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Firefighters Save Man From Annapolis Creek

Firefighters have saved a man from an Annapolis creek.


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Fire Officials: Boy Burned, Brother Played With Lighter

Fire officials in Annapolis say a 4-year-old boy was seriously burned when his 6-year-old brother played with a lighter at a shelter.


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Gov. Hogan, Congressional Delegation, Focus on FBI Headquarters

Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and members of Maryland’s congressional delegation say they are unified in their efforts to draw a new FBI headquarters to the state.


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Father and Daughter Among 3 Killed in Annapolis Car Crash

Three people have died after an accident involving an off-duty police officer and three vehicles on Saturday in Anne Arundel County.


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Coast Guard Rescues Man After Sailboat Capsizes

The Coast Guard says its response crews rescued a man after his sailboat capsized in Duvall Creek in Annapolis.


Purple Line map. (Credit: MTA Maryland)

Progress Report, Public Outreach for Purple Line

Supporters of the Purple Line transit project are hosting a progress report and rally on Monday.


Ice on the Chesapeake Bay

Boaters Help Break Frozen Ice on Chesapeake Bay

All of the rivers and creeks around the region are buried under a sheet of ice thanks to the recent winter storms and frigid temperatures, which is a problem when boats still need to navigate them.


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Md. Police Search for Man They Say Stole $21K Ring

A man entered a main street Annapolis jewelry store and stole a sapphire and diamond “Princess Diana” style white gold ring worth over $21,000.


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Annapolis Restaurant Week Begins Feb. 23

The city of Annapolis is gearing up for its Restaurant Week.


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Washington’s Handwritten Resignation Speech Going on Display

George Washington’s personal handwritten speech when he resigned from the Continental Army in 1783 is going on regular display in the Maryland State House.