Director David E. Talbert Says Latest Film, 'Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey,' May Not Have Happened Without BaltimoreOne of the best parts of the holiday season are the movies, and one of this year's must-see hits, "Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey," has a number of Baltimore ties. In fact, the film's director said without the time he spent in the city, he may not be where he is today.
Fireworks, Shooting Guns Illegal In Baltimore City, Officials Remind Residents Ahead Of New Year's EveWith New Year's Eve around the corner and most residents staying closer to home, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison wanted to remind residents that fireworks and shooting guns are illegal in the city.
Retailers' COVID-19 Changes Continue As Holiday Gift Return Season BeginsThe COVID-related changes we saw during the shopping season continue as people start returning holiday gifts. Many stores are enforcing limits on the number of shoppers and some retailers are offering curbside returns.
LIST: Christmas Tree Disposal, Recycling By CountyOnce Christmas is over and the decorations come down, many people are left wondering what to do with their trees. Here's when they can be disposed of in different parts of the state.
Families Continue Christmas Tradition At Movie Theaters Despite COVID-19 PandemicFor some families, going to the movies is a Christmas tradition. While the COVID-19 pandemic has led some movie studios to put new releases in theaters and online, some movie fans feel it's important to see the films on the big screen.
Churches Try To Keep Traditions Alive While Keeping Parishioners Safe This ChristmasChristmas mass looks a little different this year as church leaders are trying to keep parishioners safe while keeping traditions alive.
Despite Risk Of Bad Weather, COVID-19 Pandemic, Travelers Say Heading Home For The Holidays Is Worth ItDespite warnings from health officials, some Americans are still traveling this holiday.
'Faith Is Resilient': Churches Make Changes For Christmas Services To Allow As Many To Worship As Possible Despite COVID-19 PandemicChristmas is typically one of the busiest times of the year for churches, but this holiday season looks quite a bit different due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Grinch 'Arrested' In Western Maryland So State Can Have Merry ChristmasThe Grinch who stole Christmas is paying for his crimes in western Maryland so families across the state can enjoy the holiday without worry.
NORAD Tracker | When Is Santa Coming To Maryland?Merry Christmas Eve! Santa Claus is already delivering gifts and is expected to arrive in Maryland later tonight.
2,100 Bags Packed For Baltimore's Families In Need As A Part Of Week-Long Mitzvah DayThe Jewish Volunteer Connection is helping out the community this Christmas eve during its annual Mitzvah event by assembling care packages for those in need.
Maryland Zoo's Zoo Lights Event Raises 800 Toys For Kids At Sinai Children's HospitalThe Maryland Zoo helped put smiles on the faces of kids at Sinai's Samuelson Children's Hospital Wednesday, dropping off hundreds of toys from visitors at the zoo's Zoo Lights event.
Santa Visits Baltimore County On Special Lawnmower Ahead Of Christmas EveSanta Claus is getting ready to make his trip around the world Thursday night, but before he zips across the globe with presents for good boys and girls everywhere, he's been spotted making the rounds in Baltimore County.
Baltimore's Franciscan Center Plans To Serve 2,500 Meals In 24 Hours To The Homeless, First RespondersMembers of the Franciscan Center are planning to pull an all-nighter Wednesday night to feed the homeless and essential workers who will be on the job on Christmas Eve.
Maryland Main Streets With A Hallmark Movie FeelThree Maryland communities were deemed holiday destinations fit for a Hallmark movie.