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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2014
The owner of Fazzini's Italian Kitchen on Cranbrook Road will take over the old Piv's location on York Road in Cockeysville. Ari Brownstein, who purchased Fazzini's in 2010, said he will close the Cranbrook location and reopen on York Road as Fazzini's Taverna. Brownstein said the move should be complete within the next few months.  "Our regulars will still be able to get most of the dishes we serve at Fazzini's currently," Brownstein said. "But we're adding more authentic Mediterranean and Italian dishes.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | January 28, 2014
The restaurateurs Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf have released new information about Petit Louis Bistro in Columbia , the first Howard County venture for their Baltimore-based Foreman Wolf restaurant group. The restaurant's public opening in early February will be preceded by a series of dining events to benefit Howard County charities. The events include two luncheons, on Wednesday and Friday , and four dinners, scheduled for Tuesday through Friday evening. The restaurant is accepting reservations to all of the events, each of which will feature a fixed-price menu, including a choice of appetizer, main course and dessert.
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By Jon Meoli, jmeoli@tribune.com | January 27, 2014
Baltimore County officials on Monday touted the new $3 million Cockeysville Community Center at Padonia International Elementary School as an innovative, collaborative solution to the county's growing school capacity and infrastructure needs. "It's important to make this investment because we're not only investing in the future - our children - and meeting their needs, but importantly, we are investing in neighborhoods," Kamenetz said during a groundbreaking ceremony Monday. "Because when we have strong community schools, we have strong communities.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 20, 2014
Pappas, the family-owned Parkville restaurant whose crab cakes have an ardent area following, will take over the Cockeysville location on Cranbrook Road where Patrick's closed last year. "It's going to happen," said Steve Pappas, the restaurant's owner and general manager. Pappas, whose father Mark Pappas opened the Parkville restaurant in the early 1970s, said the opening date depended on the successful acquisition of a liquor license for the Cranbrook Road property. The opening could be late spring or late summer depending on how quickly the license is acquired, Pappas said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kit Waskom Pollard, For The Baltimore Sun | January 17, 2014
Does a good meal require friendly - or even helpful - service? That's the question we found ourselves mulling over after dining at India Palace. The 15-year old Cockeysville restaurant's food is undeniably good, but the service, though timely, stops short of being welcoming. At most restaurants, that would put a huge damper on the meal as a whole. But somehow, at India Palace, the aloof service didn't detract from the experience. Scene & Decor During our Saturday afternoon visit, India Palace was about half full and every diner seemed to be a regular.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | January 17, 2014
A Baltimore County judge on Friday denied Nicholas Browning's motion to reduce the four life sentences he received for murdering his parents and two younger brothers at their Cockeysville home. Browning, now 21, was sentenced five years ago after pleading guilty to four counts of first-degree murder. His attorneys have recently argued that his multiple life sentences were preventing him from getting mental health treatment at the Patuxent Institution, which works with youth offenders.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2013
James J. Cadden, a retired Baltimore police homicide detective and highly decorated World War II veteran, died Monday of a swallowing disorder at his Cockeysville home. He was 88. The son of a construction owner and a homemaker, James Joseph Cadden was born and raised in the former 10th Ward in Baltimore. He attended the old St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church parochial school on Valley Street and then attended city public schools. He left school in the ninth grade and later earned his General Education Development diploma.
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By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | December 18, 2013
A disabled vehicle in Cockeysville on Interstate 83 North at the Shawan Road exit has blocked the northbound right shoulder and northbound right off ramp lane at 8:12 a.m. Wednesday, according to the state Department of Transportation. DOT also reported a two-vehicle collision in Harford County on I-95 South at the MD 543 exit at 8:54 a.m. No additional information was given. The Maryland Transit Administration reported at 9 a.m. that trains and buses were running on schedule.
NEWS
December 17, 2013
During most of 2013, Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown has been actively running for governor of Maryland. He has attended numerous political and semi-political events, often with a team of publicists and photographers. Now Mr. Brown is having to answer questions about the poor roll-out of the state's health insurance exchange, which was one of his primary responsibilities ("Brown's conflict," Dec. 11). I guess the lieutenant governor is so busy running for his next job, that he doesn't have time to do his current job effectively.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2013
The long-time manager at the Ashland Café in Cockeysville arrived early on a Saturday to open the restaurant. But before he could get his key in the door, he said, two men held a gun to his temple. The men demanded that the terrified manager open his safe, the manager recalled, and made off with $15,000 in cash, a .45 caliber handgun, keys and a cellphone before fleeing in a silver car. They'd hit a liquor store and a chain restaurant in coming weeks before police tracked them down.
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