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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | July 20, 2010
A building and undeveloped land in the Hollander 95 Business Park sold in two separate foreclosure auctions Tuesday for a total $7.45 million, said Paul Cooper of Alex Cooper Auctioneers, which sold the property for lender M&T Bank. FRP Development Corp., a Sparks-based real estate development company, outbid several others to purchase the 82,000-square-foot warehouse, which is half-leased, for $4.35 million, Cooper said. The bank purchased eight undeveloped lots for $3.1 million, he said.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2012
A man was stabbed and seriously injured Monday night in downtown Baltimore, according to city police. The attack occurred shortly before 9 p.m. in front of an M&T Bank branch near West Fayette and South Eutaw streets, said Det. Nicole Monroe, a city police spokeswoman. Details of the incident were not available. The victim was rushed to a nearby hospital, though police said the man's injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. The stabbing was near the Hippodrome Theater, which did not have any events scheduled Monday night, and close to several other attractions.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2010
After a bank robbery in Parkton, Baltimore County police might be looking for a Cincinnati Reds fan. The man who robbed an M&T Bank at 212 Mt. Carmel Road wore a Cincinnati Reds baseball cap, investigators said Wednesday. The robber in the Sept. 17 hold-up was described as black, in his 20's, about 5 feet, 4 inches tall, with a small build, a mustache and bushy hair with a ponytail. In addition to the red-brimmed hat, he wore black zip-up jacket, mirrored sunglasses, white gloves and jeans.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2012
At M&T Bank Stadium, it's all about the noise. So says Dan Dierdorf, the CBS commentator who'll work Sunday's AFC playoff between the Ravens and Houston Texans. Dierdorf believes the fans hold the wild card in Baltimore's march to the Super Bowl. "The teams have some similarities — both run the football well and play aggressive, in-your-face defense — but there's one big difference in Baltimore: the crowd," he said. "I always thought Arrowhead Stadium [in Kansas City, Mo.] was the loudest outdoor stadium in the NFL, but I'm not sure that M&T isn't on a par. The fans there know how to make some noise, and the Ravens use it to their advantage.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2012
At M&T Bank Stadium, it's all about the noise. So says Dan Dierdorf, the CBS commentator who'll work Sunday's AFC playoff between the Ravens and Houston Texans. Dierdorf believes the fans hold the wild card in Baltimore's march to the Super Bowl. "The teams have some similarities — both run the football well and play aggressive, in-your-face defense — but there's one big difference in Baltimore: the crowd," he said. "I always thought Arrowhead Stadium [in Kansas City, Mo.] was the loudest outdoor stadium in the NFL, but I'm not sure that M&T isn't on a par. The fans there know how to make some noise, and the Ravens use it to their advantage.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2012
A man was stabbed and seriously injured Monday night in downtown Baltimore, according to city police. The attack occurred shortly before 9 p.m. in front of an M&T Bank branch near West Fayette and South Eutaw streets, said Det. Nicole Monroe, a city police spokeswoman. Details of the incident were not available. The victim was rushed to a nearby hospital, though police said the man's injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. The stabbing was near the Hippodrome Theater, which did not have any events scheduled Monday night, and close to several other attractions.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | August 6, 2011
Shawn Furgis might have been the happiest fan at M&T Bank Stadium Saturday. It would have been hard to prove otherwise. The manager of a Washington Boulevard McDonald's, he squirmed through a tangle of fans to score a Joe Flacco autograph. When he got the quarterback's signature, he held it high and proclaimed, "Baltimore is a great city and the Ravens are ready to play. " Such sentiments seemed to fill the stadium, where fans got a free taste of the football, even if they had to do without traditional practice sessions in Westminster this lockout-shortened preseason.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2010
A year after more than 72,000 soccer fans packed M&T Bank Stadium to watch Chelsea play AC Milan, ticket sales for a July 31 "friendly" between two other high-profile European teams have been slow, officials said. Baker Koppelman, vice president for ticket sales and operations for the Ravens, the event's host, said Tuesday that only around 30,000 tickets have been sold so far for the match between Inter Milan and Manchester City, and Koppelman doesn't expect a crowd of more than 35,000 unless there's a huge walk-up.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2011
Minutes after what would prove to be a season-defining victory for the Denver men's lacrosse team over reigning national champion Duke last month, on April 9, in Bethpage, N.Y., a reporter congratulated Pioneers coach Bill Tierney by telling him that the win would attract talented players from the Long Island hotbed. "I kind of looked at the roster and said, 'We've got some pretty good players. We've got guys from 20 different states,'" Tierney said as a smile creased his face. "It's all part of what we're going through.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 10, 2011
No. 8 Loyola (3-0) Coming up: at No. 11 Duke, Friday, 7 p.m.; vs. No. 18 Denver, Wednesday, 7 p.m., Ridley Athletic Complex. Comment: The Greyhounds are trying to get to a 4-0 start for the first time since 2002, but they meet a Blue Devils team that has won eight of the past nine meetings in this series. Sophomore defenseman Reid Acton is tied for 12th in Division I with an average of 2.3 caused turnovers. No. 12 Maryland (3-1) Coming up: at Towson, Saturday, 12 p.m. Comment: The Terps take aim at their second 4-1 start in the past three years in a rivalry that dates back to 1971.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2011
Larry the Cable Guy's done some tailgating in his day. Naturally, he's got some advice to offer. "First off," says Larry, who will be at M&T Bank Stadium this Sunday to tailgate with Ravens fans as part of a promotion for Prilosec OTC heartburn medicine, "you always wait about an hour before you lick the grill. That's always a priority. " Wise words, indeed. Anything else? Larry thinks for a moment. "You know it's a good tailgate," he offers, "when you actually miss the game.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | August 6, 2011
Shawn Furgis might have been the happiest fan at M&T Bank Stadium Saturday. It would have been hard to prove otherwise. The manager of a Washington Boulevard McDonald's, he squirmed through a tangle of fans to score a Joe Flacco autograph. When he got the quarterback's signature, he held it high and proclaimed, "Baltimore is a great city and the Ravens are ready to play. " Such sentiments seemed to fill the stadium, where fans got a free taste of the football, even if they had to do without traditional practice sessions in Westminster this lockout-shortened preseason.
