New Year’s Eve
As the year winds down, local businesses are gearing up for a big boost in business. The New Year’s Eve Spectacular is among the largest on the East Coast, and that means big business for Baltimore.
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.
Heavy hearts in Cecil County. Mourners pay their respects to a 10-year-old girl killed by a stray bullet.
Attacked by three dogs. That’s what a Howard County man says happened to him while he was running in his own neighborhood.
A large number of District of Columbia firefighters called out sick on New Year’s Eve, leaving the city short-staffed on a busy night.
A 10-year-old girl is in critical condition after getting caught in the crossfire of a New Year’s celebration in Cecil County.
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.
While the clock ticks to get a deal done on the fiscal cliff, we are also counting down to the New Year. Final preparations continue right now at the Inner Harbor for what’s going to be a spectacular show.
New Year’s Eve fireworks displays are planned for cities around the mid-Atlantic region.
If you plan to party New Year’s Eve, beware. Law enforcement around Maryland will be on the lookout for drunk drivers.
Just before the clock strikes midnight, fireworks blast and ‘Auld Lang Syne’ is sung, there are hours of work that go into preparation.