Reopening Maryland: Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine To Increase AccessThe National Park Service announced Monday it would be increasing access to the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine in Baltimore as Maryland begins to open following the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials Concerned Visitors At Catoctin Mountain Park Aren't Following Social Distancing GuidelinesOfficials with the National Park Service are concerned that visitors at Catoctin Mountain Park are not following social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic.
White-Tailed Deer Population Management Resumes In Western Maryland National Parks In FebruaryVisitors and area residents should check their local park's website for information on area closures.
New National Christmas Tree To Leave Pennsylvania Friday, Be Installed At White House SaturdayThe National Park Service said Monday it will plant a new National Christmas Tree at the Ellipse on Saturday.
Horse Struck, Killed On Assateague Island By Park EmployeeA horse was struck and killed on Assateague Island early Sunday.
Senator Chris Van Hollen Secures $75M Increase In Program To Support BW Parkway RepairsSenator Chris Van Hollen announced Friday that he secured a nearly $75 million increase in a program that can be used to support Baltimore Washington Parkway Repairs.
Trump's July 4th Extravaganza Reportedly Using $2.5 Million Meant For National Park ServiceThe National Park Service is reportedly diverting nearly $2.5 million, originally intended for parks across the country, for the celebration.
Eastern Milksnake Found At A National Park Pool In MarylandNational Park rangers found a new little helper inside a pool in Catoctin Mountain Park.
New Foal Born On Assateague Island, Officials Warn Visitors To Stay At A DistanceA new foal was born on Assateague Island Friday.
Arborists Repair Cherry Blossoms After FestivalNational Park Service arborists said they will now repair, remove and replace damaged cherry trees.
Crews Work To Patch Up Potholes On Baltimore-Washington Parkway Amid State Lawmaker PressureOver the weekend, crews with the National Park Service dumped a "pot hole killer" along I-295, plugging up the problematic potholes that are popping tires.
Pothole Problems Continuing Along Baltimore-Washington Parkway, Gov. Hogan Calling For ChangeThe problems with potholes continues on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, and now Gov. Larry Hogan is stepping in to try to fix the situation.
National Park Service Resumes Maintenance On DC-Area Parks Amid ShutdownThe National Park Service will resume trash collection, urgent roadwork and sanitation services at its parks within DC starting Friday.
Colonial-Style Farm To Close Amid Dispute with Park ServiceA colonial-style farm in northern Virginia is slated to close amid a years-long dispute with the National Park Service.
Visitors Fees To Increase At Antietam National BattlefieldHistory buffs will have to dig deeper into their pockets to visit the Antietam National Battlefield in Maryland.