Maryland

Local Articles
Original Printings of Historical Texts Showcased at Maryland Stat...

The "Founding Freedoms" exhibit runs daily through November 14 at the Annapolis State House. Visitors can examine printings of the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, and more.

Attractions
A Baltimore Non-Profit Delivers Fresh Pr...

For $5, seniors can receive a box of fruits and vegetables without leaving the house.

Local News
Baltimore's American Visionary Art Museu...

Each of the five winners receives $10,000 and the chance to exhibit art from Oliver's collection.

Local News
Ocean City's 'Jellyfish Festival' Returns for Labor Day Weekend

After a pandemic hiatus last year, Ocean City's ultimate beach bash returns for 2021!

Events
Is It Haunted? Look Out for the Spirits ...

Berlin, Maryland's Atlantic Hotel may have some guests that never left!

Local Culture
Baltimore-Washington Parkway to Close Th...

Starting on Friday at midnight, a portion of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway will be closed, announced the Baltimore City Department of Transportation.

Local News
20 Million Oysters to Be Planted in Maryland's Severn River on Fr...

On Friday, August 20, the Severn River Association and the Oyster Recovery Partnership will be planting 20 million juvenile oysters in Maryland's Severn River, in an effort to improve water quality.

Local News
'OktoBEARfest' Roaring Back to Maryland ...

Two days of beer sampling and live entertainment awaits!

Events
National Aquarium Sends Off Grey Seal to...

"Tom Sawyer" is the third seal to be rehabilitated at the aquarium this year.

Local News
Military bases near Chesapeake Bay contaminated with forever chem...

Nine military bases near the Chesapeake Bay are contaminated with "forever chemicals" from firefighting foams used by the Defense Department, an environmental advocacy group warned this week.

News
National Aquarium Is Offering Free Ticke...

Free admission will be given to anyone who gets a vaccine during the National Aquarium clinics in August and September.

Local News
Howard County to Spend $8 Million on Par...

Howard County has announced it will be using new grant funds to renovate fields, lighting, and playgrounds at three public parks.

Local News
View more "local" news
State Articles
Maryland's Delfest Has Been Canceled for...

DelFest, the bluegrass music festival hosted in Cumberland, Maryland, has been canceled, once again, due to the spread of COVID-19.

Local News
Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge Now Open in DC

The Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge is now open in the District of Columbia. The new bridge has six traffic lanes and four pedestrian overlook areas.

Local News
10 Things You Have to Do in the DMV This...

Feeling a touch blue from summer ending? Check out the events happening this weekend in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia!

Events
Police Install Fencing, Security Cameras...

Law enforcement in D.C. is securing the area around the Capitol ahead of a planned protest on Saturday, September 18. The “Justice for J6” rally is being held in support of people arrested in the riot on Capitol Hill on January 6.

Local News
3 Resources for Marylanders Facing WSSC Water Turnoffs

WSSC Water resumes residential water turnoffs on September 13, 2021. If you're facing potential disruption of service due to a past balance, these resources may be able to help.

Local News
Maryland Mansions: Historic 'Widehall' i...

Welcome to "Widehall." This 18th-century estate has been thoughtfully renovated over the years to create the ultimate waterfront luxury home.

Real Estate
DC Extras Needed for Netflix Film on Civ...

Netflix is requesting extras for a biopic about civil rights figure Bayard Rustin that's set to film in D.C. at Lincoln Memorial next month. The movie will recreate the historic 1963 March on Washington at Lincoln Memorial.

Local News
Amazon Holding Career Day to Fill 40,000 Jobs for HQ2 in Virginia

Many of the 40,000 posted positions will be located at the second company headquarters under construction in Virginia.

Business
Bloody Lane Trail in Maryland Harbors a ...

Antietam Battlefield, otherwise known as Bloody Lane Trail, is the site of one of the Civil War's bloodiest battles. Now it's thought to be haunted.

Local Culture
Love Pyrex? There's a Festival in Maryla...

JoRetro, a shop in Havre De Grace, is a dream come true for any Pyrex lover. The shop holds a festival twice a year to celebrate their love of vintage Pyrex.

Events
Maryland's 6 Best Spots to Grab a Bagel

Nosh on cinnamon raisin, asiago cheese, and "everything" in between at these bagel hot spots in Maryland.

Restaurants
Remaining Disney Stores in Virginia, Mar...

The last three Disney stores in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia will be closing for good by the end of this month.

Business
View more "state" news
National Articles
Here's What You Need to Know About Apple...

If you own any Apple products, listen up! A new report came out about potential spyware hacks and the company replied by rolling out emergency security patches for most of their operating systems.

Tech
Taco Bell Wants Your Used Sauce Packets!

Taco Bell is teaming with TerraCycle in their efforts to go green, as they're encouraging customers to return sauce packets for recycling. This effort is aimed towards more recycling products that have been used.

Products & Promotions
Disney Ditches Virtual Queue System for Popular 'Star Wars' Ride ...

Walt Disney World (WDW) has just announced that it will be temporarily “pausing” the virtual queue service for "Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance" at Disney’s Hollywood Studios park. Instead, there will be the traditional standby line.

Travel
Fall Officially Starts on Wednesday, and...

Autumn officially arrives Wednesday at 3:21 p.m. EDT, and we're ready. While we should have been winding down into milder temps this time of year, the weather has done anything but.

Lifestyle
Old Navy Expands Its Plus Size Product L...

Old Navy evened the playing field with this bold move, mixing extended sizes in with its existing offerings.

Business
Amazon's 'LuLaRich' Pulls Back the Curtain on America's Most Cont...

Let's get real. Amazon's original series "LuLaRich" dives headfirst into the LuLaRoe phenomenon by ripping back the curtain and tossing it out–curtain rod and all.

Style
Cracking the Code on Gen Z Slang: Slaps,...

Need to talk to your kids but can't understand what they're saying? Need a guide to Gen Z slang and lingo? We've got the definitions to "cap," "simp," "sus," and so many more!

Local Culture
Vintage Halloween Costumes That Will Hau...

People of the past brought their creepy A-game to Halloween. From looking at these nightmare-inducing photos, one thing's for sure: our ancestors were obsessed with huge heads, pillowcases, and general creepiness. 

Local Culture
Full List of 2021 Emmy Award Winners

The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards were held Sunday night, and we've got the full list of winners from one of television's biggest award shows. Netflix's "The Crown" took home 7 awards, the biggest haul of the evening!

TV
5 Real-Life Hauntings That Feel Straight...

The world is a spooky place. From "Insidious"-like selfies to possessed dolls, these people claim these hauntings are just like the movies.

Local Culture
Your Ultimate Guide to Black Friday Shop...

To lend a hand, we've put together this guide of everything you need to know about Black Friday 2021, including when it starts, where to shop, and the best deals.

Lifestyle
Dunkaroos Are Back—Here's Where You Can Find Them

Dunkaroos, the popular '90s snack, is making a comeback, and you can find them in an oddly convenient place.

Products & Promotions
View more "national" news