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Thumbs up to Sharpsburg Little League, which donated about $2,500 to the family of Rodger D. "Dwayne" Singleton, who died July 25 in a motorcycle accident while on his way to work. The league donated $1,800 from 50-50 ticket sales during its 7-8 Blue-Gray...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgBrown County Fair officials have no plans to start charging an admission fee, for two reasons. One is that free entry is part of its identity. “We have always felt that one of the selling points for the Brown County Fair is the no admission...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Entertainment
Daily American Sports Writer(This is the second story about school districts and students facing pay-to-participate options because of budget cuts.) Booster organizations at high schools across Somerset County are willing the help fund programs if their districts vote to...
City News ServiceIndividual regular-season game tickets for the San Diego Chargers will go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday. Tickets will be available online at Chargers.com; by calling TicketMaster at (800) 745-3000 or at the Chargers' ticket office at Gate C at Qualcomm...
Special event tickets and buttons are now on sale for Petoskey's Festival on the Bay. The festival is hosted by the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce and will be held Aug. 19-21 in Petoskey. Events are held in Petoskey's Bay Front Park, the new...
Zac Brown Band will return to the amphitheater in Virginia Beach Sunday, Oct. 16, according to an announcement from promoters. Tickets -- $32 and $50 -- will go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19 from Ticketmaster and LiveNation.com. A limited number of...
The Baltimore SunKanye West and Jay-Z, whose new collaborative album "Watch the Throne" will be released next month, will also tour together, it was announced Monday by concert promoter Live Nation. The two rappers will go on a 24-city tour, also called "Watch the...
Just when it seemed Chicago was jam-packed with summer festivals, a strange confluence of bedfellows – rival promoters Jam Productions and Live Nation, several South Side aldermen, and jam-band kingpin Dave Matthews – got together earlier this...
Scalpers may soon need a permit to sell tickets in Indianapolis. A city-county council approved an ordinance Wednesday night that would set a $57 annual fee for anyone wanting to sell tickets for more than face value. It would apply to ticket scalpers...
Tags: Super Bowl, Sports, Politics, Football, National Football League
The city of Indianapolis is looking to regulate ticket scalping ahead of the upcoming Super Bowl. The city county council will soon consider a proposal that would require a special license if you want to sell tickets for more than face value outside of...
On Monday night, the City-County Council approved a proposal on ticket scalpers in Indianapolis. The agreement was reached with a 22-5 vote. The proposed new rules state that ticket brokers must purchase a license in order to resell or repurchase...
Tags: Politics, Local Government
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThe operating budget for the Wichita Grand Opera is one million dollars. It receives financial support from private donations, ticket sales and, to a lesser extent, state dollars. The state provides $8000 to the opera company. Next year though, it won'...
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