SEE IT: Ocean City Fireworks Explode Accidentally During Setup On July 4th, 7 InjuredOcean City Fire officials confirm a fireworks company worker was injured following an unintentional discharge of fireworks that were being set up on the beach near Dorchester Street.
'Be Free, No Masks' Marylanders Celebrate Fourth Of July Following Ease Of RestrictionsThere are celebrations throughout the state this Fourth of July weekend and some are gathering for the first time in over a year. 
Fourth Of July Fireworks Canceled In Ocean CityOcean City officials announced that firework show displays have been canceled for tonight. 
Fourth Of July Fireworks Displays Return To Maryland: Complete ListA full list of fireworks displays in Maryland for the Fourth of July
1M Marylanders Expected To Travel This The Fourth Of July Holiday, Highest Number In 20 YearsAt least one million Marylanders are expected to hit the road this Fourth of July weekend. That's the highest number in 20 years. 
Baltimore Officials Urge Safe Celebration For Fourth Of July Baltimore officials on Wednesday encouraged Independence Day fun, but warned against the use of illegal fireworks and other dangerous activities this weekend. 
Baltimore City Will Not Host Fourth Of July Firework Display Despite Lifting Some Covid RestrictionsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and other city officials are holding a press conference Wednesday morning on the city's coronavirus response. 
State Fire Marshall Encourages Marylanders To Attend Public Firework DisplaysWith the Fourth of July weekend quickly approaching, officials are encouraging Marylanders to attend public firework displays. 
With Tourism On The Rise, Businesses In Maryland Hope To Have A Better SummerTourism took a huge hit last year because of the pandemic but now with the restrictions now easing, locals are hoping to have a better summer.
AAA: Nearly 960,000 Marylanders Expected To Hit The Road For Independence Day WeekendMore than 47.7 million Americans are expected to travel for the Fourth of July Holiday. At least, 43.6 million are expected to drive including 93 percent of Marylanders. 
Howard County To Host 'Pre-Pandemic' Fourth Of July CelebrationHoward County announced that it’s expanding its Fourth of July celebration after it surpassed a milestone in its vaccination effort. More than 70 percent of the county’s eligible residents are now vaccinated -- more than anywhere else in the state.