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  • Hale scores victory in lawsuit over city arena's billboards

    Hale scores victory in lawsuit over city arena's billboards
    Edwin F. Hale Sr., the Baltimore developer and former CEO of First Mariner Bancorp, scored a victory Wednesday when a Baltimore County judge ruled that the operators of Royal Farms Arena are improperly using billboards that belong to him.
  • Blast kicks off season in new league with similar expectations

    Blast kicks off season in new league with similar expectations
    The Blast will play in the brand new Major Arena Soccer League this season. The MASL features 23 teams competing in four divisions across North America, more than three times the size of the seven-team Major Indoor Soccer League that folded at the end...

    City to OK 20-year deal for Du Burns Arena, $1.5 million field upgrade

    City to OK 20-year deal for Du Burns Arena, $1.5 million field upgrade
    City officials are set to award a 20-year contract Wednesday to Coppermine Fieldhouse to manage the Clarence H. Du Burns Arena in Canton, with a pledge from the youth sports business to spend $1.5 million to add turf and lighting to a city-owned field...

    'Hale Storm' reveals prominent former banker's CIA ties, two failed marriages

    'Hale Storm' reveals prominent former banker's CIA ties, two failed marriages
    Edwin F. Hale Sr. says that despite his high local profile as former CEO of First Mariner Bancorp and current owner of the Baltimore Blast indoor soccer team, "nobody really knows me." So Hale, 67, decided to tell his life story in a book, titled...

    COPT eyes office development along Canton waterfront

    COPT eyes office development along Canton waterfront
    A Columbia-based real estate developer wants to build four glassy office buildings on its waterfront property in Canton, a project that could create a kind of Harbor farther East. Corporate Office Properties Trust's proposal calls for shopping,...