I must admit, since joining the powerhouse of 105.7 The Fan two years ago, I’ve been priviledged some pretty decent assignments.
Congrats to Baltimore native Ashley Clem who not only climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa, but upon reaching the summit she showed off her hometown colors by posing for a photograph with an Orioles flag and her Ravens cap.
While many people were hooting and hollering during last Saturday’s double overtime win against the Denver Bronocs, few did it with as much dramatic flair and finesse as Bel Air resident Keith Letourneau.
The saying ‘Better Late Than Never’ really means something to a Cumberland woman. Dorothy Yeager just saw her first Orioles game. It’s always a coming-of-age moment for a child, and also in this instance, for a woman who’s 97.
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It’s a feat for anyone to catch a ball at a Major League Baseball game, but one local O’s fan caught three home runs three nights in a row.
It’s Maryland vs. Duke Wednesday night on the basketball court and that could mean dangerous student crowds at College Park.