Saturday, July 28, 2012
There's no need to travel far to find outdoor fun in Baltimore County.
Baltimore County is a treasure trove of outdoor destinations. For a quick, easy and inexpensive day trip, check out one of these nearby nature centers or parks. Cromwell Valley Park Lillian Holt Park and Center for the Arts Oregon Ridge Nature Center Marshy Point Nature Center Robert E. Lee Park
Saturday, July 7, 2012
In case you couldn't be there in person, check out the 2012 Fullerton Fireworks in this video.
Members of the Overlea Fullerton Business Professional Association are circulating this video of the 2012 Fullerton Fireworks. The video was shot by Jim Pizzini, Captain of Rosedale Volunteer Fire Department. Did your family enjoy the Fullerton Fireworks? Tell us in the comments.
Friday, July 6, 2012
The National Weather Service is currently predicting a 30 percent chance of severe storms on Sunday.
Here we go again. The National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center in Norman, OK calls for a slight (30 percent) chance of severe storms for most of central and western Maryland on Saturday and across the mid-Atlantic on Sunday. Heather Sheffield, a forecaster with the NWS office in Sterling, VA, said a high pressure system will move into the region Friday evening and early Saturday, while a cold front from the north will move in Sunday afternoon. "It's going to be warm as well on Sunday and that's going to fuel those storms that are ahead of that cold front," Sheffield said. The storms could carry the possibility of high winds and hail. But Sheffield stressed that, despite the plentiful fuel, the storms won't be like last weekend's …
Thursday, July 5, 2012
The 50th annual Fullerton Fireworks celebrated America's birthday.
The weather held up for the 50th Annual Fullerton Fireworks last night. The Linover Improvement Association posted these photos of the show to their Facebook page this morning. Do you have photos from the fireworks display? Share them on Patch! Where's the best place to see the Fullerton Fireworks? Did you enjoy the 50th anniversary display? Tell us in the comments.