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By DAVE McMILLION | | January 22, 2012
The room was charged with energy through much of the game as Baltimore Ravens fans jumped to their feet and pumped their fists in the air during the nail-biting AFC championship game against the New England Patriots. Then it came to an end when Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff missed a field goal, ending the team's chances of keeping the game alive with a tie. The Hub City Ravens Roost room in Always Ron's Restaurant & Catering on Burhans Boulevard fell suddenly quiet as fans walked out the doors in disbelief.
January 15, 2012
The Baltimore Ravens took the early lead and hung on to defeat the Houston Texans, 20-13, in an AFC divisional playoff game Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. The Ravens will face the New England Patriots next Sunday at 3 p.m. in Foxboro, Mass., in the AFC championship game.
December 5, 2011
"Thursday, Nov. 24, paper, someone from Hagerstown said about how it's unsafe for the Greyhound to be there on the Dual Highway. ... They are on the Dual Highway, but it's way out by Foxshire ... where Dunkin' Donuts is. It's in the lower level. " - Smithsburg "Just want to say this: There's some great people in the world. Tuesday evening at (a restaurant) on the Dual, I'd like to give a big thanks to the gentleman who I believe is an employee there, who came out and got my son's wheelchair up when he went off the curb because of a vision problem.
October 10, 2011
Colby Robinson, a graduate of South Hagerstown High School and son of Jay and Christy Robinson of Hagerstown, earned scholarships and awards from two organizations. He was named the recipient of a four-year Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship. The scholarship process required Colby to complete an application with essays and conduct a one-on-one interview with a Naval commander. The scholarship process was  competitive, with several thousand students applying for only a couple thousand scholarships available nationwide.
Ellen Rowland | Around North Hagerstown | July 10, 2011
Children In Need Inc. was the latest recipient of a Tri-State Ravens Nest 12 charitable donation. Mike Vaughn and Mike Mills, on behalf of the Ravens Nest, presented a check for $250 to Ann Martin, director. Children In Need provides assistance to Washington County schoolchildren with school supplies and clothing. The Ravens Nest also has an ongoing drive to collect gently used children’s clothing for Children In Need. For more information, call Vaughn at 717-597-9740.
May 25, 2011
Former NFL kicker Matt Stover will retire after a stellar career in which he scored more than 2,000 points. The Ravens say Stover will make the announcement this afternoon at Baltimore’s training complex. Stover, 43, ranks fourth in NFL history with 2,004 points. He made 471 field goals, connecting on 83.7 percent of his attempts — the seventh-best success rate in league history. Drafted by the New York Giants in the 12th round of the 1990 draft, Stover spent his first season on injured reserve before signing as a free agent in 1991 with the Cleveland Browns.
By BOB PARASILITI | | April 9, 2011
Even though he works in football, Baltimore Ravens coach Ted Monachino now knows how a relief pitcher feels. On Saturday, he got the call to take over for linebacker Terrell Suggs. He was on hand to accept the player of the year honors during the Ravens Roost No. 7 Double EE banquet at the Hagerstown Elks Lodge. It’s just the way things go these days for the Ravens and the rest of the National Football League. The league is in lockout status after the collective bargaining agreement expired last month, so there aren’t any players working out, let alone accepting awards.
By DAN DEARTH | | January 15, 2011
Two bears were spotted Friday on Baltimore Street in Funkstown rummaging for scraps of burger — Ben Roethlisberger that is. The stuffed bears, dressed in Baltimore Ravens outfits, are how Valley Antiques and Uniques is showng its support for the Ravens when they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers today in the second round of the NFL playoffs. Valley Antiques and Uniques Manager Patty Owens said the bears are a way to have some fun celebrating the bitter rivalry. "People drive by and have stopped and taken pictures of them," Owens said.
January 9, 2011
Ray Lewis knows a championship defense when he sees one. Now the Kansas City Chiefs do, too. Lewis and Baltimore’s tough and savvy defense overwhelmed the young Chiefs on Sunday, sacking Matt Cassel three times and forcing five turnovers in a 30-7 victory in the opening round of the playoffs. The Chiefs (10-7), who won the AFC West with a six-game improvement and took pride in not beating themselves, managed just 25 yards in the second half. “To set records is one thing,” said Lewis, who forced a fumble and had a sack in the second-half dismantling of the Chiefs.
September 21, 2010
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- Quarterback Joe Flacco is a big reason why the Baltimore Ravens are struggling to score points. Coach John Harbaugh Monday guaranteed that his third-year signal-caller will play better. He needs him to turn around quickly. The third-year quarterback threw a career-high four interceptions in Sunday's 15-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. In Baltimore's opener, a 10-9 win over the New York Jets, Flacco lost a fumble and threw an interception. Because of their offensive struggles the Ravens trail unbeaten Pittsburgh in the AFC North despite not having given up a touchdown.
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