It was a weekend of beach-goers and brake lights. The number of people who hit the beach over the weekend was potentially record-breaking–and that means a lot of traffic.
Men and women killed in service to our country were honored at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens this Memorial Day.
For the past 145 years, generations have come to know exactly what’s going to happen on Main Street on the last Monday in May in Westminster.
President Barack Obama paid tribute Monday to the men and women who have died defending America, saying the country must strive “to be a nation worthy of your sacrifice.”
The remains of Tropical Storm Beryl soaked beach vacations and some Memorial Day remembrance services in southern Georgia and northern Florida on Monday and knocked out power to tens of thousands, though emergency officials said it hasn’t brought any major damage.
Some Ocean City Boardwalk basics include a towel, some sand and good food. But the resort town also has a way of bringing out the foodie in visitors this holiday weekend.
The Orioles are honoring our military on the field Sunday.
Actors Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna are hosting the annual Memorial Day concert on the West Lawn of the Capitol.
The YMCA shares swimming safety tips, and a ShopRite dietitian shows us healthy Memorial Day meals.
A front separating a much drier air mass over upstate New York from the humid air over our region lies near the N.Y. border. The proximity of the front will spark a few thundershowers today and early this evening, though about half the region will remain dry.
I hope that everyone takes some time this weekend between the hot dogs and beer, and the beach and sun to remember why this holiday exists and what makes it important.
A new water slide in Ocean City drops swimmers dozens of feet below. The Aqua Loop opens for the first time this holiday weekend.