Business, Entertainment

Pie Five closes its doors in White Marsh

WHITE MARSH, MD—A restaurant that was relatively new to the White Marsh area has closed up shop. Pie Five in Nottingham Commons has closed its doors. The location’s listing in Google Maps says the restaurant is “permanently closed.” “We’ve loved being your favorite pizza place in Maryland, but sadly due to unforeseen circumstances we had to close our locations,” the …


Education, Entertainment, Events

BCPS students, teachers participate in Take a Leap Baltimore County Dance Celebration

TOWSON, MD – Baltimore County Public Schools dance students and teachers are participating in the annual Take A Leap Baltimore County Dance Celebration. This year’s celebration, taking place through February 29, features national and regional professional performers, master classes with guest artists, and showcases of local student dance and choreography. Featured performances at the Gordon Center include contemporary dance from …


Baltimore County Winter Restaurant Week 2020 starts Friday

TOWSON, MD—Officials have announced that the 2020 Baltimore County Winter Restaurant Week will begin on Friday, January 17th. Organized by the Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion and the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, Baltimore County Restaurant Week is one of the county’s most anticipated biannual events. The 16-day promotion is intended to bring increased business to Baltimore County …

The Rolling Grill to open at Perry Hall Square

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Monday that The Rolling Grill will open at the Perry Hall Square Shopping Center, the latest in a series of additions at the most established commercial center in Perry Hall. The location will offer Baltimore barbecue and craft barbecue sandwiches. It will also be a central hub for people to take advantage of …

Playoff fever brings Ravens pop-up shops to Nottingham area

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Playoff fever is gripping Baltimore. The Ravens’ first playoff game takes place Saturday night at M&T Bank Stadium. Entrepreneurs are taking advantage of the red hot Ravens by opening “pop-up shops” at various locations around the Nottingham area. Ryan Nawrocki opened up his shop in Nottingham on Friday afternoon. “This is a great opportunity,” said Nawrocki. “If we play …

Governor Hogan to host Tennessee Governor Bill Lee for Ravens vs. Titans

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan will host Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and First Lady Maria Lee for the AFC divisional round game at M&T Bank Stadium featuring the Baltimore Ravens versus the Tennessee Titans. The two governors also made a friendly bet, with Governor Hogan wagering Maryland crab cakes and Governor Lee offering up Nashville hot chicken. “We certainly look forward …

Purple Friday Night comes to Looney’s Pub in Perry Hall

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Ravens’ march to the Super Bowl begins with Saturday night’s home playoff game against the Tennessee Titans. Ravens fans can get ready by celebrating Purple Friday Night at Looney’s Pub in Perry Hall. The event will be held from 8:30 to 10 p.m. and will feature chances to win a pair of tickets to Miller Lite Bar 75 …

Nottingham man snags winning $100,000 Md. Lottery scratch-off

NOTTINGHAM, MD—A Nottingham man has found Maryland Lottery gold for a third time. This time, the construction worker swung his pick at a $10 Gold Rush X50 scratch-off and won a $100,000 prize. The lucky prospector found his Gold Rush X50 top prize while driving between work sites. The Maryland Lottery regular has his favorite stores, but said his luckiest …