Ravens WR Trent Steelman pursues dream of being in NFL

“The NFL is my dream. It’s my lifelong goal.” Those are the words former Army quarterback turned wide receiver Trent Steelman utters when asked about being in the league.

Will Baltimore's Terrance West answer his NFL critics?

Terrance West was drafted in the third round— the 94th overall pick by the Cleveland Browns in 2014. The Dawg Pound was excited to get a big physical running back to fit their ground and pound offense.

Maddox family named 2015 Gordon Johnson ‘Siblings of the Year’

Al Maddox describes the printing business as being in his family’s blood. His grandfather, Gabriel B. Maddox Sr., under the guidance of Booker T. Washington, was the first instructor in printing and established the first printing shop in Tuskegee, Alabama ...

Teen depression and how social media can help or hurt

Recent news stories about cyberbullying, with kids running away, hurting others and even taking their own lives, points to a growing trend with often tragic results.

Ravens LB C.J. Mosley is healthy and looking to follow up outstanding rookie season

C.J. Mosley had an outstanding rookie season last year with the Baltimore Ravens.

Anne Arundel County to start new internship program

County Executive Steve Schuh recently announced that Anne Arundel County will begin accepting applications from graduate and undergraduate college students for a new fall internship program sponsored by the Office of the County Executive.

Ravens coaching staff likes what they see from safety Kendrick Lewis

The Baltimore Ravens have used high draft picks to address the safety position in recent years. Matt Elam was a first round pick in 2013, and Terrence Brooks was a third round selection the following year.

Area teens grow confidence to 'Engineer Like a Girl'

St. Mary’s Ryken High School junior Nicole Hedspeth’s understanding of the vast career opportunities for women engineers grew exponentially—as did her excitement for her future—during the weeklong “Engineer Like a Girl” program at the College of Southern Maryland’s Leonardtown Campus.

AACC Math Professor Selected for National STEM Award

Alycia A. Marshall, Ph.D., chair of Anne Arundel Community College’s mathematics department, was chosen for a top national honor in the science, technology, mathematics and engineering (STEM) field.

The clock is ticking for Ravens Linebacker Arthur Brown

The Baltimore Ravens selected Arthur Brown in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft.

Navy Lt. Cmdr. Jennifer Goodridge of Baltimore participates in humanitarian efforts

Lt. Cmdr. Jennifer Goodridge, a native of Baltimore, Maryland, and family nurse practitioner assigned to Naval Branch Health Clinic New England, Conn., examines a patient at a medical site established at the Centro Escolar Lisandro Larin Zepeda in support of ...

Life In Motion: A Conversation with Ballerina Misty Copeland

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum welcomes renowned ballerina Misty Copeland, the first African-American principal dancer in the history of the prestigious American Ballet Theatre on Saturday, August 1, 2015 at 1 p.m.

Entertainment mogul starts “Backpacks for Baltimore” initiative

Since his rise as an executive at Def Jam Records and Warner Music, Kevin Liles has continued to use his fame and fortune to provide opportunity and hope for those less fortunate.

Baltimore riots: Emails between city leaders show chaos, confusion

Baltimore officials knew protests could erupt the day of Freddie Gray's funeral but were overwhelmed by the riots that followed.

Ravens 2015 Training Camp positional preview: Front Seven

Mosley had wrist surgery and was out for most of the Ravens off season activities.