Maryland Cycling Classic Aims To Generate World-Class Experience For Cyclists, Fans
The first Maryland Cycling Classic will take place Sept. 6, 2020 in the Baltimore area as part of the ProSeries tour, and Maryland Sports executive director Terry Hasseltine and his team are working to make it a "world-class experience" for the cyclists and fans.
Why My Role With The Maryland State Athletic Hall Of Fame Is So Much Fun
For Stan "The Fan" Charles, one of the highlights of his career is serving on the board of the Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame -- and he's filled with excitement about the 2019 class.
Chesapeake Bay Strikers National Champions ... And Making Bowling Cool, Too
The Chesapeake Bay Strikers, a group of five Maryland-based bowlers, won USA Bowling's 15-and-under national team championship in Allen Park, Mich., July 19. They're doing something else for the sport, too.
Five Years Later, Parkville's Ray Lorden Remembers Florida-To-Baltimore Bike Ride
In March 2014, Parkville, Md., native Ray Lorden set out to bike from Florida back home to Baltimore. And he did just that -- with an assist from his wife, Lisa.
Orioles, Ravens Bullish On Opportunities Presented By Baltimore
The Orioles may have struggled to drum up home-game crowds this season, but John Angelos is still bullish on Baltimore -- and Ravens president Dick Cass shares his enthusiasm for the city.
Bill Cole On Preakness Deal: 'You Have To Fight Like Hell' To Keep Race In Baltimore
"We think this is the first solution, living within our means, that preserves the Preakness at Pimlico and preserves horse racing in Maryland for generations," Bill Cole said of the Preakness deal he helped negotiate for the city.
Andrea Chamblee, David Elfin Help Complete John McNamara's 'Capital Of Basketball'
At the time of John McNamara's death, he was working on "The Capital of Basketball," a book about D.C. basketball legends. His wife, Andrea Chamblee, and David Elfin finished the book. "[John] deserved to have the book finished," Chamblee said.
Baltimore Blast Announce 2019-20 Regular Season Schedule
The Baltimore Blast will play a 24-game regular season schedule in 2019-20, starting off at home against Utica City FC Nov. 22.
Earl 'The Pearl' Monroe On Beating Prostate Cancer, Basketball In Baltimore And More
Earl "The Pearl" Monroe, who played for the Baltimore Bullets from 1967-1971, was diagnosed with prostate cancer a few years ago. Now "hopefully cancer-free," Monroe is working to spread awareness of how the disease can be beat.
Grant For Severn Community Center Highlights Money Awarded By Live! Casino And Hotel
"There are just dozens and dozens of organizations that do great work in the community every day and we're happy to be able to support them," Cordish Companies principal Joe Weinberg said as Live! Casino and Hotel awarded more than $18.8 million in grants Sept. 23.
For Baltimore's Ben Levin, Fighting In Octagon A Link To Great-Grandfather
For Baltimore native Ben Levin, MMA fighting is a link to his great-grandfather, Benny, who was a boxer. "I never knew the guy, but he has always crept up in conversation about me," Ben said.
Sinclair's Acquisition Of Regional Sports Networks Brings New Opportunities
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. CEO Chris Ripley sees numerous advantages for Sinclair with its newly acquired portfolio of regional sports networks. At the top of the list: sports betting.
Maryland State Athletic Hall Of Fame Names 2019 Class
The Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame will welcome seven new inductees this year, including Maryland basketball great Walt Williams and Severna Park native Mark Teixeira.
Johnny Holliday, Rick Barry: Friends For 50-Plus Years ... And One-Time Broadcast Partners
Legendary Maryland football and men's basketball play-by-play announcer Johnny Holliday first met NBA Hall of Famer Rick Barry through their time with the Warriors, but the friendship grew as they called University of California's men's basketball games together in the late 1960s.