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.
Maryland State Police are investigating a single-vehicle crash that left a Maryland truck driver dead Sunday morning on Route 50, east of Annapolis.
A new agreement allowing regular, direct airline flights to Cuba from the U.S. is being welcomed by Annapolis-based Adalen Travel & Cuba Services, LLC.
Annapolis police say a missing man has been found dead in Tennessee.
Annapolis police say they’ve arrested a 20-year-old man in the fatal shooting of another 20-year-old man last week.
Several Annapolis musicians gathered to pay homage to the late innovative and iconic singer David Bowie.
At the moment, Maryland law requires ignition interlock for drivers with a BAC of .15, nearly twice the legal limit.
Fire officials say a fire that damaged an Annapolis home started in the area of a Christmas tree.
The Annapolis Yacht Club, which traces its roots to 1886, has reached a deal to temporarily fly its flag at a spacious restaurant facility located at the City Dock, after a devastating fire significantly damaged the club on Dec. 3.
A devastating fire Saturday destroyed the Annapolis Yacht Club on the waterfront of Maryland’s capital city. The city plans to expedite the permits needed to rebuild the iconic landmark that traces its roots to 1886.