Catching up with ... former Colts cornerback Norm Thompson
Catching up with former Colts cornerback Norm Thompson
Take 10: Pastor Michael Phillips of Kingdom Life Church shares his favorite things
Pastor Michael Phillips of Kingdom Life Church shares his 10 favorite things
Digest (Oct. 12): Blast announce schedule for promotions, giveaways
Tickets are on sale for the 10th anniversary Military Bowl at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Dec. 28 at 1:30 p.m. Starting at $25, tickets can be
Catching up with ... former Colts wide receiver Ray Butler
Ray Butler was the Baltimore Colts' last feared receiver, a fast, high-jumping wideout with a nose for the end zone and a soft spot for the city.
Baltimore and John Denver’s ‘Country Boy’ forever linked
While it’s been 20 years since singer John Denver died in an experimental plane crash at Monterey Bay, Calif. — he died on Oct. 12, 1997 — his voice remains a part of a Baltimore tradition.
The Sun Remembers: Oct. 1-7
Kurt Schmoke, Paul Blair and Johnny Unitas are part of This Week in Maryland Sports History
Rodricks: In his autumn years, he's still 'so Brooks'
Legendary Oriole Brooks Robinson helps put the finishing touch on a fan's life.
Catching up with ... former Colts Pro Bowl lineman Chris Hinton
Offensive lineman Chris Hinton, 'the guy in the Elway trade,' had quite a career of his own.
The Sun Remembers: Sept. 24-30
Ken Singleton, Steve Atkins and Joe Bellino are part of This Week in Maryland Sports History
Morgan State celebrates undefeated 1967 football team during Saturday's game
Morgan State celebrates undefeated 1967 football team
The Sun Remembers: Sept. 10-16
Napoleon McCallum, Frank Robinson and Roger Staubach are part of This Week in Maryland Sports History
Maryland deserves 21st century alcohol laws
Will Maryland finally allow beer and wine sales in grocery stores?
The Sun Remembers: Sept. 3-9
Ray Lewis, Curt Schilling and Pam Shriver are part of This Week in Maryland Sports History.
Maryland football fans came to Texas for a tailgate party — and a victory
More than 2,000 Maryland fans witnessed their team's 51-41 upset of Texas in person
Recalling an Oriole named Blas Monaco and his best line
Baltimore story-teller Gilbert Sandler drops a name and we look it up
High school football preseason Top 5: a look at No. 5 Franklin
“I feel defense is going to carry this team,” Franklin coach Anthony Burgos.
Digest: Seven Brigade players earn AFL All-Arena team honors
The Sun Remembers: Aug. 20-26
Don Kellett, Jeff Ballard and Bob Turley are part of this week in Maryland sports.
Peter Schmuck's Camden Yards 25 for 25: The best of Oriole Park after 25 years
Peter Schmuck delivers five lists of five favorite people, places and things
The Sun Remembers: Aug. 13-19
Jesse Orosco, Brooks Robinson and Eddie Murray are part of this week in Maryland sports.
The Sun Remembers: Aug. 6-12
Elrod Hendricks, Ron Hansen and Lenny Moore are part of The Sun Remembers for Aug. 6-12
Armed forces Ravens fan base also split on Colin Kaepernick
Some fans at Ravens "Military Appreciation Day" are critical of Colin Kaepernick and some aren't
Reynolds excited about return to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds returns to Navy-Marine Corp Stadium as he tries to earn a roster spot with the Ravens.
Sports Digest (Aug. 3): Verizon Center could become Capital One Center
Monumental Sports & Entertainment is engaged in active conversations with Capital One about renaming Verizon Center
Fans return to M&T Bank Stadium for Ravens' first open practice
Football returned to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on a beautiful, 80-degree Sunday evening for the first of three preseason training camp practices that are open and free to the public.
