A little rain and sleet doesn’t stop people from getting in the holiday spirit.
As peace talks finally resume between Palestinians and Israelis, another region in the Middle East is using a different tactic to bring peace to its divided people.
These local events are specifically designed to keep children and teens reading during the summer seasion.
These unique Baltimore businesses are sure bets for your 2013 Mother’s Day gift.
This March is Irish-American Heritage Month and with the St. Patrick’s Day holiday, there’s no better time to teach kids about the history and culture of Ireland. From the annual parade to arts and crafts at the library to a day of history visiting Irish immigrant landmarks, there’s no shortage of activities in Baltimore that will help kids learn more about the Irish and St. Patrick’s Day.
It’s a Dundalk tradition. Thousands of people are making their annual visit to the train garden at the Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company.
October begins the peak time for pumpkins, and local growers are poised to take advantage of the market the U.S. Department of Agriculture describes as limited and seasonal.
The Ocean City Fire Department says firefighters are battling a two-alarm blaze on 37th Street.
A brand new children’s hospital comes to Sinai in Northwest Baltimore. The $29 million center will allow families to stay together through a sick child’s treatment.
Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals has ordered a new trial on one count of a judgment against ExxonMobil Corp. to families whose wells were contaminated during a 2006 gasoline spill.
Halloween might mean candy and costumes to some, but it means much more to Baltimore. After all, this is the final resting place of Edgar Allan Poe, home to forts and ports said to house wandering souls, and a cultural center heavy on artists who get particularly crafty this time of year.
For hundreds in the United States, Moammar Gadhafi’s death has had a great impact. They lost loved ones in the Pan Am bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland.