Environmental groups hailed President Biden’s proposal to fully fund the Chesapeake Bay Program, saying that if the fiscal 2022 budget is approved it would help meet clean-up goals by a deadline now only four years away.
The company that provides the cashless parking app used in Annapolis, Baltimore and other cities has said a data breach in March compromised users’ personal information.
The Chesapeake Bay blue crab population is down 30% this year, a drop to be tied directly to a historically low number of young crabs found in an annual survey.
A 23-year-old Annapolis man pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges related to a violent street gang that preyed on the Hispanic community in 2016 and 2017, the sixth and final member of MS 13 indicted in a string of crimes.
Standing with the Chesapeake Bay as a backdrop, U.S, Secretary of State Antony Blinken laid out how the Biden administration will adjust foreign policy to incorporated goals of dealing with climate change
John Starr was the epitome of the working musician in Annapolis.
The man was charged with attempted murder, assault, and resisting arrest and other charges after he allegedly fought with police officers — at one point pulling taser barbs off himself and threatening police with a knife.
With “The United States vs. Billie Holiday” streaming on Hulu and the winner of a Golden Globe, longtime fans of the legendary jazz singer are suddenly discovering that she Maryland roots. If learning about one famous Maryland woman sounds like a good book, here are nine other books worth reading during Women’s History Month in March.
Severn Savings Bank, the last bank headquartered in Annapolis, announced Wednesday night that it has agreed to be purchased by Shore United Bank of Easton in a deal valued at $146 million.
Before Annapolis moves on when Mayor Gavin Buckley appoints a new poet laureate, we asked Temple Cone to recount some of his work as the first person to hold the job.
Anne Arundel County reported 202 new coronavirus cases and six new deaths Saturday, as state officials reported a new variant of the virus has been detected in the Baltimore region.
There was quiet in downtown Annapolis with a visible police presence Sunday morning as officials around the country address warnings of possible unrest aimed at state capitals in the wake of last week’s insurrection.
A Severna Park coffee shop will open in late March or early April at 888 Bestgate Road in Annapolis, a location once occupied by The Capital newsroom.
Four Anne Arundel restaurant owners are asking a county judge to block County Executive Steuart Pittman’s ban on dining at restaurants before it goes into effect at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
An Anne Arundel County judge set a new date for the Capital Gazette mass shooting trial Friday, picking three weeks in June and July that will overlap the three-year mark of the deadliest attack on journalists in American history.