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Past articles by Sarah:

Letters: Naval Academy was right to require payment for doing business; End the shutdown and STAIR helps kids read

First, I personally do not want taxpaying dollars to pay for the weddings of Naval Academy graduates. Well done to the Naval Academy for requiring graduates (and others) to pay (The Capital, Jan. 13). → Read More

Annapolis Light House shelter to open bistro in 2016

The scent of chicken baked in a thick teriyaki sauce fills Linda Vogler's kitchen while her students stir sweet potato soup and taste Mexican cornbread. → Read More

Christmas on the waterfront: Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade sails into town

Kathy Downs has a workshop just like Santa's. → Read More

This old house: Annapolis home to become a pop-up artsy sensation

There's a house on Maryland Avenue that's about to get a whole lot trendier. → Read More

Nightcap: Perry's

Editor's note: Pull up a bar stool for "Nightcap" — a weekly look at favorite neighborhood bars in our county. If you have a favorite watering hole, let us know where and why at . → Read More

Tuskegee Airman to visit Crofton library

Charles Edward McGee, a former Tuskegee Airman, will pay a visit to the Crofton library next week to talk about his experiences. → Read More

Get your write on: Local writers crank out novels for NaNoWriMo

Lisa Grebowsky eyed Jessica Kenney's laptop. → Read More

Plane makes emergency landing at Tipton Airport

A Baltimore man had to make an emergency landing at Tipton Airport on Sunday afternoon. → Read More

An event that really grows on you: No Shave November

It's festival of facial hair. → Read More

Exhibit about maritime pets cruises into Annapolis

No one can resist the allure of a cute kitten or a fluffy dog. → Read More

Food and Drink: Local holiday tastes

Shopping for picky friends and particular family members at Christmas time can be a chore. → Read More

Shop, Drop and Eat!

Football fans beware — there's another sport that dominates this time of year. → Read More

Maryland college students sing, pray for those killed in Paris, Beirut

The prayers came one after another, from different religions, in different languages — all pleading for peace and unity after the terrorist attacks last weeks in Paris and Beirut. → Read More

Outpouring of support continues for France

People surrounded the French monument on the grounds of St. John's College Monday morning to sing the French national anthem in a show of support for France after the terrorist attacks in Paris. → Read More

25 holiday entertaining tips from a professional designer, caterer and etiquette expert

The winter holidays can be the happiest time of year. → Read More

Thousands show up for 2nd annual Across the Bay 10k

With a medal dangling from his neck, Joe Niemiec leaned over, struggling to catch his breath. → Read More

Thousands show up for 2nd annual Across the Bay 10k

With a medal dangling from his neck, Joe Niemiec leaned over, struggling to catch his breath. → Read More

Brother act: Sibling musicians to perform with Annapolis Symphony Orchestra

As children, brothers Netanel and Yoni Draiblate filled the family's three-bedroom condo with the sounds of the violin and the cello. → Read More

It's time for some ice: Guide to area ice skating rinks

Some of the most pivotal moments in fall and winter are centered around the local ice skating rink. → Read More

Historic Annapolis closes in on '99 Objects' for exhibition

How many objects does it take to tell the history of Annapolis? → Read More