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  • Plans to raze vacant bank in Wilkens Beltway Plaza for gas station to have limited public input

    Plans to raze vacant bank in Wilkens Beltway Plaza for gas station to have limited public input
    Despite concerns that a project to raze a building and replace it with a gas station would not receive community input, the community will still get its say, according to the shopping center owners. Kimco Realty, the owner of Wilkens Beltway Plaza,...
  • Lisbon/Woodbine: Lisbon needs a fair and it gets one June 30

    This is just a reminder that the second annual Lisbon Community Fair will be held on June 30 at the Lisbon Park from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come for the yard sale, moon bounce, auction, tack sale, food and vendors. The event will benefit the Gentle Giants...
  • Shoppers Food workers' union files suit against grocer

    Shoppers Food & Pharmacy workers at some Maryland and Virginia stores have filed unfair labor practice charges against the grocer, accusing store managers of retaliating against workers whose union is negotiating a labor contract. Members of United...
  • Hampden Giant to be open 24/7

    Hampden-area grocery shoppers now can shop around the clock, seven days a week, at the Giant store that opened in March in the Green Spring Tower Square shopping center, 1020 W. 41st St. The expanded hours take effect immediately, officials of Landover-...
  • Schools, government offices closed as Howard County braces for Superstorm Sandy

    Schools, government offices closed as Howard County braces for Superstorm Sandy
    The Howard County Board of Education has closed school for Monday as Hurricane Sandy creeps closer to reaching land on the East Coast. In addition, the county government announced Sunday it also will be closed Monday for non-essential employees. Among...
  • Baltimore grocers, restaurants cope with power outage losses

    Patrons at Tark's Grill were eating in the dining room and drinking at the bar when the ferocious storm struck Friday night and the Brooklandville restaurant went dark. The Green Spring Station establishment was among many Baltimore-area eateries and...
  • Groceries seeking ways around wine sales ban

    Groceries seeking ways around wine sales ban
    Unlike most other states, Maryland shoppers have to make one extra stop for a cabernet to go with that steak they bought on sale at the supermarket —grocery stores in the state generally are banned from selling alcohol. Increasingly, though,...
  • Food and wine go together

    Food and wine go together
    The kerfuffle over the proposed wine store in Wegmans' newest location in Columbia heralds the next looming battle in consumers' fight to modernize Maryland's alcohol policy. The recent Howard County liquor board hearing demonstrated the intensity of both...
  • Clarksville: Foster care program for youth headed our way

    Congratulations to Rex Smith, president and CEO of Hearts and Homes for Youth, on receiving a Harris Heroes Award during the Harris Heroes Luncheon at the National Press Club last month. Hearts and Homes will open a foster care program in Howard County...
  • Pikesville realty company wants to buy Owings Mills Mall

    Pikesville realty company wants to buy Owings Mills Mall
    The head of a Pikesville-based realty company wants to buy the Owings Mills Mall, saying the site would be ideal for a discount supermarket and big-box stores such as Costco and Lowe's. Carl Verstandig, president and CEO of America's Realty LLC, says...
  • Shoppers Food workers at some Maryland stores ratify two-year contract

    Shoppers Food & Pharmacy workers at some Maryland and Virginia stores ratified a new, two-year contract Thursday that increases wages, maintains pension benefits and funds health benefits without raising workers' costs, the union local representing the...
  • New Perry Hall Giant to serve as a prototype for chain

    New Perry Hall Giant to serve as a prototype for chain
    Giant Food's newest Baltimore-area store offers a glimpse of the future for the region's dominant grocer, when shoppers increasingly rely on technology, demand more organic foods and expect a wide selection of prepared meals. Giant, which has been...