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  • Niumatalolo says Ohio State could 'embarrass' Navy in opener, but team has hope

    Niumatalolo says Ohio State could 'embarrass' Navy in opener, but team has hope
    Ken Niumatalolo recently joked that the more he watches Ohio State on film, “the scarier it gets.” The seventh-year Navy head coach was serious when he said the Buckeyes have the potential to “embarrass us.” Navy opens the season...
  • Debate over web-connected cars, driver privacy headed to Maryland

    Debate over web-connected cars, driver privacy headed to Maryland
    About one in five cars on American roadways connects to outside parties via cellular telephone networks, transmitting data on drivers' speeding and braking habits, their location, and their vehicle's health and performance. By 2025, AAA predicts, all...
  • Ravens' practice with 49ers on Friday has been canceled

    Ravens' practice with 49ers on Friday has been canceled
    The Ravens' joint practice with the San Francisco 49ers scheduled for Friday at M&T Bank Stadium has been canceled, the team announced Saturday, citing rules in the NFL's collective bargaining agreement with its players. The CBA limits the number of...
  • Historic Horse Trails illustrate Maryland's equine past

    Historic Horse Trails illustrate Maryland's equine past
    For longer than the U.S. has been a nation, Marylanders have been horse people. George Washington raced thoroughbred horses in Annapolis in the 1750s, 100 years after the animals were first introduced to the area. A statue of Casimir Pulaski, a Polish...
  • McCain says Larson cast 'large shadow'

    McCain says Larson cast 'large shadow'
    Sen. John McCain of Arizona, a classmate of Charles R. Larson at the U.S. Naval Academy, says the four-star admiral and former academy superintendent was a "dear friend" and "great man" who, like McCain's father and grandfather, cast a large shadow....
  • Annapolis police say bicycle thefts spiked in May, June

    Annapolis police say bicycle thefts spiked in May, June
    Annapolis police say they are responding to May and June's surge in bicycle thefts in the city by adding patrols. Public information officer Amy Miguez said 21 bicycles were stolen in Annapolis in May and 15 were stolen in June. By comparison, two bikes...
  • Nat'l Sailing Hall of Fame helps Arundel students practice nautical science

    Nat'l Sailing Hall of Fame helps Arundel students practice nautical science
    The Dreambuilder was making slow progress. The 35-foot-long sailboat meandered in the waters off Annapolis on Wednesday as its teenage crew stood on deck and watched in dismay. “I don’t think I’ve ever gone so fast,” Tommy...
  • More BGE customers earning bill credits for cutting back

    More BGE customers earning bill credits for cutting back
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. said 640,000 customers earned a credit on their bills last week for cutting back on electricity, the biggest test of a fledgling program aimed at reducing demand on hot days. The "Energy Savings Day" on Wednesday —...
  • Annapolis to Uber: Register as a taxi company

    Annapolis to Uber: Register as a taxi company
    The city of Annapolis has ordered Uber, the company behind a popular ride-sharing application, to stop its service in the capital until it registers as a taxi company. Mayor Mike Pantelides said Monday it's important for Uber to follow the same...
  • One dead, two missing as severe storms hit region

    One dead, two missing as severe storms hit region
    A series of severe storms blew through the Baltimore region Monday evening, bringing heavy rain, lightning and strong winds that factored into at least one death, officials say. The storms are expected to last through Tuesday. Natural Resources Police...
  • Kittleman launches TV ad campaign aimed at Democrats and independents

    Kittleman launches TV ad campaign aimed at Democrats and independents
    In the race for Howard County executive, one campaign is taking its message to the airwaves — a bit earlier than expected. State Sen. Allan Kittleman, the Republican county executive candidate, launched a television advertising campaign targeted...
  • Teenager in Young Marines charged with abusing younger boy

    Teenager in Young Marines charged with abusing younger boy
    A teenage boy has been charged with sexually abusing another boy while both were attending Young Marines activities in Anne Arundel County over the past two years, county police said Monday. Police said the victim reported Sunday that he was sexually...