gets 40,000 Mask Donations From Chinese City ChangshaA municipal government in China has donated 40,000 medical-grade face masks to Maryland's capital city amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Dead Fish Found Along Sullivan Cove; Experts Blame Tropical Storm IsaiasThousands of dead fish were found in Sullivan Cove off the Severn River in Annapolis.
Defense Continues Arguing Capital Gazette Shooter's Constitutional Rights Were Violated; Prosecution Calls Claim 'Fishing Expedition'The gunman in the deadly Capital Gazette shooting left court Thursday following a second day of motions as a judge weighs whether to allow a doctor's psychiatric evaluation to be included in the case.
Prosecutors, Defense Argue Over How Capital Gazette Shooter's Psychiatric Evaluation Was Obtained In Motion HearingThe Capital Gazette gunman appeared in court again on Wednesday.
Annapolis Spared Major Flooding At City Dock After Tropical Storm Isaias Moves ThroughIn Annapolis, the City Dock, an area prone to flooding, managed to dodge high water.