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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
Are UFOs real? A Pentagon program tried to find out

In the $600 billion annual Defense Department budgets, the $22 million spent on the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was almost impossible to find. For years, the program investigated reports of unidentified flying objects, according to Defense Department officials, interviews with program participants and records obtained by The New York Times.

New England-style seafood restaurant opening in old Wild Wing on the Market, Spring 2018 14 hours ago

Dan Beck, the founder of Mason's Famous Lobster Rolls, has confirmed that his business will open an eatery in the former Wild Wing Cafe location at 36 N. Market Street. Although Mason's website describes the franchise as a "homage to the Maine culture and tradition," the flagship shop is located in Annapolis, Maryland.

Anne Arundel judge: Crofton noose verdict likely to have far-reaching impact

The judge set to rule on whether a Pasadena man committed a hate crime when he placed a noose outside a school window in Crofton said Tuesday it "should be a crime" but warned that his ruling could have far-reaching consequences. Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Paul F. Harris Jr. lamented that Maryland law is unclear and called on the General Assembly to explicitly spell out what constitutes a hate crime.

Oyster shell recycling: Bay to table and back again

At 7:30 a.m., outside of the Oyster Recovery Partnership office and by the trunk of his 2008 Toyota Corolla, Wayne Witzke traded his slides for a pair of brown rubber boots. The bearded man hopped into a Ford F-550, fired up the truck - covered with oyster-camouflage - and shifted it into gear.

Boat of the Year 2018

From an eclectic fleet of 22 boats, the 2018 Boat of the Year contest produced a roster of eight winners in dedicated size- and purpose-related categories. There were big boats and small boats and everything in between.

SeaWolf eyes Howard for brewery, Annapolis for restaurant

The aspiring brewery recently started contract brewing at Baltimore's Peabody Heights Brewery and will have beers ready for the public to taste in honor of the bowl game showdown between the U.S. Naval Academy Midshipmen and the University of Virginia Cavaliers Dec. 28.

U.S. energy approach will affect national security

On the first day of the 2016 Maryland General Assembly session, state legislators joined clean energy advocates in Annapolis to push for legislation that would significantly boost Maryland's use of renewable energy, while creating the largest clean energy jobs training program in state history, supporters say. On the first day of the 2016 Maryland General Assembly session, state legislators joined clean energy advocates in Annapolis to push for legislation that would significantly boost Maryland's use of renewable energy, while creating the largest clean energy jobs training program in state history, supporters say.

Baltimore-area restaurants open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

A number of Baltimore-area restaurants are rolling out holiday tablecloths for dinner on Christmas Eve, and some are serving meals on Christmas Day. Many require reservations.

Morning Traffic Report for Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Baltimore City: PEDESTRIAN CRASH - Belair Rd is CLOSED between Edman Ave and Sinclair Ln. Hit and run - life threatening injuries reported Baltimore City: TWO ALARM FIRE in a row home on Fulton Ave between Pratt and Lombard Sts Baltimore City: CENTRAL AVENUE BRIDGE PROJECT - EASTBOUND Aliceanna Street is CLOSED between Exeter and Eden Streets. Aliceanna St is ONE WAY WESTBOUND from Fells Point to Harbor East.

FounderTrac Announces its 2018 Cohort

Thursday evening FounderTrac announced the finalists for the first cohort of 2018 at the Maryland Technology Council's Black and White event! Over 50 applications were submitted from Maryland based high growth startups at the end of November. Ten companies were accepted.

Maryland Lawmakers To Update Sex Harassment Policy

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Mid faces discipline after scaling Naval Academy Chapel for traditional stunt

A midshipmen's cover has somehow been placed at the tip of the obelisk 200 feet off the ground atop the Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis. Naval Academy lore claims a midshipman who can get his cap - called a cover - atop the chapel's obelisk will earn relaxed restrictions, or carry-on .

Police look to identify body of 'Asian or Hispanic' male found near I-695

Police are looking for the public's help identifying a man whose skeletal remains were found near Interstate 695 near Brooklyn Park earlier this year. Maryland State Police released a composite sketch of the man they say was discovered by a motorist traveling on I-695 on Sept.

Compass Rose Theater moving, not without drama

Compass Rose Theater founder and Producing Artistic Director Lucinda Merry-Browne talks about how the theater will be moving to a new location in Annapolis. Compass Rose Theater founder and Producing Artistic Director Lucinda Merry-Browne talks about how the theater will be moving to a new location in Annapolis.

Fire fighters kept busy with 2 house fires in 8 hours

Firefighters from Anne Arundel Co and Annapolis battled a 2-alarm fire in the early morning hours of Sunday at 3231 Magnolia Ridge Road. Firefighters from Anne Arundel Co and Annapolis battled a 2-alarm fire in the early morning hours of Sunday at 3231 Magnolia Ridge Road.

Governor's open house draws crowds despite snow

Gov. Larry Hogan and first lady Yumi Hogan welcomed guests Saturday at Government House in Annapolis for an annual holiday open house as snow fell throughout the afternoon. Gov. Larry Hogan and first lady Yumi Hogan welcomed guests Saturday at Government House in Annapolis for an annual holiday open house as snow fell throughout the afternoon.

Gov. Hogan held a holiday open house

Annapolis, Md. - Governor Larry Hogan and First Lady Yumi Hogan invited Marylanders and their families to join them for a holiday open house Saturday afternoon.

Home of the Week: A new apartment above Light House Bistro

Bryan has had a fondness for two seemingly different genres: the artwork of Vincent van Gogh and the "Star Wars" movies. Then again, there is van Gogh's eerie 1889 work, "The Starry Night," painted as he looked out a window of his room at the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole asylum near Saint-Rmy-de-Provence.

Weird Child

The Village Voice reviews Dear Enemy by Jessica Alexander: She remembers writing and performing "very bad" plays with her four siblings. She studied philosophy at St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland, where, despite the lack of creative writing classes offered, she began to submit poetry to various journals.

All lit up for the holidays: Lights Parade sets sail this Saturday

Folks on the vessel "My Way" party to the theme "A Sinatra Christmas" while participating in the annual Eastport Yacht Club Holiday Lights Parade held on Spa Creek downtown Annapolis in this photo from 2014. Folks on the vessel "My Way" party to the theme "A Sinatra Christmas" while participating in the annual Eastport Yacht Club Holiday Lights Parade held on Spa Creek downtown Annapolis in this photo from 2014.

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