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Basketball season is just around the corner.

Though it rained an hour north, a break in the weather helped produce a successful Jim MacKay Maryland Million day Oct. 22 at Laurel Park.

A great time was had by all on another picture-perfect Jim McKay Maryland Million Day.

After the NCAA announced on Sept. 12 that it would relocate seven 2016-17 championship events from North Carolina due to the passing of House Bill 2, which invalidated local ordinances granting...

It’s a match made in the state of Maryland.

According to its website, the mission for Maryland Sports is to "enhance Maryland's economy, image and quality of life through the attraction, promotion, retention and development of regional,...

In one way or another, Cricket Goodall has been involved with Maryland Million from the very beginning. She was working on a farm when the innovative concept of a... 

The United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) has announced its Eastern World Series will return to Delmarva in 2016, marking the tenth consecutive year the shore has hosted the...

The Maryland Office of Tourism Development (OTD) – an agency of the Maryland Department of Commerce – and the Maryland Tourism Development Board (MTDB) presented their 2015 Maryland Tourism Awards...

The Mid-Atlantic Amateur Sports Alliance (MAASA) received a 2015 Maryland Tourism Award during Maryland’s 35th Annual Tourism & Travel Summit, held in Ellicott City, MD. The awards were...

For the second time in three years, Dave Berdan of Owings Mills has won the Baltimore Marathon. Berdan, who missed last year's race due to a hip injury, crossed the finish line with a time of 2:30...

The 30th edition of the Jim McKay Maryland Million Oct. 17 at Laurel Park generated a 34.9% increase in handle and a 5.6% rise in attendance, compared with last year's event. A crowd of 19,119...

The rolling hills of the Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area property that borders Gallaher Road played host over the weekend to horses, riders and owners with hopes of being selected to...

Since its inception in 1981, Salisbury’s annual holiday basketball tournament has always set out to accomplish three things. To allow Bayside Conference teams to play against tough and unfamiliar...

For the second time in three years, the Maryland football team will play a game at M&T Bank Stadium in 2015 – this time against Penn State in what Terps fans hope will be part of a renewed...

On Oct. 17, runners from around the world will gather in Baltimore to compete and celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Baltimore Running Festival. Corrigan knows the race has economic impact for...

A  revival of Maryland horse racing, along with the state's breeding industry that makes racing possible, is far from complete. However, horse racing industry loyalists have remained steadfast in...

The Bassmaster Elite Series announced its 2016 tournament schedule, which includes Smallwood State Park in Charles County. Next year’s tournament will allow the nation’s top professional bass...

Amelia Moore of Millersville decisioned Mioshia Wagoner of Lawrence, Kan., 3-0, in a 132-pound consolation bout Friday night at the Pathway to Glory Olympic Trials Qualifier II for Women in...

Despite the crowd being the smallest for an international soccer game in Baltimore in recent years, Ravens senior vice-president and director of stadium operations Roy Sommerhof was pleased with...

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