A Maryland lawmaker is taking part in a discussion about state efforts to boost retirement savings.
The board of St. John’s College proposes naming one president over the college’s two campuses in Annapolis, Maryland, and Santa Fe, New Mexico, instead of the current two presidents. Critics say the plan took shape behind closed doors without sufficient student and faculty input, contrary to St. John’s tradition.
Prince George’s County firefighter John Ulmschneider, who was killed on April 15 while answering a call in Temple Hills, was memorialized at the Maryland Fire-Rescue Services Memorial in Annapolis on Sunday.
The U.S. Naval Academy’s plebe class will climb the Herndon Monument Monday afternoon.
The Annapolis Police Department is getting ready to kick-off a pilot program to wear body cameras, most likely before the end of June.
Governor Larry Hogan has hired former Anne Arundel County Executive Robert Neall to lead an effort to reorganize Maryland’s government.
Several parking lots in downtown Annapolis, Maryland add two new ways to keep track of parked cars.
Annapolis’ Human Resources Department will be merged with the City Manager’s Office, and the Department of Neighborhood and Environmental Programs will be dissolved, transferring its responsibilities throughout several departments in the city.
Maryland has taken the wraps off its newly-designed driver’s license that will be issued starting June 22.
Police say officers on Thursday will be located near the Annapolis Market House to offer free breathalyzer tests and distribute literature about drunk driving.
Maryland Natural Resources Secretary Mark Belton will join city officials on Wednesday for the official grand opening.
A bill dubbed “Noah’s Law” is causing lots of last-minute drama in the Maryland General Assembly.
Annapolis Yacht Club officials say they are leaning toward demolishing their fire-damaged headquarters in order to more easily meet federal flood plain requirements.
An Annapolis man has pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree murder for shooting an Arundel County Police officer during a scuffle outside a convenience store.
An architect has proposed a compromise to the debate over whether Roger Taney’s statue should be removed from the State House grounds: To contrast Taney with abolitionist Frederick Douglass.