The Stronach Group and the Maryland Jockey Club, owners of the legendary Preakness Stakes, announced Sept. 2 that Preakness 145 will proceed without fans in attendance on October 3rd at Pimlico Race Course.
Jennevy Santos has gone to great lengths to chase her dreams.
The 21-year-old from Bayamon, Puerto Rico, is a senior at Morgan State, a valuable team leader and defensive specialist on a Bears volleyball squad that should contend for a MEAC championship whenever such matters can again ascend to the forefront.
Though the 2026 FIFA World Cup is six years off, Maryland officials are making their pitch to bring soccer’s biggest tournament to the Old Line State. A team spearheaded by Maryland Sports executive director Terry Hasseltine and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford presented its bid to FIFA officials July 20, seeking to secure Baltimore as one of the American host cities during the tournament.
Maryland public middle and high schools postpone fall and winter sports seasons during first semester
The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association in consultation with the Maryland State Superintendent of Schools, the Maryland Department of Health, and the Public School Superintendent Association of Maryland has decided to postpone the 2020 high school fall and winter competition season during the first semester.
By Bill Ordine
Prior to start of the current school year, the Henderson-Hopkins school in East Baltimore was a frustrating contradiction.
By Bo Smolka
The Baltimore Ravens are officially Lamar Jackson’s team now.
Head coach John Harbaugh left no doubt, declaring Jackson will be the starter rather than a healthy Joe Flacco when the Ravens host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at M&T Bank Stadium Dec. 16.
By Todd Karpovich
Mike Elias wore a bright orange tie to his introductory news conference as the new general manager of the Baltimore Orioles.
That color could represent his past success with the Houston Astros and future optimism in Baltimore.