Meanwhile, in Annapolis
Annapolis needs perspective — the kind of insight that comes with taking the time to understand a beat from a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.
Will the fall elections turn on COVID rhetoric? Annapolis Yacht Club kerfuffle might be a clue.
COVID cases are up, but the outrage machine that cranked up during the worst moments of the pandemic might not get the response it expected
Premium Edition: Farewell to the flounder, Annapolis Seafood Market closing after 44 years in business
Plus: Two rare uncontested courthouse races on the ballot this year; Scooters are coming back to Annapolis, and two Navy ships with local ties on the move
Floated by a coalition, phantom boating center sinks in fighting over public water access
There wasn't a boathouse project in the county budget again this year, but that didn't stop the public from taking sides over whether it should
Ben Redwine left Annapolis for a dream of playing music in New Orleans. It sounds like he made it.
Retired Naval Academy Band clarinetist outlasted the COVID shutdown to perform a small set at the enormous New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
Premium edition: Navy golf course considers expansion, and Annapolis goes a little nuts over the future of Greenbury Point
Just talking about expanding Naval Academy Golf Course tees off worries; Plus: Lizzo chooses a pair of Annapolis earrings; and talking to Ben Redwine.
Now that Roe is all but dead, here are five voices on what happens next in Maryland
Advocates from both sides offer opinions on what will happen, and what actions you should take regardless of which side of the fight you're on
Aboard the mayor's boat ride to work, a look into the future of ferries and shuttles on the Chesapeake Bay
Buckley's electric ferry between downtown and Eastport is one of several ideas that could make Annapolis the hub of a new Chesapeake Bay network
Premium edition: Look down next time you're out walking, the sidewalk just might surprise you
Plus: Election lineup in newly drawn 33rd subdistricts clarified, Flower Mart returns and Annapolis think tank says reducing food waste helps biodiversity
Does Elon Musk's upheaval in the Twitterverse matter to small-town America?
Lots of people use the platform around Annapolis, but does it impact how we live our lives? Will the obnoxious billionaire's deal change anything?
Annapolis police chief: Gun violence spike driven by proliferation of handguns, mental illness and economic desperation
In exclusive interview, Chief Ed Jackson says Annapolis is no different than other cities experiencing national trend but remains a safe place to live
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