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Annapolis, the state capital of Maryland, was once the temporary capital of the US for one year, starting in 1783. It is located 26 miles east of Baltimore and 29 miles east of Washington DC. The Maryland State House has been in use since 1779, making it the oldest building used continuously for legislative purposes. The Treaty of Paris was ratified at the State House in 1784 and George Washington famously resigned his commission before the Continental Congress in 1783.

Population: 35838
Local Newspapers: Baltimore Times The Daily Record
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens Chesapeake Bayhawks
Local Colleges: St. John's College

Zip Codes associated with annapolis, maryland: 21401 21402 21403
Towns/Cities near annapolis, maryland : Eastport Parole Crownsville Londontowne Arnold

Annapolis News
Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh's budget expected to stay the course

When County Executive Steve Schuh delivers his budget address to the County Council and the public Monday afternoon, he will stick to a familiar script. Though the administration shared few details before the event, he has hewed his policy and programs to fit a five-point plan: reducing taxes and fees, making it easier to live and start a business; strengthening public education; investing in public safety through staff and infrastructure additions; making county government more efficient and customer friendly; and cleaning up Anne Arundel's waterways.

State Roundup, April 27, 2017

O'MALLEY DEPOSED ON REDISTRICTING: Former Gov. Martin O'Malley was deposed Wednesday by attorneys in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state's 2011 redistricting process, which O'Malley oversaw. Josh Hicks of the Sun writes that the lawyers deposed Senate President Mike Miller on Monday and House Speaker Michael Busch last week.

Massie puts CovCath grad in naval academy

Massie puts CovCath grad in naval academy CovCath grad Logan A. Franxman has accepted an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/2pn0Dbi PARK HILLS - Covington Catholic High School Class of 2017 graduate Logan A. Franxman will attend Rep. Thomas Massie's April 29 U.S. Service Day Academy to thank the congressman.

Annapolis named best 'under-the-radar' destination wedding location

Pop Sugar ranked Annapolis as the top under-the-radar destination for weddings. Take a look at some of the other places that made the list.

Morning Traffic Report for Monday, 24 April 2017

RIGHT lane BLOCKED around-the-clock. I 895 SOUTH traffic - STAY LEFT. I 97/Annapolis, MD 2/Glen Burnie - STAY RIGHT.

Spring breaks next year will shrink to comply with Hogan Labor Day order

Several school systems in the state have shortened their 2018 spring breaks to comply with Gov. Larry Hogan 's executive order mandating that the school year start after Labor Day and end by June 15. In Anne Arundel County, education administrators had to rework 10 days on the calendar for the next school year to meet the new requirements. They sliced the number of days built into the schedule for snowday closures from five to three, and added four days to the end of the school year.

Annapolis police partners with Papa John's for scholarship program

The Annapolis Police Department will award two $1,000 scholarships to college in a new partnership with Papa John's Pizza. Anyone who orders from the Papa John's Pizza locations at 2029 West Street and 115 Hillsmere Drive and uses the code "APDSCHOLAR40" will receive 30 percent off regular menu prices, with 10 percent of the total going toward the scholarship fund.

Lawrence Hogan, GOP Congressman who called for Nixon's removal, dies

Lawrence J. Hogan Sr., the first Republican Congressman to call for President Richard Nixon 's impeachment, died at 88, his son said. Hogan, who died at an Annapolis, Md., hospital after complications from a stroke, was the first GOP member of the House Judiciary Committee to advocate for Nixon's impeachment in 1974.

new Anne Arundel Co. to fight opioid crisis with - Safe Stations'

Anne Arundel County and the City of Annapolis are trying a different strategy to fight Maryland's opioid crisis: the "Safe Stations" program. At a Thursday news conference in Brooklyn Park, leaders announced that all police and fire stations in the city and county have been designated "Safe Stations," places where people fighting heroin or opioid addiction can begin the recovery process any time of day.

Morning Traffic Report for Thursday, 20 April 2017

RIGHT lane BLOCKED around-the-clock. I 895 SOUTH traffic - STAY LEFT. I 97/Annapolis, MD 2/Glen Burnie - STAY RIGHT.

Navigating Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank into the future

James Anthony will begin his job as CEO and president of Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank next month. Mr. Anthony was in Edgartown Friday meeting some of his new colleagues.

Editorial: Nostalgia is not history

A museum in Philadelphia has taken a step to recognize that our American history belongs to all people, not just wealthy and powerful white men. Editorial: Nostalgia is not history A museum in Philadelphia has taken a step to recognize that our American history belongs to all people, not just wealthy and powerful white men.

Annapolis woman pleads guilty to embezzling nearly $43K in PAC funds

State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt, pictured here in this file photo, announced Wednesday that an Annapolis woman was sentenced to two years of supervised probation and 200 community service after she pleaded guilty to embezzling $42,650 in campaign funds. State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt, pictured here in this file photo, announced Wednesday that an Annapolis woman was sentenced to two years of supervised probation and 200 community service after she pleaded guilty to embezzling $42,650 in campaign funds.

Morning Traffic Report for Tuesday, 18 April 2017

RIGHT lane BLOCKED around-the-clock. I 895 SOUTH traffic - STAY LEFT. I 97/Annapolis, MD 2/Glen Burnie - STAY RIGHT.

Founding generation, not just fathers, focus of new museum

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Police: Annapolis home had nearly $175K worth of drugs, 2 arrested

According to police, the following evidence was recovered during a search of an Annapolis residence on April 14: 5,232.7 grams of high grade marijuana, 526 grams of cocaine, 79.9 grams of Ketamine, 2 blotter sheets containing 1,800 dosage units of suspected LSD, 6 mason jars of hash oil and 68 grams of oil on paper, 16 glass vials containing liquid Ketamine, 1.6 grams of heroin.

After resident asked to stop filming council meeting, county clarifies rules

But when a county resident tried to film video of a recent meeting using her cellphone, she was asked to stop. A county spokesman said the request, which was an apparent violation of the council's rules of procedure, will not happen again.

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