Ravens to have stadium celebration

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore is in party-planning mode a day after the Ravens’ Super Bowl victory.

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says the city’s parade for the team will begin this morning at City Hall and end with a free celebration at M&T Bank Stadium.

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The lineup was still being finalized Monday as the team arrived back in Maryland.

The parade will begin at City Hall, where there will be a new purple, black and white congratulatory banner hanging. The parade will head south on Commerce Street and continue to Pratt and Howard streets.

The stadium celebration begins early in the afternoon. The National Weather Service was forecasting temperatures in the low to mid 30s with a 20 percent chance of light rain or snow.

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