After another last-place finish in the AL East and with another pending front-office change looming, the future of the franchise is in flux.
The National Weather Service says the St. Mary’s River in southern Maryland is nearing its all-time high.
It has been consistently warm around here lately. So far this month, every day has been at or above average. And for the month, we are averaging 90.8 degrees for our high – about 4 degrees above normal. This heat is going to intensify the next few days before we get a break later this week.
The club has lost eight of nine and are a season high 12 games under .500. Who cares!!!
Pendine Sands, a 7-mile long beach on the south coast of Wales went down in history in 1924 when a journalist and motor racer by the name of Malcolm Campbell broke the world land speed […]
Record crowds are expected downtown Wednesday night as tens of thousands of U2 fans pour into Baltimore.
Here the Orioles sit, approaching .500 again. For the record, I predicted the Orioles to be 79-83, so they’re on the pace that I anticipated. That said, it’s pretty hard to believe where they are considering all the things that have gone wrong.
We did it. We tied the all time May record high temperature of 98 degrees, which was also the record for the date. And this heat is going to stick around.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says the Port of Baltimore has set a new record for its handling of container traffic.
Don and Marty talked to Kimora Lee Simmons. Ron Matz was in Catonsville at Trax On Wax Record Store talking about Record Store Day.
The sunshine is out and we are warming up nicely this afternoon. At 2 p.m., we were already at 81 degrees. The record high for today is 85 degrees and we are going to come very close to that, if not break it this afternoon. Enjoy it today, because big changes are coming our way and very soon.
Well, things are a little more clear this morning. The forecast continues to be in its own world.