Druid Hill Park
Something strange is happening at the Rawlings Conservatory in Druid Hill Park.
Druid Hill Park has its annual flower show! Also, we have four wines to accompany your Easter dinner.
For nearly four centuries, a legendary tree in Druid Hill Park was able to withstand the worst kind of weather. But superstorm Sandy proved to be too much.
Take advantage of the last days of comfortable weather before the harsh winter arrives. Enjoy fall drives that promise perfect foliage and all of the pretty little pit stops you can handle. From the zoo to area state parks, these are the best places to see fall leaves in Baltimore.
Don’t break a sweat trying to plan a fun day with the family this summer. Baltimore boasts ample budget-conscious options ranging from fast-paced fun to full-on relaxation, and everything in between. The best spots to spend a summer day offer a little bit of everything, so pack up the kids and head out for summer memories everyone will love.
A new study ranks Baltimore among the top urban areas for its parks. Easy access is just one factor that launched the city’s status.
The park has always been a popular destination for families.
A trip to the Rawlings Conservatory in Druid Hill Park is a great way to brighten the season.
The parents of a teen killed in a Baltimore City park want to make sure it never happens again. Their 14-year-old daughter was electrocuted when she touched a metal fence.
Pick up your bat and grab your glove, there are plenty of baseball and softball games taking place around Baltimore. Whether you join a league, or play a pick-up game with friends, swing for the fences at these local fields.
It was five years ago that a young Baltimore teenager was killed by the stray electrical voltage underground a baseball field in Druid Hill Park. Now her family and their attorneys say they’re still fighting to get answers in their daughter’s death.
Gigi Barnett and Tim Williams talked to Dick McClary with the Towson Home Depot about building a sustainable garden. Sharon Gibala was in Druid Hill Park talking about pet owners showing up for the 16th annual “March for the Animals.”