Ray Green is married with two daughters and lives in West Sussex, England. He graduated from Southampton University with a BSc in Physics and then went on to a career spanning some 30 years in the electronics manufacturing industry. For much of that time he was operating at Director or Managing Director level in several different companies and so he is well qualified to give an insight into the world of business and corporate politics and intrigue. His business career culminated in his participation in a management buyout of his last company. It was an incredibly tortuous process, and the ...
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LocaLynx was launched by its three founders from Mansfield, Ohio. in October 2015, offering communities coupons and deals for nearby businesses, while promoting local goods and services. The app has since launched in communities across 15 states and Canada, including Maryland, Michigan, Florida, Texas, Colorado and Wyoming.
Now five years old with 41 locations in 11 states, the chain is looking to double in size in two years, and Kraus and Newton say they plan to turn barbecue with a side of patriotism into a national brand.
By now you've probably heard that there's a new "Real Housewives" franchise that's set up shop nearby in tony Potomac. The cast of six started displaying their quick comebacks, lavish digs and equally lavish wardrobes on Sunday's series premiere on Bravo. Here's a quick rundown on where you might spot the cast during their off-camera hours and how they achieve their on-camera style.
Two women who work at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center and have breast cancer meet for the first time at a special hospital event and plot to match-make their adult children. It works. Now, the happy couple is getting married. St. Joe's threw them an engagement party last week.
The Harford County Liquor Control Board assessed extra fines against two local businesses Wednesday after the resident licensees did not show up for show cause hearings to answer charges of liquor law violations.
Despite objections from its lawyer, the Harford County Liquor Control Board has decided Bonefish Grill in Bel Air can keep serving alcoholic drinks to its customers, having complied with requirements the board set two weeks ago.
Owners of Bonefish Grill in Bel Air, who have been running their establishment for five months without any members of their limited liability corporation on their liquor license as the law requires, have about two weeks to get their paperwork in order.
Through the Winter Shelter program, St. Philip's Episcopal Church hosted the homeless from Sunday Dec. 28, 2014 through Sunday, Jan. 4, hosting an estimated 30-35 people each night and were assisted in the large effort by many local groups and restaurants to provide food, personal supplies, lunches for the next day, conversation and company.
Developer Greenberg Gibbons announced last month the addition of five new restaurants, two retailers and a U.S. post office to the new Towne Centre at Laurel. Along with new tenants is also the addition of a new street light and entrance that allows drivers to enter from Cherry Lane, said Jack Brock, assistant director of community planning for Laurel.
More than a dozen Harford County businesses were willing to serve alcohol to an underage customer during a compliance test last week, the county's liquor control board revealed at a meeting last Wednesday.
Thomas Fitzpatrick, president and chief operating officer of developer Greenberg Gibbons, came before the Laurel City Council Monday, Jan. 27 to update the city on opening dates and new stores in the $110 million Towne Centre at Laurell, which, he said, could bring upward of 1,500 new jobs to the area; not counting the about 1,000 construction jobs in the building of the center.
Shoo-Fly Diner, the new restaurant from Amy and Spike Gjerde, opened mid-October in the Belvedere Square building — a former Hess Shoes store — that has previously housed the restaurants Taste and Crush.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced Thursday that Bonefish Grill, BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse, Hanabi Japanese Restaurant and the Bobby Flay-inspired Bobby's Burger Palace, as the four newest future tenants of Towson Square.
You know those television cooking shows where the chefs scramble to prepare judge-pleasing dishes using specified ingredients while the clock ticks down? The Mason Dixon Master Chef Tournament is like that, except with a live audience and an emcee who asks questions as the chefs work.