City leaders in Annapolis are launching a “Walk Annapolis” campaign to highlight the walkability and shop-ability of the state capital.
Spring is almost here and there is no better way to enjoy the beauty of the season than by experiencing the various blooms featured in and around Baltimore. Local gardens, conservatories and arboretums offer an endless variety of plants and flowers for your viewing pleasure. After a long winter, spring flowers are the perfect way to add a little pop of color to your day.
The Maryland Department of Transportation wants to hear from people who enjoy walking or biking.
The 26th Annual BWI Run/Walk is being held Sunday. Also, get ready for the upcoming Hippodrome season!
He was only seven years old when he died but he’s become an inspiration. On Saturday, hundreds of people will put on their running shoes in his memory.
The “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is designed to heal the youngest patients of Type 1 diabetes. And this weekend, hundreds will participate in Baltimore.
They plan to walk through Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland and arrive in Washington by Nov. 23– the deadline for a congressional committee to decide whether to keep President Barack Obama’s extension of Bush-era tax cuts.
Prince George’s County schools are getting a $1.2 million federal grant under the Safe Routes to School program.
It’s an event that saves lives. This weekend marks the 5th annual Great Prostate Cancer Challenge.
Police in Prince George’s County are holding a “neighborhood watch walk” this weekend.
Maryland Transportation Authorities have canceled the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Walk for the fifth year in a row, citing budget concerns.