Changes Coming To DC's 2021 Cherry Blossom Festival Due To COVID-19For the second year in a row, the National Cherry Blossom Festival in the nation's capital will look different due to COVID-19.
Maryland Highway Officials Urge Motorists To Travel Off-Peak During Labor Day WeekendMaryland state highway officials are urging motorists to travel during off-peak hours and focus on safety during Labor Day weekend.
Anne Arundel County Fair Canceled Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe board of the Anne Arundel County fair voted this week to call off the annual event.
Several Baltimore Swimming Pools Reopen With Limited Capacity Due To CoronavirusFive of Baltimore's city pools reopened Monday with a number of changes in place due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ahead Of July 4th, Baltimore Officials Warn Of Dangers With Illegal Fireworks, SparklersBaltimore's iconic July 4th fireworks display will not be happening this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
July 4th Flyover: Here's When & Where You Can Watch ‘Salute To The Great Cities Of The American Revolution’ In BaltimoreAs America celebrates its 244th birthday this weekend, Baltimore residents will be able to see five waves of Air Force and Marine Corps jets flying over the city in honor of Independence Day.
President Trump Plans Huge July 4th Fireworks Show Despite DC's ConcernsPresident Donald Trump's July Fourth celebration on the National Mall will feature one of the largest fireworks displays ever and as many as 300,000 face masks will be given away to those who want them — but despite health concerns from D.C.'s mayor, no one apparently will be required to wear them.
Hitting The Skies For July 4th? Here's What The TSA Says You Should Keep In MindAs the July 4th holiday weekend approaches, the TSA has put out a list of things travelers should keep in mind to get through security screenings quicker and safely.
July Fourth Celebration Will Include East Coast Flyovers, Including Over BaltimoreMilitary planes will conduct flyovers in a handful of major cities along the East Coast as part of this year's July Fourth celebration amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland Ranks Third Best State In U.S. For Summer CookoutsMaryland ranks just behind the Carolinas for most mentions of cookouts and barbecues in the U.S. over the last month according to a study of geotagged tweets.
Hersheypark To Reopen July 3 With New Roller CoasterHersheypark is getting ready to reopen after the coronavirus pandemic closed the park in March.
Infrared Scanner Helps Padonia Park Club Screen Visitors For Fever Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs most of Maryland moves into the second phase of Gov. Larry Hogan's Roadmap to Recovery plan amid the coronavirus pandemic, more businesses are able to reopen their doors, including some pools.
Reopening Maryland: Health Officials Worry The COVID-19 Could Spread As Crowds Gather At The Beach, Summer EventsAs the state continues to loosen coronavirus restrictions, health officials are worried about the spread of COVID-19 as crowds head to the beach and other summer destinations where they will be in close proximity with others.
President Trump Visits Fort McHenry For Memorial Day Ceremony Despite Baltimore City Leaders' Pleas To Stay HomeDespite pleas from Baltimore Mayor Jack Young to stay home, President Donald Trump was at Fort McHenry on Monday for a Memorial Day ceremony.
Marylanders Flock To State Parks On Memorial Day Weekend, Causing Some To Temporarily Close To New VisitorsWith nice weather on tap across Maryland on Memorial Day, many people headed to state parks to enjoy the outdoors. The number of park visitors, though, led some to temporarily close to new visitors.