A hundred days from Wednesday, the Summer Games will open, but the event is also the beginning of the end of one of the greatest Olympic careers ever. The demands both in and out of the pool are greater than ever for 26-year-old Michael Phelps, but he says he is both excited and at ease heading into his fourth and final Olympics.
As area high schools prepare for proms, Glenelg High is also gearing up for the week before the big dance. Its Prom Safety Week will feature several events that encourage students to make good decisions behind the wheel and is slated to include a visit from a driver who employs safe driving skills for a living.
The state employee who mistakenly included me on an email this week in which she advised a spokeswoman to ¿refrain from discussing [the delayed Grand Prix contract] with the Sun,¿ has responded to my request for clarification.
A reflective Michael Phelps returned Wednessday to what he called the "birthplace" of his Olympic career, Indianapolis, the city where he qualified for his first games and now will compete in five races over the next three days as he prepares for his fourth and final Olympics.
Michael Phelps' surprising decision to swim the punishing 400 individual medley at the Indianapolis Grand Prix on Friday was a topic of discussion today as elite swimmers began arriving for one of the last meets before the London Olympics four months from now.
Making what should have been a victory lap through Maryland on Wednesday, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was forced to defend his conservative credentials after an aide referred to his campaign as an "Etch A Sketch."
Construction magnate and self-described "gearhead" Dale Dillon has built offices for high-speed racing teams, laid tracks for IndyCar contests in two cities and, despite having only one leg, raced open-wheeled cars competitively around the country.
Major League Fishing - a joint venture between the Outdoors Channel and 24 of the top anglers in the country - is trying to reach a larger audience through a new pay-per-view package that will be available on the internet starting this week.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's administration has struck a five-year deal with a new team to manage the Baltimore Grand Prix race that includes new safeguards designed to insulate the city from losses.
City officials are finalizing a five-year deal with a new group to manage the Baltimore Grand Prix race and plan to announce the terms of the deal Wednesday, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's office said Friday.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's guests in the city's private skybox at Ravens games this past season included a small circle of city employees, prominent business leaders, donors to her campaign, and several family members, documents show.