With tens of millions of dollars in unpaid parking fines amassed over the last 15 years, the city plans to meet motorists halfway with two amnesty days at the start of February.
With more than 50 traffic cameras now up and running around Baltimore, the city has installed at least 15 more than Mayor Catherine Pugh’s office said would be placed along city roads back in March.
Eight more traffic cameras are now ready to snap your picture and send you a ticket in the mail.
The city’s resurrected traffic camera program got off to a troubled start late last month, officials revealed Monday.
The members of Baltimore-based synthpop trio Future Islands are making sure fans in their home city are the first to hear them play their new album live.
The flicker of spring weather from this week should serve as a reminder that baseball season is right around the corner. Today, the Baltimore Orioles unveiled all of their promotions for home games for the 2017 season, which begins in less than two months.
To help pay for some costly renovations slated for M&T Bank Stadium, the Baltimore Ravens are raising the price tag on tickets for the first time since 2013.
After eliminating the Yankees today, the Baltimore Orioles get one last crack at Derek Jeter and his pinstriped partners Thursday night. But even it rains on the shortstop’s going away party, the team knows that crisp October skies await as a result of last week’s playoff clinch. The season reset that comes with the postseason also means a new scrum for coveted Orioles playoff tickets. On Wednesday, the Orioles laid out the complete menu of options for the team’s upcoming home games in the American League Division Series. Bandwagon jumpers, beware: season ticket holders have a major advantage in the hunt for admission to a game.
Baltimore, we have a new hero: incensed at the $12 in “convenience” and other fees tacked on to a $52 ticket to see Jackson Browne, Inner Harbor resident Andre Bourgeois decided to take action. Citing a 1948 anti-scalping law that forbids anyone from charging more than 50 cents more than the face value of a ticket, Bourgeois filed suit against Ticketmaster, alleging “exorbitant charges.” And last month, Maryland’s highest court agreed with Bourgeois.