Headlines: Ravens Dominate Local Media Coverage
Take a look at some of the top news from local news media this weekend.
Ray Lewis’ Last Dance
The Baltimore Sun covers Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis’ last game in Baltimore. The 17-year veteran announced last week that he will retire when the team’s playoff run ends. Lewis, who was the team’s second ever draft pick after moving from Cleveland, has become a sports icon in the city.
Ravens Defeat Colts 24-9
WBAL-TV recaps the Ravens’ victory against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. The home team won its first round tilt behind a record setting performance by wide receiver Anquan Boldin.
Ravens Fans Honor Ray Lewis
WBFF-TV spoke with Ravens fans who were celebrating Ray Lewis’ last home game in their own unique ways.
Homeless Run Baltimore's "Street Paper"
The Baltimore Sun reports on Word on the Street, a quarterly newspaper that is run by currently and formerly homeless people. The newspaper, which was launched by staff at Health Care for the Homeless in Baltimore, covers issues important to the area's homeless population.
ESPN Zone Workers Rally After Court Victory
The Baltimore Brew reports United Workers rallied in front of the former ESPN Zone in the Inner Harbor after a federal judge ruled last week that a Walt Disney Co. subsidiary under paid workers when the restaurant abruptly closed in 2010.
Residents Rally Against "Gay Bashing"
Hassan Giordano, of Examiner.com, writes about a rally in East Baltimore condemning violence against lesbian, gay and transgendered residents "that remains an unspoken taboo amongst the African American communities."
Atmospheric Changes May Bring Cold, Snow
WMAR-TV reports that despite warm temperatures being expected this week that changes in atmospheric conditions could eventually bring "brutal cold" and snow.