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  • CAA to move men's basketball tournament to Baltimore, sources say

    CAA to move men's basketball tournament to Baltimore, sources say
    The Colonial Athletic Association is bringing its postseason men’s basketball tournament to Baltimore, two league sources told The Baltimore Sun. According to one of the sources, the tournament will be held at 1st Mariner Arena beginning in 2013-...
  • SMG again wins bid to operate 1st Mariner Arena

    SMG again wins bid to operate 1st Mariner Arena
    Current operator SMG is the winning bidder for a new five-year contract to run 1st Mariner Arena and oversee its potential renaming, according to a memo from the city's top purchasing agent. SMG's proposal awaits approval by the Baltimore Board of...
  • Past Baltimore-Washington organizer considers 2024 Olympic bid

    Past Baltimore-Washington organizer considers 2024 Olympic bid
    The Olympic flame may not be extinguished along the Chesapeake Bay. A key organizer of the region's unsuccessful bid for the 2012 Summer Games is gauging interest in making a run at the 2024 Games. Dan Knise, president and CEO of the Washington-Baltimore...
  • 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...
  • Baltimore Grand Prix group in turmoil

    Baltimore Grand Prix group in turmoil
    IndyCar executives met with Baltimore officials Monday to discuss the future of the company planning the city's Grand Prix — and whether the leader of the group should depart. Downforce Racing LLC, which took over the troubled event earlier this...
  • Editorial: Skeptical report on tennis center a welcome dose of reality

    Editorial: Skeptical report on tennis center a welcome dose of reality
    The Maryland Stadium Authority has dumped a bucket of ice-cold water on the tennis enthusiasts who want to build a world-class tennis facility in Howard County, in the form of a rather sobering and discouraging analysis of the proposal. And while the...
  • O'Malley to give away tax evader's donations

    Gov. Martin O'Malley said Thursday that he will follow the lead of U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown in returning donations from Richard Stewart, a political mover and shaker who pleaded guilty this month to tax evasion. Stewart's...
  • Dems' dismal track record of flawed appointees

    The fact that Nathan Chapman and Richard Stewart were both subjects of articles in a recent issue of The Sun underscores the exquisite judgment of our recent Democratic governors ("Pension scandal figure Chapman set for release" and "O'Malley says he'll...
  • City officials seek new group to run Grand Prix

    City officials seek new group to run Grand Prix
    City officials have terminated the contract of the troubled company that organized the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix and are seeking a new group to run the racing festival in the coming year, the mayor's office announced Friday. The city ended Baltimore...
  • After eight years of owning Ravens, Bisciotti ready for a Super Bowl

    After eight years of owning Ravens, Bisciotti ready for a Super Bowl
    It was well past midnight, and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti was ready to sign off after his team's second straight exhilarating victory over arch rival Pittsburgh Steelers. But Bisciotti had one last thought to share with friend and adviser Ron Shapiro....
  • City prosecutors seek new office space

    Baltimore prosecutors might soon be packing up and leaving their cramped digs in the city's 112-year-old courthouse for a newer downtown office building. A plan being pushed by leaders in Baltimore and Annapolis would provide up to $1 million for the...