It’s Ash Wednesday–the day that marks the beginning of Lent. Many take time to go to church on this day, but for others, getting their ashes means just a trip around the block.
Prince George’s County fire officials have identified a woman who died in a Cheverly house fire in a home filled with hoarded items.
A special holy day for Christians in Baltimore and around the world as Easter celebrations kicked off Sunday morning.
Sunday’s front will be leaving us, just in time for the next one to arrive Monday afternoon. In between, clouds will break for some sunshine and temperatures will jump to the low 60s. But when this second front swings through with showers later Monday, it will bring a new round of cold air with it for the middle of the week.
Many attended Mass Sunday morning for Easter. Also, there’s a “Big Dog Show” Sunday.
We have used this title before, but not many times in the last few weeks. Saturday was definitely worthy of it, though. Sun only mixed with a few clouds, helping warm us up to 60 degrees Saturday afternoon. That makes this one of the few days with highs actually above average. In fact, March is running 2.9 degrees below average.
Kids make their way around the grounds of Perry Hall Presbyterian Church searching for treasure.
The Maryland Zoo has a great day planned for Easter.
Christians around the world prepare for Easter with Good Friday services. In Baltimore the faithful marked the day with worship and prayer.
Aside from the traditional Easter egg hunts, there’s lots of fun ways for kids to celebrate the Easter holiday in Baltimore this year.
The Carroll County Arts Council has a sweet event this Easter season.
Easter Sunday is just three days away. It’s a day for families, faith and food.