Good afternoon, Baltimore: Monday lunchtime lowdown


Baltimore Jewish Times owner sold at bankruptcy: Washington Jewish Week bought Alter Communications, which has owned the weekly Jewish Times magazine for 93 years, for $1.26 million.

Maryland's Mega Millions winner remains unknown: Media were staking out the Maryland Lottery headquarters Monday morning awaiting the person who bought a winning ticket in Baltimore County, but lottery officials said they don't expect anyone to show yet.

Three shot in city on Sunday: Police are investigating the incidents, one of them fatal, while police also shot and killed a man during a struggle in Reservoir Hill on Saturday. 

March 2012 ranks as third-warmest on record: The average daily low in Baltimore last month nearly matched the average temperature for the month as a whole.

Speed cameras brought in $180,000 in Howard: Two cameras caught 6,000 speeding drivers in the four months since they have been installed.

New eateries set to open at Camden Yards: Stuggy's, a hot dog joint in Fells Point, Gino's, the Towson burger legend, and Dempsey's Brew Pub and Restaurant, a new venture from Orioles legend Rick Dempsey, are among new food options this season.

Concert review: Bruce Springsteen at the Verizon Center: "The Boss" kept the crowd waiting, but the frustration was forgotten 30 seconds into the show, write's The Sun's Chris Kaltenbach.


  • Coverage of last-minute campaigning in the lead-up to Maryland's primary election Tuesday.
  • The American Civil Liberties Union continues to press for data on whether Anne Arundel County Police illegally accessed a state criminal history database.
  • The Sun's sports section ranks the top 10 most memorable games at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, which turns 20 this year.
  • Kentucky and Kansas meet in the NCAA men's basketball championship tonight.
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