Once the holiday season is over, learn how to dispose of your Christmas tree in the most eco-friendly way possible.
Mark the night. The holiday season officially begins in Baltimore. The sky is lit up with fireworks and the Washington Monument is now bathed in light.
Norway’s gift to the people of Washington for Christmas is sure to be a “scream.”
A Maryland holiday tradition kicks off. Thousands of people headed to the Timonium Fairgrounds for the first day of Kennedy Krieger’s Festival of Trees.
The Capitol Christmas Tree is arriving at the U.S. Capitol after making its way from a forest in northeast Washington state.
Heave and ho, ho, ho this holiday by cutting your very own Christmas tree from a local farm.
John Theofield helped start the 100-acre Christmas tree farm operation known as Hardee Farms in New Midway in 1962.
We’re just days away from Christmas, but if you haven’t picked up a Christmas tree yet, there’s good news. Tree farmers say despite the crazy weather, this year’s crop is good and still plentiful.
The largest holiday event on the East Coast is right around the corner. The Festival of Trees starts the day after Thanksgiving.
With just one road connecting this island with the mainland and only 70 residents or so, folks just seem to know all the happenings in their community.
The National Park Service says the National Christmas Tree planted near the White House a year ago has died and is being removed.
One Baltimore entrepreneur isn’t spreading Christmas cheer with tiny reindeer, but bicycles and pulled pork.