We’re just days away from Christmas, but if you haven’t picked up a Christmas tree yet, there’s good news. Tree farmers say despite the crazy weather, this year’s crop is good and still plentiful.
House Speaker John Boehner says the 10,000 lights on the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree represent the “everlasting light” that entered the world with the birth of Jesus Christ.
It’s one of the most popular attractions during Baltimore’s holiday season. The 23rd annual Festival of Trees gets underway Friday in Timonium.
Baltimore is asking for the donation of a large evergreen tree for this year’s holiday display at City Hall. The city is asking for a spruce or fir tree 25 to 35 feet tall with symmetrical branches and no large holes or gaps.
With most of the remaining leaves on the trees blown away during Superstorm Sandy, and the pumpkins all carved, farms are preparing for another holiday: Christmas.
One of the most anticipated events that kicks off the holiday season is right around the corner. The Festival of Trees starts the day after Thanksgiving.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources is reminding homeowners to make sure they hire licensed tree professionals to trim or remove trees damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
The Maryland Natural Resources Police says a southern Maryland man fell to his death after climbing a tree to get to his hunting stand.
Tens of thousands are still without power, but progress is being made at getting more people online. Crews are still trying to clear the hundreds of trees that fell during last Friday night’s wind storm.
As we brace for possible severe weather, the cleanup from Friday’s storm is far from over in Howard County.
Emergency management officials say a contractor who fell from a tree in Garrett County has died. His death is the fourth storm-related fatality in Maryland.
The storm damage reaches far beyond power outages. Across Baltimore County, the sound of generators and chainsaws echo through neighborhoods.