Downtown jobs, housing boom
BALTIMORE COUNTY DIGEST
BDC pushes to finalize west-side contract
Suspect held in shooting
Police know better than to call vest bulletproof
Robbery, shots rattle a quiet neighborhood
Third officer shot
Stores, eateries ditch spinach
Wholesale grocery center to lay off 369
Olives, olives everywhere
Robber of Ellicott City grocery is believed to have struck again Same man suspected in holdups at 2 stores in area since November
Harford sheriff seeks witness to store robbery Group suspected in string of thefts in Md., Pa., Va.
A deer customer
Grocers shun bay seafood Market officials say customers fear Pfiesteria; Glendening frustrated; Health experts emphasize that fish are safe to eat
Quite easy to miss, but hard to forget Historic district is glowing centerpiece of burgeoning Elkridge
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Valu Food Stores attracts 2 suitors Chain acknowledges offers, but says it isn't for sale; Groceries
Residents still seeking supermarket Hopes had focused on shopping center in CarMax project; But no chain has committed; Automobile superstore with 800-car inventory could open next month
Burglar gets prison term in 1995 break-in
Milk-price bill sweet to some, sour to others Possible effect on cost at store is central issue; Maryland in the middle; House Bill 504 has caused some to switch sides
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Giant's labor image is pushed Competition raises stake in contract talks
Jan. 24 performance in Mount Airy offers family entertainment
Herb Club is offering N.C. garden tour in May
Out of the darkness, a modest hero emerged
Balto. Co. firefighters, neighbors aid fire victims
Last city dairy says cheap milk from Pa., Va. threatens future Doomsday view comes as Md. weighs supports similar to neighbors
Modern mill carries on an Ellicott City tradition History: The town's founders used water power to grind flour at the site of today's Wilkins-Rogers plant, but the similarities end there.
Reading, 'riting and register tapes Business-school partnerships: Programs enhance schools' investment in technology.
Winfield Elementary School secretary honored with tree tribute
Two gunmen force woman into car trunk
Safeway injects competition in Canton district Chain opening store today to challenge Super Fresh
LOCAL FLAVOR Produce: Area farmers put their best fruits and vegetables forward in the aisles of Giant Food and other major grocery stores.
Farm to supermarket, fast Cornucopia: A 10-year-old state program is resulting in more and more produce from Maryland's farms finding its way into Maryland supermarkets.
Family market bucks the trend Competition: With grocery-store chains overpowering the industry, the co-owners of Foodrite-Groceteria in Mount Airy plan to preserve their business for a third generation.
County will pay umpires' fees Annapolis man accused of stealing youth league funds
Elderly woman attacked by two men who steal her purse and her car
4th strip center planned in Mount Airy Growth, location lure Super Fresh anchor
Armed man robs grocery store, gets over $3,000
Police seek to identify body of man
League expected to name Spirit as host of its '97 All-Star Game
Retailers short on everything money can buy Demand high, supply low: Storm-driven panic buying and snow-blocked delivery routes leave Maryland stores struggling to make inventories catch up with the strong demand for all sorts of goods.; BLIZZARD OF 1996
The Inside Story Snowbound: It's either quality time or flakeout city as families stuck at home cope with forced togetherness. Staff writers Stephanie Shapiro, Arthur Hirsch, Patricia Meisol, Linell Smith and Susan Reimer contributed to this article.
An unappetizing trend: supermarket snacking
Union's 2nd vote observed by U.S. Food, Commercial Workers elect 20 in settling '94 suit