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  • Safeway, Giant Food workers reach tentative deal with management

    Safeway, Giant Food workers reach tentative deal with management
    The union that represents 23,000 Giant Food and Safeway workers reached a tentative contract agreement with management late Wednesday, just days shy of Friday's deadline. The details of the new contract were not released Thursday. The United Food and...
  • A suburban grocer moves into Baltimore

    A suburban grocer moves into Baltimore
    Marshall Klein, fourth-generation scion of the Klein's grocery store family, is proud of the sweet potato pies stacked near the entrance to his newest supermarket, ShopRite of Perring Crossing in Parkville. "We steam the potatoes ourselves," and on a...
  • Catonsville High earns $8,000 through Giant A+ program

    Catonsville High earns $8,000 through Giant Food program Catonsville High School was among the top 13 schools in Maryland that earned the most money through Giant Food's 2011-2012 A+ School Rewards Program, according to a release from Giant. Catonsville...
  • Giant Food lays off 20 warehouse support workers in Jessup

    Twenty Giant Food workers will be laid off by the end of the month after a dry-goods warehouse in Jessup that supplies Giant stores closes, union locals representing workers said Monday. Warehouse operator Jessup Logistics LLC said in April that it was...
  • For Giant store manager, it's all about the customers

    For Giant store manager, it's all about the customers
    It's been a hectic few weeks for Nick Hyson, but he's managing. Hyson is manager of the new Giant supermarket that held its grand opening in Hampden on March 29, and former manager of the Rotunda mall Giant that closed the same day. He's been the man...
  • Grocery retailers compete with mobile shopping tools

    Grocery retailers compete with mobile shopping tools
    Plenty of shoppers at a Baltimore Safeway have started checking their cell phones while pushing carts and scanning shelves. They may have been texting or checking Facebook updates, but now grocery customers could use mobile devices to plan meals,...
  • Two charged with robbing store, bank

    Two men are awaiting trial in the armed robberies of a Baltimore check cashing store in Charles Village in October and a bank in Owings Mills in February. What makes these robberies unusual is the amount taken -- more than $26,000 combined. The Maryland...
  • Laurel Police report purse snatchings in city

    Laurel Police reported three instances of purses being snatched from women in the last few weeks. In two instances, women were in parking lots when they their purses were taken. On Nov. 23, police said, a 41-year-old Laurel woman was entering her car in...
  • There's where the batteries used to be

    There's where the batteries used to be
    John Minutella rushed through the doors of Ace Hardware in Waverly on Friday evening, his shirt dampened with sweat and face flushed red. "Please tell me you have batteries and flashlights," he pleaded to anyone who would listen. "Please tell me yes."...
  • How about an international foods store for Wilde Lake?

    At the Dec. 19 meeting of the Wilde Lake Village Board there will be a presentation by Kimco Realty of the plans for the apartment building that will be constructed on the present parking lot of the village center. Since the Giant Food grocery store...
  • Kimco sees progress on redeveloping Wilde Lake village center

    A developer has been brought in to build two residential buildings with at least 230 apartments, negotiations are under way to lease out a new pharmacy and both projects could be part of a reinvigorated Wilde Lake Village Center that could see ground...
  • Myles J. Feldman, business owner

    Myles J. Feldman, business owner
    Myles Julian Feldman, a founder of a restaurant equipment business, died of complications from Alzheimer's disease Dec. 15 at Pinecrest Delray Hospice in Florida. The Boca Raton, Fla., resident had previously lived in Stevenson. Mr. Feldman was 82. Born...