The 439th General Assembly adjourned a joint session in a moment of silence at midnight Monday night, and the only sound at the moment of Sine Die was the rustling of garbage bags as student pages dropped balloons on the House chamber floor.
The United States Naval Academy’s iconic chapel dome, whose patina has turned green with age, is set to be replaced with a shiny new version.
The police chief at the U.S. Naval Academy is under investigation following a complaint about sexual harassment.
If Lee Madison wants to show you his art, he has to take out his phone. This weekend will be the first time he doesn’t have to.
It’s billed as the largest parade in Annapolis, and plenty of folks lined the streets of historic Naptown to celebrate Irish heritage. See photos.
Aside from their shared first initial, gender and complexion, Ripken and Wallace have more in common than one may think. They both get grumpy when they’re hungry. They both recently moved to Annapolis. And then there’s their fathers and their fame.
House Speaker Michael Busch and Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller are scheduled to make the announcement with William Kirwan on Tuesday.
Attorneys for the man accused of killing five people at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Maryland say prosecutors haven’t provided them with enough factual details involving the charges against their client.
Annapolis police chief Scott Baker was fired and the city’s mayor expressed a desire to change the “direction and culture” of the police department.
The Senate Finance Committee is scheduled to hold a hearing on the bill Tuesday. Lawmakers filed the legislation in response to the recent 35-day shutdown.
An audit has found that the Naval Academy has decaying walls, plumbing issues and condemned offices and balconies.
Maryland lawmakers say they hope to tackle a range of topics in this year’s session, including banning so-called “ghost guns,” criminal justice reform, legalizing marijuana and extending harassment laws to more employees.
A former mayoral candidate is accused of punching a woman repeatedly in the face on Christmas Eve, after a night of drinking.
Every year, garden clubs from all over Maryland decorate trees for display at Maryland’s State House throughout the holidays. Here’s a sampling of what visitors can expect to find. See photos.
Officers found $30,000 worth of illegal cigarettes when they pulled over 25-year-old Ali Nasser Mohsen Ashubi of Mount Vernon, New York due to a traffic violation.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.