Born and raised in Philadelphia and South Jersey, Rick’s thrilled to be working in the Northeast.
Since coming to Baltimore, he’s covered some of the biggest stories throughout the city and our region, including the death of Freddie Gray, the riots and protests that followed and the trials of the officers initially charged in Gray’s death. He was also on scene for the tragic workplace shooting in Harford County and the F2 tornado that ripped through parts of the Eastern Shore. Rick has played a key role in the coverage of several sports-related stories — including the Ray Rice scandal and the controversy surrounding Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem.
Before moving to Baltimore, Rick was the chief reporter for the Collier County bureau at WBBH in Fort Myers/Naples, Florida.
Rick started his career at WMGM-TV in Atlantic City where he was a news and sports anchor/reporter.
He graduated from Widener University in Pennsylvania where he started all four years for the university’s football team as a wide receiver and was selected to play in a national all-star game in Salem, Va.
Rick lives in the city with his wife. They love spending time with their family and friends, and uncovering everything Baltimore has to offer.
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A Baltimore City bill has been submitted to delay the start of “Don’t Block The Box” fines.
Crews worked Thursday to repair the Kelly Avenue Bridge in Mount Washington after a hole opened up overnight.
Another 16-year-old girl was charged as an adult in the carjacking of the pregnant teacher outside a Maryland elementary school.
A Baltimore man’s wife says he was paralyzed in a shooting after returning home from church Monday night.
Students across the country, including here in Maryland, are walking out of school Friday morning as they call for stricter gun control.
The independent review board, which is now handling the investigation of slain Baltimore police Det. Sean Suiter, met for the first time Thursday morning.
Police say two women are lucky to be alive after a pair of road rage incidents occurred just hours apart in Anne Arundel County over the weekend.
After a decline to start the new year, Baltimore City has seen a surge in violence over the past few weeks – including a shootout Monday night that led to a S.W.A.T. raid.
Carroll County School Board Superintendent Stephen Guthrie said Thursday that the student-led protests have become increasingly political.
Police in Baltimore are searching for a man who they say assaulted an MTA bus driver and then fired several gunshots last week.
Big changes are coming to Maryland as a group of political leaders will soon identify what needs to be done to better protect hundreds of schools in the state.
The Ravens’ 2018 preseason schedule has been released, which means the countdown to football has begun.