Fourth of July is a major event in Washington, D.C. for obvious reasons. There are several events leading up to and on Independence Day. Parades, concerts, festivals there are some fun activities and events to enjoy.
The Fourth of July is almost here and that means fireworks in the sky for many of us, but for firefighters it means responding to calls for fireworks-related injuries.
Police say a 65-year-old woman was stabbed by an unknown assailant while watching fireworks in a shopping center parking lot.
Several fireworks displays in Maryland will take place on Saturday, with Hurricane Arthur to blame for some local postponements.
Thousands of people sat along the Inner Harbor to see the nearly 20-minute long fireworks show, and it did not disappoint.
Authorities say a 9-year-old boy was severely burned in a fireworks accident in western Maryland.
If you’re planning on going to the National Mall Friday night to party like it’s 1776, this guide has everything you need to know before you go.
Arthur strengthened to a hurricane early Thursday but shouldn’t have a big impact on the Baltimore and Washington area.
Despite initial concerns that Tropical Storm Arthur could compromise the July 4th fireworks in Washington on Friday, the National Mall and Memorial Parks Service says it won’t cancel the display, barring heavy wind or lightning.
Whether you need a little help hosting your own Fourth of July party or are just trying to be as patriotic as possible, this guide has got you covered.