There are over 100 public fireworks displays in the coming days, but the biggest will be here in downtown Baltimore.
Natural resources officials are calling for only pet turtles to be used in derbies that are an Independence Day tradition in some Maryland communities.
Metro says it will operate extra trains during the evening of the July Fourth holiday to help passengers get to and from the National Mall for the fireworks display.
We are less than a week away from Fourth of July celebrations and for many people that means fireworks. But beware: state officials say fireworks caused nearly $1.5 million in damages last year.
Maryland drivers will be paying more to travel this upcoming holiday weekend.
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Officials in Cumberland are finalizing a deal with a private landowner for a new location for the city’s annual Independence Day fireworks display.
Celebrating the Fourth under a watchful eye. Baltimore City police beefed up patrols to keep it a safe holiday.
Over the next few hours, thousands of people will head downtown to celebrate the Fourth of July. That has Baltimore police taking new security measures.
Tens of thousands are still without power, but progress is being made at getting more people online. Crews are still trying to clear the hundreds of trees that fell during last Friday night’s wind storm.