Hundreds of city students miss out on nutritious meals when the summer starts. But the lunch lines at dozens of Baltimore schools are still open.
The volunteer fire department in Ferndale realized the time had come for it to give Anne Arundel County its fire engine back and buy one of their own.
Lights, cameras, action. Thursday night marks the start of the granddaddy of all the Baltimore summer open air film festivals.
The city’s Inner Harbor takes a top spot in the heart of many Baltimoreans. A new study finds that it has some international admirers as well.
There have been nine drownings in Maryland this summer. Now first responders are urging water safety measures.
For more than 30 years, the city has had a program in place to get summer jobs for teens. Mostly the jobs involve outdoor clean up work.
Move over Hollywood. Maryland has secured its spot as a top destination for actors and filmmakers.
After 40 years Don Scott will be saying his final goodbye to WJZ Friday. Linh Bui had a conversation with Don as he reflected on a wonderful television career.
It’s been three years since the East Coast earthquake struck Maryland and Washington DC. Now work is finally being done to make repairs on one of the capital’s centerpieces.
There are changes ahead for people who rely on wheelchair placards for free parking on city streets.
New life and big business in Towson. The Cinemark movie theater opens Thursday, bringing with it many new additions to the area.
Increasing revenue for Maryland casinos. Information released Tuesday shows the four state casinos grossed more than $72 million in the month of June.