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  • Blast to start 2012-13 season on Nov. 3 at 1st Mariner Arena

    Blast to start 2012-13 season on Nov. 3 at 1st Mariner Arena
    The Blast will open the 2012-13 season at 1st Mariner Arena against the expansion Chicago Soul on Nov. 3 at 7:35 p.m. In a rematch of the 2011 and 2012 Major Indoor Soccer League championship, the Blast will face the Milwaukee Wave for the first time...
  • Ethics board inquiry into mayor's use of free tickets is delayed

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's law office turned over numerous documents Monday about her use of free 1st Mariner Arena tickets — but too late for the city's ethics board to consider them at its meeting Tuesday. Avery Aisenstark, a city...
  • Veteran Blast goalkeeper Sagu won't return to team

    Veteran Blast goalkeeper Sagu won't return to team
    Veteran Blast goalkeeper Sagu, a member of three championship teams in his eight seasons playing in Baltimore, announced he would not be returning to the team Monday. After being named the Major Indoor Soccer League's Goalkeeper of the Year for a...
  • Rawlings-Blake's family, aides get tickets to 1st Mariner shows

    Rawlings-Blake's family, aides get tickets to 1st Mariner shows
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's top aides and relatives have routinely received free tickets to performances at Baltimore's 1st Mariner Arena in recent years, including sold-out concerts by such artists as Rihanna, Sade andJay-Z, public records show....
  • Public perks, private benefit

    Public perks, private benefit
    Here are the best things you can say about Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's use of complementary tickets to shows at 1st Mariner Arena: Every mayor has done it, and the number of tickets she and her family used make up a relatively small portion of...
  • Ethics board to review mayor's use of tickets at 1st Mariner

    Ethics board to review mayor's use of tickets at 1st Mariner
    Baltimore's ethics board launched an inquiry Tuesday into the use of free tickets to 1st Mariner Arena by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's office, citing concerns about the distribution of tickets to the mayor's family and staff. "The entire enterprise...
  • City's awash in arena visions

    I need to ask the people who've been writing letters to the editor expressing nostalgic affection for the 1st Mariner Arena - and horror at the prospect of that outdated box being torn down and replaced - the following question: When was the last time you...
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  • Hale facing long odds in bailing out 1st Mariner

    Hale facing long odds in bailing out 1st Mariner
    The last time regulators ordered Ed Hale to fix a money-losing bank or have it seized by the government was the early 1990s. The trucking executive had gained control of the Bank of Baltimore, which lent itself into trouble in the last real estate crash....
  • City's east-side renaissance spreads

    In what would be the biggest single residential development in Baltimore in recent memory, banker Edwin F. Hale Sr. plans to build more than 1,000 upscale condos, apartments and townhouses in Greektown in a project that would radically transform the...
  • Side deals raise ethical issues

    Executives and board members at some of Maryland's most profitable companies have lucrative side arrangements with the companies they run and oversee. Edwin F. Hale Sr., the chairman, chief executive and largest stockholder at First Mariner Bancorp,...