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Grand Prix of Baltimore

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  • Police to increase St. Patrick's Day patrols after mayhem of 2012

    Police to increase St. Patrick's Day patrols after mayhem of 2012
    Eager to avoid a repeat of the violence last St. Patrick's Day, when youths fought in downtown streets and a tourist was beaten unconscious, Baltimore police are stepping up patrols in nightlife centers starting this weekend. Commanders will add extra...
  • Police believe stabbing victim was downtown for parade

    Police believe stabbing victim was downtown for parade
    To Deontae Smith's mother, there was no question her son had been to the Super Bowl parade on Tuesday. And she's upset that Baltimore police didn't make the same connection sooner. Deontae was fatally stabbed outside a McDonald's restaurant at Howard and...
  • Shake-up at IndyCar has no impact on Grand Prix of Baltimore planning

    Shake-up at IndyCar has no impact on Grand Prix of Baltimore planning
    IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard's ouster will have no effect on plans for the third Grand Prix of Baltimore, organizers said. "We had strong ties with Randy," said Tim Mayer, general manager of this year's race. "But we have strong ties with a hundred other...
  • Develop Baltimore from within

    Develop Baltimore from within
    What a deal. Last week, the Baltimore Brew reported that the Rawlings-Blake administration agreed to recommend that $6 million in grants meant to mitigate the impact of traffic and other nuisances near Baltimore's planned casino site near I-295 should be...
  • Baltimore's Grand Prix should make us proud

    As the dust settles and rain washes away the last vestiges of this year's Baltimore Grand Prix, I hope everyone reflects on the past few days in a way that allows them to see the potential and excitement of this event, rather than spend time complaining...
  • Baltimore: More Sailabration, less car racing

    This summer, the citizens of Baltimore and the surrounding region have experienced two special multi-million-dollar events that consumed the Inner Harbor area for days. Each one took a lot of planning and cooperation. Each one was entertaining for...
  • Where's the government transparency Ms. Rawlings-Blake promised?

    After citizens have seen millions of their hard-earned tax dollars spent on making the Baltimore Grand Prix a reality, they should also be given the common courtesy to see how their money was spent and the city's return on its investment (Race's...
  • Grand Prix organizers will pay for economic study, release ticket info

    Grand Prix organizers will pay for economic study, release ticket info
    In an about-face, the organizers of the Grand Prix of Baltimore say they will release ticket-sales information for the Labor Day weekend event. J.P. Grant, a partner in the firm that put on the race, said Thursday the group also will commission an...
  • Baltimore isn't Le Mans

    As we approach the second annual Baltimore Grand Prix, people are, once again, either very upbeat or adamantly opposed to this event ("Grand Prix rolls toward a less disruptive race," Aug. 21). Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has apparently dropped all...
  • Traffic: Accident on Route 165 in Harford Co.

    Traffic: Accident on Route 165 in Harford Co.
    As of 7:30 a.m. Thursday, traffic was slow on Route 165 near Wheeler School Road in Harford County, due to an accident. A disabled vehicle was blocking traffic on northbound I-95 near Eastern Avenue. Main Street was closed in Ellicott City from Old...
  • Former Grand Prix group pays tax bill

    Former Grand Prix group pays tax bill
    The organizers of last year's Baltimore Grand Prix made their final payment on their overdue city tax bill this week, the state comptroller's office said Thursday. The payment comes as the city prepares for this year's three-day open-wheel racing...
  • Table Talk: Phillips Crab Deck opens in Annapolis

    Table Talk: Phillips Crab Deck opens in Annapolis
    Phillips Crab Deck is now open in Annapolis. The 140-seat terrace restaurant, which opened very quietly Aug. 16, marks the return of Phillips to Annapolis — in the same Dock Street location it left in 2009. It was replaced there by Hell Point...