Firefighters Let "Very Scared" Little Girl Paint Their Nails After She Was In A Car CrashWhile on the scene of a car accident on Saturday, two Utah firefighters noticed a "very scared" young girl clutching bottles of nail polish.
The US Sailboat Show Sails In Into Annapolis ThursdayThe Boat Show will be held at the City Dock & Harbor, located at 1 Dock Street from October 10 through October 14.
Elephant Pumpkin Smash, Other Events Set For Maryland Zoo's ZooBOOO!The Maryland Zoo will host its Halloween event ZooBOOO! on Oct. 25 through Oct. 27 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
13 Fun Things To Do This HalloweenHalloween is just around the corner — and that means enjoying all the fun things about this spooky season, like haunted attractions, pumpkin patches and corn mazes.
Harry Potter Fans! Ellicott City Is Hosting A Wizarding Weekend Oct. 5-6If you're a fan of the Harry Potter book or movies series, then you may want to head to Ellicott City this weekend.
Inner Harbor's Rash Field Transforms Into A Fall Extravaganza For The Harbor Harvest Fall Children’s FestivalWaterfront Partnership in honor of the Harbor Harvest Fall Children's Festival will change Rash Field into a fall extravaganza Sunday, October 6.
Little Gym Of Frederick, Make-A-Wish Hold Superhero Party For 3-Year-Old Who Finished ChemotherapyIt takes a special kind of superhero to battle cancer, and a superhero is exactly how you could describe Cason Chambers.
13 Things To Do In Maryland This FallFall is finally here -- and that means enjoying all the fun things about autumn like pumpkin patches, corn mazes and Halloween.
Baltimore Ranked As One Of The Best Cities For Millennial FamiliesBaltimore ranks third on a list of the best cities for millennial families put together by
Pratt Central Library To Host Grand Re-Opening Saturday With Block PartyThe Pratt Free Library will host a grand re-opening of its Central Library location Saturday with a block party.
Maryland State Fair Attendance Increased More Than Four Percent In 2019Fair officials said nice weather and schools starting after Labor Day contributed to the increased attendance at the 138th state fair.