The unusual warmth for early October that we’ve been experiencing lately is expected to continue over the next few days.
The record for Oct. 2 is 89 degrees, set back in 1986. We will be creeping very close to that as we head into the afternoon with highs forecast in the mid-80s.
Drivers, listen up. New traffic laws take effect on Tuesday with the goal of making Maryland roads safer.
The currently shuttered home of Edgar Allan Poe in Baltimore will re-open to visitors for free in October before closing again ahead of its permanent re-opening in the spring.
From the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
The fury of Superstorm Sandy left many Americans shaken, and holding onto loved ones.
October begins the peak time for pumpkins, and local growers are poised to take advantage of the market the U.S. Department of Agriculture describes as limited and seasonal.
With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time for the great pumpkin. Last October they were hard to find in Baltimore.
Oktoberfest is a 16-day festival originating in Germany that runs from late September to the first weekend is October … typically. Charm City prefers to take its time when it comes to celebrations involving a top-notch brew, and chooses to feature its largest Oktoberfest celebration Oct. 13. Other fine Baltimore establishments feature festive German beers throughout the month and participate in Baltimore Beer Week, in which patrons may sample authentic brews from all over the globe, win prizes and fill up on some schnitzel.
Utilities in Maryland are still reporting scattered outages in the wake of an unusual October snowstorm.
Electric utilities in Maryland say about 1,000 customers remain without power after a freak October snowstorm.
Electric utilities are reporting about 3,500 Maryland customers still without power after a rare October snowstorm.