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by Carson Porter | May 26, 2011
Visit BostonMarket.com to print out your coupon for half off any family meal, valid on Memorial Day only!
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August 26, 2011
It's ironic that the Baltimore Sun recently mentioned how vital farmer's markets are to communities ("Growing faster than zucchini," Aug 20). My local market kept getting moved, and I wouldn't be surprised if it doesn't return next year. At least Office Depot was decent and smart enough to offer vendors a spot after they were shuttled from the library parking lot to Boston Market and yet again to a community center. Unfortunately, the new location isn't nearly as convenient: It's unlikely people will (or can)
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BUSINESS
By Suzanne Wooton and Suzanne Wooton,SUN STAFF | June 8, 1996
Southwest Airlines said yesterday that it will begin flying to Providence, R.I., in the fall, a long anticipated move that is expected to drive down fares to the popular Boston market from Baltimore-Washington International Airport.The Dallas-based discount carrier said it will announce in August which cities it will serve from Providence's T. F. Green Airport, along with fares and schedules. As the airline's primary East Coast airport, BWI is likely to factor heavily in the service, set to begin Oct. 27.Since Southwest made its East Coast debut at BWI nearly three years ago, it has pushed down prices in a number of markets.
NEWS
by Carson Porter | May 26, 2011
Visit BostonMarket.com to print out your coupon for half off any family meal, valid on Memorial Day only!
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 19, 2002
Next time you pop into a Boston Market, you might want to settle in for dinner. At least, that's what the management of the roast-chicken chain is hoping you'll do. All 10 of the chain's Baltimore-area restaurants have been given a face-lift, designed to make customers want to sit and eat instead of pick up and dash. The old white-walled, carryout feel is gone now, company spokeswoman Alyson Kim says. Each Boston Market now boasts soft lighting to accent its new, warm yellows, greens and blues.
FEATURES
By Joanne E. Morvay | May 24, 2000
Home-style line a step above frozen dinners * Item: Boston Market Home Style Meals * What you get: One entree with side dish * Cost: About $4.75 * Preparation time: 8 to 12 minutes in microwave, 50 minutes in conventional oven * Review: Boston Market's new line of frozen meals don't taste as fresh as those served in the chain's restaurants. But they're still a big step above the average frozen dinner. The meatloaf dinner offered two thick slices of fairly tasty meatloaf with flavorful gravy on the side, albeit accompanied by what tasted like instant mashed potatoes.
NEWS
December 18, 2009
ARTHUR CORES, 52 His shop became Boston Market chain Arthur Cores, the co-founder of a small Boston-area chicken restaurant that eventually became the Boston Market chain, died at his Miami Beach home on Wednesday of complications from esophageal cancer. He was diagnosed with advanced cancer at age 45 and given only months to live. Mr. Cores had attended Northeastern University and in 1985, at age 27, he teamed up with friend Steven Kolow, then 23, to craft a simple, but effective business plan - offering quick and affordable chicken dinners with the wholesome qualities of a home-cooked meal in Newton, Mass.
NEWS
August 26, 2011
It's ironic that the Baltimore Sun recently mentioned how vital farmer's markets are to communities ("Growing faster than zucchini," Aug 20). My local market kept getting moved, and I wouldn't be surprised if it doesn't return next year. At least Office Depot was decent and smart enough to offer vendors a spot after they were shuttled from the library parking lot to Boston Market and yet again to a community center. Unfortunately, the new location isn't nearly as convenient: It's unlikely people will (or can)
NEWS
By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,SUN STAFF | August 14, 1999
Six people were injured yesterday in a three-car accident that ended with a driverless car crashing into a motel satellite-dish support, county police said. The accident occurred about 10: 30 a.m. in front of the Boston Market in the 6400 block of Baltimore National Pike, police said. A 1992 Mazda driven by Antoine Taylor, 21, of the 1500 block of West Franklin St. and a 1998 Kia Sephia collided. The impact pushed the Kia into a 1988 Toyota pickup truck trying to turn into the Boston Market parking lot, police said.
NEWS
June 15, 2005
A $1,000 reward offered for information in fatal hit-and-run Howard County police are offering a $1,000 reward for information on the driver who fatally hit a 37-year-old Ellicott City man in March and fled. Gordon Dungan, 37, of the 3200 block of Normandy Woods Drive, was attempting to cross the eastbound lanes of U.S. 40 near Rogers Avenue about 7 p.m. March 11 when police believe a Toyota Corolla CE, model year between 1998 and 2002, hit him. Police recovered a car mirror at the scene, but are unsure of the car's color or whether it is a two- or four-door model.
NEWS
December 18, 2009
ARTHUR CORES, 52 His shop became Boston Market chain Arthur Cores, the co-founder of a small Boston-area chicken restaurant that eventually became the Boston Market chain, died at his Miami Beach home on Wednesday of complications from esophageal cancer. He was diagnosed with advanced cancer at age 45 and given only months to live. Mr. Cores had attended Northeastern University and in 1985, at age 27, he teamed up with friend Steven Kolow, then 23, to craft a simple, but effective business plan - offering quick and affordable chicken dinners with the wholesome qualities of a home-cooked meal in Newton, Mass.
