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By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2009
Tina Pierce knew for a long time that one day she and her husband would downsize, sell their Mount Washington home and purchase a condo. The two had always envisioned themselves amid the bustle of downtown. When her husband passed away two years ago, the move for Tina became more pressing. Rather than settling downtown, however, she chose instead to buy a condominium in the Highlands, Quarry Lake at Greenspring, which - in addition to being near the same wooded area of Northwest Baltimore that she was used to - was closer to her mother-in-law.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2014
"LOOSE SEAL!!" If you find yourself walking around with a couple hundred "Arrested Development" catchphrases in your head but no one to shout them at, here's your big chance. Actor Tony Hale, who played the reality challenged youngest Bluth son, Buster, will be making two appearances later this month in Baltimore to promote his children's book, "Archibald's Next Big Thing. "   The first event, An Evening with Tony Hale, will be held at the Calvert School on North Charles Street.
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BUSINESS
September 8, 2007
Certifications Mosaic Community Services, with headquarters in Timonium, received three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. Nonprofits Marc L. Lichtenberg has been elected president of the board of the Jewish Recovery Houses. Openings Chick-fil-A Restaurant will open Sept. 13 at 7831 Quarterfield Park Road in Severn. Real Estate Obrecht Properties LLC has broken ground at 2850 Quarry Lake Drive for the final office building at Quarry Lake at Greenspring.
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By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to the Sun | July 12, 2009
When they became engaged last year, Ed Stone, a Perry Hall native and Kathy Merz, who lived downtown in Federal Hill, began to look for a home. They wanted a new place where they could start their life together. "[Ed] didn't want the city," Kathy Stone remembered. "And I didn't think I could leave it." Then the couple found the new community of Quarry Lake, northwest of the city off Greenspring Avenue. "It was a great compromise," Kathy Stone remembered. "[Quarry Lake] has shops, restaurants and a drugstore for me and greenery and open spaces for Ed."
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August 21, 2008
Liberty Road, U.S. 40 set for repairs The State Highway Administration said yesterday that it was beginning work on separate highway improvement projects on Liberty Road in Randallstown and on Pulaski Highway at Middle River Road near Middle River. The Liberty Road (Route 26) work, from Anne Hathaway Drive to Offutt Road, will include resurfacing the pavement; replacing sections of sidewalks and curbs; and upgrading traffic signals. The Pulaski Highway (U.S. 40) work will include widening and adding lanes to the intersection, resurfacing the pavement and installing new barriers.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,lorraine.mirabella@baltsun.com | February 28, 2009
The Baltimore affiliate of Stanford Financial Group, the Texas-based investment house accused of "massive fraud" by federal authorities, was shut down this week by a court-appointed receiver, a spokesman for the Securities and Exchange Commission said yesterday. The spokesman, John J. Nester, had no additional information about the shuttering of the affiliate, Stanford Institutional Consulting, which opened in December in an office at Quarry Lake at Greenspring in Baltimore County. He said about 30 Stanford or affiliate offices around the country have been closed.
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By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to the Sun | July 12, 2009
When they became engaged last year, Ed Stone, a Perry Hall native and Kathy Merz, who lived downtown in Federal Hill, began to look for a home. They wanted a new place where they could start their life together. "[Ed] didn't want the city," Kathy Stone remembered. "And I didn't think I could leave it." Then the couple found the new community of Quarry Lake, northwest of the city off Greenspring Avenue. "It was a great compromise," Kathy Stone remembered. "[Quarry Lake] has shops, restaurants and a drugstore for me and greenery and open spaces for Ed."
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2014
"LOOSE SEAL!!" If you find yourself walking around with a couple hundred "Arrested Development" catchphrases in your head but no one to shout them at, here's your big chance. Actor Tony Hale, who played the reality challenged youngest Bluth son, Buster, will be making two appearances later this month in Baltimore to promote his children's book, "Archibald's Next Big Thing. "   The first event, An Evening with Tony Hale, will be held at the Calvert School on North Charles Street.
