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  • Famous Baltimore sports villains

    Famous Baltimore sports villains
    Hines Ward may be on his way out of Pittsburgh, but he won't soon be forgotten by Ravens fans. The Pittsburgh Steelers haven't made a decision yet on whether or not the wide receiver and his maddening, ever-present smile will be back in 2012, but here's a...
  • University of Baltimore launches recycling campaign

    University of Baltimore launches recycling campaign
    A new recycling campaign at the University of Baltimore is urging residents to vote with their trash. University officials are inviting Baltimoreans to answer questions about the city by placing their recycled trash in one of four see-through bins on...
  • Mount St. Mary's at Towson: Three things to watch

    Mount St. Mary's at Towson: Three things to watch
    Mount St. Mary’s hasn’t beaten Towson since March 26, 1975, when the Mountaineers (1-1) escaped with a 1-0 decision. The Tigers (1-2) have won six of the seven contests in this series, including last year’s 11-3 rout in Emmittsburg....
  • Scouting reports: Towson vs. Colgate, Morgan State vs. Howard

    Scouting reports: Towson vs. Colgate, Morgan State vs. Howard
    Colgate (1-2, 0-1 Patriot)@Towson (2-0, 1-0 CAA) Time: Saturday, 7 p.m. Site: Johnny Unitas Stadium Radio: 1570 AM Series: Colgate leads 9-0. What's at stake: After defeating Villanova, then No. 20 in the Football Championship Subdivision, two...
  • With win over Villanova, Towson shows signs of a turnaround

    With win over Villanova, Towson shows signs of a turnaround
    Rob Ambrose could see it coming. As much as everyone outside the Towson University football program was shocked two weeks ago when the host Tigers upset Villanova, then No. 20 in the Football Championship Subdivision rankings, Ambrose and his team were...
  • Towson still unbeaten after 42-17 win over Colgate

    Towson still unbeaten after 42-17 win over Colgate
    Bring on Maryland. Towson's turnaround season, which began in earnest two weeks ago with the school's first win over a ranked team in four years, continued at Johnny Unitas Stadium Saturday night with a dominating 42-17 victory over Colgate. It was...
  • Seven Baltimore Colts greats to be inducted into Hall of Legends

    Seven Baltimore Colts greats to be inducted into Hall of Legends
    Baltimore Colts Hall of Famers Art Donovan, Lenny Moore, Gino Marchetti, Raymond Berry, Weeb Ewbank, John Mackey and Jim Parker will be inducted into the Hall of Legends at the Sports Legends Museum on Dec. 6, the Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation announced...
  • After a few detours, Towson's West finding his way

    After a few detours, Towson's West finding his way
    Rob Ambrose wasn't sure what to make of Terrance West when the freshman tailback first arrived at Towson last January, and he still wasn't sure what to do with West when the Tigers began their season earlier this month. Even during the season opener...
  • Ravens plan Breast Cancer Awareness Month initiatives

    Ravens plan Breast Cancer Awareness Month initiatives
    Country music superstar Martina McBride will sing the national anthem before Sunday's Ravens-Jets nationally televised game and she will be joined by breast cancer survivors and those undergoing treatment. It's part of the Ravens' effort to help...
  • Joseph Lee 'Spanky' Reppert

    Joseph Lee 'Spanky' Reppert
    Joseph Lee "Spanky" Reppert, a highly regarded former lacrosse official who founded two leagues, died Wednesday of a stroke at Bethany House Hospice in Auburn, Ala. The former longtime resident of Tally Ho Road in Lutherville was 66. The son of a...
  • Philip Thomas Clark Sr.

    Philip Thomas Clark Sr., a retired jack operator who had worked for the Acme grocery store chain for more than three decades, died Sunday of complications from diabetes at Seasons Hospice at Northwest Hospital. The longtime Baltimore Highlands resident...