November 24, 2011
A body was found in a burned car near Hunt Valley Thursday morning, according to Baltimore County Police. The 2010 Toyota Camry went across the front yard of a house in the 1300 block of Phoenix Road in Phoenix, went down a slope, crashed into a tree and eventually burst into flames shortly before 9:30 a.m., said Cpl. George Erhardt. Police did not identify the victim, believed to be a woman, Erhardt said. Crash, arson and homicide teams are investigating the incident.
July 7, 2011
A health-management company is closing a Hunt Valley facility and laying off nearly 100 employees over the next three months, state regulators said Thursday. Nationwide Better Health, a division of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. that is being partly sold off and partly closed down, warned the state Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation that 96 workers would be laid off in three waves starting Aug. 29 and ending Oct. 28. A Nationwide Mutual spokeswoman said employees at the Hunt Valley location work in the fields of health management and medical utilization management.
July 2, 2012
Nalley Fresh has become a neighborhood favorite for the downtown office crowd, who line up to create their own rice bowls ($5.75), burrito wraps ($7.50) and salads ($8.30). Those prices include the addition of a basic protein, vegetables, homemade dressings and cheeses. You pick them out, and a counter crew prepares it. Lunch for $10 or less: Nalley Fresh Sound easy? It's not. Well, not the first time. The interface at Nalley Fresh can be confusing. You can add eight toppings to a salad, but it's hard to see all of your options before you start picking them out. It's really only a problem on your first visit, and the Nalley gang has learned to look out for customers with that deer-in-the-headlights stare - “First time?
January 24, 2012
AAI Corp., the Hunt Valley company known for its Shadow spy plane, said Tuesday that it is laying off 184 workers from its Baltimore County location. Workers were to be notified Tuesday. Before the layoffs, AAI employed more than 1,600 workers in Maryland. Meanwhile, Maryland's unemployment rate fell in December to 6.7 percent, the lowest since February 2009, the U.S. Labor Department reported Tuesday. The state added 3,100 jobs last month. Sharon Corona, AAI's director of external communications, said the job cuts affect workers at all levels and that those positions were being eliminated so that the company can be as "cost competitive as we can possibly be. " The move comes as the defense contracting dollars from the federal government are expected to dwindle.
October 3, 2010
While her classmates focused on finals in histology and gum disease, Kristyna Partain had to add another question to the mix: Did the dental hygiene student want to consider having children? Not now, but in the future. "At 19, I didn't think about having children, but I had to think about it," she said. As a student in the University of Maryland's dental hygiene program, she hadn't thought about having breast cancer , either. If she wanted to save her eggs, she had to do it in the brief window after the lumpectomy and before chemotherapy.
March 7, 1999
About 450 treasure hunters turned up to toast the 29th annual Hunt Valley Antiques Show and to get the first look at this year's cache of collectibles at the show's preview party.Show committee chair Heather Noy and vice chair Anne Kellerman were on hand. So was interna-tionally renowned interior designer Alexandra Stoddard, a guest lecturer at the show, which raises more than $50,000 each year for Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland.Among the preview's most dramatic finds was actor Barry Nelson.