The protests in Baltimore led right to Mount Vernon, where protestors overwhelmed the Washington Monument lighting.
The red carpet is rolled out as dozens of people welcome the holiday season.
From Baltimore County to downtown, the holidays have arrived. For the first time, Christmas trees are lit, ice skates are gliding and Santa Clause is open for business.
Lights out. Hampden residents are threatening to leave their famous 34th Street Christmas lights off due to a recent string of violent crimes in the neighborhood.
A beacon of light. Starting Tuesday, there’s a new icon on Baltimore’s skyline. The HarborView Towers, a 24-year-old condo complex, unveiled a brand new light show for all of downtown to enjoy.
Washington County Sheriff Douglas Mullendore says he’s pushing for brighter lights along a section of U.S. 40 in Hagerstown where two pedestrians were fatally struck by vehicles in recent weeks.
Whether they’re on your Christmas tree, strung along the house or decorating store windows, this is the season for lights. Thursday night begins a series of laser light shows at the Inner Harbor’s Power Plant.
Anne Arundel County officials say a man was seriously injured after suffering an electric shock while putting up Christmas lights at a home in North Beach.
It’s one of Baltimore’s favorite holiday traditions. Saturday night, Hampden transforms into a winter wonderland with a spectacular light display.
The lights have gone out again on the Baltimore Ravens — this time in their postgame interview room.
It’s lights out in Bel Air. A power outage at Festival at Bel Air shopping center has shut down service to 1,800 customers.
Is former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis a conspiracy theorist? He says something was not quite right when the lights went out at Mercedes-Benz Superdome early in the third quarter of Super Bowl XLVII.