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By John-John Williams IV and Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | June 22, 2011
Christine Spencer left her home in Frederick at 3 a.m. just so she could get a jump on the thousands of U2 fans expected to pack M&T Stadium on Wednesday night. The early effort paid off. Just before noon, she and her two friends were among the first 50 fans lined up at the gates. "I hope to get called up on stage so I can dance with Bono," said Spencer, 32. "I've waited years for that. " Spencer was among more than 200 fans, experienced spectators and greenhorns alike, waiting in line early Wednesday for the concert to start, vying for the best general admission spots on the field.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2011
Three years in the making, Wednesday's U2 concert at M&T Bank Stadium could attract a record crowd — along with gridlock in the streets — at a time when uncertainty over the NFL season leaves Baltimore looking for more ways to fill the stadium. With an oversized stage in the round and fans on the turf, M&T's capacity will swell to 80,000 for the transcendent 360 Degree Tour concert. The crowd should threaten, if not eclipse, the stadium record of 75,000 who attended a 1999 HFStival in what was then called PSINet Stadium.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2011
Minutes after what would prove to be a season-defining victory for the Denver men's lacrosse team over reigning national champion Duke last month, on April 9, in Bethpage, N.Y., a reporter congratulated Pioneers coach Bill Tierney by telling him that the win would attract talented players from the Long Island hotbed. "I kind of looked at the roster and said, 'We've got some pretty good players. We've got guys from 20 different states,'" Tierney said as a smile creased his face. "It's all part of what we're going through.
NEWS
By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2011
A man suspected of holding up two Baltimore County banks last month is in custody. Police on Monday announced the arrest last week of Robert Louis Thompson, 32, who is charged with committing two robberies, those of an M&T Bank branch at 38 W. Ridgely Road in Lutherville-Timonium on April 27 and the Bank of America branch at 7912 Belair Road in Fullerton two days later. Thompson, of no fixed address, was arrested Thursday with the aid of a Metro Crime Stoppers tip, according to a statement from police.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2010
For at least four more Sunday mornings and one more Sunday evening this season, Ravens fans will gather hours before the game for a tailgating experience that in just a dozen years has risen to the top of the NFL ranks. For some tailgaters, it's about the food; for some, the friendship. In the necklace of parking lots that encircle M&T Bank Stadium, eastside lots G and H are considered prime tailgating turf. They are among the few specially designated "hot lots," which are designated for grilling.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2011
Larry the Cable Guy's done some tailgating in his day. Naturally, he's got some advice to offer. "First off," says Larry, who will be at M&T Bank Stadium this Sunday to tailgate with Ravens fans as part of a promotion for Prilosec OTC heartburn medicine, "you always wait about an hour before you lick the grill. That's always a priority. " Wise words, indeed. Anything else? Larry thinks for a moment. "You know it's a good tailgate," he offers, "when you actually miss the game.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2011
Baltimore-based Wilmington Trust Federal Savings Bank, which provides commercial banking and wealth management, has entered into an agreement with federal regulators to boost capital levels and reduce bad loans on its books. The agreement, reached last month, comes as the bank's parent, Wilmington Trust Corp., is being acquired by M&T Bank Corp., but bank officials and analysts said the regulatory scrutiny is not expected to affect the merger. The Office of Thrift Supervision found that Wilmington Trust Federal Savings "has engaged in unsafe or unsound practices.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2011
An Owings Mills man charged in a Thursday bank robbery turned himself in after he realized he was being followed by a witness to the robbery, Baltimore County Police said Friday. Police say a man held a knife to an M&T Bank employee's neck and demanded money, then fled from the bank in the 7600 block of Belair Road with an undisclosed amount of money in a small silver car. Lt. Robert McCullough said a witness to the robbery followed the car into the city, but lost it on Interstate 95. However, the witness was able to give detectives the license plate number on the car. McCullough said John Martin Lynch, 51, of Matinee Court, turned himself into the Parkville Precinct several hours later, and now faces first- and second-degree assault and armed robbery charges.
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