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January 15, 1997
Police logGlenelg: 3300 block of Pfefferkorn Road: Someone kicked in the front door Sunday and stole a television and videocassette recorder.Pub Date: 1/15/97
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September 15, 2011
Candace M. Pfefferkorn and Michel E. de Messieres Joan and Louis Pfefferkorn Jr., of West Friendship, announce the marriage of their daughter, Candace Marie Pfefferkorn, to Michel Escande de Messières, son of Susan and the late Olivier de Messières, of Boyds, on May 29, 2011. The bride, a graduate of Glenelg High School, earned a bachelor's degree in physics and music from Gettysburg College. She is currently working at the National Institutes of Health, in Bethesda.
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By Jacques Kelly | August 17, 1992
The heady aroma of strong coffee hangs over Grindall Street and Riverside Avenue, due south of Federal Hill Park.It's always the breakfast hour at Pfefferkorn's, where an extended family tends the ovens that toast some of the finest coffee served in Maryland.This tiny neighborhood coffee roasting plant seems like a miracle of survival in the tiny 400 block of Grindall St., which has some of the greatest harbor views in all of Federal Hill."We're really a one-horse operation," says Louis C. Pfefferkorn Sr., the grandson of a renowned Baltimore coffee roaster who began his business near Camden Station in 1900.
NEWS
November 23, 2008
The Lisbon Volunteer Fire Co., 1330 Route 94, will hold a "Quarter Auction" fundraiser on Saturday. Doors will open at 2 p.m., and the auction will start at 3 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door; no refunds. Each person who purchases a ticket will receive $10 in quarters and a bidding paddle. Information: Judy Gue, 240-674-1961. around town New traffic patterns : The State Highway Administration has opened three roundabouts and two new ramps along Route 32. Traffic signals have been removed at Pfefferkorn and Ten Oaks roads.
NEWS
September 13, 1995
POLICE LOG* West County: 1800 block of Long Corner Road: Someone ransacked a home and took cash and jewelry after forcing open the front door Monday.* West Friendship: 3100 block of Pfefferkorn Road: While a resident was out of town Sunday and Monday, someone took a television, VCR and a jar of change from a home.
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By MARY GAIL HARE and MARY GAIL HARE,SUN STAFF | October 10, 1995
The 22nd annual Sykesville Fall Festival will open Saturday with folk music, arts and crafts and touches of town history.Organizers have decided not to bring back last year's celebrity impersonators or carnival acts.Loriann Pfefferkorn, a Main Street business owner and festival promoter this year, is avoiding the "too tacky" and opting for a simplified and decidedly Sykesville flavor."It is a festival to promote us, to give us exposure," Ms. Pfefferkorn said.Ms. Pfefferkorn said she remembers her embarrassment when last year's festival opened at 9 a.m. with an Elvis impersonator singing "My Sweet Little Suzy Love Machine" and continued on shrill notes for nine hours.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | May 10, 1994
Loriann Pfefferkorn doesn't give roses a chance to blossom and die. She kills the fresh buds immediately.There is a method to her seeming madness. By drying the budding flowers, she preserves them long past the last rose of summer.Bunches of every color of rosebud hang from racks in her shop, the newest business to open in Sykesville."They will keep their color and dry in two weeks," Ms. Pfefferkorn said of her roses. She promised that the sweet smell would linger for months.Meadow Sweet Emporium, aptly named for its owner's favorite herb, is replete with fresh scents.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | May 10, 1994
Loriann Pfefferkorn doesn't give roses a chance to blossom and die. She kills the fresh buds immediately.There is a method to her seeming madness. By drying the budding flowers, she preserves them long past the last rose of summer.Bunches of every color of rosebud hang from racks in her shop, the newest business to open in Sykesville."They will keep their color and dry in two weeks," Ms. Pfefferkorn said of her roses. She promised that the sweet smell would linger for months.Meadow Sweet Emporium, aptly named for its owner's favorite herb, is replete with fresh scents.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | November 4, 1997
The historic Warfield Building on Sykesville's Main Street is in the hands of an entrepreneur who wants to turn it into a general store.Loriann Pfefferkorn, owner of the Sykesville Emporium antiques and flower shop, bought the three-story brick and granite structure for $172,500 last week, a price she considers a bargain."
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | January 31, 1995
Loriann Pfefferkorn knows how to put retail space to work.After running a floral business in Sykesville for a year, she is moving across the street and expanding into what used to be a fire station. There, she will operate her shop and manage eight others in the town's first mini-mall, which is set to open Friday.Several vendors are joining Ms. Pfefferkorn in Sykesville Emporium, at 7543 Main St."What could be more Americana than an old fire station?" she asked.The 47-year-old building was more recently A Cup Above coffee distributor, which relocated down the street.
