On Friday, America honors and remembers the victims and survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Survivors also gathered in Baltimore for a ceremony commemorating its 71st anniversary.
Protesters affiliated with last year’s Occupy demonstrations in Washington are planning a series of events to mark the one-year anniversary of the protests.
Our region is marking 10 years since the D.C. sniper spree. And those closest to the crime are reflecting on the terror that gripped us all.
Montgomery County officials say a courthouse annex being built in Rockville has created a problem for a Sept. 11 memorial across the street.
It first appeared in print in 1892.Over the years it’s covered world wars, civil rights and the election of the nation’s first black president.
On this date in 1962 a young woman walked into a Towson shoe store and asked for a job. She got it. Now 50 years later she’s still there and has become a familiar face to thousands of Baltimoreans.
The National Park Service says it’s too hot for a Civil War anniversary event at the Monocacy National Battlefield near Frederick.
More than 40 tall ships and naval vessels from 12 countries will fill Baltimore’s waters starting June 13.
Mayor Vincent Gray’s office has announced that he will help lead celebrations later this week marking the 10th anniversary of the creation of the District’s Department of Transportation.
The Kennedy Krieger Institute is marking a milestone anniversary Wednesday. For 75 years it’s been serving children with disabilities.
Tuesday is the one year anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death. And while al-Qaeda is still a threat, homegrown terrorism presents a real danger in the short term.
It was a sweet day at the Inner Harbor as Domino Sugar received its biggest shipment of sugar ever.