Twenty-two million Americans and their families have a special connection to this day. They are the ones who served in the military and have earned the day off and the right to be in parades held in their honor. As Baltimore honored its veterans Monday, some wished more had turned out to say thanks.
When the deal is being made to change the tax rates and cut the deficit we must remember to keep our commitment to our veterans.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has spoken with active duty military personnel in Afghanistan to thank them for their service.
The Metro system says its trains are operating on a Saturday schedule because of Veterans Day.
As the nation observes Veterans Day, rangers at Fort McHenry are educating the public on its history beyond the Star-Spangled Banner.
Saturday marks the first of what will be three days of Veterans Day commemorations across the U.S.
Sunday is Veterans Day, and the Baltimore Ravens are honoring it by putting Maryland soldiers stationed in Afghanistan front and center.
The weather pattern is still expected to be very kind to us over the next few days.
Metro says it will be taking advantage of the long Veterans’ Day weekend to complete work on the orange, red and green lines.
In Maryland, there are ceremonies to pay tribute to all our men and woman who are serving and have served.
Early today, a front pushing offshore in the Northeast will be ushering in some noticeably chillier air and a gusty wind. Temperatures on the Veterans Day should be no higher than the low-50s this afternoon, which is about 5-10 degrees lower than in recent days.
Transportation officials in the District of Columbia say traffic patterns and restrictions typically used on Sundays will be in effect on Friday for the Veterans Day national holiday.