Monday, December 31, 2012
We've rounded up the top stories of 2012, including the arrivals of Corner Bakery Cafe, Illiano's and Dougie's, an indecent exposure incident and more.
Following are the most-read stories of 2012 on Pikesville Patch: Businesses in Pikesville and Randallstown, including the closing of Fields of Pikesville were important to readers. A mortgage fraud case was among the most-read stories of the year on Pikesville Patch. From a double-homicide to purse snatchings, Pikesville Patch was there, bringing you incomparable police and crime coverage: A house fire in Grey Rock was visible from the Festival at Woodholme, and readers were interested in the story. Readers submitted a variety of photos throughout the year: Storms caught readers' attention: And the winning Mega Millions lottery ticket got national, and local attention for a 7-Eleven in Milford Mill. Finally, readers elected an honorary …
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Maryland had its own horrific shootings in 2012, but it wasn't a year all about bad news. Remember Zaching, dinosaur footprints and the lawless Batman?
The end of the year is an opportunity to look back at the news that had us riveted in Maryland. Here are Patch's most-read stories of 2012: Blue State Politics: Referendum Wins in Maryland Make National Headlines A dominant state Democratic Party, a progressive electorate and other factors converged in Maryland on Election Day to bring passage of same-sex marriage, in-state tuition for some illegal immigrants and expanded gambling. -- Two Young Women Dead in Ellicott City Train Derailment Two young women one week away from going back to college died at the site of a CSX train derailment in Ellicott City. -- Perry Hall High School Shooting Opens 2012-2013 School Year A 15-year-old was accused of shooting another student in Perry Hall High…
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Here's what Patch's Baltimore city and county sites crowned as the best sandwich shops in the region.
Throughout the Baltimore region, Patch readers in the city and county voted this week for their favorite sandwich spots in town. Here's what your neighbors had to say. Have you been to a few of these places? Talk about them in the comments!
Monday, March 5, 2012
Where do you get the best workout? Who has the best facilities or trainers? Take our poll, and may the best Pikesville gym win.
It's where you sweat, work and play; meet your trainer, make friends and spend (hopefully) a good part of your week. Or it's where you'd go if you had the goal of getting fit or the time: the gym. Where's your favorite spot in the Pikesville area for getting a workout? What's the best bang for your exercise buck? Where are the best classes? What do you look for in a gym? Here are some of our favorite places, but if we're leaving anyone off of the list, please let us know in the comments and we'll add it: Arenal Fitness Curves Baltimore Fitness & Tennis Fitness Evolution, Reisterstown Road Plaza Lifebridge Health & Fitness Pikesville Senior Center Weinberg Park Heights Jewish Community Center Voting in the poll below is open until 9 a.m. …