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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2014
Pier 1 Imports opened its newest Baltimore-area store today in Hunt Valley Towne Centre. Shoppers who come in through Wednesday will get free reusable bags and Pier 1 backscratchers. The Fort Worth-based retailer has 22 stores in Maryland and introduced a new store concept three years ago. "We...hope that our new location will inspire customers to discover the eclectic and fun merchandise that is unique to Pier 1 Imports," Alex W. Smith, president and CEO, said in the company's announcement.
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By Kim Fernandez, For The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
Every Thursday evening this summer, join the Baltimore Humane Society at Hunt Valley Towne Centre for Bark Till Dark, which offers a different expert-led program every week through August. The whole family is invited, including dogs, and many retailers will offer discounts as part of the event. Learn about house training, basic commands, and polite greetings. Other sessions will help you teach your dog tricks and even show you what to do about quirky pet behaviors. Retail specials run from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. every Thursday, and include 10 percent off Subway when you mention Bark Till Dark and eat on the patio; free large cannoli from Vaccaro's with purchase of a pack of doggie biscotti, and 10 percent off at Pei Wei when you mention Bark Till Dark and eat on the patio.
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FEATURES
By Kim Fernandez, For The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
Every Thursday evening this summer, join the Baltimore Humane Society at Hunt Valley Towne Centre for Bark Till Dark, which offers a different expert-led program every week through August. The whole family is invited, including dogs, and many retailers will offer discounts as part of the event. Learn about house training, basic commands, and polite greetings. Other sessions will help you teach your dog tricks and even show you what to do about quirky pet behaviors. Retail specials run from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. every Thursday, and include 10 percent off Subway when you mention Bark Till Dark and eat on the patio; free large cannoli from Vaccaro's with purchase of a pack of doggie biscotti, and 10 percent off at Pei Wei when you mention Bark Till Dark and eat on the patio.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2014
The developer of Hunt Valley Towne Centre, Annapolis Towne Centre at Parole and other area shopping complexes has pledged a $15 million gift to create the Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute. The gift from Erwin L. Greenberg and his wife Stephanie Cooper Greenberg is part of $45 million, which includes gifts from Johns Hopkins University, federal funding and other philanthropic support, that will be used to develop the institute. The Greenberg gift, which is the largest designated bladder cancer research gift ever given to Hopkins, was made through the Erwin and Stephanie Greenberg Foundation, which gives to causes that supports issues of poverty, education, and medical research.
NEWS
By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 3, 2010
Holly Balabanick describes her style as "vintage and classy with a dash of sexy." The 29-year-old Aveda educator likes current fashions that are influenced by previous eras. "I like some of that pouf in my sleeve. My mom collects buttons, so I love buttons that come from the '50s and '60s." The Minnesota native just moved to Fallston after living in Georgia for the past 2 1/2 years, and she says she's loving the shopping choices here (which she was scoping out at Hunt Valley Towne Centre when we "Glimpsed" her)
BUSINESS
Lorraine Mirabella | April 7, 2014
Peet's Coffee & Tea is expanding into the Baltimore and Washington markets, with plans to rebrand 23 former Caribou Coffee shops, including one in downtown Baltimore. The combined Baltimore and DC area will become Peet's second largest market outside of California, the company said The former Caribou shop at North Charles and Fayette streets will reopen as a Peet's by early May. Five of the 23 shops are located in Maryland, including one at Hunt Valley Towne Centre in Hunt Valley, a Peet's spokeswoman said.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2014
The developer of Hunt Valley Towne Centre, Annapolis Towne Centre at Parole and other area shopping complexes has pledged a $15 million gift to create the Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute. The gift from Erwin L. Greenberg and his wife Stephanie Cooper Greenberg is part of $45 million, which includes gifts from Johns Hopkins University, federal funding and other philanthropic support, that will be used to develop the institute. The Greenberg gift, which is the largest designated bladder cancer research gift ever given to Hopkins, was made through the Erwin and Stephanie Greenberg Foundation, which gives to causes that supports issues of poverty, education, and medical research.
EXPLORE
by Catherine Mallette, The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2013
Welcome to the newest Salon by Debbie, the biggest and most beautiful yet. Sun streams through a wall of windows into the big, airy room. An array of chaise longues beckon, almost whispering an invitation to slow down and relax. And why not? There are drinks on hand, plump pillows and a stack of new magazines to page through. And someone will be arriving soon to take you to your spa treatment. It feels like a true getaway, a mini-vacation. And yet, you are in Abingdon, right next to Wegmans.
