Five years in the making. Saturday, the Washington Monument was reopened just in time for Independence Day.
America’s first Washington Monument in Baltimore reopens on the 4th of July.
Saturday is the Fourth of July, and Baltimore will be celebrating in a big way.
Beat the heat of the sweltering city of Baltimore for a day and venture out to one of Baltimore’s most popular day trip destinations. From Washington DC to Sandy Point in Annapolis, there’s so much to do for fun with family and friends.
Memorial Day is a federal holiday celebrated in remembrance of the men and women who died serving in the United States armed forces. The United States armed forces include the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Air Force, and U.S. Coast Guard. This holiday is celebrated on the last Monday in May. Memorial Day was first celebrated after the Civil War and was first known as Decoration Day. These are some of the best Memorial Day getaways near Baltimore.
Amazing discovery. A multi-million dollar restoration project at the Washington Monument in Baltimore reveals a rare find.
From historic to funky, Baltimore boasts the best neighborhoods for tourists and locals to have fun.
After days of rain and flooding, it’s time to celebrate spring. And what better way than at FlowerMart 2014.
Mark the night. The holiday season officially begins in Baltimore. The sky is lit up with fireworks and the Washington Monument is now bathed in light.
A police pursuit in Mount Vernon seriously damages a local business. It’s one of several high-profile crimes that have some neighbors worried.
Baltimore City police say two men are dead after being found in the basement of an apartment building that caught fire early Monday morning.
A spring tradition is getting underway downtown. Hundreds are heading into historic Mount Vernon to enjoy this year’s annual FlowerMart.