Anne Arundel County
Former Anne Arundel County Council member Daryl D. Jones, who lost his seat after being convicted of failing to file a tax return, is due to be released from a South Carolina federal prison.
A task force of lawmakers reviewing a court ruling that singles out pit bulls as "inherently dangerous" heard from animal rights advocates on Tuesday who oppose the decision and from the parents of a severely injured boy who prompted the court's action.
A church under the guidance of Anthony Muse has fallen on hard financial times.
The Maryland State Archives collection is among the largest in the country with nearly 400 years of history, including Colonial-era paintings, keepsakes of the state's governors, and thousands of land, court and genealogy records.
Maryland regulators have approved a merger of the largest state-chartered credit union, SECU, with the Anne Arundel County Employees Federal Credit Union.
Anne Arundel County police say two Pasadena teenagers have been charged with throwing a homemade bomb at a 6-year-old girl on a playground.
A $100 million project to upgrade of the oldest portion of Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is under way.
Hostetter, a 26-year-old Stevensville resident, was among a group of eight from Anne Arundel Community College who traveled to South Dakota recently to help out impoverished Oglala Lakota Sioux on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
Virginia Beach health officials have lifted a ban on swimming and wading in a section of the Chesapeake Bay.
Gamblers are converging on Maryland's largest casino.
Black alumni of the U.S. Naval Academy are celebrating the life of its first black graduate, who opened doors to them.
An Army private accused in the biggest leak of government secrets in U.S. history will be spending more time in court.
Authorities say a Maryland man has been charged with assault after allegedly shooting a co-worker with a nail gun.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland is renewing its call for explanations about criminal history database searches of people on an enemies list of Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold.
The Environmental Protection Agency is urging New York to submit its overdue state plan for cutting pollution that flows into Chesapeake Bay, part of an effort by all six bay watershed states and the District of Columbia, a top EPA official said Thursday.
A man who robbed a convenience store in Annapolis where he frequently bought lottery tickets has been sentenced to 13 years in prison.
Maryland's largest casino is more than three football fields long.
Authorities say they have recovered the body of a boater who jumped into the Chesapeake Bay to go swimming and did not resurface.
Gay students at America's military service academies are wrapping up the first year when they no longer had to hide their sexual orientation, benefiting from the end of the "don't ask, don't tell" policy that used to bar them from seemingly ordinary activities like taking their partners openly to graduation events.
The owner of a kayak discovered floating unattended in the Chesapeake Bay has been found safe.