20-Foot Christmas Tree Arrives In Downtown AnnapolisIt's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in downtown Annapolis. A 20-foot Christmas tree arrived Friday morning, and other holiday decorations are still going up.
Zoo Lights Begins This Weekend At The Maryland ZooIf you're looking to get in the Christmas spirit, Zoo Lights starts this weekend at the Maryland Zoo!
Ocean City, Maryland's Winterfest Of Lights Kicks Off Thursday, Runs Through January 2The beachfront town's Winterfest of Lights holiday event officially kicked off Thursday evening with a lighting ceremony.
Baltimore's Miracle On 34th Street Suggests People Don't Come This Year Due To COVID-19Another long-standing Baltimore holiday tradition will look different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
How Early Is Too Early For Holiday Hits To Return To The Radio?From decorations to music, the holidays are making their presence felt, but is it too early?
Bring On The Holiday Cheer! Putting Up Holiday Decor Early Can Help Boost Your Mental HealthThe stress and anxiety caused by 2020 is no secret and people seem to be coping as best they can: many with the help of a little holiday decor.
Mr. Trash Wheel-Themed 'Sleigh All Day' Holiday Sweatshirt Available For 2 WeeksNeed a Christmas sweatshirt for your Zoom holiday party or gathering? Well Mr. Trash Wheel has you covered.
Local Places Of Worship Change Ways Of Holding Services Amid Statewide Spike In Coronavirus CasesMany places of worship have had to drastically change their ways of holding religious services throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland Zoo Begins Setting Up Ahead Of Zoo Lights CelebrationThe zoo has begun to hang lights and set up for the Zoo Lights celebration.
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.
Visiting Santa At The Mall Will Look Different This Year Due To CoronavirusBe prepared for a different looking family photo with Santa Claus this year due to the coronavirus.
Doctors Say Maryland's Coronavirus Positivity Rate Increase Could Be Due To Labor Day Weekend GatheringsMaryland's seven-day coronavirus positivity rate is above three percent for the first time since mid-September, an increase Baltimore doctors said could be the result of Labor Day weekend gatherings.
Shoppers Hit Area Stores To Return Holiday GiftsJust one day after Christmas, shoppers were already out hitting the stores to make returns.
Police: One Dead, Another Critically Injured After SUV Strikes Tree In Greenbelt On ChristmasPrince George's County police are investigating the single-vehicle collision where an SUV was found overturned after hitting a tree in Greenbelt early Christmas morning.
Christmas Surprise: Baltimore County Officer Becomes Impromptu SantaA little boy was overjoyed after a Baltimore County officer delivered his holiday letter to Santa on Christmas Eve.