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1 Our Say: Keep a wary eye on enrollment as Anne Arundel schools prepare for fall classes | COMMENTARY
2 Maryland approves funding for First Amendment memorial honoring Capital Gazette after construction hiccup
3 May 7: Anne Arundel vaccinates more than 3,400, 43.8% have at least one shot
4 Anne Arundel Community College students share $50,000 in prize money for business pitches
5 Severna Park boys lacrosse not ready end its reign as it rallies past archrival Broadneck, 13-5
6 Our Say: The tragedy of a family mental health crisis is keeping it secret | COMMENTARY
7 Binghui Huang: A gunman attacked my old office in Annapolis. Memories rushed back when I covered the FedEx shooting. | COMMENTARY
8 Maryland Panel Approves More Funds For Capital Gazette Memorial In Annapolis
9 Maryland attorney general invites public comment in review of former Chief Medical Examiner Fowler’s cases
10 The Baltimore Sun wins regional news organization of the year, other awards in annual MDDC contest
11 Richard C. ‘Clay’ Capute, benefits consultant and former scholastic athlete, dies
12 Hogan to sign bill eliminating pro-Confederacy Maryland state song
13 Anne Arundel 2021 baseball preview: Arundel, Severna Park, Old Mill, South River lead the pack
14 Travel the solar system as Planet Walk returns to Anne Arundel
15 Maryland completes second week with COVID positivity rate below 5%
16 Anne Arundel 2021 boys lacrosse preview: Severna Park, Broadneck, South River remain teams to beat in year of unknown
17 Police: Man robbed Glen Burnie Wells Fargo Wednesday
18 Anne Arundel 2021 girls lacrosse preview: Severna Park, Broadneck, South River, Arundel ahead of the rest
19 Two people in an SUV shoot man in a Glen Burnie parking lot before fleeing, Anne Arundel County police say
20 Anne Arundel 2021 softball preview: Teams still chasing Glen Burnie, Chesapeake, Severna Park
21 Baltimore’s Artscape 2021 canceled due to COVID, organizers announce; July 4th still unknown
22 Anne Arundel County police: Cab driver robbed at gunpoint in Severn
23 The rock wall at Moyer Center reopens, Nighthawks return to Rams Head; and more things to do in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County
24 Suffragists return to the State House with latest pair of murals added in Annapolis
25 Andrew Ton leads Navy men’s tennis back to the NCAA tournament
26 Anne Arundel varsity roundup, May 6: Key baseball sweeps doubleheader while Spalding beats John Carroll
27 New COVID-19 case total in Carroll County trending down; one death reported
28 Man in car crash who jumped off Ocean City bridge to save 2-year-old describes rescue
29 Irene M. Padilla and Skip Auld: What if America fully funded its public libraries? | COMMENTARY
30 Fallen Heroes Day ceremony returns in-person at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens
31 Sixth MS-13 gang member pleads guilty to string of violent crimes in Annapolis, including Quiet Waters park murder
32 Adrienne Mickler: For Mental Health Awareness Month, learn about these Anne Arundel resources | COMMENTARY
33 National Weather Service confirms Western Maryland tornado damaged 150 trees
34 Kitchen Encounters celebrates 40th anniversary in Annapolis
35 In wake of no-hitter, Orioles pitching coach Chris Holt recalls first impressions of ‘self-made’ John Means
36 Naval Academy’s chapel dome to remain scaffolded into summer after COVID pandemic causes latest project delay
37 Judge in Capital Gazette shooting case lays out trial protocols, sets deadline for COVID delay request
38 U.S. Rep. Trone opts for reelection rather than a run for Maryland governor
39 With coronavirus caseloads calming, Maryland hits 5 million vaccinations
40 Looking to hit its stride, Calvert Hall lacrosse rolls past Severn, 16-6
41 Teachers from Baltimore and Carroll counties win $1,000 state financial education awards
42 Watch: Anne Arundel executive, police chief discuss body cameras
43 ‘It was such an experience’: Naval Academy English capstone project brings Milton’s ‘Paradise Lost’ to life
44 Chicago Bears legend Brian Urlacher sacks two big home sales
45 Chance to shoot bison at Grand Canyon draws 45,000 applicants
46 US unemployment rises to 6.1% as hiring slows, workers scarce
