With all the storylines this week, fans say a win in Thursday night’s prime time game is exactly what the Ravens and the city needed.
The Civil War clash known as “the battle that saved Washington” could more accurately be labeled “the battle that saved Lincoln’s re-election,” a prominent preservationist said Wednesday as the National Park Service marked the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Monocacy.
History will show that Simon Pagenaud won the 2013 Grand Prix of Baltimore. The lasting image of Sunday’s race, however, will be Scott Dixon stuck in his car against the wall after another unfortunate run-in with rival Will Power.
Panic near the parade route. A 15-year-old boy was stabbed to death just blocks from the Ravens’ Super Bowl victory party. Now, six months later, another teen is arrested and charged in the murder.
The Ravens’ victory brought tens of thousands of people to the M&T Bank celebration. But in the rush to get a peek at the players, an 11-year-old boy was trampled.
Charm City was out in full force Tuesday. Fans donned purple and black and cheered on their Super Bowl champion Ravens in a victory parade. Here’s a recap– just in case you missed it!
Right after the Ravens’ win, chaos erupted on city streets.
There will be street closures and parking restrictions in effect for the Ravens Super Bowl Victory Parade. The parade will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 5, rain or shine.
The Ravens pulled out a come-from-behind, overtime win at San Diego Sunday. Mike Preston was all smiles (yep, believe it or not).
Two years after his life and career came crashing down, Tiger Woods is a winner again.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh arrived for work in a good mood Tuesday morning following the San Francisco 49ers’ victory Monday night over the Pittsburgh Steelers. And with good reason: The Ravens moved back into first place with the Steelers’ loss.
Rapid Redux, a five-year-old thoroughbred gelding, made history Thursday with a 19th consecutive win in Laurel Park. He joins two other horses with the victory.