An item in the Business Notes in yesterday's Howard County...

Business Notes

March 24, 1997

An item in the Business Notes in yesterday's Howard County edition of The Sun incorrectly stated that the HomePlace store in Ellicott City's Long Gate Shopping Center is associated with another business.

The Sun regrets the error.

Long Gate Shopping Center will include Pizzeria Uno

Uno Restaurant Corp., parent company of Pizzeria Uno, will open its fourth Baltimore-area location in Long Gate Shopping Center, under construction at Routes 29 and 100 in Ellicott City.

The center includes Target and Kohl's as well as Safeway, Sears HomePlace, Barnes & Noble and Blockbuster Video.

The company operates nearly 150 Pizzeria Uno locations across the country.

Great Columbia Bike Ride to benefit hospital, police

FOR THE RECORD - CORRECTION

Apple Ford, Diamondback Bicycles, FCNB Bank, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Naden/Lean, LLC, The Baltimore Sun, Kids' Dental Center, Piccolo's Restaurant and Princeton Sports & Travel will sponsor the eighth annual Great Columbia Bike Ride -- to benefit the Children's Care Center at Howard County General Hospital and the Howard County Police Foundation -- May 4.

Registration begins Friday at Princeton Sports & Travel on Little Patuxent Parkway and Kids' Dental Group in Dorsey Hall.

Participants receive a gift pack with T-shirt, water bottle and gift items.

The cost is $12 for adults, $6 for children under age 18 and $6 for seniors.

Information: 995-1894.

Lincoln Technical Institute holds ceremony for campus

Lincoln Technical Institute recently opened its newest training facility on Snowden River Parkway in Columbia.

Howard County Executive Charles I. Ecker joined Lincoln's executive director Elliott "Brad" Jones Sr. for a ceremonial ribbon cutting, and greeted students as they arrived for their first day of classes at the new campus.

The 73,500-square-foot facility will provide training in automotive technology and heating, air conditioning and refrigeration.

The institute, which was founded in 1946 in Newark, N.J., to train World War II veterans, operates 13 business and technical training facilities in six states.

More than 500 students are enrolled at the Columbia campus, which offers day and evening classes. John McDonough,the Columbia-based custom-homebuilder who closed the business that bore his name and declared bankruptcy in 1994, is assuming the presidency of Nantucket Island Homes, where he worked as a construction manager after the failure of his company. McDonough, who started as a laborer to help pay college expenses, is a partner with John Liparini and Hugh Cole in Nantucket Island Homes. The company expects to build between 25 and 40 homes at Pointer's Run, Hobbit's Glen, Marshalee Estates and Kendall Ridge this year.

Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.