Fish Without A License In Maryland June 5 and 12 and July 4Anglers wanting to get on the water and catch fish will be able to for free three times this summer. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has set June 5 and 12 and July 4 as days when fishing licenses, trout stamps or registrations will not be required.
Maryland Ranks No. 26 On List Of Best States, New Survey FindsIt's safe to say, most of us think Maryland is pretty great. We have Ocean City, the Preakness, great sports teams and a lot of history! But how do we compare to the rest of the nation? 
DC Cherry Blossom Peak Bloom Predicted For April 2-5The National Mall National Park Service is projecting cherry blossom peak bloom will fall between April 2 to April 5.
Only Two Bald Eagles Believed To Be Mating Within Baltimore City Limits Return For Third Year In A RowWhat are believed to be the only two bald eagles mating within Baltimore City limits are back for the third year in a row.
Maryland's Gun Deer Hunting Season Reopens January 8Hunters hoping to bag a deer will have another chance in early January.
Maryland, DC, Virginia Rank Among Best Places To Visit National ParksLooking for a stay-cation idea? You may want to head to a national park.
Doctor Explains Why You Should Avoid Thanksgiving, Christmas Gatherings: 'Not Worth The Risk'Dr. Mallika Marshall warns against large family gatherings this year due to the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Fall Foliage Report: Leaves Nearing Peak North Of Baltimore, Though City Still At MidpointLooking to do some leaf-peeping? You don't have to go far!
BWI Reports Highest Passenger Traffic In Nearly 6 MonthsBWI on Friday reported 15,125 departing passengers flew out of the airport, the most in nearly six months. 
55 Percent Of Americans Canceled Labor Day Travel Plans Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Survey FindsLabor Day Weekend is often a last chance for families to take a summer vacation.
Maryland State Fair To Live Stream Some Events, Including Farm Animal Exhibitions, Despite Canceling Due To CoronavirusIt's the time of year when Marylanders would be flocking to the State Fairgrounds to get on the rides, enjoy some fair food and check out the farm animals, but like many other events, the state fair has had to adapt due to the coronavirus.