Glen Burnie

January 14, 1993

Rocky Run is granted liquor license

The county Board of License Commissioners has granted a liquor license to Rocky Run Restaurant, which plans to use it to go into competition with Ruby Tuesday, the restaurant it faces in Marley Station Mall.

Rocky Run will receive the license to serve beer, wine and liquor along with food and including on Sundays after it resolves a few bureaucratic matters.

The restaurant had changed hands in July. It used to be Stash & Stella's, a 1950s-style diner, and many of the trappings remain. Bill Solem, general manager of Rocky Run, said last week that he planned to soften the decor and make menu changes by the end of March if the liquor license was approved.

The two facing restaurants are the only ones in the mall with permits to serve liquor.

Improvement group elects new directors

The Glen Burnie Improvement Association elected and swore in six members to its board of directors at a meeting Tuesday.

New board members are Sylvia Day, Richard Gross and Chuck Kiessling, replacing former state Sen. Al Lipin and Barbara Moeller, who chose not to seek re-election, and John Scherer, who was defeated.

Gary Falls sought a board seat, but was defeated.

Harold Bryant, Charles Cusick and Kathy DeGrange were re-elected.

The terms run for two years.


* Glen Burnie: Vandals spray painted the door of a 1993 Jeep parked in the first block of Oak Lane Thursday.

* Glen Burnie: Burglars stole a color television worth $450 Sunday from a home in the 200 block of New Jersey Ave.

* Southgate: A burglar broke into a 1990 Ford Ranger parked in the 300 block of Mountain Ridge Court Monday and took a brief case and other property valued at $800.

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