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.
It’s one of Baltimore’s biggest and best tributes to the USA and the men and women who fight for freedom. Hundreds line the streets to get a good look at the 78th Annual Dundalk Fourth of July Parade.
Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
Hundreds of thousands of Americans from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic were preparing to spend the Fourth of July like the nation’s founders did in 1776, without the conveniences of electricity and air conditioning.
A Washington area nonprofit is offering free rides home for area residents who drink on the Fourth of July, ensuring they get home safely and don’t attempt to drive.
As hundreds of thousands of people get ready to celebrate the Fourth of July at the Inner Harbor, police are also gearing up to make sure the festivities are violence-free.
With the Fourth of July falling on a Wednesday, more Marylanders are expected to travel somewhere this week.
If you’re looking for a place to watch the Inner Harbor fireworks, have we got an idea for you. The USS Constellation is hosting a big party, and you are invited.
Federal employees in the Washington area will once again have the option of taking the day off.
We’re just days away from the Fourth of July holiday, and AAA says traffic will be worse this year than in 2011 as more people plan to travel by car.