4th of July
The 4th of July weekend is upon us. Sports nuts need something to watch, here’s some good options.
Concerns from state police this holiday weekend means more traffic on the roadways and unfortunately an increase in drunk drivers.
There are hundreds of professional athletes who have served with distinction & valor and as we celebrate our independence we take a look at 5 notable athletes who served their country with great honor & helped keep us free.
When it comes to Independence Day celebrations Baltimore has a lot to offer. You can check out the sparkles and pizzazz of the fireworks from many venues and locations. This year also offers a historical celebration with the Washington Monument Bicentennial celebration. These 5 places or activates are some of the best Fourth of July offerings here in Baltimore.
This Fourth of July, 41.9 million Americans are expected to travel, according to AAA, a 0.7 percent increase compared to last year.
Looking for an fireworks show on the Fourth? Here is a list of where you can see explosive festivities for the Independence Day weekend.
With the Independence Day weekend just around the corner, Baltimoreans have a multitude of options when seeking Fourth of July fireworks shows.
Actor Bradley Whitford will be the host for the annual July Fourth concert on the National Mall.
Metro is running on a Saturday schedule for the Fourth of July holiday, but will add trains in the afternoon and evening to help accommodate crowds going to see the fireworks.
Despite initial concerns that Arthur could compromise the July 4th fireworks in Washington on Friday, the National Mall and Memorial Parks Service says it won’t cancel the display, barring heavy wind or lightning.
It started out small. A Catonsville newspaper didn’t like the idea of people leaving on the newly created interstate going to 4th of July celebrations elsewhere.
With 41 million Americans expected to travel this year, highways and airports will be packed with travelers looking to take advantage of the 3-day weekend.