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A lot of people will be hitting the beaches and the boardwalks this weekend, and at the Maryland and Delaware beaches they'll find plenty of boardwalk improvements.
Bathing suit, check. Flip flops, check. It's Memorial Day weekend getaway day, and many local residents plan to spend the long holiday near the ocean.
Ocean City says tourism is looking up and businesses are expanding.
Learn about how you can help the families of fallen troops this Memorial Day.
Many area pools open for the summer Memorial Day Weekend.
WTOP Traffic Reporter Bob Marbourg, who has been following the region's traffic patterns since 1979, offers advice for when to hit the road.
Motorists may want to be careful during the mad dash out of town this holiday weekend: Police will be out in force.
More people in the region are expected to hit the road this year for Memorial Day than last year, partly due to better economic conditions. (AP)
This Memorial Day, some of the area's wounded soldiers will have a whole new way to connect with their families - through laptops.
Travelers take their vacation preparations seriously. So what are they spending on? And, what eyebrow-raising things might they do?