City recreation centers, parks will get upgrades from ARPA funds It looks like Baltimore’s City recreation parks, centers, trails, and more will get some well needed funds for some well needed changes. Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced an allocation of $41 million dollars for the recreation infrastructure and said he believes the investment will give […]
One-Armed Internet Sensation Hansel Emmanuel Donato Domínguez Receives D1 Basketball Offer From HBCU Sometimes there are stories that show you how resilient we can be as human beings and this story is one of those inspirational stories. Hansel Emmanuel Donato Domínguez now seventeen years old lost his arm when he was 6 when a wall […]
The Buzz: Barack Obama is Getting In The NBA We know and seen # 44 former President Barrack Obama loves and can even play a little basketball. Well it looks like Barrack will be taking his talents to the NBA. Yes , well not as a player but the league announced that he is now […]
A Big congratulation goes out to Wyatt Oroke who is a 7th and 8th grade English teacher at City Springs Elementary/Middle School, on East Pratt Street and now also Maryland’s Teacher of the Year for 2020-2021. Mr. Oroke, who is also known as “Mr. O,” was chosen from seven finalists from Maryland’s 24 public school systems. The […]
Covid-19 which sounds like a super drug is definitely trending around the world and more and more people are coming down with the new virus that has the globe paranoid. Now as it gets closer to home more people are contracting the virus and now it has hit the NBA. Center Rudy Gobert who plays […]
The University of Maryland Baltimore County men's basketball team has had quite a run this season.
Many Americans are pretending to handle business in the office today, but we know it’s all about the brackets! The NCAA Tournament officially gets rolling today with 16 first round games on tap. Notre Dame and Princeton hook-up in the West Regional in Buffalo to get things started this afternoon. Shortly after that, Virginia clashes […]
NCAA First Four action is getting underway in Dayton. Tonight, New Orleans faces Mount St. Mary’s, followed by Wake Forest against Kansas State. Wednesday, North Carolina Central clashes with UC Davis and USC will play Providence. Follow me on Snapchat, Instagram, and Twitter: MistyJRadio source: 24/7newssource
The newly formed team is a part of the Global Mixed Gender Basketball league.