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  • Coming up: Annapolis Chorale to hold grand finale

    Coming up: Annapolis Chorale to hold grand finale
    The Annapolis Chorale will hold its grand finale, "Gloria!," at 7:30 p.m. April 10 and at 8 p.m. April 11 at Maryland Hall, 801 Chase St. The concert features Anton Bruckner's towering "Te Deum" and Karl Jenkins' "Gloria." $12-$32+. 410-280-5640...
  • South River graduate Marbut earns two lacrosse awards

    LE MOYNE WOMEN'S LACROSSE: Senior goalkeeper Molly Marbut (South River) finished with four saves in the first half to earn her 30th career victory and fifth-ranked Le Moyne cruised to a 20-1 win over American International College on Tuesday afternoon...
  • Fort Meade: Where the tracks end -- Meade's railroad history

    If you walk along Rock Avenue, you can see the remnants of old train tracks hidden behind overgrown weeds. The building that the Army and Air Force Exchange Service now uses to dispatch trucks was once the train station along the line. Fort George G....
  • Guest Column: Community deserves voice in many issues

     Guest Column: Community deserves voice in many issues
    Capital Gazette editorial board member Will Marshall recently wrote a guest column,"'Death with Dignity' is a rights Issue" (The Capital, March 26). If you missed his piece: He argues that physician-assisted suicide is a personal matter of the...
  • Vietnam vets honored with state commemorative day

    Vietnam veteran Larry Nordhauser never used to discuss his service. "I had to keep it on the down low," said the Annapolis resident, reflecting on past public sentiment against those who served. "It was like a black eye." Monday was a stark contrast....
  • Academy prof named physics scholar

    Academy prof named physics scholar
    A Naval Academy assistant professor will be a visiting researcher in theoretical physics at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Ryan Wilson was one of six awardees for 2015-2017 in the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics Scholar program....
  • Navy football player Will McKamey's death reveals medical unknowns

    The death of Navy running back Will McKamey one year ago reveals how little is known about football injuries when the brain bleeds. Such bleeds are exceedingly rare in sports. Rarer still are cases when a player's brain bleeds twice. Seventeen...
  • About the story: 'The last run of Will McKamey'

    About the story: 'The last run of Will McKamey'
    Last month, the Navy closed its investigation into the death of football player Will McKamey. Findings are expected to be released in the coming weeks. The Naval Criminal Investigative Service routinely investigates all deaths of midshipmen. Cases may...
  • Our say: Does food truck ban still make sense?

    Our say: Does food truck ban still make sense?
    There are to be food trucks at venues of the Annapolis Film Festival this weekend — except for St. John's College. The City Council on Monday rejected a request by the festival to allow a food truck at the college, even though it would have made...
  • Entertainment Announcements: 'Artful Adventure', ASO concert, Prepared piano concert and more

    'Artful Adventure' The Friends of Quiet Waters Park presents "Artful Adventure," a collaboration of the three magnet school visual arts departments in Anne Arundel County Schools: Bates Middle, Brooklyn Park Middle, and Annapolis High. The exhibit...
  • Fair retires after 18-year tenure at Naval Academy

    Fair retires after 18-year tenure at Naval Academy
    Jeff Fair's office on the ground floor of Ricketts Hall speaks to a long, distinguished career as an athletic trainer within the world of Division I college football. Filling the book shelves are a library's worth of sports medicine books, a clear...