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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | October 23, 2013
You don't have to tell Brian Boston that Highland Inn, his project near Clarksville in southwest Howard County, has been a long time coming. "It's been a little frustrating," said Boston, the executive chef and co-owner of the acclaimed Milton Inn in Baltimore County. But Highland Inn's opening really is getting closer. It will be open before the end of the year, in late November or early December, Boston said. "Most of the inside is finished," Boston said. "The kitchen has been in for quite some time.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard and For The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2014
Although it's only minutes from the busiest parts of Howard County, the Highland Inn feels removed from the hustle and bustle of the area. From the pretty setting to the well-executed, classic food, dinner there is a welcome respite from everyday troubles. The Highland Inn's owner, Brian Boston, made his local reputation at the Milton Inn in Baltimore County. Like the Milton Inn, the Highland Inn is nestled in a quiet country setting. Peaceful and charming, the space, in an updated farmhouse, is a little less formal than the Milton Inn, but it is lovely enough to make a meal feel special.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard and For The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2014
Although it's only minutes from the busiest parts of Howard County, the Highland Inn feels removed from the hustle and bustle of the area. From the pretty setting to the well-executed, classic food, dinner there is a welcome respite from everyday troubles. The Highland Inn's owner, Brian Boston, made his local reputation at the Milton Inn in Baltimore County. Like the Milton Inn, the Highland Inn is nestled in a quiet country setting. Peaceful and charming, the space, in an updated farmhouse, is a little less formal than the Milton Inn, but it is lovely enough to make a meal feel special.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2014
In his planning for Highland Inn, Brian Boston wanted to create a place that had the same solid attitudes about American cuisine as the Milton Inn, his long-running special-occasion restaurant in northern Baltimore County . But Boston said he wanted Highland Inn, which is near Clarksville in southern Howard County , to be more accessible, the kind of place where folks would want to come once a week instead of just...
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2012
Brian Boston, executive chef and owner of the Milton Inn, is opening a new restaurant in Highland, an unincorporated community in western Howard County near Clarksville. A ground-breaking for the "modern-traditional" restaurant, to be called Highland Inn, is scheduled for April 30. The price points at the Highland Inn, according to Boston, will be lower than those at the Milton Inn, which has established itself as a regional destination restaurant. Located in Sparks, in north Baltimore County, the Milton Inn was recently recognized by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences with its Star Diamond Award.  "I'll still be at the Milton Inn doing my thing," Boston said.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2014
In his planning for Highland Inn, Brian Boston wanted to create a place that had the same solid attitudes about American cuisine as the Milton Inn, his long-running special-occasion restaurant in northern Baltimore County . But Boston said he wanted Highland Inn, which is near Clarksville in southern Howard County , to be more accessible, the kind of place where folks would want to come once a week instead of just...
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2012
Brian Boston, executive chef and owner of the Milton Inn , is opening a new restaurant in Highland, an unincorporated community in western Howard County near Clarksville. A groundbreaking for the "modern-traditional" restaurant, to be called Highland Inn , is scheduled for April 30. The prices, according to Boston, will be lower than those at the Milton Inn, which has established itself as a regional destination restaurant. Located in Sparks in northern Baltimore County, the Milton Inn was recently recognized by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences with its Star Diamond Award.
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August 30, 2011
After eight heats and a total of 80 contestants, Raven Roost 68's annual Crab Derby finally had its winner. The winning crab was "jockeyed" by Peggy Stankiewicz, the wife of the organization's president, Wayne. The Aug. 20 event, held at Johnson's Highland Inn, raised $700 for the local roost's charity fund, said Wayne Stankiewicz. During the event, which the roost has hosted for approximately seven years, the group also collected school supplies to donate to Baltimore Highlands Elementary School.
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September 22, 2004
On Sunday, September 19, 2004 DENNIS WILLIAM MATHISON of Glen Burnie. Cherished husband of Juanita Mathison. Beloved father of Darlene Frederick. Loving grandfather of Paul and Hayley Frederick. Dear brother of Turner and Melvin Mathison and Ann Tomasek. Mr. Mathison was born October 1, 1927 in Baltimore and graduated from Catonsville High School. He served in the Korean War and earned several medals for his service to our country. For over twenty years he and his wife ran their own restaurant, The Highland Inn, in the Baltimore Highlands.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | January 2, 2013
Last year at this time, we told you to look out for some of the restaurants that would be opening in 2012. Most of them, like Fleet Street Kitchen and Heavy Seas Alehouse, actually did. A few projects we told you to look forward to didn't see the light of day. Here's what we're reasonably sure about for the first few months of 2013: First up, My Thai , originally located in Mount Vernon's Park Plaza building, will reopen in a new location in...
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | October 29, 2013
You don't have to tell Brian Boston that the Highland Inn , his project near Clarksville in southwest Howard County, has been a long time coming. "It's been a little frustrating," said Boston, the executive chef and operating partner of the acclaimed Milton Inn in Baltimore County. But Highland Inn's opening really is getting closer. It will be open before the end of the year, in late November or early December, Boston said. "Most of the inside is finished," Boston said. "The kitchen has been in for quite some time.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2012
Brian Boston, executive chef and owner of the Milton Inn , is opening a new restaurant in Highland, an unincorporated community in western Howard County near Clarksville. A groundbreaking for the "modern-traditional" restaurant, to be called Highland Inn , is scheduled for April 30. The prices, according to Boston, will be lower than those at the Milton Inn, which has established itself as a regional destination restaurant. Located in Sparks in northern Baltimore County, the Milton Inn was recently recognized by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences with its Star Diamond Award.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2012
Brian Boston, executive chef and owner of the Milton Inn, is opening a new restaurant in Highland, an unincorporated community in western Howard County near Clarksville. A ground-breaking for the "modern-traditional" restaurant, to be called Highland Inn, is scheduled for April 30. The price points at the Highland Inn, according to Boston, will be lower than those at the Milton Inn, which has established itself as a regional destination restaurant. Located in Sparks, in north Baltimore County, the Milton Inn was recently recognized by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences with its Star Diamond Award.  "I'll still be at the Milton Inn doing my thing," Boston said.
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By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,melissa.harris@baltsun.com | August 24, 2008
CASS, W.Va. - Atop the third highest peak in West Virginia, an eerie whistle snaked its way through the thick birch and spruce trees. The sound echoed from a churning 1945 Shay steam locomotive, the last one ever built. During the warm months, the 162-ton brute carries hundreds of tourists and a few campers up and down the Cass Scenic Railroad, the former artery of a century-old logging operation in the Allegheny Mountains. Local residents and railway buffs fought to preserve the line in the 1960s, after a paper company moved on to fresher forests and hired a scrapper to tear up the railroad.
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