This Baltimore Summer Music Camp Is Free For Families Economically Impacted By COVID-19The camp, which is open to Baltimore City families, runs through August 21 and provides an outlet to children who have been cooped up for the past several months.
Maryland Boy Scout Holds Flag Retiring Ceremony On July 4th Weekend As Part Of Eagle Scout ProjectA Maryland Boy Scout helped retire hundreds of American flags over the July 4th holiday weekend as part of a project he hopes will earn him scouting's highest rank.
July 4th Flyover: Here's When & Where You Can Watch ‘Salute To The Great Cities Of The American Revolution’ In BaltimoreAs America celebrates its 244th birthday this weekend, Baltimore residents will be able to see five waves of Air Force and Marine Corps jets flying over the city in honor of Independence Day.
July 4th In Maryland: Where To Watch FireworksWith July 4th around the corner it's hard to imagine celebrating Independence Day without fireworks, especially in Baltimore -- the home of the Star-Spangled Banner.
Baltimore Museum Of Art's Outdoor Sculpture Garden To Reopen WednesdayGood news for art lovers: parts of the Baltimore Museum of Art are getting ready to reopen.
Family, Friends Throw Socially Distant Parade To Celebrate Maryland Woman's 102nd BirthdayFamily members and friends of a Baltimore County woman didn't let the coronavirus stop them from celebrating her 102nd birthday Monday afternoon.
'Perfectly Different': Teen Author From Baltimore Channels Insecurities Into Book To Remind Everyone To Love ThemselvesA Baltimore teen author is using her words to inspire others to forgive their flaws while embracing her own.
Hersheypark To Reopen July 3 With New Roller CoasterHersheypark is getting ready to reopen after the coronavirus pandemic closed the park in March.
Infrared Scanner Helps Padonia Park Club Screen Visitors For Fever Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs most of Maryland moves into the second phase of Gov. Larry Hogan's Roadmap to Recovery plan amid the coronavirus pandemic, more businesses are able to reopen their doors, including some pools.
'When Your Quarantine Haircut Is On Point': Alpacas At Maryland Zoo Get Summer ShearWhile some humans have found it challenging to get a haircut due to the coronavirus pandemic, three alpacas at The Maryland Zoo got their summer shear as the temperatures heat up.
Reopening Maryland: Youth Day Camps, Outdoor Pools, Drive-In Theaters Can Open With Some RestrictionsGov. Larry Hogan announced that youth day camps, low-contact outdoor sports practices and outdoor pools can reopen with some restrictions starting Friday, May 29 at 5 p.m.
10-Year-Old Baltimore Girl Publishes Children's Book 'Tell Me a Reason Why: A Skunk and Rat Story'A fourth grader published a children's book about friendship during Maryland's stay at home order. A Morgan State University student illustrated the book.
As Memorial Day Weekend Nears, Many Pools In Maryland Remain Closed Due To CoronavirusAs the unofficial start to summer approaches, countless pools in Maryland remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
'Sweetest Ending Possible': Ellicott City's DJ Kopec Reaches Goal Of $1M For Charity Through Virtual Dance PartiesChris Kopec, known as DJ Kopec, has been throwing virtual dance parties on Facebook to raise money and donations for area groups in need.
Coronavirus Cancellations: Bel Air Cancels Annual Fourth Of July Fireworks, CelebrationBel Air is joining a growing list of communities that are canceling their Fourth of July celebrations this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.