An apartment fire in Beltsville has forced at least 24 people out of their homes over the holiday weekend.
A narrow line of heavy rain and gusty wind crossed the area Friday morning and is heading off to the east. Despite lack of lightning, it did trigger the issuance of some watches and warnings for parts of the area.
Metro says shuttle buses will replace trains on a section of the blue and orange lines this weekend.
Metro riders will get a break from most work this weekend with four of the system’s five lines operating with regular weekend service.
Get lost in a corn maze or pick the perfect pumpkin at Rodgers Farm. Also, the Four Seasons is hosting a spa night for mom!
Dozens will go the extra mile to help find a cure for diabetes at the “Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes.” Also, there are plenty of upcoming events at the Maryland Zoo!
The Maryland Transportation Authority says motorists can expect heavier than normal traffic this weekend on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
For those looking to get an early start on the holiday weekend and participate in outdoor activities, it will be a good day, but still humid. Dry weather is expected.
If the Grand Prix road closures don’t stall your commute this weekend, a boost in holiday travel just might.
Attention drivers. Crews are accelerating construction for the Grand Prix of Baltimore, which means traffic headaches for many commuters.
Temperatures in the lower 80s Friday, but these will tend to run a bit lower Saturday and on Sunday as clouds become more widespread.
Six grueling weeks of hardcore physical fitness and discipline come to an end for 1,200 Naval Academy plebes.