Former Orioles great Adam Jones didn’t entirely shut the door on his playing career. But in an article for The Players’ Tribune, Jones hinted at his time playing baseball reaching an end, reminiscing on his time in Japan as the “perfect sendoff.”
Orioles minor league report: Adley Rutschman has quiet week with Triple-A Norfolk but international signings shine
Despite some hopes among the fan base that Monday would mark the day the Orioles promoted top prospect Adley Rutschman for his major league debut, it seems he will at least begin the week with Triple-A Norfolk.
$1.2 billion for Maryland schools, medical facilities, parks and more among 140 bills signed by Gov. Larry Hogan
Gov. Larry Hogan signed a $1.2 billion capital budget, a cap on insulin prices and 138 other bills Monday in Annapolis.
In his first novel, the 76-year-old Waters is as politically incorrect as ever. His fans deserve no less.
With latest easement approval, Carroll County gets closer to goal of preserving 100,000 acres of farmland
The Carroll County government is a few hundred acres closer to meeting its goal of 100,000 preserved agricultural acres after adding a new easement in Westminster of about 105 acres.
Naval Academy rounds out year with grueling Sea Trials, Herndon Monument climb, celebratory Commissioning Week
An 14-hour endurance test for the freshman class signals the open of Commissioning Week activities at the U.S. Naval Academy. Graduation events will traffic disruptions, the Blue Angels and the president to Annapolis.
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Shaylan Ahearn’s success on draws propels No. 2 seed Maryland women’s lacrosse to 19-6 rout of Duke in NCAA Tournament
At 5-foot-7, Shaylan Ahearn outdueled Maddie Jenner, the nation’s leader in draw controls and the NCAA single-season record holder in that department, and Maryland took advantage on offense and defense to advance to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.
Bluegill fishing is another rite of spring along with shad and shallow water bass fishing. This is easy fishing that provides lots of action with fly or spinning tackle. It’s also a great opportunity for kids and beginners.
Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action on Saturday, May 14.