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  • Thanksgiving food distribution for Howard County families was organized by the Lisbon Elementary School PTA. "Food Baskets" were distributed Monday morning November 23, 2020 at Lisbon Elementary School .
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  • Savona deli in Bel Air takes pride in food and being part of community for 15 years.
  • Preservationists worry about plan to turn the gray-green church with serpentine sandstone into apartments
  • An iconic beech tree on the grounds of Prospect Hill Cemetery, which became diseased after over 130 years of life, was removed from the Towson landscape on Wednesday, Nov. 18.
  • Maryland Food Bank truck dropped off deliveries to the Assistance Center of Towson Churches, a consortium of churches in the Baltimore County seat who are continuing their tradition of delivering Thanksgiving turkeys and meals to families in need in the greater Baltimore area. The Food Bank is donating around 400 boxes of food this year.
  • Lovie Thompson-Olgesby, a U.S. Army veteran, will received a new roof on Tuesday, November 17, from RoofPRO, an Owens Corning Platinum Roofing Contractor, as part of the Owens Corning Roof Deployment Project, Giving back to U.S. Military Veterans.
  • Shoppers milled about the 818 Market on Frederick Road during its grand opening event the morning of Nov. 16 — many came without lists — some as early as 5:45 a.m. — excited to browse Catonsville’s long-anticipated gourmet grocer, opened by two longtime Catonsville residents Dan Zakai and Patrick Baldwin.
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