Thursday, May 16, 2013
A masked man stole electronics and wheeled them out the back door of the Pikesville store on Reisterstown Road.
iPads, iPods and Nooks are missing from Target after a burglar hid in the store until after closing, stole the items and wheeled them away in shopping cart. Between 12:52 a.m. and 1:05 a.m. Saturday, a man wearing all black, including a black ski mask and gloves or socks on his hands, emerged from the receiving area of the Pikesville store at 1737 Reisterstown Road with a tool and two bags, according to a report by Baltimore County police. Like Pikesville Patch on Facebook. "The suspect then smashed several display cases and removed iPads, iPad minis, iPods and Nook HDs," the report states. He then put the items into a shopping cart, went out a rear door and ran southbound, the report states. The suspect is described as a male, age 18 to …
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
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Saturday, May 11, 2013
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Thursday, May 9, 2013
Ralph Jaffe says the public wasn't given enough notice of hearings on increasing stormwater fees.
Baltimore County Council should have given the public proper notice of hearings on stormwater fee increases, a Pikesville resident said. And he's filed a complaint, according to a report in The Baltimore Sun. In April the Council approved the fees, which added a flat $21 fee to townhouses and $39 for single-family detached homes. The fee was increased by $3 after the Council cut rates for nonprofits. Businesses will pay a fee based on the amount of impervious surface on their properties. Assistant Regional Editor Bryan Sears contributed to this report.
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Thursday, May 9
Thunderstorms are possible in Pikesville Thursday through Saturday night, but the sky could be clear again, all day long, by Monday. Storms could begin after 8 a.m. Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. Expect a high of about 73 degrees. Thunderstorms are a possibility through Saturday night, and Sunday will be cloudy, the Pikesville forecast states. Subway Curious about the Milford Mill MTA Subway Station? Now you can watch 3 minutes of comings and goings on the track, thanks to a YouTube video posted recently. DASH Week Gerri Chizek of The Day School at Baltimore Hebrew posted three photos of the school's DASH week, held in February 2013. During the week, titled Days of Arts, Science, and Humanities, students did hands-on …
On Saturday the store in The Shops at Quarry Lake, plans a fundraiser to benefit to help end childhood hunger.
A grocer in Pikesville invites customers to decorate cupcakes for a cause. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 18, Fresh Market on Quarry Lake Drive will hold a fundraiser to benefit Share Our Strength, a group that works to end childhood hunger in the US, according to an announcement on the store's website. Through its No Kid Hungry program, the group connects "children with the nutritious food they need to lead healthy, active lives," the announcement states. Fresh Market has a bakery, coffee shop and sells seasonal items, chocolate, candy, flowers, body care, seafood and more. It's located at 2510 Quarry Lake Drive in Pikesville, in The Shops at Quarry Lake. For more information, contact the store at 410-580-1930.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
The time and location have changed from last year.
The Pikesville Farmers Market starts Tuesday afternoon with a new time and location. From 2-6 p.m. each Tuesday through Oct. 29, shoppers will be able to purchase fresh produce, jewelry, pickled items, plants and gourmet treats from the market's vendors, according to the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce website. Also, Hardys BBQ will sell lunch at its food truck. Pomona Square is located at 1700 Reisterstown Road—Pikesville's main street—in the same area as Suburban House. For a list of vendors, check the chamber website. Are there benefits from shopping at the Pikesville Farmers Market instead of at a grocery store? Tell us in the comments.
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Tickets are on sale for the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce's 2nd annual event at the Hilton Doubletree.
Monday, April 22, 2013
Nick Mangione of Doubletree by Hilton honored as person of the year, and First Watch was honored as business of the year.
The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday honored people who have made significant contributions to the community. Business Recognition Awards were were given during the chamber's annual awards breakfast to the following, according to a news release from the chamber: The $500 Eileen Marks Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Ben Snyder, a senior at Pikesville High School, for his essay on how he will give back to his community in the future. Do you have photos from this event that you would like to share? If so, you can upload them directly to this article.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Ritz Camera is doing business in Towson.