Construction of an apartment building will begin soon in Foundry Row, the $140 million retail complex built in Owings Mills on the site of the old Solo Cup plant, according to the project’s developers.
Baltimore County Councilman Julian Jones, who represents much of Owings Mills and part of Reisterstown, is the new council chairman — and the first African-American one — at a time when the black presence is growing in the county.
What kind of education are we giving our kids if we, the adults in their lives, don't know much and can't share about the natural history of where we live? Or worse, don't care? Nature has so much to teach. But by spending time indoors on video games or outside only on sports fields we're missing the lessons — and so are our kids.
With the convening of the 2017 session of the Maryland General Assembly at noon Jan. 11, state Del. Jay Jalisi will be thinking about ways to get residents from Randallstown and Reisterstown to job opportunities in the city and elsewhere
At the opening of the Owings Mills Mall in 1986, politicians celebrated it as the high-end centerpiece of the emerging, affluent suburb. Thirty years later, workers have encircled the mall with screened fences and are tearing it down.
Developers in Baltimore city and county need to keep reading their Jane Jacob's "Death and Life of Great American Cities" because much of our development is based on an old model, one that privileges the car. The cities that thrive now are interconnected and built for people. They are safe and interesting to multiple senses; they have effective public transportation and nutritive green space, parks and playgrounds. They are places people go to see beauty and other people, to sit and be seen. Not
On Sept. 18, Wegmans will open its eighth Maryland store at Foundry Row, a new 350,000-square-foot retail center at the intersection of Reisterstown and Painters Mill roads, previous home of Solo Cup's manufacturing site.
Giant Food continues to dominate supermarket retailing in the Baltimore-Washington region, including the Baltimore area, but the grocer is losing market share to rivals such as Wal-Mart, a supermarket analysis shows.
The event brings businesses, nonprofits, community organizations, artists and residents of the Owings Mills community together for a single day, introducing folks to their neighbors and opportunities in the area.