Tuesday, April 16, 2013
The Pikesville store's regular event will be a show of solidarity in light of the bombings at the Boston Marathon, said owner Karen Levin. All are welcome to attend.
The bombings at the Boston Marathon have shaken the running world, but runners will not quit. "It's a terrible, terrible thing," Karen Levin, owner of Fleet Feet in Pikesville said Tuesday about the Monday bombings. Along with other running stores in the area and the country, however, Fleet Feet is dedicating its 6 p.m. Tuesday run to those who are and were in Boston. "Mainly to say, 'We are there with them, we are running in solidarity, and we are going to continue to run,'" she said. While the runners Levin and her husband Bobby know made it through the marathon without injury, she said she has heard that there "were some injured from Maryland." A Cockeysville resident was among them. Read the report on Hunt Valley-Cockeysville Patch. A …
The Super Bowl most valuable player will do public signings April 20.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will do a public autograph signing this week in Pikesville. There are fees for autographs, and items may be dropped off beforehand, according to The Great Moments Inc. website. Check the Flacco event site for details. The event takes place from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Hilton Doubletree, 1726 Reisterstown Rd, according to a tweet from @TeamFlacco. Great Moments is a retail store that specializes in "autographed sports memorabilia and hosting autograph sessions," its website states. Nearby, there's a store at 23 Padonia Road in Timonium. There are also stores in Westminster, White Marsh and Frederick.
Monday, April 15, 2013
J.S. Edwards is located in the Festival at Woodholme Shopping Center.
J.S. Edwards, known for its men's clothing, has been in business for 30 years. To celebrate, owners Diane and Edward Steinberg will hold a press conference April 24 with elected officials as well as media personalities. The store opened in the spring of 1983 at the Hilton Plaza on Reisterstown Road, according to a news release. In 1989, it was moved north of the Baltimore Beltway to its current location.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and Councilwoman Vicki Almond are scheduled to attend.
The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce Tuesday announced its annual business and community awards breakfast. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and Councilwoman Vicki Almond are scheduled to attend the event, which will be emceed by meteorologist Justin Berk on April 17 at the North Oaks Retirement Community. Awards to be given include business of the year, person of the year, state trooper of the year and a student scholarship. Registration is $20 for members or $25 for nonmembers. Registration is available online or by calling the chamber at 410-484-2337. Check out our coverage of last year's breakfast.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Openings include a group leader at the Y of Central Maryland and a barista position at Starbucks.
Looking for a new job? A first job? Here are openings posted this week in Pikesville on job sites CareerBuilder and Indeed. Remember, you can share openings or browse jobs in your neighborhood anytime on our jobs page.
Thursday, April 4, 2013
Renovations are under way to return the old movie house to its roots.
It's reel-y happening. Movies will play again at Pikes Theatre after almost three decades without its silver screen. The Baltimore Jewish Times reports plans are under way to turn the theater—now the Pikes Diner—back to its former glory. The paper reports the new theater will have two 25-by-13 foot screens, and each screening room will seat 80. The theater would be open seven days a week and show first-run films. Pikes told the Times that the new theater could open as soon as July. “It’s like a godsend because, the fact is, I really can’t think of anything else to create activity down here,” owner Wil Reich told the paper. “I can’t think of anything that would benefit the 900- and 1000-blocks of Reisterstown Road more than this concept.” …
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Baltimore County police from the Pikesville Precinct say a TV and cable box were stolen from Beyond Care.
A burglar stole two TVs from Beyond Care, a business located at 6002 Liberty Road in Gwynn Oak. Between 10:30 p.m. Monday and 10 a.m. Tuesday, someone came in the rear door that had been locked, according to a report by the Baltimore County Police Department. An employee said she found the door opened and the business' TV and cable box were missing. The business, located at 6002 Liberty Road in Gwynn Oak, offers training for people who want to start their own assisted living facility, according to the business' website.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Kettler seeks a leasing consultant and the Army National Guard seeks specialists.
Looking for a new job? A first job? Here are jobs posted for the Pikesville area on Indeed and CareerBuilder in the past week. And remember, you can share job openings in your community right here on Patch. Check out the jobs available this week in Lutherville-Timonium. Does your business have a job opening? Add it to the comments section below this article.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
An auction was held last week, and another Quarry Lake business owner bought the popular breakfast and lunch restaurant.
UPDATE (3 p.m.)—Quarry Bagel & Cafe, a breakfast and lunch restaurant at The Shops at Quarry Lake, has been sold. "It sold to another food tenant in Quarry Lake," said Scott Frank, auction specialist for commercial and residential properties. He represents Alex Copper Chattel Auctions. Current owner Geoff Friedman said it sold to the owners of California Tortilla, and that transitioning ownership will take up to three weeks. During that time Quarry Bagel will remain open—and beyond. Friedman said he will help the new owner transition into operating the business. And it's likely that the new owner will keep the restaurant open for dinner. An auction of the business "in its entirety" was held Friday, according to the auction announcement. …
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Here are jobs posted online for Pikesville employers in the past week.
Looking for your new job? Your first job? Here are jobs posted in Pikesville on the job-searching sites Indeed and CareerBuilder in the past week. Want to share your job opening with the neighborhood? Post in our free classifieds section.