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The Aberdeen and Bel Air branches of Long and Foster Real Estate announce their top producers for January. Aberdeen Sales individual: Deborah May; top listing individual: Steven Thayer; agent with the most new listings: Debra Rettberg. The Aberdeen...
Ask bookstore owner Benn Ray which he prefers, Black Friday or Small Business Saturday, and he will give you a straight answer. "I prefer the one that's going to bring in the most money," said Ray, president of the Hampden Village Merchants...
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,...
The first sign that this isn't an ordinary warehouse in southwest Baltimore is the bright blue murals of screwdrivers, wrenches and other tools painted on the exterior. Inside, the real thing: shovels, rakes, hammers, paint trays, pliers, hard hats,...
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...
The Howard County Planning Board has voted against funding the purchase of land to build a road that would serve a proposed mixed-use development in Clarksville, a potential setback for the county-backed project, which has struggled to secure highway...
Tags: Vehicles, Hardware, Clarksville, Research, Local Government
The county has terminated its agreement with GreenStone Ventures to develop Clarksville Commons, a mixed-use center of stores, offices and a hotel planned for the former Gateway School site next to Kendall's Hardware off of Route 108, because of...
The relocation of the Rotunda Mall Giant gives a big boost to Green Spring Tower Square, a small, family-owned shopping center in the Hampden area. Mark Manzo isn't stopping there. In email interviews conducted in the past two weeks, Manzo, a partner...
The 16th and final defendant in a scheme to resell $20 million in stolen goods at Maryland pawn shops pleaded guilty Wednesday, prosecutors said. William Cooper Jr., 38, admitted he took part in a conspiracy to transport goods — such as non-...
Tags: Defendants, Punishment, Theft, Walmart, Court Preliminary
The neon sign flashing "Casino" seems out of sync with the rest of the idyllic Christmas village on display at the Ellicott City Fire Station, reminding onlookers of Pottersville, the racy city that would have replaced homey Bedford Falls if George Bailey...
Tags: Howard County, Catonsville, Ellicott City, Holidays, Christmas
Life savers respond on Catonsville High turf On Sept. 27, Perry Hall junior varsity field hockey player Breanna Sudano collapsed on the Catonsville High stadium field and stopped breathing. In full cardiac arrest, Sudano received immediate CPR from...
Update: Concert news: The Black Keys, The Roots, Cass McCombs, Bombay Bicycle Club, Justice, Neon IndianThe Baltimore SunA couple of bands that played Virgin Mobile FreeFest are returning to the area on tour next year. The Black Keys will perform at the Verizon Center March 9 as part of their tour to promote new album "El Camino." The band closed the festival in...
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