He is also a regular guest personality on “The Morning Edition.”
Ron, a well-known local radio personality, has worked at several radio stations in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
A native of Baltimore, Ron received an A.A. degree in Radio/TV from the Community College of Baltimore in 1965. He received a B.A. degree in Journalism/Broadcasting: Radio/TV from the University of Maryland, College Park in 1969.
Ron lives in Baltimore City.
More Stories by Ron Matz
Our brutal Baltimore winter is affecting many businesses, including the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland. The deep freeze has led to a drop in cookie sales.
One of Baltimore’s most popular radio personalities was drinking on the air Friday morning, and it was for a good reason.
It’s a Highlandtown market known for its fine Italian food and friendship, and now it’s celebrating 100 years in business.
She was born and raised here in Baltimore, and she’s been in the music business for more than 20 years. Maysa Leaks has done it all.
They’re world-renowned for restaurant surveys, and Saturday Zagat is coming to Baltimore to find out where you like to shop.
If you’re a foodie, all roads lead to Baltimore County. The county has just begun its expanded Winter Restaurant Week.
A long time ago in Baltimore a husband and wife had a dream to open a restaurant in Little Italy. Their dream became a reality.
The canned goods and other foods are flowing into the Pratt Central Library and other branches. It’s Food for Fines, a chance to pay off your overdue books and at the same time help the Maryland Food Bank.
There was lots of excitement at the National Aquarium in Baltimore on Tuesday as a rare lobster came home to Maryland.
The weather elsewhere, as well as here, has left many passengers grounded at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport.
A major milestone is being marked in Baltimore, and it centers on the area’s cats and dogs.
If you love animals, there’s a way to help them as we near the end of the year. It’s called Presents for Pets.