Collegiate coaches moving forward through coronavirus concerns

Athlete eligibility and scholarship availability are two of the biggest questions college coaches are now tasked with moving forward as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the United States.

International ships set sail for Baltimore during Fleet Week

Ships and vessels are a common site in Baltimore’s inner harbor. But today marks the start of Flee Week and ships and sailors from around the world are calling on the city to join in the festivities.

Week 1 for local college football teams was highlighted by Maryland and Virginia Tech’s big wins

Maryland and Virginia Tech both scored big wins.

Navy Marine-Corps Memorial Stadium begins transformation for Capitals Stadium Series match-up

The NHL has officially begun the transformation of the Navy Marine-Corps Memorial Stadium into an outdoor hockey rink where the Washington Capitals will take on the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Dentist takes up sweet collection to spread some cheer

Dental Designs of Whitemarsh is participating in Operation Gratitude for the third straight year. It’s a candy buy back program that sends care packages of food and supplies to both active duty military and veterans all around the globe.

Maryland a battleground state in fight against transgender military ban

WASHINGTON — As legislative and court battles rage over the question of whether transgender people are fit to serve in the military, two service members with ties to Maryland are at the heart of the fight. Regan Kibby, a student…

McCain to Navy: Fix your problem of overworked sailors

WASHINGTON — After four Navy collisions within the past year resulting in the deaths of 17 seamen, Arizona Sen. John McCain on Tuesday told military officials he had arrived at a simple conclusion: sailors are being worked too hard. “All…

More colleges succeed with flexbone, but Navy leads the way

In an age of pass-first offenses, Georgia Tech is the only Power Five program to run the flexbone triple option offense. The system has been favored for decades by head coach Paul Johnson, who brought the philosophy to Atlanta from Navy — the Annapolis program which has been the winningest Division I team to run the fast-paced, run-heavy system.

Md. legislator proposes bill to help secure sporting events

Maryland … is considering legislation that will allow it to bid to keep the game — and other sporting events — in a much more efficient fashion.

Trump budget plan draws mostly negative reviews among Maryland lawmakers

WASHINGTON — Maryland Democrats on Thursday voiced their displeasure with the Trump administration’s budget proposals, citing federal cuts to Chesapeake Bay cleanup efforts, the Appalachian Regional Commission and the National Institutes of Health. “The Trump budget is great if you…