Bonefish Grill Opening in Towson Soon

The latest addition to Towson’s entertainment district is readying for its grand opening.   Bonefish Grill will officially open Monday, Feb. 16.   Located at Towson Square, Bonefish Grill will offer fish, wood-grilled dishes and everything from salads to cocktails. Some of its specialties include “Bang Bang Shrimp” and ”Blackened Baja Street Tacos.”   From…

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Balto. Co. rolls back parking meter hours in Towson

  Beginning next weekend, drivers won’t have to feed Towson’s parking meters as often.   Parking meters will be free after 6 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and all day on Sundays starting Feb. 14, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced Thursday. Currently, downtown Towson’s meters are in operation seven days a week until 10 p.m.…

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Baltimore County Council OKs zoning bill for Towson Row

The Baltimore County Council on Tuesday paved a smoother path for Towson Row, a proposed $350 million mixed-use redevelopment project on York Road.   Council members unanimously approved a bill allowing the county’s permits director to grant Towson Row exemptions to certain rules for height, area and signage.   Towson Row would include a mix…

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Towson University and SECU celebrate first year of partnership

  It was impossible not to see the pride on the face of Towson University women’s basketball head coach Niki Reid Geckeler on Friday, Jan. 24 at SECU Arena. But this time, Coach Geckeler wasn’t gazing at her team winning a close game on the court. Instead, she was sitting at a table with university colleagues,…

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Free Meter Parking Throughout Baltimore County During Holidays

  Baltimore County offers free parking at 1,735 meters throughout the county from Nov. 27-30 and Dec. 20-25. During the parking meter holiday dates, meters will be decorated with red “Seasons Greetings” bags in Catonsville, Towson, Parkville, Essex, Overlea, Pikesville, Arbutus, Stoneleigh, and Dundalk.   “This time of the year it is especially important to…

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Towson To Get A Whole Foods

  The ultimate imprimatur that Towson is moving on up— supermarket behemoth Whole Foods Market is slated to open a 45,000 square-foot store on Towson Row sometime in 2018 or 2019.   This will be the natural food and organic grocer’s first foray into Baltimore County, but the 10th store in Maryland (including Harbor East, Mt.…

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Whole Foods Planned for Towson Row

  Whole Foods is to be the anchor tenant for the $350 million Towson Row development. (courtesy of Baltimore County) Whole Foods Market plans to locate its first Baltimore County store at the new Towson Row redevelopment opposite the library in downtown Towson, officials said Wednesday.   The grocer, which launched 13 new stores in…

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Fractured Prune Doughnuts will open in Towson

    An assortment of donuts at the Fractured Prune. (JED KIRSCHBAUM)   Fractured Prune Doughnuts, the Ocean City-founded chain known for hand dipping doughnuts in a choice of glazes and toppings, is opening a Towson shop in early November as part of a national expansion announced last year.   Company CEO Dan Brinton had…

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On the Border Mexican Grill opens at Towson Square

County Executive Kevin Kamenetz snipped the bright green ribbon and the second restaurant at Towson Square opened for business Oct. 27.   “We’re very excited to have just the second On The Border in the state,” Kamenetz said.   On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina, which claims it is the world’s largest Mexican dining chain, joins Nando’s…

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Baltimore Ranked No. 5 Among Top Metros for Students

The top three college towns in America are Ithaca, N.Y.; Ames, Iowa; and Corvallis, Ore., Business Insider reported citing the American Institute of Economic Research’s College Destination Index.   Among metros, Boston topped the rankings, followed by Washington, D.C., and San Francisco. Among mid-sized metros, San Jose topped the rankings, followed by Austin, Texas and Raleigh, N.C.   Boulder,…

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