We honor the bicentennial of the War of 1812 and the penning of the Star-Spangled Banner which happened off the waters at Fort McHenry.
Those who are called to a life protecting others know that someday they may die doing their jobs.
The Maryland Army National Guard welcomed home members after a deployment to Iraq.
This Saturday, Baltimore’s own Archbishop Edwin O’Brien will be elevated to cardinal. All this week, direct from Rome, the Catholic Review is sharing its coverage with WJZ.
A naturalization ceremony will celebrate the legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blending solemn tradition with joyous reunion, the top commander of U.S. forces in Iraq returned home to U.S. soil Tuesday, greeted by his wife and his president in an understated ceremony to mark the end of a nine-year conflict that has defined a generation.
The wait is over for hundreds of Baltimore families looking to adopt. This weekend marks the 10th annual National Adoption Day.
Washingtonians and visitors to the capital were marking the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks that stunned the city with commemorations Sunday at museums, churches and ballparks.
Metro is marking the anniversary of the 2009 train crash that killed a train operator and eight passengers with a wreath-laying ceremony.
The recently recovered remains of 11 World War II airmen are being laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.
A Baltimore County firefighter killed in the line of duty receives a rare, posthumous award for making the ultimate sacrifice.
The start of a new year means hope for an end to violence against children. Seventeen children were murdered in the city in 2010.