HYATTSVILLE – Starting on Thursday, May 10, the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) will begin the first rounds of the state baseball playoffs, culminating in a trip to the finals at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen on May 25-26.
BOWIE – The Bowie Baysox were undoubtedly happy to see the Akron RubberDucks leave town on May 6.
SEABROOK – In the race for the District 6 county council seat, two political neophytes are challenging the sitting incumbent, Councilman Derrick Davis. District 6 includes Forestville, District Heights, Kettering, Largo, Mitchellville as well as unincorporated areas of Bowie, Capitol Heights,and Upper Marlboro.
BALTIMORE—The Akron RubberDucks made life tough for the Bowie Baysox last weekend, sweeping a three-game road series.
BOWIE – Following an extensive and passionate public hearing on April 9, the Bowie city council voted to continue with planning a new two-sheet ice rink while investigating options to keep costs down and look for potential sites for new athletic courts.
BOWIE – Having the bases loaded in the ninth inning is a dream scenario for most hitters and a possible nightmare for pitchers. However, the pitching performance by the Bowie Baysox rotation against the Harrisburg Senators on April 8 was nearly unflappable.
BOWIE – The life of a minor-league baseball team is different from those in the major leagues. Rosters change regularly, and teams often look much different at season’s end than when the year began.
BOWIE – Dufour Woolfley won the March 12 Bowie special election for the District 2 city councilmember seat by a significant margin. The special election followed the city’s first ever recorded recall election, in which voters recalled long-time City Councilwoman Diane Polangin in December.
BOWIE - Bowie voters in District 2 voted overwhelmingly on Dec. 19 to recall Councilwoman Diane Polangin from office during the city’s first-ever recall election. In total, 69.23 percent voted for the recall, with 30.77 percent against the decision.