Baltimore Ranks Ninth In Country For Highest Heat Index ScoresA Climate Central report this month has among the highest Heat Index Scores in the country.
Sand Taxi Business In Ocean Comes To An Abrupt End Following New OrdinanceSand Taxi services in Ocean City came to an abrupt end after the city adopted a new ordinance.
Cicadas Are Finally Gone, But They Left A Little Parting GiftAfter a noisy few weeks, the cicadas have finally cleared out but not without leaving us with a parting gift.
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.
Maryland Department Of Health Gives Tips On How To Avoid Heat-Related IllnessThe Maryland Department of Health is urging Marylanders to take precautions and to follow safety tips to avoid illness related to the intense heat.
Baltimore County Summer Lunch Program Starts Next WeekBaltimore County Schools announced Thursday that its summer lunch program starts Monday, June 28. Free summer meals are provided to anyone under 18 through the program.
Summer Camps Prepare For 'Back To Normal' As Covid Restrictions EaseAs statewide Covid-19 restrictions soon loosen in Maryland, summer camps will have more flexibility and fewer rules.
Love Them Or Hate Them, Cicadas Are Here For A Little While LongerWhether you love them or hate them, Brood X Cicadas are here for a little longer. Once they die off, the annual cicada will be singing in the trees.
Twitter Data Reveals Maryland's Favorite And Most Reviled Cookout DishesThe summer barbecue season is here. If you want some ideas on what to bring to the cookout, well, suggestions might differ by state.
Ocean City Officials Ask Visitors To Be Patient As They Continue To Struggle With Staffing Hotels, Restaurants And AttractionsThe Town of Ocean City is asking visitors to pack their patience, as a workforce shortage has wait times at restaurants, hotels and attraction longer than normal.
Baltimore Pools Opened Saturday, Celebration PostponedBaltimore pools are ready for summer as Recreation and Parks moves into Phase 2 reopening Saturday, in which city pools and more rec centers return.
Ocean City, Maryland Businesses Struggling To Find People To Work This SummerMany tourism and hospitality industries are struggling to find and hire employees, including in Ocean City.
Maryland Health Officials Launch New Initiative To Encourage Continued COVID TestingThe Maryland Department of Health launched the "Don't Invite COVID" campaign to encourage Marylanders to continue to get tested for COVID-19 and participate in contact tracing after a positive test result or exposure.
Inflatable Old Bay Pools, Slip N' Slides Now For SaleAs summer unofficially comes to an end, you might be looking for a way to cool off one last time.
2 More Heat-Related Deaths Reported In Maryland, Bringing 2020 Total To 7Two more heat-related deaths were reported in Maryland this week, bringing the seasonal total to seven, a weekly report from the Maryland Department of Health shows.