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Police are searching for a man who robbed the 7-11 on Forest Drive at gunpoint early Wednesday.
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Two men who prosecutors say discussed killing two judges on Facebook have each been sentenced to three years in prison.
Lucian DuChaine sought new recruits for the United States Naval Academy while he was in Oxford for Thanksgiving.
Fresh & Green's stores across Maryland and D.C. are slated to close at the end of the year , and interested parties are vying to fill the vacuum.
Anne Arundel County police detectives are investigating a Black Friday fight at an Annapolis lingerie store that was captured on a video that was posted online.
A 17-year-old girl was attacked at Victoria's Secret in Annapolis while shopping on Black Friday, police said Tuesday.
The company that runs the annual boat shows in Annapolis was officially sold Monday afternoon, as has been planned for months.
Pledge of Allegiance New Annapolis Mayor Mike Pantelides during the Pledge of Allegiance before he is sworn into office during a ceremony at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts.
It was a dream job that Jeff Holland didn't even realize was his dream: patrolling the water and advocating for the environment as the West/Rhode Riverkeeper.
Alderman Kenneth Kirby, Mayor Josh Cohen, DPW Director David Jarrell on the new bike lanes.
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His thoughts landed on Annapolis ' failing dam at Waterworks Park. Should it be repaired? Should it be breached to allow water to flow through into a stream? As he contemplated the options, it suddenly dawned on him: The dam isn't something he needs to worry about any more.
The additions are Timothy Murnane, who will serve as city attorney, and Rhonda Wardlaw, who will be the city's public information, or communications, officer.
Deadline: January 31, 2014 Less is More Mitchell Gallery St. John's College Annapolis, MD May 28 to June 15, 2014 Less is More is a national juried exhibition, inaugurated in 2013, and now a signature exhibition for The Mitchell Gallery.
By Josh Birch, Capital News Service, with additional reporting by Jenni Pompi Accidents between cars and bicyclists in Maryland increased sharply over the last five years, according to a Capital News Service analysis of crash data.