As 2013 winds to an end, a look back at the most popular sports stories of the year (determined by your clicks!) is in order. Take a look back at the Baltimore sports fan’s year in sports.
Swift action. Nearly a dozen Anne Arundel County students disciplined, accused of cyberbullying. There have been growing calls for schools to crack down after a series of teen suicides across the country, including here in Maryland.
An online predator may be targeting Baltimore-area private school students. Police and several schools are warning parents about someone who’s been friending their children, then sending explicit videos.
Maryland’s U.S. congressional delegation spent more than $1.1 million sending official mail through the U.S. Postal Service, requiring only their signatures to reach constituents from 2010 through the first quarter of 2013, according to an analysis by The Frederick News-Post.
Baltimore Orioles All-Star Adam Jones claims a fan threw a banana at him during the 9th inning of a game against the San Francisco Giants Sunday.
There’s a new way for Orioles fans to interact with the team. The Birds launched a free digital rewards program Thursday.
Maryland’s venture capital fund has announced that two tech companies in the state will get a total of $350,000.
How many admissions officers are using the internet to screen applicants? What kind of online behavior affects a student’s admission to the college of their choice?
The Maryland State Police has found a modern technique it utilizes when looking for missing children.
Kevin Cowherd, a sportswriter for The Baltimore Sun, joined the Norris and Davis show on Baltimore’s 105-7 THE FAN on Tuesday morning for the final time, who is leaving The Baltimore Sun after over 30 years working there.
Concerns over online privacy on social media websites lead to a new Facebook online safety campaign.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is planning to announce a social media education campaign.