St. Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick’s Day weekend is underway and Baltimore City Police are out in full force to keep the festivities under control.
This weekend thousands will gather across Baltimore City to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, and police say this year they’re increasing their patrols and establishing more checkpoints.
If you’re looking to get out and enjoy some early St. Patrick’s Day fun, you don’t have to go too far.
Thousands of spectators are expected to crowd streets and sidewalks for the 58th annual Baltimore St. Patrick Parade.
This March is Irish-American Heritage Month and with the St. Patrick’s Day holiday, there’s no better time to teach kids about the history and culture of Ireland. From the annual parade to arts and crafts at the library to a day of history visiting Irish immigrant landmarks, there’s no shortage of activities in Baltimore that will help kids learn more about the Irish and St. Patrick’s Day.
Celebration crackdown. After last year’s St. Patrick’s Day was marred by violence and destruction, police are vowing to step up patrols.
Annapolis has had its share of Fourth of July, Christmas, homecoming and Memorial Day parades. So it may sound like malarkey to say the city has never celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a march — despite a history of residents sloshing down its streets with green beers.
Case closed. Four suspects pleaded guilty in the beating of an innocent tourist in downtown Baltimore.
Recent beatings and fights have plagued the area in and around the Inner Harbor. Some worry they’re having a chilling effect.
Disturbing violence. Widespread chaos in and around the Inner Harbor is worse than first thought. Newly released tapes reveal the extent of the mayhem. Groups of out-of-control teens terrified tourists as police worked to keep them in check. It unfolded on St. Patrick’s Day.
A brutal beating and robbery caught on tape shocked people in Baltimore and around the country. Now more than half of the charges against those arrested have been thrown out.