Maryland State Police To Look For Impaired, Distracted Drivers This New Year's EveNew Year's Eve may not be full of parties this year, but Maryland State Police and the MDTA will still be on the lookout for drivers violating laws.
Virtual New Year's Eve: How To Watch Streaming Celebrations Across The CountryThe normal large gatherings on New Year's Eve won't be happening this year but cities across the U.S. are holding virtual celebrations for adults and kids.
Ocean City, Maryland July 4th Fireworks To Be Saved For New Year's Eve Show2020 will end with a bang in Ocean City, Maryland. 
Welcome, Amar, The First Baby Born In Baltimore Area In 2020Amar was crowned Baby New Year for being the first baby born at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center -- and possibly in the entire state of Maryland -- this decade.
How To Succeed At Your New Year's Resolutions This YearDo you want to eat better, exercise more, stop vaping or lose weight? Great. Now's the time to set those New Year's resolutions.
Excitement Builds As Thousands Flock To Inner Harbor To Ring In 2020From Baltimore and beyond, thousands of revelers flocked to the Inner Harbor to ice skate, listen to live music and watch the fireworks as a new year and a new decade arrived.
Here Are Baltimore Mayor Jack Young's New Year's Resolutions For CityAs Baltimore enters a new year and a new decade, Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young is looking ahead to what he wants to see improve for the city in 2020.
Baltimore Police Offer New Year's Eve Safety TipsIt's the end of 2019, and Baltimore police are offering a number of tips to help residents and visitors alike ring in the new year safely.
Thousands Expected To Ring In 2020 At Baltimore's Inner HarborIn just hours, fireworks will fill the sky as we say farewell to 2019 and welcome a new year and a new decade.
Final Preparations Underway For Inner Harbor New Year's Eve Fireworks DisplayFor more than 40 years, Baltimore has welcomed the new year with fireworks at the Inner Harbor.
Travel Officials Warn Drivers To Drive Sober, Or Stay Home On New Year's EveAccording to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 10,500 people died in alcohol-related crashes last year.