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A Maryland state delegate accused of operating a powerboat while drunk plans to discuss the charges against him as he prepares to stand trial. Comment?
MAY 4: Dan Burns #4 of the Chesapeake Bayhawks tries to stay in bounds during a MLL lacrosse game against the New York Lizards on May 4, 2013 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland. Comment?
The Davdsonville drummer is a member of the Army band, teaches at Temple University in Philadelphia, leads the Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra's 17-piece jazz ensemble, consults for Lincoln Center's Essentially Ellington program, writes a column for Modern Drummer magazine, and directs the jazz program at South River High School. Comment?
Controversial vote. Anne Arundel County becomes the first in central Maryland to allow residents to carry stun guns and Tasers. Comment?
The Capital of Annapolis reports that the city has asked for proposals for takeovers of the 208-acre public course in Crownsville. Comment?
An investigation into Anne Arundel County's police chief found he used an anti-gay slur at work but that claims he retaliated against officers who testified against previous County Executive John R. Leopold at his misconduct trial were unfounded. Comment?
Fifteen months of pain, surgery and rehabilitation can do that - especially when your ballet career is hanging in the balance. Comment?
So much that they travel 1,000 miles to Annapolis - each way - from their Florida Gulf Coast home about four times a year to buy mermaid paintings. Comment?
Authorities say a body that washed up on an Anne Arundel County beach may be that of a foreign national who went missing from a container ship. Comment?
Former Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold, released after serving 30 days in jail, reflected on his time there in an essay and poem he sent to a local newspaper. Comment?
Bill Hubbard of Ferndale was driving home from work when he noticed the beautiful scenery he had become accustomed to was missing. Comment?
The yellow sign by McBride Gallery's doorway says "Celebrating 30 Years." McBride admits the business, at 215 Main St. Comment?
Anne Arundel County public works officials say nearly 14,000 gallons of wastewater has spilled into Weems Creek in Annapolis. Comment?
Annapolis police say an 11-year-old who got through a gap in a fence helped a man steal copper pipes from a construction site. Comment?
Ray was appointed fire chief in July of 2008 and led a staff of more than 1,700. He did not give a reason for his retirement but said in a statement that he looks forward to spending more time with his family. Comment?
Serial restaurateurs Gavin Buckley and Jody Danek have created an excavation site next to their West Street restaurant as they dig up the foundation of the old Ramsey Music building, which was demolished in 2000. Comment?
For months, there's been a countdown on the Maryland Seafood website, ticking down the months, days, hours, minutes and even seconds to the most anticipated seafood season of the year: crabbing season. Comment?
Under legislation pending before the County Council, which would charge property owners to help pay for stormwater pollution cleanup, he'll get an annual bill in excess of $20,000 for one of his four commercial properties. Comment?
Anne Arundel County Fire Department Division Chief Keith Swindle tells The Capital of Annapolis that the fire was reported at the two-story home about 12:30 a.m. Monday. Comment?
Police in Annapolis say they've arrested a man they believe was involved in the theft of laptops and a television from a local Boys & Grils Club. Comment?