President Barack Obama kicked off his birthday weekend Saturday with a round of golf with friends and a getaway to Camp David.
It’s a national and international sorority more than 300,000 women strong, dedicated to public service, and they’re celebrating their 100th birthday right here in Baltimore.
Where has the time gone? Is it really 2013? It seems like only yesterday that Ronald Reagan was running our country and Earl Weaver was managing the Orioles.
Man, we’re getting up there. Truth be told, I’ve been feeling old since I hurt my back in 1992. You can imagine how I feel now at the age of 48.
The National Cathedral in Washington is celebrating President Woodrow Wilson’s birthday with a wreath-laying ceremony.
A birthday celebration for Baltimore’s first black billionaire kicked off. But Friday’s event was more than just candles and cake.
Domino Sugars’ bright red neon sign shimmers over the Inner Harbor. in celebration of their 90th birthday, there’s a contest to see who can capture the iconic sign best.
President Barack Obama celebrated his 51st birthday Saturday with a round of golf and plans for a quiet weekend at Camp David, taking a break from campaigning three months before Election Day.
We’re marking a birthday of note in Baltimore this weekend. The B&O Railroad is 185 years old.
It’s not every day someone turns 106 years old, but that’s what’s happening in Edgewood on Wednesday.
A secret surprise for one boy celebrating his birthday brings a soldier home to Baltimore.
Sophie Ferrara is turning 102 and trying to reach 5,000 Facebook friends.
Jim Henson’s birthplace is remembering the Kermit creator’s 75th birthday.