If you’re tired of the same old trick-or-treating routine every year, or you just don’t want the kids running from door to door in unpredictable fall weather, venture away from the norm. From corn mazes to hayrides, concerts and parades, these equally fun-filled Halloween activities in Baltimore are sure to create memories the family will never forget.
The decision over whether or not to pave part of Patterson Park is stirring up controversy.
Ron Matz was in Patterson Park talking about the weekend’s violent storms. Don Scott and Marty Bass had “Coffee With” Bill Cower and Elizabeth Hale.
“D.C. traffic makes me feel a lot better about my morning.” – Amanda and her Chevy Cobalt
The park has always been a popular destination for families.
One Baltimore community is on high alert after more than 15 break-ins. Some of them occurred while the victims were sleeping in their homes.
Cracking down on dog owners. A recent dog attack near Patterson Park has prompted police to make sure pets are on a leash.
A warning from Baltimore City Police. Impersonators are on the loose, claiming to be officers, then robbing victims on the street.
August-like temperatures have a grip on Maryland. A heat advisory is in effect for much of the area, and we hit triple digits.
Pick up your bat and grab your glove, there are plenty of baseball and softball games taking place around Baltimore. Whether you join a league, or play a pick-up game with friends, swing for the fences at these local fields.
National surveys show more people are biking around on two wheels now than ever before. In fact, it’s up by 13 percent in the past decade. That trend is helping the organizers of the biggest single day biking event in Baltimore.
Mike Schuh is live in Patterson Park for Bike Jam. Plus, it’s Memorial Day weekend so chances are you might be grilling. Home Depot makes a visit to our studio to show off the latest grill technology.