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.
Pat Baldwin and Dan Zakai, co-owners of the developing 818 Market, have set Oct. 1, 2019, as their grand opening date after construction was delayed by flooding last year and their business plan expanded.
Farmers were already worried that this growing season would be hampered by a cold, wet spring, and weeks of developing drought conditions. Now, they're trying to salvage what crops survived those challenges and have recently been drowning in flooded fields or afflicted with mold or disease.
Tessemae’s, a fast-growing maker of natural salad dressings based in Essex, has been sued in recent months by a handful of its suppliers, including an Elkridge-based contract manufacturer that filed a lawsuit earlier this month seeking more than $150,000 in damages.
Deer, goose, quail and other wild game can be legally hunted in Maryland, allowing chefs and home cooks to experiment with new local flavors. And non-hunters can try out the recipes with farm-raised meats.
A Baltimore developer's plan to turn a sleepy Falls Road shopping strip that backs into Lake Roland Park into a bustling "village," with restaurants, offices and six-story apartment building, has some neighbors, worried about the project's impact on the increasingly popular park, the environment and traffic.
Lisa Christhilf, the culinary arts instructor at Western School of Technology in Catonsville, was named the 2016-17 Chef Educator of the Year by the Greater Baltimore Chapter of the American Culinary Federation.
Endcaps were being stocked, the standalone refrigerators were being filled and frozen fish was being put in the cases – employees have been busy all weekend preparing for Wednesday's early morning opening of Safeway in Brierhill Shopping Center, which has been closed for 10 months. It's been a long process to re-open the store that closed Jan. 23 after the roof collapsed under 30-plus inches of snow.
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.
Wegmans Food Markets has begun hiring for 325 part-time positions at its new location in Owings Mills, scheduled to open Sept. 18. The grocery chain began hiring for roughly 100 full-time jobs in February for the store located in Foundry Row, a retail and office complex being developed by the Owings Mills firm Greenberg Gibbons at Reisterstown and Painters Mill roads. Some full-time positions remain available.
New rules proposed by the Obama administration would require seafood importers to record more information about the who, what, where and when of their products, in an effort to fight illegal fishing and seafood fraud.
Lynn Faulkner and her daughter Sophia were having lunch on a snow day at Panera Bread restaurant in Abingdon just before noon Wednesday when Sophia heard what she thought was glass breaking. Then the 15-year-old turned and saw a sheriff's deputy shot in the head. She said she froze as she tried to process what was happening.
Wegmans installed induction hearing loops, designed to deliver speech clearly to hearing aids or implants in noisy environments, in 17 stores last year, including the one at Hunt Valley Towne Center, after testing the technology at two stores near its headquarters in Rochester, N.Y. Besides checkout lanes, loops are available at the pharmacy and customer service department.
The owner of Michele's Granola briefly doubted her decision years ago to start her own business — and for good reason. A pricey commercial oven delivered to her new bakery in Curtis Bay was left on the sidewalk. And it was much too big to fit in the front door.