This is an important night for Baltimore’s Jewish community and Jews around the world. It’s the beginning of the weeklong celebration of Passover.
It’s going to take luck and an alarm clock to see, but there will be a total eclipse of the moon over Maryland early Tuesday morning.
On this Palm Sunday, there were many blessings for Baltimore. A collection of churches gathered at City Hall to pray for the city at the start of Holy Week.
It’s well known to classroom teachers that kids learn more when they have a full stomach.
It’s that time of the year–fire season. Brush fires have been popping up in Maryland.
After a tough winter, you may be breathing a sigh of relief over the mild weather we’ve seen lately. But, don’t inhale too deeply because a wet weather could wreak havoc on allergies.
Dozens of young students were bleeding and wounded at Towson University. But they were not real injuries, just a drill to help nursing students experience a medical disaster situation.
She’s just 11 years old, but when one of her best friends died of cancer she decided to honor his memory by helping others. And on Sunday, Emily Nelson will make a trip to the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.
One of the nation’s most famous buildings is going under wraps.
Moving day at one city elementary/middle school has come and gone. Thursday was a chance for students and teachers to celebrate their new building.
Worth the wait. After snow and rain, the cherry blossoms are at their peak.
It’s the box office smash that starred Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore. Now it hits the stage as Ghost The Musical. WJZ gets a behind-the-scenes exclusive.