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  • Howard Co. to buy, redevelop most of Long Reach Village Center

    Howard Co. to buy, redevelop most of Long Reach Village Center
    Howard County government announced plans Tuesday night to purchase and redevelop a majority of the Long Reach Village Center in Columbia.  The county is in negotiations with owner and landlord Long Reach Village Associates LLC, a corporation...
  • Neighbors and patrons bid fond farewell to Salute

    Neighbors and patrons bid fond farewell to Salute
    Nearly three years after opening in a former Main Street coffee shop, Salute Ristorante Italiano's owners have decided to close their doors. Moroccan-born Abdellah and Meriem Kass ran their cozy, Main Street restaurant with a personal touch, with Meriem...
  • Royal Farms expected to settle on Havre de Grace site, city official says

    Royal Farms expected to settle on Havre de Grace site, city official says
    Royal Farms is continuing to move forward with its expected acquisition of a site at the Route 40 intersection where Havre de Grace's now-closed Bridge Diner stands, a city official says. A contractor for the convenience store chain was at the...
  • Harford liquor board wants to get rid of resident license requirement

    Harford liquor board wants to get rid of resident license requirement
    Members of the Harford County Liquor Control Board say they want to get rid of the state law that requires a Harford County resident to be on every license they issue to businesses that sell alcoholic beverages. The challenge of finding a resident...
  • Steaks you can believe in at The Capital Grille

    Steaks you can believe in at The Capital Grille
    The Capital Grille has come to feel like a hometown restaurant. Of course, it's not. When the Capital Grille opened on Pratt Street in 2005, is was part of a moderate-size regional chain. But since 2010, the steakhouse been wholly owned by the...
  • County forces Joppa restaurant to take down rooftop inflatable chicken

    County forces Joppa restaurant to take down rooftop inflatable chicken
    Chicken on the Roof? Not anymore. The large, inflatable chicken that gives Joppa's The Chicken on the Roof Grill its name was found to have run "a-fowl" of county law, Harford County Councilman Dion Guthrie said Tuesday. Guthrie said the county forced...
  • Restaurant Week 2014 kicks off in Baltimore County

    Restaurant Week 2014 kicks off in Baltimore County
    Baltimore County kicked off its largest restaurant week to date Thursday morning, with 14 of the 53 participating restaurants offering up samples at the new Liquid Lib's wine bar in Timonium. "Not only is this a great time to enjoy a good, new meal at a...
  • Pushing for a 'brighter, better Belair Road'

    Pushing for a 'brighter, better Belair Road'
    When Baltimore restaurateur Casey Jenkins opens the Birdland Sports Bar & Grill on Belair Road this month, it will be one of a few sit-down restaurants along the commercial strip. But he, and many others, hope it won't be the last. City, county and...
  • Jos. Bank headquarters town hopes for best in takeover battle

    Jos. Bank headquarters town hopes for best in takeover battle
    Consumers know Jos. A. Bank Clothiers for deals such as buy-one-get-two men's suits, but to residents of Hampstead, it's the good corporate citizen that spared the town as Black & Decker withered. Now the northern Carroll County town faces the prospect...
  • Maryland's minimum wage increase would affect workers, business owners

    Maryland's minimum wage increase would affect workers, business owners
    At one end of the minimum wage battle, you'll find Marissa Greene in Randallstown, for whom an increase would mean not having to eat nearly every meal at the fast-food place where she works, because groceries are a luxury. And at the other end, you'll...
  • Baltimore Outreach Services cooks up success for women at its shelters

    Baltimore Outreach Services cooks up success for women at its shelters
    When Latitia Carter and her then-12-year-old son sought temporary housing at Baltimore Outreach Services' emergency shelter in Federal Hill, she wasn't looking for a job — just a roof over her head while she rebounded from a rough spell that...
  • Ethnic markets reflect Laurel's 'hybrid diversity'

    Ethnic markets reflect Laurel's 'hybrid diversity'
    Slowly, steadily, the Laurel area is being transformed into a global grocery village. Along with a rich array of eateries featuring international flavors, the local landscape is now a destination for more exotic supermarkets whose shelves brim with hard-...