NEWS
June 15, 2005
A $1,000 reward offered for information in fatal hit-and-run Howard County police are offering a $1,000 reward for information on the driver who fatally hit a 37-year-old Ellicott City man in March and fled. Gordon Dungan, 37, of the 3200 block of Normandy Woods Drive, was attempting to cross the eastbound lanes of U.S. 40 near Rogers Avenue about 7 p.m. March 11 when police believe a Toyota Corolla CE, model year between 1998 and 2002, hit him. Police recovered a car mirror at the scene, but are unsure of the car's color or whether it is a two- or four-door model.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 19, 2002
Next time you pop into a Boston Market, you might want to settle in for dinner. At least, that's what the management of the roast-chicken chain is hoping you'll do. All 10 of the chain's Baltimore-area restaurants have been given a face-lift, designed to make customers want to sit and eat instead of pick up and dash. The old white-walled, carryout feel is gone now, company spokeswoman Alyson Kim says. Each Boston Market now boasts soft lighting to accent its new, warm yellows, greens and blues.
FEATURES
By Joanne E. Morvay | May 24, 2000
Home-style line a step above frozen dinners * Item: Boston Market Home Style Meals * What you get: One entree with side dish * Cost: About $4.75 * Preparation time: 8 to 12 minutes in microwave, 50 minutes in conventional oven * Review: Boston Market's new line of frozen meals don't taste as fresh as those served in the chain's restaurants. But they're still a big step above the average frozen dinner. The meatloaf dinner offered two thick slices of fairly tasty meatloaf with flavorful gravy on the side, albeit accompanied by what tasted like instant mashed potatoes.
NEWS
By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,SUN STAFF | August 14, 1999
Six people were injured yesterday in a three-car accident that ended with a driverless car crashing into a motel satellite-dish support, county police said. The accident occurred about 10: 30 a.m. in front of the Boston Market in the 6400 block of Baltimore National Pike, police said. A 1992 Mazda driven by Antoine Taylor, 21, of the 1500 block of West Franklin St. and a 1998 Kia Sephia collided. The impact pushed the Kia into a 1988 Toyota pickup truck trying to turn into the Boston Market parking lot, police said.
NEWS
By DAN RODRICKS | December 16, 1996
A strange, anonymous letter has arrived here, offering "top 12 things Dan Rodricks does when no one is watching." It must be from some curmudgeon who thinks I can't possibly practice what I preach. (Life must be great when you don't have to attach your name to your opinions.) Anyway, I'll quote what's quotable and, if you don't mind the personal indulgence today, I'd like to provide a brief rebuttal -- just to set the record straight out there."Rides his dirt bike on the Appalachian trail."
NEWS
By DAN RODRICKS | December 16, 1996
A strange, anonymous letter has arrived here, offering "top 12 things Dan Rodricks does when no one is watching." It must be from some curmudgeon who thinks I can't possibly practice what I preach. (Life must be great when you don't have to attach your name to your opinions.) Anyway, I'll quote what's quotable and, if you don't mind the personal indulgence today, I'd like to provide a brief rebuttal -- just to set the record straight out there."Rides his dirt bike on the Appalachian trail."
BUSINESS
By KENNETH R. HARNEY | June 9, 1996
OWNERS AND SELLERS of high-end houses and condominiums -- the top 10 percent of their local markets -- appear to be in for some good news.After an extended period of softness in many metropolitan areas, resale prices on high-end homes and condos are rising again, according to new national data, and some are significantly outperforming their local housing markets as a whole.Luxury homes traditionally have been the most sensitive to emerging price trends. When California, New England and the mid-Atlantic real estate markets sizzled with inflation in the 1980s, upper-bracket properties were hotter -- gained earlier and faster -- than mid-bracket or entry-level houses in the same markets.
BUSINESS
By KENNETH R. HARNEY | June 9, 1996
OWNERS AND SELLERS of high-end houses and condominiums -- the top 10 percent of their local markets -- appear to be in for some good news.After an extended period of softness in many metropolitan areas, resale prices on high-end homes and condos are rising again, according to new national data, and some are significantly outperforming their local housing markets as a whole.Luxury homes traditionally have been the most sensitive to emerging price trends. When California, New England and the mid-Atlantic real estate markets sizzled with inflation in the 1980s, upper-bracket properties were hotter -- gained earlier and faster -- than mid-bracket or entry-level houses in the same markets.
BUSINESS
By Suzanne Wooton and Suzanne Wooton,SUN STAFF | June 8, 1996
Southwest Airlines said yesterday that it will begin flying to Providence, R.I., in the fall, a long anticipated move that is expected to drive down fares to the popular Boston market from Baltimore-Washington International Airport.The Dallas-based discount carrier said it will announce in August which cities it will serve from Providence's T. F. Green Airport, along with fares and schedules. As the airline's primary East Coast airport, BWI is likely to factor heavily in the service, set to begin Oct. 27.Since Southwest made its East Coast debut at BWI nearly three years ago, it has pushed down prices in a number of markets.
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