Native American Tribes Struggle for State Recognition

There are more than 20,000 Native Americans living in Maryland, according to the most recent census, and there are eight indigenous tribes who form and operate communities just like any other group.

Activists Develop Organizational System at Occupy Baltimore

It has been a month since the Occupy Baltimore movement took over space at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor on Oct. 4, and winter is fast approaching.

Workers Repainting Flaking State House Dome

The scaffolding that has concealed the towering dome on top of the State House since the legislative session ended last April will be taken down in the coming weeks.

Teen Charged With Supporting Terrorists

A Maryland teen has been indicted on charges that he conspired to provide material support to terrorists. Mohammad Hassan Khalid, a Pakistani immigrant who recently turned 18, was arrested July 6 in Ellicott City and could face 15 years in prison if convicted.

Tea Party, Others Rally Against Governor’s Redistricting Plan

Tea Party and conservative groups held a rally in Annapolis Tuesday to protest a proposed redistricting plan and possible tax hikes.

Artists Paint Annapolis

Artists from several states converged on Annapolis Thursday for the Paint Annapolis competition. They are painting the city’s architecture, plants and docks to submit to the Maryland Hall for Creative Arts on Sunday.

Md. State Sen. Currie to Face Trial

Prominent Maryland Sen. Ulysses Currie will stand trial in federal court next week accused of taking bribes from two former executives of Shoppers Food Warehouse.

$100,000 Allocated to Combat Gang Violence In Prince George’s

The state of Maryland and the United Way of the National Capital Area are each contributing $50,000 to an anti-gang initiative called “Way to P.E.A.C.E (prevention, education, awareness, connection, and empowerment).”