Anne Arundel County
The Military Bowl is moving this season from RFK Stadium in Washington to Navy-Marine Corp Stadium in Annapolis, Md.
Military Bowl moving from RFK in DC to Navy Marine Corps Stadium in Annapolis
Annapolis police arrested a man for burglary after they say he called them claiming he had been beaten and robbed.
A Maryland father says his son's controversial suspension is ridiculous, and he is not backing down.
A Maryland second-grader who was suspended after chewing a pastry into the shape of a gun and aiming it at other students won't get his record cleared -- at least for now.
Md. DNR urges boaters to wear life jackets to work Friday to promote boater safety
Md. delegate accused in drunken boating crash to discuss charges on eve of trial
Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown to announce 2014 bid for Md. governor in Prince George's Co.
It is almost as certain a sign of spring as the robins: Young people showing up at your front door offering specials on magazine subscriptions.
Anne Arundel County Police Chief Larry Tolliver is resigning from his post after complaints that he had retaliated against officers who testified against the previous county executive.
New restrictions on firearms in Maryland may have sparked an increased interest in stun guns.
Anne Arundel County on Monday became the latest jurisdiction in the state to legalize the use of stun guns by civilians since the state law was changed to allow them four years ago.
The Anne Arundel County Council has voted to allow residents to carry stun guns.
Annapolis looking for proposals for Eisenhower Golf Course; county lease expires in 2016
Md. board approves $97 million in grants, loans for upgrades to sewage treatment plant
When the three surviving members of The Monkees play Warner Theatre on their summer tour, it will be the latest homecoming for Peter Tork.
Three Peregrine falcon chicks are nesting along the eastbound span of the Bay Bridge.
The Anne Arundel County Council has voted to override the county executive's veto of a stormwater remediation fee and will now consider emergency legislation to modify the fee.
An Annapolis man has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and driving while intoxicated in the March crosswalk death of 71-year-old Ruby Whitfield.
Police are warning of two new telephone scams. One involves crooks claiming to work for the police, while the other claims a relative of yours has been hurt in an accident.