NEWS
November 16, 2008
The River Hill Community Association is holding a "Helping Our Heroes" donation drive. Donations will be accepted at Claret Hall and distributed to wounded soldiers at Walter Reed Army Hospital. Prepaid phone cards, electric shavers, clothing, digital video discs and other items are needed. The River Hill Community Association is working with the Soldier Family Assistance Center to collect the items. Information: Mary Harris, 410-531-1749. The community association's breakfast/lunch with Santa will be held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. (breakfast)
BUSINESS
December 6, 2006
The Columbia Bank named Brian Canuel as branch manager for the Howard County-based bank's Bowie office. Harbor Bank of Maryland announced that D.M. Terrance has joined the bank as senior vice president/senior lending officer. He is responsible for the loan department and ensuring the quality of the bank's loan portfolio. Susquehanna Bank named Maurice Workman manager of the Light Street branch. Legal & insurance Rifkin, Livingston, Levitan & Silver LLC said Kevin O'Keeffe and Derrick L. Green have joined the legal firm's Annapolis and Greenbelt offices, respectively.
NEWS
March 1, 2005
On February 25, 2005 MANIE "PEGGY" (nee Pfefferkorn) of Forest Hill, MD; wife of the late Gilbert Cunningham and mother of L. Nelson Amos. Also survived by two grandchildren. Services will be held Thursday, March 3 at 1 P.M. at St. John Episcopal Church, Elliott City, MD. Interment in the church cemetery. Friends may call at the family owned Kurtz Funeral Home, P.A., 1114 Baldwin Mill Rd., Jarrettsville, MD, Tuesday, March 1 from 7 to 9 P.M.
BUSINESS
May 21, 2001
May 11 Kenneth Eugene Sr. and Janet Elaine Youse, 105 Farah Drive, Elkton, a retailer of automobile parts, jointly filed under Chapter 7. Assets: $182,587; liabilities: $1,612,700 May 15 Pfefferkorn Engineering P/C, 500 Redland Court, Owings Mills, consultants, filed for protection under Chapter 11. Principal: James W. Pfefferkorn Jr., president. Assets: $170,336.94; liabilities: $286,000 Donald Calvin and Sharon Loray Galbreath 3737 Millers Road, Street, formerly t/a Galbreath Health & Patio, jointly filed under Chapter 7. Assets: $260,217.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 29, 2000
Two children and two women were in stable condition last night after a three-car accident in Glenelg, Howard County police said yesterday. Traffic near the accident site on Route 32 at Pfefferkorn Road was backed up for hours as investigators tried to determine what happened in the 2:40 p.m. crash. According to police, a Chevrolet Suburban driven by Terri Einsidler, 40, of West Friendship, was making a left turn from northbound Route 32 onto Pfefferkorn Road when a Honda Accord, driven by Barbara Louise Fitzgerald, 77, of Elkridge, struck the Suburban from behind.
NEWS
By Alice Lukens and Alice Lukens,SUN STAFF | December 17, 1998
All of Lee Walker Oxenham's hard work might come to nothing.For the past several months, Oxenham has devoted much of her time to disputing a proposed 11-home development on 10 acres of land off Bonnie Branch Road near her Ellicott City home.But late Tuesday night, after Oxenham finished being cross-examined before the Howard County Board of Appeals, Paul Johnson, attorney for the county planning and zoning office, moved to dismiss the case. He argued that Oxenham and other citizen activists had not proved that there was "substantial evidence of arbitrariness or capriciousness or error of law" by the county.
NEWS
March 1, 2005
On February 25, 2005 MANIE "PEGGY" (nee Pfefferkorn) of Forest Hill, MD; wife of the late Gilbert Cunningham and mother of L. Nelson Amos. Also survived by two grandchildren. Services will be held Thursday, March 3 at 1 P.M. at St. John Episcopal Church, Elliott City, MD. Interment in the church cemetery. Friends may call at the family owned Kurtz Funeral Home, P.A., 1114 Baldwin Mill Rd., Jarrettsville, MD, Tuesday, March 1 from 7 to 9 P.M.
BUSINESS
May 21, 2001
May 11 Kenneth Eugene Sr. and Janet Elaine Youse, 105 Farah Drive, Elkton, a retailer of automobile parts, jointly filed under Chapter 7. Assets: $182,587; liabilities: $1,612,700 May 15 Pfefferkorn Engineering P/C, 500 Redland Court, Owings Mills, consultants, filed for protection under Chapter 11. Principal: James W. Pfefferkorn Jr., president. Assets: $170,336.94; liabilities: $286,000 Donald Calvin and Sharon Loray Galbreath 3737 Millers Road, Street, formerly t/a Galbreath Health & Patio, jointly filed under Chapter 7. Assets: $260,217.
NEWS
By Alice Lukens and Alice Lukens,SUN STAFF | October 23, 1998
Community activist Kenneth Chamberlain has seen a ray of hope.The president of the Ellicott Park Townhouse Condominium Section Two Association Inc. -- a group of 56 townhouse condominium units on Lee Farm Court in Ellicott City -- has been protesting the proposed construction of a Chick-Fil-A restaurant near his home, and last night at a Howard County Zoning Board of Appeals meeting the project hit its first major roadblock.After a sometimes hot-tempered debate over whether to grant a special exception variance to the project, the board deadlocked on the matter with a 2-2 vote, putting the project in jeopardy.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | November 4, 1997
The historic Warfield Building on Sykesville's Main Street is in the hands of an entrepreneur who wants to turn it into a general store.Loriann Pfefferkorn, owner of the Sykesville Emporium antiques and flower shop, bought the three-story brick and granite structure for $172,500 last week, a price she considers a bargain."
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