Many local Baltimore Ravens merchandise retailers are reaping the benefits of the team's winning season and playoff berth. Dan "The T-shirt Man" McClure, co-owner of Raven Fever, said he's had twice as much business as last year. Foodservice equipment and supplies store DePalo & Sons Inc. is used to a slow first quarter, but sales so far this year have gone hand-in-hand with the Ravens' success, according to president and CEO Tony DePalo.Read More »
Gov. Martin O’Malley, the former mayor of Baltimore, mixed a little pigskin and politics Tuesday in advance of the Sunday’s playoff game between the Houston Texans and his hometown Ravens. Governors and mayors from the states and cities from which ...Read More »
As a former member of The Daily Record’s Editorial Advisory Board, I was disappointed to see the Dec. 27 editorial from several members of the Board (with seven out of the 15 members understandably not joining in the opinion) titled “Reforming ...
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OWINGS MILLS — Baltimore Ravens director of player personnel Eric DeCosta has decided to stay with the team and not pursue general manager jobs elsewhere. The Chicago Bears, St. Louis Rams and the Indianapolis Colts all sought permission to interview ...Read More »
As if Baltimoreans needed a reminder to support their Ravens as they head into the playoffs, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake issued a statement Wednesday urging residents to “Light the city purple.” On Tuesday, members of the Ravens own painting crew sprayed ...Read More »
The Baltimore Ravens spray-painting crew was out again Tuesday morning decorating Federal Hill and War Memorial Plaza in front of City Hall with the team logo in celebration of making the playoffs. Crews will also spray small logos on sidewalks and streets in various locations over the next two weeks.Read More »
Baltimore Ravens fans can now drop off letters to the team in purple mailboxes at a number of Giant Food stores in the state. The team kicked off the promotion Tuesday as it prepares to head into the playoffs. Letters ...Read More »
What were the biggest news stories of 2011? Race cars zooming around the Inner Harbor? Potential promised (new development in Owings Mills) or potential unrealized (development in East Baltimore, the future of horse racing in Maryland)? Maybe it can be ...
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ATLANTA — Jamal Lewis, Dorsey Levens and two other former NFL players have sued the league over brain injuries that they say left them struggling with medical problems years after their playing days ended. Lewis and Levens, along with Fulton ...Read More »
Police say a man accused of taking money from Maryland schools and falsely promising to have members of the Baltimore Ravens make appearances has been arrested. A spokesman for the Queen Anne County sheriff’s office says 62-year-old Joseph Gill, of ...Read More »