Fireworks light up Downtown Baltimore. But as thousands were glued to the sky, police officers were on the ground, working to keep the patriotic celebration safe.
For the first time this Independence Day, one group of naturalized citizens said the “Pledge of Allegiance” as Americans.
It’s one of the largest and longest running Fourth of July parades in the country. It’s right in our own backyard, and Baltimore loves it.
Just about 24 hours and counting until fireworks light up the night sky downtown. As the city prepares for tens of thousands, preparations are also underway for any potential trouble.
There’s a controversy brewing down the ocean this Fourth of July weekend. Washington, D.C.’s mayor is suggesting D.C. residents should boycott Ocean City.
The Fourth of July comes one day early for one of the nation’s wounded warriors. He celebrated the groundbreaking of a brand new smart house in Annapolis.
A rare discovery on Assateague Island, when an endangered sea turtle washes ashore.
Two important pieces of American history are brought together for the first time.
Big federal money is coming into Baltimore County fire departments. The money will protect firefighters and help to attract new ones.
It will be a special Independence Day at the Inner Harbor. For the first time ever the Pride of Baltimore II will be part of the city’s July 4th celebration.
Baltimore’s Board of Estimates has approved an agreement to install an ice rink at the Inner Harbor.
Prizes for you pictures. If you own a cell phone, chances are you have taken a selfie or two, but how about getting rewards for your pics?