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.
If you plan to party New Year’s Eve, beware. Law enforcement around Maryland will be on the lookout for drunk drivers.
Wedding bells are in the air. Many same-sex couples are getting ready to tie the knot. On New Year’s Day, the unions will be legal.
Just before the clock strikes midnight, fireworks blast and ‘Auld Lang Syne’ is sung, there are hours of work that go into preparation.
It’s going to be chilly start to 2013, but the forecast should hold up for New Year’s Eve.
Ring in the new year early at the Maryland Science Center! Also, a crash course in mixology!
A Maryland town that began a tradition last year of marking the new year by dropping a stuffed muskrat, not a ball, says the creature has a new outfit for this year’s party plunge.
Another year is almost here, and resolutions are being made. Find out what promises some of us are hoping to keep.
Maryland vacation ended early for many Maryland students. Though it’s a federal holiday, public schools in Howard, St. Mary’s and Charles counties were open.
City buildings in Baltimore are closed, but drivers still have to feed the meter.
A local nonprofit group is offering people in the D.C. area who have had too much to drink a free ride home through the end of the year.
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