After 38 years, The Queen is giving up her throne. She opens up about her retirement with Bryan Nehman. http://www.wbal.com/article/114291/21/sarah-fleischer-baltimores-queen-of-rock-announces-retirement
Oddly one of the most soft spoken players on the Navy football team just happens to be the biggest starting center in Navy football history. He's Maurice Morris. And what a season he and his fellow offensive linemen are having for the Midshipmen opening up holes for one of the strongest running attacks in college football. Listen to Scott Wykoff's WBAL Radio interview with the 6-2 327 lbs Senior Midshipmen from La Porte, Texas.
In 1996, it was just an idea, a race for people with ALL kinds of cancer, because that kind of race didn’t exist in Baltimore. Who would have ever dreamed that 20 years later, HopeWell Cancer Support would be celebrating its 20th Annual race – the largest gathering of our community, a “HopeWell Village” for all to see. On Sunday, April 23rd, at 8:30 AM at Goucher College, more than 1,400 runners and walkers will gather in honor and memory of their loved ones. REACHOUT & RUN is a day to celebrate life and hope. Listen to Scott Wykoff's WBAL NewsRadio 1090 interview with race director Elise Ziv.
On the morning of December 29, a news conference was held at the R. Adams Cowley, Shock Trauma Center of the Unviersity of Maryland Medical Center on the condition of Queen Anne's County Deputy First Class Warren Hogan. Speakers are Maryland State Police Spokesman Greg Shipley, Queen Anne's County Sheriff Gary Hoffman and Dr. Thomas Scalea, director of Shock Trauma.