Shot Tower subway pact to Hyman
Neither man would disclose the sale price of the property.
You can sample plenty of seafood and traditional dishes, listen to live entertainment and view a variety of arts and crafts tomorrow and Sunday at the 12th annual Harford County Seafood Festival.
The event is scheduled from noon to 7 p.m. tomorrow and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace.
While enjoying Maryland steamed crabs, crab cakes, and blackened red fish or such non-seasonal items as pit beef, sausage, and pasta salad, you'll also help raise money for the Harford County Education Association's scholarship fund.
Admission is $3 a day for ages 13 and older, and children with an adult are admitted free.
The Planning Board has approved a new gasoline station in Columbia, but split on recommending a variance needed to convert a Savage service station to a convenience store.
The board voted, 3-0, Tuesday to approve the use of a 1 1/2 -acre site at Minstrel Way and Snowden River Parkway in Owen Brown village for a gasoline station.
The Owen Brown village board members opposed the change. The village board cited traffic problems and what they considered a conflict with Columbia's plans.
Later, in a variance request, the trend of replacing service bays with convenience stores ran afoul of the Savage Community Association.
The board was split 2-2 on recommending that the county Board of Appeals approve Exxon Corp.'s request for a series of variances for a half-acre property at U.S. 1 and Howard Street.
A service station has been on the site for 20 years, but Exxon wants to rebuild the station with four pumps under a canopy, instead of the current six pumps.
The Savage association President Bill Waff said that was fine, but eliminating the service bays and building a convenience store would put mechanics out of work and draw business away from the Wawa store in downtown Savage.