NEWS
January 9, 2013
I must admit that when I heard that Rep. Andy Harris voted against the bill that would give sufficient money to the federal flood insurance program to allow it to disperse funds to those afflicted by Hurricane Sandy, I was a bit surprised ("Congress approves more aid for Sandy's victims," Jan. 5). Virtually all of these affected folk in Maryland, after all, live in his district! However, I was not totally surprised. My sole encounter with Dr. Harris came in early 2005 when he was our state senator representing Hunt Valley.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mark Gross and Baltimore Sun reporter | November 25, 2009
Every year, crowds head to malls for Black Friday bargains. Stress is a given. But on the big shopping day, it doesn't have to be only about the hustle, bustle and craziness of frantic shoppers vying for a Zhu Zhu Pet Hamster. This year, area shopping centers hope to boost holiday spirit and sales by offering a variety of free, fun events beyond the traditional Santa photo-op. Are the children restless at The Avenue at White Marsh? Take a break and play a rocking video game. Feeling overwhelmed at Belvedere Square?
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2014
Pier 1 Imports opened its newest Baltimore-area store today in Hunt Valley Towne Centre. Shoppers who come in through Wednesday will get free reusable bags and Pier 1 backscratchers. The Fort Worth-based retailer has 22 stores in Maryland and introduced a new store concept three years ago. "We...hope that our new location will inspire customers to discover the eclectic and fun merchandise that is unique to Pier 1 Imports," Alex W. Smith, president and CEO, said in the company's announcement.
BUSINESS
Lorraine Mirabella | April 7, 2014
Peet's Coffee & Tea is expanding into the Baltimore and Washington markets, with plans to rebrand 23 former Caribou Coffee shops, including one in downtown Baltimore. The combined Baltimore and DC area will become Peet's second largest market outside of California, the company said The former Caribou shop at North Charles and Fayette streets will reopen as a Peet's by early May. Five of the 23 shops are located in Maryland, including one at Hunt Valley Towne Centre in Hunt Valley, a Peet's spokeswoman said.
NEWS
By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | October 19, 2013
Roads around Hunt Valley will be closed Sunday morning because of the Susan G. Komen Maryland Race for the Cure, according to Baltimore County police. Road closures will begin at 6 a.m. with traffic delays expected in some spots until 11:30 a.m. Police recommend that drivers avoid the area during that period. The route is a loop on streets in the area immediately south of the Hunt Valley Towne Centre. The streets affected by closures include Shawan Road, York Road, McCormick Road, Schilling Road, Beaver Dam Road, Gilroy Road and Schilling Circle.
EXPLORE
by Catherine Mallette, The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2013
Welcome to the newest Salon by Debbie, the biggest and most beautiful yet. Sun streams through a wall of windows into the big, airy room. An array of chaise longues beckon, almost whispering an invitation to slow down and relax. And why not? There are drinks on hand, plump pillows and a stack of new magazines to page through. And someone will be arriving soon to take you to your spa treatment. It feels like a true getaway, a mini-vacation. And yet, you are in Abingdon, right next to Wegmans.
NEWS
January 9, 2013
I must admit that when I heard that Rep. Andy Harris voted against the bill that would give sufficient money to the federal flood insurance program to allow it to disperse funds to those afflicted by Hurricane Sandy, I was a bit surprised ("Congress approves more aid for Sandy's victims," Jan. 5). Virtually all of these affected folk in Maryland, after all, live in his district! However, I was not totally surprised. My sole encounter with Dr. Harris came in early 2005 when he was our state senator representing Hunt Valley.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | April 14, 2012
Best Buy will close its Inner Harbor and Hunt Valley stores in May, part of a move to shutter 50 locations across the country. Company officials said in a news release that the stores were temporarily closed to inform employees of the decision Saturday, and they will permanently close May 12. Best Buy has been struggling against online competitors, and its chief executive officer abruptly resigned last week amid reports of an inappropriate relationship...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2012
Barrett's Grill, in Hunt Valley, is attractive and polished enough to qualify for night-out dining, but there's nothing fussy or intimidating about it. This is the restaurant at Hunt Valley Towne Centre that opened back in 2005 as Greystone Grill. Its name change came with a change in command: The property's three new owners consist of one Mike Sipes and two John Barretts — a father and son. Together, they have lowered many of the menu prices while sticking with Greystone's basic formula, which essentially delivers a casual suburban version of the glossy steakhouse experience.
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