Digest

November 10, 2007

Traffic patterns to change for Ravens game

Traffic patterns on streets around M&T Bank Stadium will be changed tomorrow to accommodate fans attending the football game between the Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals. Kickoff is 4:05 p.m.

Starting at noon, two lanes of northbound Russell Street will open for traffic headed to the stadium. The road is under construction and is normally down to one lane.

About 5:30 p.m., barriers will be moved to open up two lanes on southbound Russell Street, from Hamburg Street to the Westport exit, to help ease congestion for exiting fans.

At the start of the fourth quarter, officials say they will open up Russell Street to three lanes headed south.

Transportation officials warn that parking enforcement agents will be in neighborhoods near the stadium, where a parking permit is needed.

Impound lots for towed vehicles will remain open for two hours after the conclusion of the game. Call 410-396-3050.

Anne Arundel

: Annapolis

Man, 22, killed in car crash

A car speeding down a main road in Annapolis early yesterday clipped another vehicle and crashed into a sign pole, killing the driver and injuring his passenger, city police said.

An officer who came upon the scene about 1:20 a.m. found the blue BMW smashed against a sign pole in the 1900 block of West St.

The driver, 22-year-old Delonte Brooks of Chesapeake Beach, was killed, police said.

A passenger, Timothy Lee Jones, 27, of Annapolis, the registered owner of the BMW, was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Justin Fenton

Howard County

: North Laurel

Man admits poisoning dog

A former North Laurel man pleaded guilty yesterday in Howard County Circuit Court to killing his neighbor's dog with poison, according to Assistant State's Attorney Devora Pontell.

Sentencing for Jack Carl Schroeder, 59, who formerly lived on Rachel Yates Court, is scheduled for Dec. 20, Pontell said. He pleaded guilty to attempted animal cruelty.

Melissa Harris

Harford County

: Pylesville

Bomb threat at high school

A bomb threat at North Harford High School in Pylesville yesterday prompted officials to evacuate the school for a half-hour and search the building.

The threat, written on a bathroom wall, said a bomb would go off at noon, officials said.

Authorities said the search turned up nothing.

Mary Gail Hare

Baltimore

: Monument St.

Block closed for construction

Monument Street between Broadway and Rutland Avenue in East Baltimore will be closed today, 5 a.m. to 5 p.m., so a construction crane can be set up.

Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.