The weekend weather looks great and it would be a perfect time to take in some beautiful spring flowers.
It started in the 1920s thanks to local petroleum executive John W. Sherwood. Now there’s dogwoods, magnolias and of course tulips–thousands of them. Sherwood Gardens is blooming earlier this year thanks to Baltimore’s balmy winter and spring.
Marty and Don talked to Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan about the 2011 summer season. Ron Matz was in North Baltimore talking about the 43rd annual Cylburn Market Day.
The regional radar mosaic is showing the bulk of it right now spreading out across eastern portions of the Ohio Valley into western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Homeowners in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia are being encouraged to plant more plants this spring to help Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts.
Baltimore area animal shelters are overflowing and now there’s a unique way you can help, especially during the holidays.