Thousands of people ring in 2013 at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore.
As we celebrate the promise of the New Year, there’s a push to remember the lives lost to violence in 2012. That number is again past 200 in Baltimore.
Organizers in Harbor East are kicking off their first holiday event to draw more shoppers to local stores.
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Five households in Canton are out of their homes. A New Year’s Day fire was made worse by a bit of old rowhouse architecture.
Lost on a mountain. That’s how one Maryland hiker nearly rang in the New Year.
Here in Baltimore and all across the world, people are gathering to ring in the new year.
As as say goodbye to one year and usher in a new one, many make plans and promises. Experts say New Year’s resolutions can be accomplished if you have realistic goals.
We’re getting ready to ring in the New Year, and the city of Baltimore has big plans for a celebration that takes a lot of work to put together.
Salisbury police have arrested a woman they say stabbed another woman with a steak knife on New Year’s Day.
Police in Delaware say a slain defense expert changed clothes between live sightings in downtown Wilmington on the two nights before his body was found at a nearby landfill.
Maryland’s has its first babies of 2011.