Digest (July 27): Outlaws top Bayhawks in overtime, 12-11
The Chesapeake Bayhawks suffered a 12-11 overtime loss to the host Denver Outlaws in Major League Lacrosse on Thursday afternoon. Niko Amato (Maryland) made 18
Digest (July 22): No Dozing captures Concern stakes at Laurel Park; Brigade fall; Bayhawks prevail
An old track and some new equipment proved to be a winning combination for Lael Stables' homebred No Dozing, who was able to overcome an awkward break, an off
Digest (July 21): Brigade hitting road to challenge Valor
The Washington Valor host the Baltimore Brigade tonight at 7. It's the first home game for the Valor since June 3, while the Brigade are playing their first
Digest (July 15): United States cruises past England, 18-1, for 3rd World Cup women's lacrosse win
The United States shut out host England for nearly 38 minutes and cruised to an 18-1 victory Saturday, improving to 3-0 in the Federation of International
50 Things to Do or See in Maryland Sports: Attend City-Poly football and The Game between Mercy and IND
So near and yet so far: Camden Yards warehouse an inviting target, just not within striking distance
The iconic structure at Oriole Park at Camden Yards has been struck on the fly by one home run, by Ken Griffey Jr. at the 1993 All-Star Home Run Derby
Playing, coaching drives Calvert Hall graduate and MLL all-star Brown
Calvert Hall graduate Ryan Brown continues to be consumed with lacrosse.
Moving the Preakness to Laurel Park is a winning bet
A consolidated racing product at Laurel Park would provide lasting benefits for Maryland. Closing Pimlico is a winning bet.
My Dinner with Andy: An Andrew tours Baltimore's food establishments named Andy
Every adult you've ever met named Andy made a decision at some point in their young lives to be taken a little less seriously. Many Andrews do a childhood
Lacrosse: Self-proclaimed lax junkie Brown becoming 'a generational talent'
Brown joined Charlotte last year after a standout career at Hopkins, where he finished as the Blue Jays' second-time leading goal scorer with 159.
The Sun Remembers: July 2-8
Syd Thrift, Carol Mann and Brooks Robinson are part of The Sun Remembers for June 18-24.
The best Baltimore-area events this week: Visionary Pets on Parade, Flicks From the Hill and David Blaine
The best arts and entertainment events in Baltimore the week of July 2-8, 2017.
The 25th All-Star Game was a hit for Baltimore
On July 8, 1958, Baltimore was awash in baseball pageantry, prepped to host the 25th All-Star Game at Memorial Stadium.
The Sun Remembers: June 25-July 1
Steve Francis, George Kell and Frank Robinson are part of The Sun Remembers for June 25-July 1.
Digest: Local players well-represented on Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game roster
Ravens finalize 2017 training camp schedule, which opens July 27
Ravens will have three practices open to the public -- two at M&T Bank Stadium and one at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
The Sun Remembers: June 18-24
Donald Igwebuike, Steve Stone and Alex Olmedo are part of The Sun Remembers for June 18-24.
Former Baltimore Stallions coach Don Matthews dies at age 77
Don Matthews, the former Baltimore Stallions championship-winning coach and a Canadian Football League Hall of Fame inductee, died Wednesday at age 77.
Anna R. Gorman, Baltimore County public schools physical education instructor, dies
Anna R. "Ann" Gorman, 81, a retired Baltimore County public schools physical education instructor and gymnastics teacher, died Wednesday.
Esther C. Bonnet, longtime volunteer who focused on schoolchildren and the elderly
Esther C. Bonnet, 104, a longtime volunteer, died in her sleep Monday at Symphony Manor assisted living in Roland Park.
Marty Costes' diamond development a key for Maryland entering NCAA baseball tourney
Appreciation: Frank Deford, the sports voice of a generation, never forgot his Baltimore roots
Frank Deford, an award-winning sports writer and commentator from Baltimore, has died. He was 78.
Herb Michael, longtime volunteer with Howard County police, dies
Herbert Michael Sr., a Navy veteran and insurance agent who found his passion in retirement volunteering with Howard County police, died of dementia last Monday in hospice care in Southern Maryland.
The Sun Remembers: May 28-June 3
Jonathan Ogden, Moose Haas and Luis Aparicio are part of The Sun Remembers for May 28-June 3.
Digest (May 27): Caps expected to play outdoors at Navy
The NHL plans to announce an outdoor game at the Naval Academy on Monday, and the Washington Capitals are expected to be the home team against the Toronto