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Lorraine Mirabella | March 20, 2013
Harris Teeter will open its planned Ellicott City supermarket on April 2, the Charlotte, N.C., grocer said today. The store in the Towne Square at Turf Valley on Resort Road will be open 24 hours a day, with a seven-day-a-week pharmacy. Harris Teeter came to Maryland in 2010 and now has eight stores in the state, including Columbia and Fulton in Howard County and Locust Point in Baltimore. Another location will open this fall in Canton's Canton Crossing. The company is the 23 rd largest supermarket chain in the U.S., with 2012 sales of $4.54 billion.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2014
The North Carolina-based Harris Teeter grocery chain is opening its newest Baltimore store on April 8 at the Shops at Canton Crossing. Tueday's ribbon-cutting is at 5:30 p.m., followed by a sampling event of Harris Teeter products. After Tuesday, the 52,000-square-foot store will be open daily from 6 a.m. to midnight. Click here for a look inside Canton's new Harris Teeter [Pictures] The Canton Harris Teeter is at 3709 Canton Crossing. For information go to harristeeter.com.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2011
Lorraine Mirabella has a story in today's Baltimore Sun about a boomlet in Baltimore-area retail development. Baltiomre City's first Harris Teeter is set to open on Wednesday morning at 8 .m., with a ribbon-cutting at 10 a.m. The two-story, 61,000 square-foot store , located in Locust Point's new McHenry Row development, is a beauty. It's got those cool freezer cases that light up when you walk down the aisle. The Matthews, N.C.-based Harris Teeter, according to press information, has committed to supporting the Baltimore community.
NEWS
By Julekha Dash | November 19, 2013
Whenever Ali Sadeghi was in the mood for fresh fish or oysters, the Ellicott City resident says he had to drive to D.C. or Baltimore to satisfy his craving. Now he can indulge at the restaurant he and retired Baltimore Ravens linebacker Adalius Thomas opened in mid-October at Turf Valley Towne Square. Grille 620 is one of 16 businesses at the new 108,000-square-foot shopping center on Resort Road in Ellicott City. The $22 million complex is anchored by a Harris Teeter grocery store and located near Turf Valley Resort and Conference Center.
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By Bob Allen, For The Baltimore Sun | April 1, 2013
Development has been under way for years on the 809-acre Turf Valley property near Ellicott City, but one of the key parcels will get a high-profile addition next week when a new 48,000-square-foot Harris Teeter supermarket opens Tuesday in Turf Valley Towne Square on Resort Road. "We're very excited," said Louis Mangione of Mangione Family Enterprises, the Lutherville-based firm that owns Turf Valley. "We made a point of getting someone like Harris Teeter, who is new and exciting, and we think they're going to be a tremendous asset to the community.
BUSINESS
By Andrea K. Walker | August 16, 2011
Harris Teeter will open its long-awaited supermarket in Locust Point on Dec. 7, spokeswoman Catherine Reuhl told me today. The 61,000-square-foot grocer will be part of  McHenry Row , a mixed-use development located on the site of the old Chesapeake Paperboard property. Citypeek.com reported that the grocer will sell wine, but that is not the case, according to the developer of the site Mark Sapperstein. Harris Teeter doesn't have a liquor license. But there will be a store that sells wine and beer directly next door to the grocer.
NEWS
March 5, 2013
I was so excited to see the article about the Harris Teeter proposal to come to Towson. My family would be very happy to see them here. We moved to Towson a year and a half ago from Charlotte, N.C. We were regular shoppers at Harris Teeter, as it is such a great grocery store - it's clean, has healthy choices and great customer service, including free cookies for the kids while shopping. After we arrived here we were very disappointed in the grocery store choices, the closest grocery store to us is too small and not clean.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | February 5, 2013
The Target opening this fall in Canton at one of the city's largest new retail developments will be joined by a Harris Teeter grocery store and a lineup of stores and restaurants that includes Old Navy, Michaels, Loft, ULTA Beauty and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers. The developer of The Shops at Canton Crossing announced those tenants and others Monday and said it has leases or commitments for most of the 325,000-square-foot-center under way on Boston Street. Construction has begun on a 135,000-square-foot Target and some of the other stores, while Harris Teeter will start construction on a store in the next few weeks.
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By Andrea K. Walker and Andrea K. Walker,Sun Reporter | May 6, 2008
Decadent desserts gleam from behind counters encased in wood and metal: chocolate mousse cake covered in chocolate shavings, tarts with marshmallows on top, coconut tiramisu. Across the aisle two employees pinch ginger from huge piles and place it on sushi plates. Another worker hands a slice of homemade pizza to an area worker in early to beat the lunch crowd. It's a typical morning at the Harris Teeter supermarket in Arlington, Va. It's also a glimpse at what Baltimore area shoppers can expect as the Charlotte, N.C., grocer enters the local market, with its first store opening in Columbia's Kings Contrivance Village Center May 20. It will open a store in South Baltimore in 2010.
NEWS
By June Arney and June Arney,Sun Reporter | May 18, 2008
In recent weeks, the soon-to-open Harris Teeter store had to station an employee at the front door to ward off would-be customers because many were walking in, grabbing a cart and shopping for groceries. Around the Kings Contrivance village center, where the supermarket will replace the former Safeway, anyone wearing a Harris Teeter shirt is fair game for questions about the opening date and the products the store will carry. The other day, a woman called and wanted to order a cake. Clearly, there is excitement over the arrival of the North Carolina-based chain.
