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  • Share your blessings

    As we come to the close of another challenging year on the economic front for many, local nonprofit groups throughout the area are struggling to make ends meet and address growing needs in the community. These groups and the people they serve need our...
  • Retail development heats up in Baltimore

    Retail development heats up in Baltimore
    The shelves have been stocked and the cash registers tested for Wednesday's opening of Harris Teeter's upscale supermarket in Locust Point — part of a broader development push that is likely to bring Baltimore as much retail space as a regional...
  • 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...
  • Retailers, manufacturers crack down on extreme couponing

    Retailers, manufacturers crack down on extreme couponing
    It was just a matter of time before businesses began to push back against some of the worst behaviors of extreme couponers. Some retailers and manufacturers have revised their policies lately, restricting the number of coupons consumers can use to...
  • Safeway in Long Reach to close next month

    The beleaguered Safeway grocery store in the Long Reach Village Center will close Saturday, Nov. 5, according to a company spokesman. "The store has not performed to the degree that we hoped it would," Safeway spokesman Craig Muckle said. "We make...
  • Letters from fans are a special delivery to rally around the Ravens

    Letters from fans are a special delivery to rally around the Ravens
    Though most of the shopping on Saturday, Jan. 7 was, lamentably, not being done for a Ravens football party, local Giant stores were still in full football mode. The playoff-bound Ravens had set up mailboxes in Baltimore-area Giant supermarkets, in which...
  • Superfresh closings could spell up to 1,500 layoffs

    Superfresh closings could spell up to 1,500 layoffs
    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...
  • Superfresh parent wants to sell 22 Md. stores

    Superfresh parent wants to sell 22 Md. stores
    In 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...
  • Shoppers seek gas savings at the supermarket

    Shoppers seek gas savings at the supermarket
    Faith E. Wachter doesn't normally spend as much as $17 on shampoo in a single shopping trip. But by stocking up on haircare products recently, the Ellicott City resident saved more than $4 on gasoline for her car — and just in time for a drive to...
  • Groupon: Baltimore restaurants hot and cold on deals

    Groupon: Baltimore restaurants hot and cold on deals
    Has The Prime Rib, which requires waiters to wear tuxes and exudes "the intoxicating aroma of old money," according to Esquire magazine, got a deep discount deal for you. Eat $100 of the restaurant's haute chow and pay just $50 under its wildly...
  • Harford businessmen visit White House

    Harford businessmen visit White House
    Andrew P. Klein, president of Harford County based Klein's ShopRite of Maryland, and Marshall J. Klein, vice-president of operations of Klein's ShopRite, were recognized by First Lady Michelle Obama at a White House ceremony on Wednesday, July 20. The...
  • Liquor board rebuffs Lansdowne lounge's reclassification request

    Liquor board rebuffs Lansdowne lounge's reclassification request
    The Baltimore County Board of Liquor Commissioners ruled against changing the liquor license at what was formerly Renee's Lounge and Restaurant in Lansdowne from a class B to a class D following the testimony of several community members July 25....