Lifeline, Roland Park, Schools, Sponsored Post

RPCS Senior Liz Schlerf Wins Grand Prize Charles P. McCormick Scholarship Worth $40,000 at the 77th Annual McCormick Unsung Heroes Banquet

0 Written by: | Tuesday, May 02, 2017 1:00pm

RPCS senior Liz Schlerf and Former Raven’s Linebacker Ray Lewis

In a room of 111 athletes from the Baltimore area at the 77thAnnual McCormick Unsung Heroes Banquet, our very own RPCS senior Liz Schlerf was selected as the female grand prize winner and was awarded the Charles P. McCormick Scholarship worth $40,000 over four years. Read More →


Tuesday Morning Headlines: Jones Falls Dumping Investigation Leads to Park Heights Liquor Store; Drone Flies into Helicopter During College Park Fire; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017 7:23am

Trash along the Jones Falls traced to Park Heights liquor store – Baltimore Brew

Arrest made after drone nearly crashes into helicopter at College Park fire, police say – Fox45

A Maryland father and son linked by political ambitions – WYPR

MLB Suspending Red Sox Pitcher Matt Barnes Following Machado Incident – CBS Baltimore

Residents, police gather for community basketball game – WBAL-TV

Featured, Schools

Juan Dixon to Take Over as Head Coach of Coppin State Basketball Program

0 Written by: | Monday, Apr 24, 2017 11:00am

Juan Dixon playing for the Washington Wizards during his final season in 2009. Photo via Keith Allison/Wikimedia Commons.

Terps great Juan Dixon is reportedly returning to Baltimore to coach at Coppin State University.

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Tuesday Morning Headlines: Can Owings Mills Achieve Glory Through More Development?; After Fire, Lanvale Towers Temporarily Condemned; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Apr 18, 2017 7:24am

Oral History: The Wire’s East-West Showdown – Sports Illustrated

Living on the Edge – Baltimore Magazine

Lanvale Towers temporarily condemned after two-alarm fire – Baltimore Sun

Sen. Ben Cardin pledges to fight for Chesapeake Bay funding – ABC2

Brendan Foster Fieldhouse, City Paper photographer and documenter of Baltimore’s punk and metal scenes, has died – City Paper

Culture, Lifeline

Carmelo Anthony is Bringing an International Basketball Tournament to Baltimore

0 Written by: | Friday, Mar 31, 2017 11:35am

Photo via Keith Allison/Wikimedia Commons

Carmelo Anthony, arguably the most famous Baltimore-born basketball player on Earth, is bringing a cash-prize basketball competition back home.

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Both Maryland Schools Make Early Exits from Men’s March Madness

0 Written by: | Friday, Mar 17, 2017 11:32am

Photo via Wikimedia Commons

Neither the Terps nor Mount St. Mary’s will be making any runs in this year’s NCAA Tournament.

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Culture, Schools

Maryland’s No. 6 NCAA Tournament Seed is Awfully High, Analysts Say

0 Written by: | Monday, Mar 13, 2017 1:15pm

Photo via University of Maryland

Yesterday was a long day for the University of Maryland men’s basketball team, but when Selection Sunday was all said and done, the Terps had snagged a surprising no. 6 seed for their March Madness matchup against Xavier University.

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Monday Morning Headlines: Heavy Snow Expected Monday and Tuesday; Perry Hall Takes Home State Basketball Championship; and More

0 Written by: | Monday, Mar 13, 2017 7:23am

Perry Hall wins first boys basketball state title in program history – ABC2

Study: Campaign Leads To Drop In Soda Sales In Howard County – WBAL

New Baltimore wellness center works to reduce stigma of mental illness – Baltimore Sun

Winter strikes back: Nor’easter expected to unleash heavy snow – WTOP

Police investigating human trafficking in disappearance of Western High 10th grader – Fox45

Money & Power, Schools

City Settles With Youth Basketball Ref Who Was Attacked by Coach, Fans

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jan 12, 2017 3:15pm

A youth basketball ref is set to be paid a settlement from the city after getting seriously hurt at a game. A coach and spectators were responsible for the injuries. Read More →

Money & Power

UMD Basketball Coach Inks Lucrative Contract Extension

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 2:55pm

Courtesy UMD Athletics

Courtesy UMD Athletics

Mark Turgeon’s strong run so far as head coach for the University of Maryland men’s basketball program has rewarded him with a four-year contract extension that includes a raise beginning with this season.

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