47 FBI psychiatrist testimony sheds light in Capital Gazette shooting case
48 Lawsuit claims Annapolis, housing authority let rampant mold kill DaMon Fisher
49 Biden administration allocates $21.6 billion in emergency rental assistance
50 Second female four-time USNA Brigade Boxing champ named
51 Anne Arundel follows Annapolis, sues oil and gas companies over climate change
52 Our Say: Congratulations to Anne Arundel’s newest police officers | COMMENTARY
53 Spalding boys lacrosse takes out St. Mary’s, 10-6, for first time since 2013
54 Baltimore Sun and Tribune sued for breach of lease on Capital Gazette office
55 Capital Gazette shooting case resumes with motions hearing ahead of June sanity trial
56 In Prince George’s County, mask requirement are easing up for vaccinated people outdoors
57 Vice President Kamala Harris to speak at USNA graduation
58 AACC plans second drive-thru graduation ceremony
59 Gallery: Annapolis gallieries offer new exhibits, intriguing artists in May
60 Red meat politics: GOP turns culture war into a food fight
61 Annapolis Area Christian School baseball rallies past Indian Creek, 3-2, behind freshman pitcher Ryan Jones
62 COVID pandemic moves Eastport Bridge Run fundraiser online
63 Bel Air man charged after alleged hit-and-run that ripped door off Maryland State Police patrol car on I-95
64 Chesapeake Bay fate depends on many states
65 Naval Academy, Navy station in Annapolis could see new sea wall
66 Maryland extends moratorium on new residential foreclosures
67 Capital Gazette murder case is latest in high-profile appearances for prosecution’s forensic psychiatrist
68 Judge nixes state expert in Capital Gazette mass murder sanity trial
69 Maintenance workers discover bones under Church Circle in Annapolis, again
70 Bill Wagner: St. Mary’s, Severn pay tribute to longtime Capital Gazette sportswriter Bob Hough | COMMENTARY
71 6-year-old shot in Annapolis, expected to survive, police say
72 Scott Smith: It’s time to celebrate the importance of mothers again!
73 Annapolis City Council approves Tucker Street boat ramp regulations
74 Navy travels to Loyola Maryland to complete men’s lacrosse trilogy
75 Fisherman finds partial human remains near Dundalk, Baltimore County police say
76 Supreme Court won’t take Maryland bump stock ban case
77 Historic Paca Garden sale returns to Annapolis, with restrictions
78 Many people are happily skipping daily showers during the pandemic: ‘It’s one less thing I have to do’
79 Longtime Annapolis city employee, Stanton Center director dies at 73
80 Colonial Players, Maryland Renaissance Festival join Annapolis-area entertainment reopenings
81 Annapolis-based Hannon Armstrong reports $51M profit in first quarter
82 In Maryland, long forgotten headstone discovered in cemetery
83 Burritos for Beds fundraiser for Samaritan House in Annapolis returns
84 Mysterious Davidsonville grave cleaner discovered as amateur genealogist
85 Motions Hearing Scheduled Thursday In Capital Gazette Shooting Case
86 Ex-Maryland volunteer firefighters indicted on arson charges
87 Lawyers Don’t Seek Trial Delay In Capital Gazette Shooting Case
88 Janet Holbrook: Maryland failed to end child marriage once again. Why? | COMMENTARY
89 Jacqueline Boone Allsup: Union creates false narrative in trial board delay for Anne Arundel detective | COMMENTARY
90 Broadband industry behind millions of fake comments to FCC pushing net neutrality repeal, New York attorney general says
91 April 18: Anne Arundel adds 91 coronavirus cases
92 'Baltimore Sun,' Tribune Publishing Sued For 'Capital Gazette' Rent 04/30/2021
93 Hundreds of Civil War era gravestones defaced in Maryland
94 Navy football depth chart after 2021 spring practices
95 Anne Arundel varsity roundup, April 15: Severn tennis beats 6-time defending MIAA champs Gilman
96 Anne Arundel varsity roundup, April 16: Broadneck football beats Annapolis, caps undefeated season
97 Jacob Bender leads way as Christos FC captures Stewart Cup
98 Annapolis picks high school creative writing teacher as its new poet laureate
99 Anne Arundel stops distribution of crack pipes aimed at slowing overdoses in Annapolis after Black community backlash
100 Annapolis Maritime Museum reopens with new exhbit, Our Changing Waterfront