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June 4, 1995
County inspectors visited 154 restaurant and food handling businesses between May 1 and May 15 to check for health and safety violations.The establishments are evaluated in the nine areas most likely to contribute to food-related illnesses. Eighteen businesses were found in violation of county codes and were required to make immediate corrections. Several required reinspection.* Bavarian Soft Pretzel, Harundale Mall, Glen Burnie. Food not held at proper temperature.* Bayside Inn, 1200 block of Mayo Road, Edgewater.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2014
A Baltimore County Council vote on a development proposal for the former Seagram's whiskey distillery in Dundalk was postponed this week because the public wasn't given proper notice of the scheduled vote, county officials said. A resolution pending before the council and initially scheduled for a vote Tuesday would have authorized county agencies to review plans for Brewery Station, a project that would include nearly 200 townhomes on the Sollers Point Road property. The development group includes developer John Vontran and the Powers Companies.
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NEWS
June 30, 1996
County health inspectors visited 144 restaurant and food handling establishments from June 1 to 16 to evaluate them on sanitary and physical conditions.Three businesses were temporarily closed when they could not immediately correct a critical food safety violation:Casa Grande, 100 block of Jennifer Road, Annapolis. Closed June 11 for sewer backup. Reopened June 12.Sbarros, Marley Station, Glen Burnie. Closed June 13 after minor fire. Reopened later the same day.Richard's Corner Grill, 6100 block of Shady Side Road, Shady Side.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | August 30, 2014
The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University opens its school year this week with about 600 students, 150 faculty members and a new dean. Fred Bronstein, who started on the job in June after six years as president of the St. Louis Symphony, is the 16th person to take the helm since the music conservatory was founded in 1857. His title is different, though. The designation was changed to "dean" from "director," established before the conservatory became affiliated with JHU in 1977, to make Peabody consistent with the university's other academic divisions.
NEWS
December 11, 1996
County health inspectors visited 131 restaurants and food handling establishments between Nov. 16 and Nov. 30 to evaluate sanitary and physical conditions in nine areas.Two establishments were required to close until violations were corrected:Knollwood Manor Nursing Home, 800 block of Cecil Ave., Millersville. Kitchen closed due to sewage overflow on Nov. 22. Reopened later that day.Roy Rogers, 1100 block of Annapolis Road, Odenton. Closed due to lack of hot water on Nov. 26. Reopened later that day.Thirteen other establishments were cited for violations: Burger King, 700 block of Nursery Road, Linthicum.
NEWS
January 9, 1997
County health inspectors visited 296 restaurants and establishments that handle food last month to monitor sanitary and physical conditions. Inspectors evaluated the nine food safety conditions that are most likely to contribute to illness.Two businesses were closed until repairs could be made.Roy Rogers in the first block of Defense St., Annapolis, was closed briefly on Dec. 13 after a minor fire. The restaurant reopened the same day.McDonald's in the 1500 block of Annapolis Road, Odenton, was closed Dec. 30 because of a sewage overflow.
NEWS
February 25, 1996
County health inspectors visited 175 restaurants and food-handling establishments between Feb 1 and Feb. 15 to evaluate them on nine standards.Two businesses were closed temporarily because problems *T could not be fixed:* Joe's Oak Grove, 1100 block of Thompson Ave., Severn. Closed Feb 12, possible water contamination. Reopened Feb. 14 for full service.* Bill and Billie's Q Club, 1200 block of Ritchie Highway, Arnold. Closed Feb. 15 because of sewage overflow. Reopened later that day.Fifteen businesses were cited for failing to meet standards for health or physical conditions.
NEWS
November 27, 1996
County health inspectors visited 116 restaurants and food-handling establishments between Nov. 1 and Nov. 15 to monitor sanitary and physical conditions.Three establishments were temporarily closed while repairs were made:Little Caesars Pizza, 5600 block of Ritchie Highway, Brooklyn Park, closed because of a minor fire on Nov. 2. Reopened the same day.Royal Farms No. 56, 300 block of Londontown Road, Edgewater, closed Nov. 4 because of unsatisfactory water supply. Reopened Nov. 21.Annapolis Moose, 2500 block of Housely Ave., Annapolis, closed Nov. 6 because of unsatisfactory water supply.
NEWS
December 3, 1995
Anne Arundel County health inspectors issued citations to 21 restaurants and food handling establishments they said violated health and safety standards between Nov. 1 to Nov. 15.The inspectors visited 119 establishments. Those cited and required to make immediate corrections were:* Great American Submarine, the 7500 block of Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie. Food not kept at proper temperature. Reinspection required.* Roy Rogers of Hanover, the 1300 block of Dorsey Road, Hanover. Food not kept at proper temperature.
