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It was a night of eating, drinking, shopping and fundraising at Towson Town Center's Sip Savor Shop event Thursday night, benefiting the United Way of Central Maryland. Wineries, restaurants and big name retailers teamed up to provide guests with an...
Tags: Pottery Barn, United Way , Charity, Halethorpe, Towson
Whether you prefer big chain stores or smaller boutiques, there is something for every shopper in Harford County. Perhaps the best place to begin your shopping adventure is the town of Bel Air, also known as the “heart of Harford County.” At...
Drive along Snowden Farm Parkway in Clarksburg and you can catch a glimpse of two completely different worlds. On one side, a landscape of narrow roads snaking their way around rolling hills, still snow-covered and dotted with farm equipment and red...
Tags: Business, Elections, Population and Census, Maryland, Homes
Nearly 1,500 workers are in danger of losing their jobs under a reorganization plan by the Superfresh supermarket chain that would sell almost all its stores in Maryland, most of which are in the Baltimore area. The workers will lose their jobs unless...
Baltimore Sun reporterIn a move that could signal the end of the Superfresh grocery store franchise in Maryland, the chain's parent company, which operates more than two dozen stores in the state, said Wednesday it wants to sell most of its local outlets as part of a plan to...
Frances Kent has made her home for 22 years in one room along the backstretch at Laurel Park. She pays no rent, but also has no private bath or cooking appliances, which are not allowed, so she saves coupons for Arby's roast beef specials and other fast...
Baltimore Sun reportersSantoni's Super Market, an independent grocery in East Baltimore, closed early for the first time in its 80-year history Saturday afternoon after a major delivery from its supplier didn't arrive and employees couldn't get through the snow to work. The...
Tags: Maryland, Homes, Heavy Engineering, Inventories, Safeway Inc.
Dining@LargeThe price of salmon is going the way of volcanic ash -- up, up, up -- and the reason is the Icelandic eruption. That's according to Alan Morstein of Regi's American Bistro, who writes:"The volcano in Iceland does not only......
There's a lot of things you can cut out of your budget in cash-strapped times: cable, movies, nights out on the town. Other things you can't give up. After all, you're not going to stop eating just because there's a recession. But there are ways to trim...
Coupons are no longer for the ultra-thrifty. Thanks to the recession, more consumers are using them to save a few bucks - or much more. Erin Huffstetler, who writes the consumer blog Frugal Living, saves 40 percent to 50 percent on her grocery bill...
Tags: Gaming, Grocery Coupons
Wall Street's three major credit-rating agencies said yesterday that they are studying the latest twist in Constellation Energy Group's pending sale to decide whether changes should be made to the Baltimore company's bond ratings, a source of concern that...
Special to The Baltimore SunKnown as the "Pride of the Gunpowder," the community of Oliver Beach in Chase is nestled in the far southeastern corner of Baltimore County. The residential waterfront neighborhood of about 500 homes boasts beautiful views of the Gunpowder River at the...
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