A big day for Baltimore. The president of the United States is in town. On his agenda: visiting a local business, elementary school and community center.
While Friday’s speech came with plenty of advance notice, the president’s first stop in Baltimore was planned as a surprise.
A one man British invasion. Prince Harry is in Washington D.C. to begin his spring tour of the U.S.
Paul McCartney is bringing his “Out There” tour to Nationals Park.
The operators of a Washington Segway tour business have lost a lawsuit against the city over regulations that require tour guides to be knowledgeable about city history and architecture.
Sidewalk bricks with QR codes on them are being proposed for a St. Michaels walking tour.
Nearly a dozen Smithsburg-area churches opened their doors to visitors for a Christmas tour, reviving a tradition that had ended years ago.
Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings says the Justice Department will visit a Baltimore jail where the lawmaker has been calling for better oversight of juvenile detention.
As the Star-Spangled Sailabration got underway, visitors had a chance to tour the ships from around the world that docked in Baltimore.
A plane that flew paratroopers into France on D-Day is on display at the Frederick Municipal Airport.
Environmental justice is the focus of a tour in Baltimore by federal and local officials. Officials with the federal Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Forest Service plan to visit a Baltimore middle school along with city officials on Tuesday to see work being done to confront environmental justice challenges.
Washington National Cathedral will be offering tours of its unique stone carvings for the first time since the building was damaged by an earthquake last year.