State and local tourism officials say a welcome center on U.S. Route 15 near Emmitsburg will likely reopen this summer.
The bicentennial of the War of 1812 could be a profitable anniversary for Baltimore.
After 31 years, the construction project that transformed downtown Baltimore is being renovated.
Frederick finally has its first official visitor from Wyoming for 2011.
The National Park Service is giving high raise to a program offering vacation rentals in the Chesapeake & Ohio National Historical Park.
If you went “downy ocean” this weekend, you had plenty of company. Ocean City had the busiest Fourth of July in eight years.
Cumberland officials say nearly $300,000 worth of upgrades to the city’s Amtrak station will help strengthen the link between the passenger line and a Pittsburgh-to-Washington bicycle route.
Washington County tourism officials hope to bring some attention to their area with a bobblehead doll.
Tourism and archaeology come together in Hagerstown in an exhibit of artifacts from three digs in Washington County.
A plan to steer more bicycle-riding tourists into downtown Cumberland faces a hurdle in the form of a homeless woman.
On Monday, the city of Baltimore will entertain new ideas for attractions to the Inner Harbor. Planners are first targeting Rash Field.
Another investment in downtown Baltimore. The Cordish Company is re-launching Power Plant Live!