With Maryland facing a $3.3 billion shortfall for transportation over six years, state lawmakers in Annapolis are looking at ways to raise money, including levying a 50-cent fee on most online purchases and home-delivery transactions.
The contrasting styles of Angela Alsobrooks and David Trone, who are seeking the Democratic nomination for Maryland's open U.S. Senate seat, were on display during separate appearances before the same Annapolis club.
Nineteen months after a fire destroyed Sailor Oyster Bar in Annapolis, it’s a safe bet that a lot of old friends and well-wishers will return to the little bar that burned when it reopens for the public on Tuesday.
You could take in seven original dance competitions, catch a weekend show of local crafts or head out for dinner during Annapolis Restaurant Week. Those are just some of the fun things to do through Feb. 29.
The summer cottage of Coppin State Unversity President Parlett Moore will be combined with the adjacent Elktonia Carr’s Beach park to create a new cultural center focusing on the stories of African Americans and the Chesapeake Bay.
With state transportation budget cuts proposed, mass transit in the Baltimore region needs restored funding and additional funding to cover the costs of construction and maintenance, says Jon Laria, who chairs the Baltimore Regional Transit Commission.