I hope that everyone takes some time this weekend between the hot dogs and beer, and the beach and sun to remember why this holiday exists and what makes it important.
Metro has removed a total of 94 buses from service after one caught fire in Maryland, the second such fire in less than a week.
Find out where they are going instead.
Baltimore Gas and Electric and city workers are working to restore gas service to more than 1,000 homes after a gas main break new Millington Avenue.
The family and friends of a Maryland soldier killed in Afghanistan are remembering him at a funeral service in Woodsboro.
There’s encouraging news for rail passengers who use MARC train in and out of Baltimore. You could soon get a chance to ride, both nights and weekends.
Metro will conduct precautionary inspections of its 5,000-series rail cars in response to an incident that caused the blue and orange lines to be shut down between busy downtown stations.
A service has been scheduled for a Germantown woman and her son who were killed last week.
Metro says it is experiencing delays on the red line after a track fire near Union Station.
He was known as a ferocious competitor on the field and a gentle giant in the community. Former Raven Orlando Brown is being remembered.
The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) has resumed service on local bus, Metro Subway and the Inter County Connector Bus. The service was temporarily suspended Saturday evening because of the public safety threat posed by Hurricane Irene.
The Maryland Transit Administration says it is suspending service due to high winds and possible flooding expected from Hurricane Irene.