Virgin Mobile FreeFest passes were made available to the public at noon. Judging from the Midnight Sun Twitter feed, it seems like some are having issues with ticketfly.com, which was inundated with music fans at 12 p.m.
A lawsuit over the ownership of the Westport waterfront that was dismissed last month by a bankruptcy judge will be re-filed in a different court, an attorney for real estate developer Patrick Turner said Monday.
A Zimbabwe native living in Baltimore was convicted Thursday on charges related to several different fraud schemes where he was accused of bilking credit unions and the Internal Revenue Service, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Up to 300 Baltimore homeowners are seeing a jump in property tax bills because the city says they have been receiving excessive credits for historic renovations, says a City Council member who was briefed on the issue.
Two Arundel High School graduates that are headed off to college this fall have an unusual if not unique achievement to add to their resumes. In order to raise money for an online book club with students in Kenya, they held a school-wide Quidditch match, complete with broomsticks.
By By Jill Zarend-Kubatko and For The Baltimore Sun
Take a look at the brochures for most wedding venues and, chances are, you¿ll see the traditional bride and groom. But not at the Four Seasons, located in Baltimore¿s Harbor East neighborhood. The four-star luxury hotel has some new brochures that include same-sex couples.
The region's largest automobile club is calling on the National Transportation Safety Board to investigate Friday's crash on the Bay Bridge that catapulted a car and its driver 27 feet into the Chesapeake Bay.
The annual Woodstock Festival, still going strong after 98 years, will take place on Saturday, Aug. 10, 3-7 p.m., and Sunday, Aug. 11, 1-5 p.m., at 10800 Old Court Road, in Woodstock, at St. Alphonsus Rodriguez Catholic Church.
A small but vocal group of community leaders rallied Monday morning on a west Baltimore street corner to pressure Coppin State University and its contractors to hire more neighborhood residents during construction of an $87 million science and technology building — the latest in a series of efforts to force government-supported projects to hire in the city.
By By Liz Bowie and Luke Broadwater and The Baltimore Sun
I am among the many same-sex couples who are more likely to pay for their own wedding (86%), evenly split wedding planning duties (55%) and keep their given surnames post-nuptials (62%) when compared to different-sex couples.
After a rash of high-profile lawsuits alleging lottery-ticket fraud among groups of coworkers, some fun-loving players are getting serious about the precautions they take to ensure fair play when it comes to pooling ticket money with colleagues. And some in the human-resources field say workplace pools should be banned outright.
By By Kit Waskom Pollard and For The Baltimore Sun
Robert L. Stocksdale, a real estate attorney who served several state commissions and committees on issues of mortgage financing, died a brain hemorrhage July 7 at Sinai Hospital. The Mays Chapel resident was 85.