Sunday, March 3, 2013
The Woodlawn store is located at 7005 Security Boulevard.
Two Weis markets will celebrate the grand opening of two stores in Baltimore County. At 9 a.m. Sunday, a small ceremony will be held at the new, 58,027-square-foot Woodlawn store, located at 7005 Security Blvd., according to a news release from Weis Markets. And another ceremony will be held at the new, 55,476-square-foot Towson store at 1238 Putty Hill Ave., where a ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held, and Weis representatives will donate a $50,000 check to the Maryland Food Bank. "Additional donations will be made to the Baltimore Humane Society, Woodlawn Volunteer Fire Company, the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Woodlawn Senior Center and more," the release states. Both new stores are energy-efficient, the release states. Features …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The nurse and college student talked about her desire to expand her home-based party catering business into a brick-and-mortar store.
Darlene Proctor, a student at Anne Arundel Community College, recently took the national spotlight on NBC's morning show, The Today Show. Proctor, a nurse from Windsor Mill, discussed classes she's taken at the community college's Hotel, Culinary Arts and Travel (HCAT) institute, a rapidly expanding section of the college's course portfolio. During the Monday morning program, Proctor said she wants to learn how to expand her home-based party catering business, Party Style Boutique Catering Events, into a brick-and-mortar store. The student got some tips from a national expert in the advertising field, Donny Deutsch. Some of Deutsch's advice included: Don't be too shy to make everyone you know and meet, an ambassador for your business. Tell…
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Some Energy Star products that qualify include dehumidifiers, air conditioners, clothes washers, furnaces and standard-size refrigerators, according to the state Comptroller's website.
Get a break on sales tax this weekend on some appliances sold throughout the state. Saturday through Monday is Maryland's Tax Free Weekend for Energy Star appliances, according to the state comptroller's website. The following products are eligible for the discount: The offer begins at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, and runs through midnight Monday, the website states. For more information, call the Taxpayer Service Section at 410-260-7980 in Central Maryland, or toll-free 1-800-638-2937. Some Pikesville stores that sell some Energy Star appliances include: In the Pikesville area: Randallstown: Catonsville: For more ways to save energy, including energy-saving programs, visit Baltimore Gas & Electric's website.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
According to the Maryland Lottery officials, the winners of the historic $656 million jackpot watched the lottery news unfolding, came up with a plan, and went to the lottery headquarters in Baltimore with a financial adviser.
On March 30, a 20-year-old public school employee found a winning Mega Millions lottery ticket among the 60 she had spread out on the floor. "Once I realized one was a winner, I called my two friends right away," she said in a Maryland Lottery news release Tuesday. The three have decided to remain anonymous. She and another winner, a man in his 40s, went over to the third friend's house—a woman in her 50s—to plan how to claim their winnings, the release states. The three friends, all public school employees, had gone in on a pool together to purchase the 60 tickets for the historic $656 million Mega Millions jackpot, lottery officials said. They bought the Maryland winning ticket earlier that evening at the 7-Eleven located at 8014 …
Monday, April 2, 2012
A Haitian immigrant who is the mother of seven and works at a Westport McDonald's told the New York Post that she has the winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Milford Mill.
UPDATE (1:39 p.m.)—A Westport McDonald's employee says she's the one who bought the winning Mega Millions ticket at the 7-Eleven in Milford Mill. Marlinde Wilson said she bought one for herself individually and also some in a pool with others at the McDonald's, according to a New York Post report. She plans to turn in the ticket Monday, the report states; however, "Pressed as the day went on, she became more cagey." "I don’t know if I won," she said in The Post. "Some of the numbers were familiar. I recognized some of [them]. “I don’t know why’’ people are saying differently. “I’m going to go to the lottery office [today]. I bought some tickets separately.” Carole Everett, director of communications for Mega Millions, told Pikesville …