Bay Bridge Study For Third Span Stalled Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe decision on whether or not to build another Bay Bridge may have to wait, all because of the pandemic.
Annapolis City Council Considering Resolution Condemning Former President Trump For Deadly US Capitol RiotsThe Annapolis City Council is considering a resolution condemning former President Donald Trump for the violent riots at the U.S. Capitol earlier this month.
Godiva Is Closing Or Selling All U.S. Stores, Including 4 In MarylandLuxury chocolatier Godiva is getting out of the brick and mortar business.
Lidl Will Open Store In Annapolis On Feb. 3Lidl will open its newest grocery store in Annapolis on February 3.
Maryland Officials Pay Tribute To Longtime Senate President Mike MillerMaryland officials remembered the nation’s longest-serving state Senate president on Friday as a powerful leader who influenced policy for nearly half a century, a towering figure in state politics who could be gruff as well as kind.
Senate President Emeritus Mike Miller Lies In State At State House Rotunda Thursday EveningSenate President Emeritus Mike Miller will lie in state in the State House rotunda from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday night and again from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday.
Law Enforcement Presence Heightened At Maryland State House As Joe Biden Sworn In As President In DCAs President Joe Biden was sworn in as the next commander-in-chief, security was heightened not only in Washington, D.C., but also at state houses across the country.
Colonel James McDonough III Named New Naval Academy CommandantThe U.S. Naval Academy has a new commandant.
Maryland Senate President Bill Ferguson Forms Oversight Panel On Vaccine RolloutA top Maryland lawmaker announced Monday that he is forming an oversight panel to monitor the state's COVID-19 vaccine rollout, after criticizing "unacceptable" levels of confusion about vaccine access, administration and distribution in the state.
Annapolis Police Heighten Presence Downtown, Near State House Ahead Of InaugurationIf you're walking around the State House buildings in Annapolis, you'll see that on pretty much every corner there is a police presence.
Annapolis Police Urging People To Report Anything Suspicious Ahead Of InaugurationAnnapolis Police are trying to ease some concerns about possible violence leading up to the inauguration.
2 People, Including Firefighter, Injured In Annapolis Townhome FireTwo people, including a firefighter, were injured in a townhome fire in Annapolis Wednesday afternoon, the city's fire department said.
Carl Behler Charged In Crash That Killed Cyclist Arthur Carter, Injured 2 Others In MarchCarl Behler, 68, appeared in court Tuesday on charges related to a March 8 crash that killed 58-year-old cyclist and Air Force veteran Arthur Carter and injured two others.
Man Stabbed In Annapolis Late Tuesday Night, Police SayA man was stabbed multiple times during a fight in Annapolis late Tuesday night, police say.
Judge: Premature To Block Naval Academy Midshipman's Expulsion Over TweetsA federal judge in Baltimore has ruled that it is premature for her to decide whether to block the U.S. Naval Academy from expelling a midshipman for posting social media messages deemed to be crude, noting a senior Navy official has not made a final disciplinary decision.