Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition will host a series of free forums for Baltimore seniors to offer information about financial fraud and tax liens, teach them how to prepare a will and connect them to legal services.
The nonprofit will offer the event — called Securing Older Adult Resources, or SOAR — three times in October and three times in November. The first is planned from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.Read more
To meet an Oct. 1 deadline, The Big Screen Store and The Sofa Store spent well over $10,000 to equip 14 showrooms with special credit card readers that will soon be nearly ubiquitous.Read more
You've seen the bright yellow Planet Aid bins in parking lots of gas stations, stores and other businesses, collecting donations of used clothes and shoes.
Now the Elkridge-based non-profit, which runs clothing recycling programs across the U.S. and uses proceeds for projects throughout the developing world, is opening its first-ever retail store.Read more
Potbelly Sandwich Shop is opening its newest Baltimore location Friday in the Blaustein building downtown.
The chain, which touts its toasted sandwiches, hand-dipped milkshakes, made-to-order salads and live local music, already has 13 locations in the Baltimore metro area, including at the Inner Harbor and elsewhere in the city.Read more
Fabletics, an athletic apparel retailer co-founded by actress Kate Hudson, is expanding from online to mall stores, including a location at The Mall in Columbia.
The third Fabletics shop in the U.S. opened Sept. 11 at the Columbia mall and has a grand opening scheduled for Thursday.Read more
Streets Market & Cafe, an independent gourmet grocer specializing in organic and natural foods, has opened on Charles Street in downtown Baltimore in space vacated by Fresh & Greens.
The specialty store, the third for the chain and the first in Baltimore, had a soft opening Friday. The retailer will continue refining inventory and pricing until a grand opening, tentatively planned for Oct.Read more