NEWS
By Luke Lavoie, llavoie@tribune.com | October 1, 2013
Two men were assaulted and robbed at a Columbia Harris Teeter this weekend, according to Howard County police. At approximately 1:28 a.m. on Sept. 28, two men were attempting to rent a DVD at a Harris Teeter located in the 8600 block of Guilford Road when they were approached by four people, two men and two women, who started a conversation. Two suspects began assaulting one of the men as the other two rifled through his pockets, stealing cash. The second victim ran inside the store to call police, prompting the suspects to flee, police said.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2013
Kroger Co.'s planned acquisition of Harris Teeter Supermarkets Inc. will allow it to capitalize on Harris Teeter's growing presence in the Baltimore-Washington market, but consumers will see few, if any, changes in existing stores. Kroger, the biggest U.S. supermarket operator, said Tuesday it would buy the Charlotte, N.C.,-based regional chain in a $2.5 billion deal that will raise its store count in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic. Regional supermarkets like Harris Teeter are struggling to maintain market share against mass merchandisers such as Costco and Walmart, leading to consolidation in the industry.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2013
Harris Teeter and Costco have pulled an antioxidant berry blend from stores because it has been linked to an outbreak of hepatitis A. The product made by Townsend Farms Inc. was sold at Harris Teeters stores April 19 to May 7 under the name Harris Teeter Organic Antioxidant Berry Blend in 10 ounce bags. The product was sold at Costco warehouse stores under the product name Townsend Farms Organic Antioxidant Blend in three pound bags. Townsend Farms, Inc. issued a recall of certain lots of the frozen berry blend products on June 4. The blend contains a mix of berries, cherries, and pomegranate.
NEWS
By Bob Allen, For The Baltimore Sun | April 1, 2013
Development has been under way for years on the 809-acre Turf Valley property near Ellicott City, but one of the key parcels will get a high-profile addition next week when a new 48,000-square-foot Harris Teeter supermarket opens Tuesday in Turf Valley Towne Square on Resort Road. "We're very excited," said Louis Mangione of Mangione Family Enterprises, the Lutherville-based firm that owns Turf Valley. "We made a point of getting someone like Harris Teeter, who is new and exciting, and we think they're going to be a tremendous asset to the community.
EXPLORE
March 21, 2013
The grocery industry has become smitten with Towson, but is so much love a good thing? With the opening two weeks ago of a Weis Markets, the third new grocery store to open in Towson in the past two years, supermarket shoppers in the region can choose between about 10 chain grocery stores. That doesn't even include big box stores that also sell food, like Target. Meanwhile, another chain, Harris Teeter is a suitor for the fire house property in the center of Towson where it wants to build a store.
BUSINESS
Lorraine Mirabella | March 20, 2013
Harris Teeter will open its planned Ellicott City supermarket on April 2, the Charlotte, N.C., grocer said today. The store in the Towne Square at Turf Valley on Resort Road will be open 24 hours a day, with a seven-day-a-week pharmacy. Harris Teeter came to Maryland in 2010 and now has eight stores in the state, including Columbia and Fulton in Howard County and Locust Point in Baltimore. Another location will open this fall in Canton's Canton Crossing. The company is the 23 rd largest supermarket chain in the U.S., with 2012 sales of $4.54 billion.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2011
The shelves have been stocked and the cash registers tested for Wednesday's opening of Harris Teeter's upscale supermarket in Locust Point - part of a broader development push that is likely to bring Baltimore as much retail space as a regional shopping mall. Harris Teeter, offering hundreds of gourmet cheeses, curbside pickup of online orders and cafe seating on a balcony, will anchor the mixed-use McHenry Row development, one of several shopping centers being built or planned in the city.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Sun reporter | July 25, 2008
The Main Street-style shopping center planned for a former oil refinery site in the Canton Crossing mixed-use development - likely to be anchored by Target and grocer Harris Teeter - will include two large waterfront pavilions for shops and offices. Developers of the proposed The District at Canton Crossing presented the idea for the pavilions along with their conceptual site plan yesterday to a Baltimore design panel in a first step toward winning city approval for the 570,000-square-foot center.
NEWS
March 5, 2013
I was so excited to see the article about the Harris Teeter proposal to come to Towson. My family would be very happy to see them here. We moved to Towson a year and a half ago from Charlotte, N.C. We were regular shoppers at Harris Teeter, as it is such a great grocery store - it's clean, has healthy choices and great customer service, including free cookies for the kids while shopping. After we arrived here we were very disappointed in the grocery store choices, the closest grocery store to us is too small and not clean.
FEATURES
By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2013
Baltimore loves its Ravens. And it loves Old Bay. And for just a little while, the city can have the two together. Old Bay maker McCormick is releasing a limited-edition commemorative can to celebrate the Ravens Super Bowl victory. The can is purple, with the Ravens logo and the date of the Super Bowl win. The company plans to make 30,000 of the 16-ounce collector's tins and sell them in Maryland, southern Pennsylvania and Delaware. “We always BAYLIEVED in our Ravens and couldn't think of a better way to celebrate the win than with a limited edition Baltimore Ravens commemorative OLD BAY can,” Jill Pratt, vice president of marketing for McCormick consumer business, said in a statement.
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