Each year, November 11 is the day we set aside to recognize and honor the many men and women, both the known and unknown, who have served and/or sacrificed their lives for the freedoms we enjoy as United States citizens. Here is a listing of events that will occur this year in the Baltimore area.
Top Navy officials and family members are among more than 2,000 people remembering the Washington Navy Yard shootings a year after 12 people were killed.
Family and friends laid to rest a little boy killed suddenly by a fallen tree when a freak storm ripped through a Carroll County summer camp.
A memorial service is being held for a Baltimore County firefighter who died after he went into cardiac arrest during a training exercise.
Officials in Maryland are holding their 25th annual memorial services for crime victims and their families.
Tens of thousands of police officers from around the country are in Washington this week as part of National Police Week.
Robin Pope was laid to rest Tuesday but not the mystery that still surrounds her death.
The parents of a young Maryland man who drowned March 20 on the campus of Hampton University want the city police to investigate his death.
A memorial service is planned for next week for five victims of a Baltimore fire.
A memorial service is set for a former Marshall University linebacker.
It wasn’t easy being the first black graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy.
Margaret Anderson became a law enforcement officer with the National Park Service because she wanted to help people, and she put herself in the way of evil on New Year’s Day, her father told thousands of people Tuesday at her memorial service.