July 6, 2012
The sixth annual Brian's Baseball Bash -- a fundraiser for the University of Maryland Children's Hospital, hosted by Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts -- will take place Aug. 12 at Dave & Buster's in Arundel Mills mall. The bash, which benefits the University of Maryland Children's Hospital, includes food, games, silent and live auctions and opportunities to mingle with Orioles players and get autographs. Admission is $200 for adults and $150 for children under 12. For information, call Krista Ellis at 410-328-6064 or go to officialbrianroberts.com.
January 1, 2013
Route 295 southbound was shut down at Arundel Mills Boulevard on Tuesday afternoon for an accident, police said. The crash was reported about 4 p.m., according to the State Highway Administration. All southbound traffic lanes and shoulders were closed to traffic for about an hour, with a single lane and shoulder open as of 5 p.m. Police had cleared the accident by 8 p.m., according to SHA. firstname.lastname@example.org twitter.com/ssdance
March 8, 2010
Maryland's first Papaya Factory Outlet will open this spring in Arundel Mills in Hanover, mall officials said Monday. Papaya Factory Outlet, an upscale, contemporary women's apparel retailer that will offer tops, dresses, outerwear and accessories, will open in May. Mall officials also said Vans Outlet Store, which specializes in teen footwear and apparel, will expand and move to a spot near Best Buy this spring. Arundel Mills has more than 200 stores, with a mix of name-brand outlets, specialty shops, restaurants and entertainment, including tenants Kenneth Cole Company Store, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Ann Taylor Factory Store and Neiman Marcus Last Call.
October 29, 2010
As Election Day quickly approaches, there continues to be much confusion among Anne Arundel County residents about exactly what the proposed casino at Arundel Mills means for the area around the mall and for Anne Arundel County. Even after all this time, the question I am most asked is still: "Now, where will this casino be located?" As vice president/general manager of Arundel Mills, I believe that all Anne Arundel County residents need to know, straight form the source, why I believe Maryland Live!
January 1, 2010
When Arundel Mills was proposed in the late 1990s, it was to be one of the largest malls on the East Coast. In order to win local support, the Mills Corporation shrank the proposed size of the mall and offered to reconfigure roads, add a community room, and provide land for Anne Arundel Community College. With those concessions by the Mills Corporation, the project received local support. Slot machines were never proposed or even imagined in the project. Since the mall's opening in 2000, the area has seen an explosion of residential development.
October 28, 2010
So Anne Arundel County voters are evenly divided over slots at the Arundel Mills Mall ( "Poll shows tight battle for Arundel Mills slots," Oct. 24.) I would be willing to bet that those for the slots parlor don't live anywhere near Arundel Mills and/or don't shop there. Consider this, if you live in Annapolis or areas south of there, would you like to have the slots parlor at Annapolis Mall? Or how about a slots parlor at Marley Station Mall? It's that same old thing — I don't want it in my backyard, but I will be happy to vote to put it in your backyard!