County to Reassess Pikesville Commercial District

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and Councilwoman Vicki Almond announced last week that the Baltimore County Planning Department will survey the Pikesville commercial revitalization district over the next year and a half, and the survey will be used to update the 2003 revitalization plan for the area. “I was actively involved in the 2003 revitalization… Read More

Seasons Next Season?

While contractors are working inside the future home of Seasons kosher market to install electrical and plumbing systems, officials remain tight-lipped on an opening date for the store, which has been in the works for about three years. A series of delays combined with little public information from Seasons has left the community in the… Read More

The Fountain of Brew Is Union Craft's Henry Benesch the oldest brewery worker in the country?

Ninety-six-year-old Henry Benesch may very well be the oldest person in the country to be working at a brewery. At least that’s what his son, Jerry Benesch, said he believes during a visit to Hampden/ Clipper Mill’s nearly 5-year-old Union Craft Brewery, co-founded by Henry’s grandson, Adam. Benesch, whom everyone  at the brewery lovingly refers… Read More

Smart Meter Debate Rages On

As the Maryland Public Service Commission debates whether or not utility companies can charge customers to opt out of smart meters, Baltimore residents are working to spread awareness about a technology they feel isn’t so smart. “While it is beneficial for BGE’s bottom line, it is not for us or our families,” said Pikesville-area resident… Read More

Pikesville Boys Take Aim At State Soccer Title

The Pikesville High School boys’ soccer team hopes to make history Thursday when it takes on North Carroll in the state Class 1A boys’ soccer championship. “They’re ready to play,” said coach Mark Lavallee, who is in his 11th year of leading the Pikesville team. Pikesville finished regular-season play with an 8-2-2 record, falling only… Read More

Dinner And A Movie

“This is my Bible,” said a smiling Ira Miller, referring to a large book called “Motion Picture Exhibition in Baltimore” by Robert K. Headley. “The Pikes opened in 1938 and closed in 1984. It was built by John Eyring and originally had 650 seats. It was art deco and located on the Eastern edge of… Read More