Fireworks light up the night sky at the Inner Harbor. Tens of thousands of people were there for the big show.
One of Baltimore’s most iconic landmarks, the Pride of Baltimore II is celebrating its 25th birthday. The clipper ship was born out of tragedy when Pride I sank and killed four crew members in the 1980s.
History is being commemorated and made on the National Mall. Thousands are gathering for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Delta Sigma Theta is the world’s largest black women’s organization. And Baltimore was center stage in the celebration of its 100th anniversary.
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.
One of Baltimore’s most popular Orioles was honored at Camden Yards Saturday. Earl Weaver passed away earlier this year.
Several people were stabbed in downtown Baltimore Tuesday.
Right after the Ravens’ win, chaos erupted on city streets.
Maryland honored its Olympians and Paralympians including Michael Phelps Monday afternoon.
Honoring the most decorated Olympian of all time. Towson native Michael Phelps hasn’t even left the London games yet but Baltimore County leaders are already making plans to welcome him home, gold medal style.
When about 20,000 people spread out over Antietam National Battlefield on July 7, many staking out a spot with a blue tarp or blanket, the park will be transformed in a way that only happens during the annual Independence Day celebration.
Tall ships and naval vessels from around the world are making their way up the Chesapeake Bay to Baltimore.