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By LINELL SMITH and LINELL SMITH,SUN REPORTER | May 30, 2006
North of Mount Washington, a new lake is growing. On a sunny morning a hawk soars overhead, riding thermals. Geese fly into the former crushed marble quarry, settling on crystal green water. Nearby, the buzz of building construction recalls a century of other men and machinery that once mined this property. It is a dramatic transformation. After years of furnishing material for Baltimore's best-known roads and buildings, the old Greenspring Quarry is making money in a very 21st-century way. It is becoming Quarry Lake - the centerpiece and key selling point for a new upscale development of homes, offices and shops.
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By JOANNA BRENNER | June 29, 2008
2576 Quarry Lake Drive, Pikesville 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday -- Friday; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday 410-415-0000; amusetoys.com You won't find Monopoly or Jenga at aMuse Toys, but you will find a slew of other "creative, innovative, engaging and thoughtful toys" for everyone from newborn to adulthood, according to co-owner Claudia Towles. "We don't go with trends," she said. "Everything that's bought is bought with purpose." Claudia and her husband, Tom, opened their new store in Quarry Lake after their shop in Fells Point was flooded last year in April.
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By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2009
Tina Pierce knew for a long time that one day she and her husband would downsize, sell their Mount Washington home and purchase a condo. The two had always envisioned themselves amid the bustle of downtown. When her husband passed away two years ago, the move for Tina became more pressing. Rather than settling downtown, however, she chose instead to buy a condominium in the Highlands, Quarry Lake at Greenspring, which - in addition to being near the same wooded area of Northwest Baltimore that she was used to - was closer to her mother-in-law.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,lorraine.mirabella@baltsun.com | February 28, 2009
The Baltimore affiliate of Stanford Financial Group, the Texas-based investment house accused of "massive fraud" by federal authorities, was shut down this week by a court-appointed receiver, a spokesman for the Securities and Exchange Commission said yesterday. The spokesman, John J. Nester, had no additional information about the shuttering of the affiliate, Stanford Institutional Consulting, which opened in December in an office at Quarry Lake at Greenspring in Baltimore County. He said about 30 Stanford or affiliate offices around the country have been closed.
NEWS
August 21, 2008
Liberty Road, U.S. 40 set for repairs The State Highway Administration said yesterday that it was beginning work on separate highway improvement projects on Liberty Road in Randallstown and on Pulaski Highway at Middle River Road near Middle River. The Liberty Road (Route 26) work, from Anne Hathaway Drive to Offutt Road, will include resurfacing the pavement; replacing sections of sidewalks and curbs; and upgrading traffic signals. The Pulaski Highway (U.S. 40) work will include widening and adding lanes to the intersection, resurfacing the pavement and installing new barriers.
BUSINESS
September 8, 2007
Certifications Mosaic Community Services, with headquarters in Timonium, received three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. Nonprofits Marc L. Lichtenberg has been elected president of the board of the Jewish Recovery Houses. Openings Chick-fil-A Restaurant will open Sept. 13 at 7831 Quarterfield Park Road in Severn. Real Estate Obrecht Properties LLC has broken ground at 2850 Quarry Lake Drive for the final office building at Quarry Lake at Greenspring.
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By LINELL SMITH and LINELL SMITH,SUN REPORTER | May 30, 2006
North of Mount Washington, a new lake is growing. On a sunny morning a hawk soars overhead, riding thermals. Geese fly into the former crushed marble quarry, settling on crystal green water. Nearby, the buzz of building construction recalls a century of other men and machinery that once mined this property. It is a dramatic transformation. After years of furnishing material for Baltimore's best-known roads and buildings, the old Greenspring Quarry is making money in a very 21st-century way. It is becoming Quarry Lake - the centerpiece and key selling point for a new upscale development of homes, offices and shops.
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