Anne Arundel Police: 60 crashes reported

Authorities in Anne Arundel County say they are handling numerous accidents as a result of icy conditions.

Thursday - 02/14/2013, 01:20pm EST

Offshore wind power supporters rally in Annapolis (VIDEO)

Supporters of Gov. Martin O'Malley offshore wind energy plan rally in front of the State House.

Thursday - 02/14/2013, 03:57am EST

Tanker captain with fever taken off ship near Md.

Coast Guard asked to help captain of tanker anchored off Annapolis who reported a fever

Wednesday - 02/13/2013, 09:43am EST

BWI sets passenger record for 3rd year in a row

Baltimore-Washington airport sets passenger record for 3rd year, sees 22.6M passengers in 2012

Tuesday - 02/12/2013, 10:40am EST

Annapolis service to remember domestic violence victims

Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence to hold 25th memorial service

Monday - 02/11/2013, 07:18am EST

Anne Arundel executive candidates to attend forum

Applications to fill the vacant Anne Arundel county executive seat must be submitted to the County Council by noon Friday. The council has 30 days to fill the seat formerly held by John Leopold, who was convicted of misconduct in office.

Saturday - 02/09/2013, 04:46pm EST

Police: Man held at Md. school had weapons at home

Police: National Guardsman detained at Anne Arundel school had large weapons stash at home

Thursday - 02/07/2013, 09:36am EST

Md. authorities try to serve warrant on teacher

Anne Arundel County authorities have been trying for three months to serve a warrant on a Glen Burnie teacher accused of stealing from a community charity.

Wednesday - 02/06/2013, 04:15pm EST

Pet owners allege dog treat maker is censoring backlash

A controversy continues to broil on social media sites where pet owners say they're outraged at one company that censored their concerns over recalled pet treats made in China.

Wednesday - 02/06/2013, 10:55am EST

Ex-Md. county head John Leopold faces discrimination suits

John Leopold's resignation as Anne Arundel county executive isn't the end of his legal troubles.

Monday - 02/04/2013, 10:22am EST

Anne Arundel County executive Leopold resigns

John Leopold, chief executive of Maryland's fourth-largest county, resigned Friday, days after being found guilty of misconduct in office for, among other things, having a secretary empty his urine catheter bag for months in 2010.

Saturday - 02/02/2013, 10:21am EST

O'Malley to visit Gretna, La., before Super Bowl

Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley and Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will visit Gretna, La., when the two officials head to the Super Bowl in New Orleans.

Saturday - 02/02/2013, 07:09am EST

Police identify woman found dead in water

Anne Arundel County police have identified a woman whose body was found floating in water in the woods in Maryland City after heavy rains flooded a homeless camp.

Friday - 02/01/2013, 04:28pm EST

Flood waters dropping along Patuxent River in Laurel

The Mayor of Laurel has declared an immediate municipal civil emergency due to release of water from Howard Duckett Dam.

Thursday - 01/31/2013, 09:46pm EST

Sentencing for Leopold set for March

Sentencing for suspended Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold has been set for March.

Thursday - 01/31/2013, 05:40pm EST

Police investigate death of woman in Glen Burnie

Anne Arundel County police are investigating a homicide at a home in Glen Burnie, and a family member has been arrested.

Thursday - 01/31/2013, 11:11am EST

Plan calls for more access to Chesapeake waters

A new Chesapeake Bay watershed access plan calls for more ways to get to the water.

Wednesday - 01/30/2013, 11:16am EST

Downtown Annapolis gets boost from legislators

The legislative season has arrived, giving downtown businesses a chance to woo lawmakers with everything from coffee to crab cakes.

Wednesday - 01/30/2013, 07:55am EST

Annapolis to continue party-based city elections

The Annapolis Council has rejected a proposal to eliminate political party affiliations from city elections.

Wednesday - 01/30/2013, 07:54am EST

Snakehead dinner scares up proceeds for oyster recovery

A sold-out charity dinner in Georgetown featured a menu of invasive species. The money raised will help oyster recovery in the Chesapeake Bay, as well as fund efforts to assist D.C.'s homeless population.

Tuesday - 01/29/2013, 04:12pm EST
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