Arguably one of the most visible parts of this star-spangled weekend is the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. They’ve been roaring through downtown Baltimore, rehearsing for days.
If you’re looking to head over to Star-Spangled Spectacular this weekend at the Inner Harbor and Fort McHenry — you may need to know some basic information to make sure your visit is as smooth as possible.
Commissioning Week may focus on those graduating from the Naval Academy, but for Annapolis businesses, the focus is on the bottom line.
Officials at Joint Base Andrews near Washington say Defense Department budget cuts are prompting cancellation of a popular air show for the second consecutive year.
The U.S. Navy Blue Angels will return to Baltimore for the end of the Star-Spangled Spectacular commemorating the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
Festivities continue across Maryland as we celebrate the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
Free passes are available to view the Star-Spangled Air Show from Fort McHenry on June 16 and 17. Click on the link for more information.
Officials at Joint Base Andrews near Washington say budget cuts are forcing them to turn a popular air show into a biennial instead of an annual event.
Two deadly crashes within a matter of hours are raising concerns about the safety of air shows.
The pilot of a World War II-era plane has died after it crashed and burst into flames at a West Virginia air show, the second deadly air show crash in 24 hours.
Visitors to Ocean City this weekend will see more than just small planes carrying advertising banners.
Maryland Natural Resources Police say boating won’t be allowed in a 30-block area off Ocean City this weekend during an annual air show.