The Annapolis City Council was poised to vote on the much-discussed short-term rental properties legislation at Monday’s City Council meeting but an alderman said the bill will likely be delayed until two major amendments are worked out.
A combination of seasonal high tides, a full moon and a tropical storm stalled off the eastern seaboard have caused major flooding Saturday in downtown Annapolis, leading city officials to close Eastport bridge and Compromise Street, among other streets.
Prosecutors and defense lawyers are barred from mentioning the mental health of the man charged in the Capital Gazette mass shooting trial unless he is found guilty and the case moves on to the insanity defense stage, a judge ruled Friday.
From now on, before a tree on city property in the Annapolis Historic District comes down, friends will get to say goodbye. Or maybe ask whether an ailing part of the historic streetscape has to go after all. But there must be an application.
Annapolis is reducing its long-standing, free holiday parking program from three hours of parking to two, getting rid of the bags covering meters and requiring drivers to activate free parking by calling a number or using the Parkmobile App.
Over the objections of Maryland House Speaker Adrienne A. Jones, the State House Trust has decided to amend, but not discard, a plaque that pays tribute to both Union and Confederate soldiers who served and died in the Civil War.
The Naval Academy sent a letter to alumni and posted to social media this week imploring fans to stop the tradition of throwing food and drinks at midshipmen as they march to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium ahead of football games.
More than two years after it was removed from its place outside the Maryland State House, the statue of former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Roger Brooke Taney sits in a state-owned Baltimore County storage facility with no plans to relocate it in the foreseeable future.
When executive chef Ed Evans told his employer, Live! Casino & Hotel, that he wanted to use the potential grand prize money from his appearance on Food Network’s show “Chopped” to help kids from underserved communities, they donated the $10,000 to the Y of Central Maryland even though he didn’t win.
Annapolis was designated Monday as one of five memorial sites in Maryland to commemorate the lives of enslaved Africans who were brought to the city on the Middle Passage. A marker will be placed at City Dock.
The City Council approved legislation Monday that updates the Moderately Priced Dwelling Unit Program by eliminating a fee-in-lieu that developers could pay to avoid building a required number of moderately-priced dwelling units in a project.