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.
Montgomery County police say nearly 80 drivers were cited during pedestrian enforcement “stings” in Aspen Hill.
Thousands of Baltimore drivers won’t have to pay red light or speed camera citations after the city announces it’s voiding 6,000 tickets.
The Attorney General’s Office says a former lottery worker has been indicted on charges of stealing lottery tickets and collecting more than $67,000 in winnings.
For more than seven years, the company providing scratch-off lottery tickets in the nation’s capital has managed to avoid a city law that requires participation by local businesses in major contracts.
Friday is the Orioles home opener. Fans are optimistic about the future–and it shows by ticket sales.
Fines for traffic offenses in Washington are about to drop.
Nearly 7,000 speeding tickets have been issued to drivers on the Intercounty Connector since it opened in November 2011.
Ravens fans–be prepared to dig a little deeper into your pockets to see a game next season.