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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
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.

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.

Police: Man caught stealing packages outside Annapolis homes

Anne Arundel County police said an officer saw 20 year-old Logan Brunner, of Annapolis, take packages from mailboxes on the 800 block of Coachway. Anne Arundel County police said an officer saw 20 year-old Logan Brunner, of Annapolis, take packages from mailboxes on the 800 block of Coachway.

Tractor trailer crash spills frozen beef across US 50

An overturned tractor trailer on U.S. 50 in Annapolis, Maryland, was just one of several crashes that caused headaches for morning commuters in the D.C. region. The tractor trailer, which was carrying frozen beef, flipped shortly after 2 a.m. on U.S. 50 just before Cape St. Claire Rd after the driver lost control of his 2003 International Tractor Trailer and hit a guardrail, Maryland State Police said.

US 50 Westbound Reopened In Annapolis

All but one of the WESTBOUND lanes of US 50 have been REOPENED at Cape St Claire Road at the scene of an overturned tractor trailer. DETOUR: RIGHT turn on Preston St, LEFT turn on Calvert St, LEFT turn on Mt Royal to return to Charles St. Baltimore City: CENTRAL AVENUE BRIDGE PROJECT - EASTBOUND Aliceanna Street is CLOSED between Exeter and Eden Streets.

Frosh endorses Baker in his bid for Maryland governor

Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III, left, chats with Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh in Annapolis, Md., on Feb. 4, 2015. Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh on Wednesday became the second high-profile Democrat from Montgomery County to endorse Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III in his bid for Maryland governor.

Police: 3 followed men to Severn home, robbed at gunpoint

Police have charged two juveniles and an adult male with armed robbery as they say the group followed two men back to a Severn home and robbed them at gunpoint. Anne Arundel police were looking for three unidentified male suspects after two men reported they were held at gunpoint, assaulted and robbed at a home in the 7800 block of Coldbrooke Drive on Nov. 25. The victims told police they were approached by three men, and one of them pointed a gun at both and assaulted them.

State lawmakers blur line between public, personal interests

Dan Morhaim talks to reporters in Annapolis, Md. after the Maryland House of Delegates voted 138-0 to reprimand him for acting "contrary to the principles" of Maryland's ethic... .

Former Annapolis Bible study instructor gets 10 years for sexually abusing child

Erick Granados-Zeledon of Edgewater was sentenced to 10 years in prison Tuesday for sexually abusing a child. A former Bible study instructor at an Annapolis church was sentenced to 10 years in prison Tuesday for sexually abusing a child.

Maryland County Halts Solar Farm Approval To Study Impact

Annapolis, MD.- A Maryland county has issued an eight-month moratorium on the approval of solar parks to allow for a study of their potential impact on agricultural areas and a review of code. News outlets report Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh announced the immediate temporary ban Sunday, on the recommendation of Anne Arundel Agriculture, Agritourism and Farming Commission.

Edgewater man gets 10 years in prison for sexually abusing a minor

An Edgewater man was sentenced to 10 years in prison Monday for sexual abuse of a minor, according to the Anne Arundel County State's Attorney's office. Gabriel Morales, 31, pleaded guilty to the sexual abuse of a minor on Oct. 4. On Monday, Circuit Court Judge Michele Jaklitsch sentenced him to 25 years, suspended all but 10 years of active incarceration, and 5 years of supervised probation upon release.

Inauguration Day: The new mayor of Annapolis looks ahead

Annapolis Mayor-elect Gavin Buckley speaks with the Capital Gazette at his restaurant Tsunami on the day after his election win. Annapolis Mayor-elect Gavin Buckley speaks with the Capital Gazette at his restaurant Tsunami on the day after his election win.

Several say housing authority may have violated federal law

The Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis' and the Annapolis Police Department's previous agreement to exchange a complete list of tenants is a unique agreement in the region, as several other housing authorities say they've never had such an arrangement. While many questions remain as to who authorized the authority to give police a roster of public housing tenants outside of a criminal investigation, several housing agencies and police departments in the jurisdictions surrounding Annapolis said such an agreement would violate federal privacy laws.

Maryland, after delays, begins the sale of medical marijuana

Denise Broyhill, who was among the first to buy medical marijuana at Potomac Holistics, shows tablets she had just purchased at the legally licensed dispensary, Friday, Dec. 1, 2017, in Rockville, Md. Broyhill, of Annapolis, Md., said she hoped the medicine would produce good results in managing the pain from a neurological condition.

2 more arrests made after man found decapitated with heart removed by alleged MS-13 gang members

Two additional people were arrested Friday in the brutal murder of a man who was found in a park decapitated, stabbed more than 100 times with his heart removed in Maryland. Doris Esmeralda Giron-Jiminez, 24 and Albaro Armando Rosa-Moreno, 22 were arrested and charged with first-degree murder Thursday by Montgomery County Police.

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