Ocean City, Maryland Open For Visitors This Memorial Day Weekend, But There Are Some RestrictionsOcean City, Maryland is open to visitors this Memorial Day weekend, but it will be a little different than what's expected as some coronavirus-related restrictions remain. 
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.
Ocean City Beach Patrol Ready To Keep Swimmers Safe This SummerStarting Memorial Day weekend, swimmers in Ocean City will be under the watchful eye of dozens of lifeguards. 
Sully The Service Dog Honors Former President George H.W. Bush On Memorial DayThe Instagram account for Sully the service dog posted a photo of Sully next to the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. 
Memorial Day Service In Baltimore County Honors Fallen Md. Service MembersThe service starts at 10 a.m. Monday morning.
If You're Firing Up The Grill For Memorial Day, Avoid These Recalled FoodsIf you're planning on firing up the grill this Memorial Day weekend, you may want to double check your fridge and pantry before you get a very un-festive surprise.
State Officials Ask Drivers To Stay On Main Roads On The Way To Beaches This SummerGPS apps like Waze are diverting drivers from Route 50 to smaller roads. State highway officials said that volume is clogging smaller highways like Route 8. 
Poppy Wall Honors Fallen Soldiers For Memorial Day Weekend In Washington, DCThe poppy is a symbol of remembrance and has been used since 1921 to commemorate those who died in war.  
More Than 900K Marylanders Expected To Travel Memorial Day Weekend, Triple-A SaysTriple-A said around 43 million Americans will travel this weekend. 37 million are expected to use a car, which is estimated to be the most on record for the holiday.
Gov. Larry Hogan Kicks Off Ocean City Summer With Ceremonial Umbrella PlantingGov. Hogan was joined by Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan and Ocean City Council members. 
MDTA Police Remind Drivers To 'Move Over Or Slow Down' During Memorial Day WeekendMDTA Police said aggressive driving includes speeding, tailgating, running red lights and stop signs and unsafe lane changes.