For many high school students, next to graduation, prom is one of the most exciting nights of high school. It’s also an expensive night.
Prom night is stressing out some merchants in the western Maryland city of Cumberland, where four area high schools have scheduled formal spring dances on May 9.
Last Saturday night was prom night in Baltimore for some students from Montgomery County. For one couple it was a night they’ll never forget.
All over Baltimore it’s prom season. For one businesswoman in Catonsville, it means reaching out to others.
The Hagerstown student tradition of shooting prom and homecoming photos in a museum’s outdoor rose garden causes such traffic jams that the museum is making high schools pay for the privilege.
It may be February, but before you know it, prom season will be here. In Harford County, a group of ladies is working hard to make sure young women will be able to get just the right dress.
It’s prom season right now and gowns can be expensive. Thousands of young women all around Baltimore are trying to find just the right dress.
Spring just arrived and now high school students are thinking about prom. At White Marsh Mall Saturday, a prom fashion show that has a deeper meaning. Daniel Borowy was one of the top models.
As spring approaches, many girls are getting ready for the prom—but the cost of attending is soaring.
Brunswick High School senior Drew Howard has already been named prom king once this year, but he might get a second shot on Saturday.
No graduation ceremony. That’s the punishment for several Anne Arundel County students allegedly caught drinking on prom night.
It’s prom season, but finding the right prom dress may be difficult these days because of the tough economy.