NEWS
February 8, 2004
On February 5, 2004, ANN SHIRLEY EHUDIN; beloved mother of Marilyn Axelrod and the late Louis Allan Ehudin; devoted mother-in-law of Les Axelrod; devoted sister of Sidney Proper, Esther Elkin, Ruth Adelman, Herbert Proper and the late Rueben Proper; loving grandmother Adam Marc Axelrod. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd, at Mt. Wilson Lane on Sunday, February 8, at 2 PM. Interment Beth El Memorial Park, Randallstown. Please omit flowers. In mourning at (Greenspring East)
SPORTS
By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced sweeping changes to the NFL personal-conduct policy Thursday, writing in a letter to NFL owners obtained by The Baltimore Sun that discipline for domestic violence incidents will increase significantly. The NFL will suspend first-time offenders for six games. A second violation would result in a lifetime ban, though players could file for reinstatement after one year. "Violations of the Personal Conduct Policy regarding assault, battery, domestic violence and sexual assault that involve physical force will be subject to enhanced discipline," Goodell wrote in the letter.
NEWS
By Gary Sullivan | August 27, 2014
Countless sailors, soldiers, airmen and Marines, along with civilian specialists, have passed through the heavily guarded gates of the National Security Agency just down the pike from Baltimore in the world's safest suburb - Fort Meade. I served in the Naval Security Group back in the seventies, when NSA stood for "No Such Agency. " The Cold War. The good old days. Moral clarity. Secrets generally stayed secret, give or take an occasional heart-stopping front page article in the New York Times.
NEWS
By Doug Donovan, The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2014
Relatives of a 10-year-old disabled foster child who died at an Anne Arundel County group home last month and the guardian of another resident whose inadequate care there led to a serious illness have filed notice that they intend to sue the state for failing to supervise the facility's operator. An attorney for the two former residents of LifeLine Inc.'s Laurel-area group home said he sent a formal notice to the state treasurer's office that he intends to seek monetary damages for each incident - the details of which were highlighted in a Baltimore Sun investigation of the company.
TRAVEL
By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2014
Ocean City Police have shut down a number of henna tattoo stands on the boardwalk after the operators were found to be working in violation of their visa permits. A joint police investigation with ICE Homeland Security found 10 individuals with F-1 student visas who were selling goods on the boardwalk without proper documentation. The students were given a warning and a total of eight henna tattoo stands were shut down last weekend, police said.
NEWS
June 29, 2014
Congratulations to The Sun for its balanced reporting of the many complexities of the subminimum wage issue and its acknowledgment that a phase-out needs to be gradual so that no individual loses opportunity or earnings ("'Subminimum wage' for disabled workers called exploitative," June 14). The Arc Baltimore, whose mission is, in part, is to expand and diversify employment opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is encouraged at the progress we've seen for those in jobs earning at or above minimum wage and at companies that are in the community, not in segregated workshops.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 2014
From: California Price: $16 Serve with: Lamb, steak & kidney pie Randall Grahm of Bonny Doon Vineyards brings us his playful take on the style of red Bordeaux enjoyed in a fine old London club. It's a liquid repudiation of the huge, highly alcoholic blockbuster California cabernet sauvignons that Grahm apparently finds improper. This claret starts from a cabernet base, but skillful blending of petit verdot, petite sirah and tannat to achieve a most proper Bordeaux-like balance and a restrained alcohol level of 13.2 percent.
BUSINESS
By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2014
A Baltimore judge dismissed Friday a multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed by the former developers of the "Superblock" that alleged the city illegally terminated their exclusive rights to build on the property. Baltimore Circuit Judge Pamela J. White threw out the $50 million suit, saying the city properly ended its deal with Lexington Square Partners when its contract for the land expired. "The mayor is happy we can finally move forward with a key development project on the west side," said Kevin Harris, a spokesman for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
NEWS
By Jules Witcover | March 28, 2014
Russian President Vladimir Putin's land grab of Crimea, with more threatened to come, has Republican neoconservatives eagerly lining up to denounce President Obama as a deplorably weak leader who settled for throwing snowballs at Putin rather than military muscle. Former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania, laboring to keep his presidential aspirations flickering after a brief day in the sun in the 2012 Republican primaries, has temporarily doffed his anti-abortion hat to get in front of the parade.
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