The $3.8 million project was developed in existing space at the LifeBridge Health facility in Randallstown.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Thursday, January 3, 2013
The 9-pound 11-ounce Chaya Tzipora Danziger, a resident of Upper Park Heights, was born at 1:43 a.m. Tuesday.
An Upper Park Heights couple's baby girl was the first to be born in 2013 at the BirthPlace at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. It was midnight Tuesday—the beginning of the new year—when Elisheva and Kalman Danziger of the Greenspring area near Pikesville got to the registration desk. And by 1:43 a.m., Chaya Tzipora Danziger was born, weighing 9 pounds, 11 ounces. "She was coming fast," Elisheva said. They named their daughter after Elisheva's great grandmother—Chaya Tzipora Halon—who hailed from Israel and later New York City, Elisheva said. Visit Pikesville Patch's Facebook page for more photos. Chaya, who was born two weeks overdue, is the couple's second child. "I'm happy to have her out," Eliseva said. One-year-old Boruch Danziger is …
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
The sunshine highlights the beauty of landscaping at the Festival at Woodholme shopping center.
After a rainy week, it's nice to see rosebushes flourishing in the warmth of clear spring skies. These photos were taken at the Festival at Woodholme, in the parking lot across from Al Pacino Cafe and Lifebridge Health & Fitness. I'm sure these aren't the only beautiful flowers in the area. Show off your green thumb and your photography skills (hey, it's easy to make a flower look beautiful!) and upload photos of flowers or scenes in your yard, or from anywhere around town.
Friday, September 30, 2011
Get in the pink at Overlea Station; do some Pilates in Pikesville, or attend a Girls Night Out in Randallstown, all in October—National Breast Awareness Month.
There are plenty of National Breast Cancer Awareness events going on in Baltimore County. For example, at Lifebridge Health & Fitness Center in Pikesville, get a free hour of a workout favorite during the Pilates for Pink event Oct. 1 from 10:35-11:35 a.m. It's a free event, but $25 donations will be accepted, with proceeds benefiting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the Herman & Walter Samuelson Breast Care Center at Northwest Hospital. To register for the pilates hour, call Kimberlee Strome at 410-318-6831. And get your pink on at Overlea Station for the A Crucial Catch event. Here's the idea: Watch the Ravens Sunday Night Football Game at 7 p.m. Oct. 2, wear your pink Breast Cancer Awareness NFL gear, and get $5 off a check of…