AAA Mid-Atlantic projects more than 678,000 Marylanders will travel 50 miles or more during the Labor Day holiday weekend, up 2.7 percent from the 2012 holiday.Read More »
Some of the vendors who got stiffed by the organizers of last year’s Grand Prix of Baltimore are giving the race — and its new management — a second chance.Read More »
Organizers of the Grand Prix of Baltimore plan to construct the race track in 32 days, working during the night to make the 12-turn, 2-mile circuit come together. Construction will begin near the intersection of Light and Conway streets on ...Read More »
I don’t normally bring work home, but Friday I decided that I needed to work through the weekend. It takes a lot for me to get the motivation to work during the weekends in the summer because I normally spend ...Read More »
Baltimore Gas and Electric says more than 1,000 customers are without power following thunderstorms over the weekend. The utility was reporting on its website that as of 7 a.m. Monday, about 815 customers lacked power in Baltimore city. About another ...Read More »
In light of all the news about plans to change up the Inner Harbor that came out Wednesday, there are definitely some great things going on this holiday weekend worth checking out. My colleague Melody wrote Tuesday about concerts that are ...
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Airlines are canceling hundreds of flights in the snowy Northeast, but they say travelers won’t face the same nightmare that occurred right after a Christmas weekend storm. It will be easier to find new seats for stranded passengers because planes ...Read More »