Medical cannabis company Curio Wellness has opened a $7 million product research, development and manufacturing facility in Cockeysville that will employ 85 workers.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance joined with community representatives Monday to break ground for a new, $3 million, 14,260-square-foot community and PAL center adjacent to Padonia International Elementary School in Cockeysville.
A Cockeysville restaurant has won the latest round in a longstanding zoning and court battle with nearby residents over a parking lot they say violates Baltimore County law and an agreement the eatery signed in 1995. In a 3-0 ruling, the Court of Special Appeals said the Falls Road Community Association should have taken its […]
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A former University of Virginia lacrosse player’s murder trial was postponed until Friday because one of his attorneys was ill. George Huguely, 24, is charged with first-degree murder in the killing of his sometimes girlfriend and fellow lacrosse player, Yeardley Love. Circuit Judge Edward Hogshire told jurors when they were dismissed midday […]
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A former University of Virginia lacrosse player accused of killing his ex-girlfriend had bruises and scrapes on his legs, arms and knuckles hours after her body was found, a police officer testified Monday. Patrolman Jeremy Carper testified in Charlottesville Circuit Court about police photographs he took of George Huguely V on May […]
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Jury selection is under way in the trial of a University of Virginia lacrosse player accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, a player on the women’s lacrosse team. George Huguely V, of Chevy Chase, pleaded not guilty Monday in Charlottesville Circuit Court to first-degree murder, robbery, burglary, breaking and entering, grand larceny and […]
Advance Business Systems of Cockeysville, a provider of document management equipment and services, said it signed a five-year partnership agreement with the Baltimore Ravens, maintaining it as the team’s official document equipment provider through 2017. Under the new agreement, an Advance technician will be stationed in the Ravens press box for all home games to […]
Baltimore Ravens fans can now drop off letters to the team in purple mailboxes at a number of Giant Food stores in the state. The team kicked off the promotion Tuesday as it prepares to head into the playoffs. Letters in the “Baltimore Ravens Postal Service” boxes will be taken to the team’s Owings Mills […]
Wegmans Food Market Inc. announced Monday it plans to open a store in Owings Mills at the site of the now shuttered Solo Cup factory. It will be the second Baltimore County location for the mega grocery and specialty foods store. A Wegmans opened at the Hunt Valley Town Center in Cockeysville in the fall […]
This week, the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors announced that Dwayne Carte was hired as the new executive vice president of the 3,400-member nonprofit. Carte, 47, is a Realtor and a national motivational speaker and business coach from Minneapolis. He will officially join the Lutherville office on Nov. 21, replacing Joseph T. “Jody” Landers III, […]
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Attorneys for a University of Virginia lacrosse player charged with killing a female lacrosse star will be allowed to examine her medical records, a judge ruled Monday. Charlottesville Circuit Court Judge Edward Hogshire ruled after an hour-long, private session with both sides that attorneys for George Huguely, 24, of Chevy Chase, could […]
In an unassuming industrial complex in Cockeysville, not far from the hustle and bustle of the York Road corridor, sits the campus of AAI Corp., a 60-year-old aerospace and defense company that churns out everything from unmanned reconnaissance planes to high-concept machine guns. AAI was founded in Baltimore County in 1950 and has grown into […]