Tuesday, May 14, 2013
M&T Bank seeks tellers, and RadioShack has an opening for a store manager.
Looking for a new job? A first job? Here are posts for the North Baltimore area in the last week on job sites CareerBuilder and Indeed. And remember, you can share your openings anytime on our jobs page.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Here are jobs posted for the North Baltimore area in the last week.
Looking for a new job? A first job? Here are job listings posted for Aberdeen in the past week on job sites Indeed and CareerBuilder. And remember, you can share job openings anytime on Patch.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Here are jobs posted for the North Baltimore area in the past week,
Looking for a new job? A first job? Here are North Baltimore-area jobs posted this week on job sites CareerBuilder and Indeed. And remember, you can share your job postings with the community anytime right here on Patch.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Proceeds from the event next Wednesday will be donated to charity.
Chef and writer Rose Levy Beranbaum is visiting Baltimore next week. Beranbaum will appear at Alchemy on 36th Street next Wednesday at 1 p.m for a luncheon and discussion, the restaurant announced. Seating is limited, and tickets must be purchased in advance by calling 410-366-1163. Tickets are $35, and autographed copies of Beranbaum's book, "The Cake Bible," can be reserved, also for $35. Proceeds will be donated to Cure PSP: Society for Progressive Supernuclear Palsy
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
The local currency is now accepted at 200 Baltimore-area businesses.
It started two years ago with only 55 businesses, but now BNotes are all grown up. The homegrown Baltimore currency is celebrating two years this month, having nearly quadrupled its base to 200 Baltimore-area firms. The local currency, which Patch wrote about at its inception, works like this. A shopper can visit one of 11 BNote cambios and for $10, get $11 in BNotes. The BNotes are accepted the same as cash, so shoppers essentially get a discount for using the currency. The BNote's creators will be at the Terra Cafe to meet BNote users and take questions as they celebrate the currency's birthday Wednesday at Terra Cafe from 7 to 9 p.m., according to an email newsletter. Do you use BNotes? How well do you think the currency has served …
Here are jobs posted in the last week for North Baltimore positions.
Looking for a new job? A first job? Here are job postings from CareerBuilder and Indeed.com for the North Baltimore area. And remember, you can share your postings anytime on our jobs page.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Here are recent postings from job sites for openings in the North Baltimore area
Looking for a new job? A first job? Here are North Baltimore-area job postings from the past week on job sites CareerBuilder and Indeed. You can share postings with your neighbors anytime on our jobs page.
Friday, March 22, 2013
The scavenger hunt will offer customers deals at participating shops in the Hampden area.
Looking to do some shopping Saturday? How about score some bargains? The shops of Hampden are hosting a Shop Hop Scavenger Hunt all day Saturday; anyone who visits a participating shop will have the opportunity to choose an egg from a basket, according to a news release. Each egg will contain a clue that leads a shopper to another area business where they will be able to apply a discount to merchandise, the release states. At that point, customers can choose another egg and head to a new business. Shops participating in Saturday's Shop Hop include: Will you participate in the Saturday Shop Hop this weekend? Tell us in the comments and let us know what deals you discover.
Monday, March 18, 2013
The restaurant, located on the Avenue, closed Mar. 17.
A mainstay on 36th Street has closed its doors for good. Dogwood Restaurant, formerly located at 911 W. 36th Street, has been shuttered since Sunday, the Baltimore Sun reports. Owner Galen Sampson posted to the business' Facebook page early Monday morning confirming the closure. "The Dogwood Restaurant is grateful to the Baltimore Community for its tremendous support over the past seven years. At The Dogwood, we tried to do something innovative and risky, and the city and its people have always supported us. We are very grateful to you," Sampson wrote on the business' Facebook page. "Unfortunately, we had to close the doors of the restaurant today, Saint Patrick's Day, Sunday March 17th 2013 because the business can no longer support …
Friday, February 3, 2012
The chain will close its Rotunda location as part of the move.
Giant Food is buying two former Superfresh locations in Hampden and Parkville from Fresh & Green's, which had taken over the stores less than a year ago. Giant, the Baltimore area's largest grocer, announced the deal today with Mrs. Green's Management Corp. on Friday to buy the locations at 1020 West 41st St. in Hampden and 7709 Harford Road in Parkville. “Giant Food is excited about the opportunity to remodel and open two convenient locations for Baltimore-area customers,” Anthony Hucker, president of Giant Food, said in a statement. “We look forward to making significant improvements to the stores and to offering our unique combination of quality, value and service, which customers have come to expect from Giant for more than seven …