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.
The Osgood family found four seats for sale on Craigslist through an individual claiming to be a Baltimore Ravens season ticketholder. The cost seemed fair – $5,900, about double the original price.
If you’re trying to find a way to next week’s presidential inauguration, there are still seats left on the MARC trains bound for the district.
Baltimore City’s top cop said not enough staffing is to blame for the number of inaccurate speed camera citations.
NFL football dominates Maryland this weekend. The Ravens and the Washington Redskins compete in home playoff games on the same day for the first time in history!
Speeding tickets issued to motorists in work zones in Maryland appear to be down significantly in 2012 compared with last year.
Speed cameras continue to remain under the microscope of legislators after several of the cameras were found with inaccuracies. Now there’s more controversy surrounding how the contractors are paid after Governor Martin O’Malley brings the payment method into question.
There is a Maryland woman shouting for joy. She didn’t win the big Powerball jackpot, but she is taking home some cool cash.
The District of Columbia’s Department of Motor Vehicles says it was former councilmember Harry Thomas Jr. who requested that 10 traffic and parking tickets be voided early last year.