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Severna Park is about to get a lot sweeter, as local woman Abby Larkin has plans to open Sofi's Crepes on Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard this summer.
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Annapolis Police are investigating the report of a robbery on West Street on May 12.
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Annapolis Police are reminding residents to expect traffic congestion on Friday, May 24, due to the U.S. Naval Academy graduation ceremony.
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A way too quiet sky over Annapolis. Jet engines should be screaming, but the sequester has grounded the Blue Angels annual appearance.
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Not everyone plans a getaway for Memorial Day weekend. But if you don't want to be stuck in the house with the kids for three days, a solidly-planned day trip with the family may do you some good.
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With a flick of his wrist, a U.S. Naval Academy baseball player from Orlando, Fla., tossed an upperclassman's hat atop the Herndon Monument on Monday, leading his 2016 classmates to launch into cheers of "Plebes no more!" amid roars from onlookers.
Annapolis, Maryland, USA, May 20, 2013-ARINC Direct, the leading flight services solution provider for business aviation, is celebrating its 10 year anniversary.
Annapolis police said a five-car crash on Friday may have been the result of a botched car theft.
The spot price of gold, which earlier threatened to test a 1-1/2 year low touched last month, rose $27 or 2 per cent by 18:25 GMT, snapping a seven-session losing streak.
Thousands of young people every year flock to vacation Bible camps, but where do you go when you're a young Unitarian Universalist? A scientific voyage to the world of Charles Darwin, an Ohio version of Harry Potter's Hogwarts, and an island-bound retreat in northern Minnesota are just some of the summer camp options with a unique, UU twist.
Marylanders by the dozens turned over unwanted firearms to police in the first statewide "Gun Turn-In Day," sponsored by Attorney General Doug Gansler.
The HOPE initiative, a program started by the administration of Gov. Martin O'Malley to preserve homeownership by helping prevent foreclosures, was awarded the Maryland Access to Justice Commission's Executive Branch Award for 2013.