The controversy continues over Baltimore City’s speed cameras. New information shows thousands were wrongly charged. And now there are accusations of a cover-up to which the mayor is denying.
Prince George’s County police are issuing refunds for nearly 1,500 tickets issued by a speed camera after learning that the camera’s location had not been advertised in a local newspaper.
It’s time to start thinking about Orioles baseball. Orioles FanFest tickets are now on sale.
A warning period has been extended for a new set of automated traffic enforcement cameras in the District of Columbia before ticketing drivers for speeding and infractions at stop signs, crosswalks and intersections.
Montgomery County Police charged 13 drivers with driving under the influence as part of the department’s holiday season enforcement effort.
It’s more than just a basketball game–it’s a slam dunk of fun, laughs and excitement! Tickets must be used for the 1 p.m. game on 12/28/13.
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is staying open late for an event called “After Hours with the Animals.”
The Baltimore Ravens held their single-game ticket sales Friday morning and sold out all eight regular season games in less than 15 minutes.
Big news for Ravens fans who aren’t season ticket holders. Single-game home tickets will be available for purchase Friday, July 26 at 10 a.m.
Authorities in Maryland are looking for a group of teens who they say used a woman’s missing credit card to buy movie tickets, then took pictures of themselves with the card at a photo booth.
Speed and red light cameras could soon be up and running again. In April, the city shut down the entire system after some cameras were caught issuing bad tickets.
Excitement is growing, and so is the Powerball jackpot. It’s $360 million and people throughout the region are taking their chances on striking it rich.