A Towson-based company founded less than 10 years ago has emerged as one of the biggest players in the local real estate scene, drawing on its principals' deep ties to the area to build political and financial support for its plans.
So far from what I've read the new Towne Centre at Laurel isn't going to make people jump into their car and come rushing to it. I shop at Columbia mall because of the major department stores and a very good selection of small stores. I can only hope that in the coming months the owners will announce that there will be brand name children's, men's and women's clothing stores coming to the center.
The house that was the scene of alleged sexual assaults by three Naval Academy football players looks like any other in the suburban Annapolis neighborhood: a brick split-level on a quiet cul de sac lined with cherry trees. It was rented by midshipmen, a violation of academy rules, according to officials.
Stone's Cove Kitbar opens; Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Company marks 100th anniversary, Reisterstown's Bloomin' ArtFest takes place May 11, William Yurcik, a sixth-grader from Franklin Middle School, named a Carson Scholar
Forty percent of Maryland workers — nearly 820,000 people — have no option to take time off with pay if they're ill, according to estimates from the Institute for Women's Policy Research. Now three Baltimore groups that advocate for workers are launching a campaign to make paid leave mandatory in the state, calling it a public health issue as well as a matter of basic fairness.
An "open-air plaza" surrounded by yet-to-be-selected restaurant and retail tenants is planned to be built at the Mall in Columbia in the space currently occupied by the L.L. Bean store, mall owner General Growth Properties announced Tuesday.
The Fallston High School (FHS) PTSA Post Prom Committee thanks the FHS parents, the faculty and staff, the administration, the many volunteers, and the Harford County community for their support in making the 2012 FHS Post Prom party a success!