A frosting of snow is delaying the doughnuts at a little country church near Adamstown.
This weekend’s Army/Navy game is a tradition bordering on the sacred. Even the game ball has a special way of getting into the stadium.
The bands, floats and the people are ready for an annual parade that will bring thousands of spectators to the streets and sidewalks of this popular Baltimore neighborhood.
Coach John Harbaugh commented that he’d like to see a Ravens Thanksgiving football game become a tradition in the NFL, and quarterback Joe Flacco thinks the Ravens wildcat offense “makes you look like a high school offense.”
It’s caterpillar contest time in Hagerstown.
It’s only been a few weeks but Pope Francis is already proving to be a pope of the people.
Nearly a dozen Smithsburg-area churches opened their doors to visitors for a Christmas tour, reviving a tradition that had ended years ago.
It’s a Dundalk tradition. Thousands of people are making their annual visit to the train garden at the Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company.
On the eve of Thanksgiving, hundreds of volunteers donate their time to help those less fortunate.
In the four years they spend at the Naval Academy, midshipmen not only get a great education but they are immersed in centuries of ritual and tradition.
It’s a Baltimore tradition that started nearly a century ago, and it’s all for Valentine’s Day.
Edgar Allan Poe fans waited long past a midnight dreary, but it appears the annual visits to the writer’s grave in Baltimore by a mysterious figure called the “Poe Toaster” shall occur nevermore.