Baltimore has a central role in America’s history as the home of the Star Spangled Banner. Now–the flag flying over Fort McHenry during the Battle of Baltimore is being recreated.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is asking citizens to share their views on outdoor recreation.
A volunteer committee is beginning a statewide assessment of Maryland’s public trails.
Four recreation centers in west Baltimore are set to close this month as part of the city’s long-planned overhaul of the facilities.
Parents can learn more about Baltimore’s “Super Summer” recreation program to help students avoid losing critical skills over the summer break.
Putting Baltimore on a budget. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake reveals a spending plan for the city that is already causing controversy.
The city of Hagerstown is looking to lure more young professionals by offering games to play.
The Board of Estimates voted to award four Baltimore City recreation centers with private operators. The vote is a step forward for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Recreation Center Task Force Plan.
Finding a family outing that satisfies everyone young and old and in between is nearly impossible, but laser tag just may fit the bill.
Maryland Natural Resources Police say boating and other recreational uses of the upper Potomac River and its creeks and stream should be avoided.
An Annapolis park that had been closed for more than year is being reopened to the public.
It’s time to start thinking about hurricane preparedness and boating safety.