The linebacker announced Wednesday that this season, his 17th, will be his last.
When Ray Lewis, who announced his retirement Wednesday, came to Baltimore-area communities, Patch was there to capture the festivities. Look through our photo gallery to see where he visited over the years. Do you have photos of Ray Lewis in action, signing autographs or out in the community? Upload them to this article for everyone to see!
After a 33-year career with the Baltimore County Fire Department, Assistant Chief Mark Weir retires Friday.
Baltimore County Assistant Fire Chief Mark Weir joked that while he is the youngest of his siblings, for years he outranked them all. Weir, 54, retires today following a 33-year career in the Baltimore County Fire Department. He joins his brothers, former county firefighters Chris and Mike, in the retirement ranks, ending a chapter for one of Essex’s most well known families. “There was trepidation in making this decision, but in the end I felt the timing was just right,” said Weir, a 1975 Kenwood High School graduate. Weir is the latest in the command staff of the county police and fire departments to take advantage of the early retirement benefit recently passed by the County Council. Those wishing to do so must make their intentions …