Monday, April 22, 2013
Vito's Cafe on York Road received a bomb threat on Saturday.
Vito's Cafe in the Scott's Corner Shopping Plaza on York Road received a bomb threat Saturday morning, but police found no explosives. At about 11 a.m., someone called the business and said a bomb was inside the building, a report by the Baltimore County Police Department's Cockeysville Precinct states. "A search of the building was negative for any hazardous devices or suspicious packages," according to the police report. Vito's is located at 10249 York Road in Cockeysvillle. The restaurant serves Italian cuisine for lunch and dinner, and offers catering.
Monday, April 15, 2013
A Cockeysville business was the target of a second-degree burglary.
Tammy's Nail & Spa lost nail polish, skin cream, lotion and more after a burglary overnight Friday. Between 9 p.m. Friday and 8:30 a.m. Saturday, a burglar used a rock to break a front door window to the business at 562 Cranbrook Road, according to a report by Baltimore County police. "Once inside, the suspect removed the products from the glass display and money from the drawers," it states. Also stolen were three manicure machines.
Friday, January 18, 2013
The project is expected to be completed by Fall 2013.
Lutherville-based Mullan Contracting Company will be handling construction of a new 13,000 square foot Walgreens, after being awarded the contract Red Leaf-Warren, LLC, according to a release. Construction has already begun at the intersection of Warren and York roads in Cockeysville. The project's anticipated completion date is Fall 2013. "The two-story building, which will feature exposed ceilings and polished concreteflooring, will be built on a site that formally housed a full-service gasoline station," the release states. There are currently Walgreens stores in both Towson and Lutherville, both on York Road. How do you feel about Walgreens coming to town? Tell us in the comments section below.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Cranbrook Liquors is running its semi-annual "Dollar Days" sale Tuesday and Wednesday.
It's one of the most popular sales between Lutherville and North County and it's happening right now. The rush started early Tuesday morning with customers pouring into Cranbrook Liquors, looking to take advantage of the semi-annual "Dollar Days" sale. The store is offering beer, wine and liquor priced at a $1 over the cost from distributors. Read more about "Dollar Days." Not a bad time to stock the bar before the holidays, right? Only cash, checks and debit cards are accepted during "Dollar Days." Specialty items and kegs are not part of the deal. Cranbrook Liquors, located at 52 Cranbrook Road, is extendings its hours to 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday and 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Write a review about Cranbrook Liquors. …
Friday, September 14, 2012
Mastix Medica, based in a small Hunt Valley warehouse, makes dietary supplements packed in tableted chewing gum.
There are plenty of sweet smells in Cockeysville, as many residents know. You can thank McCormick for that. But follow your nose down Gilroy Road and you might end up somewhere totally different. Three years ago, a former pharmaceutical executive started Mastix Medica, a company specializing in pharmaceutical applications for chewing gum. Today, the company is still plucking away at the next big thing, but meanwhile produces candy for toy products, chewable Airborne tablets and military-grade caffeinated chewing gum. The gum is good enough for the American and Israeli military, and is marketed to the public as Stay Alert. Mastix now boasts 25 customers and the sales force has doubled in the last three years. CEO Robert Estey would not …
Monday, August 27, 2012
Several Cockeysville businesses were flooded Sunday for the third time in two years.
When last the storm waters lapped into his Cockeysville restaurant, Ozzie Mehdizadeh said, politicians, surveyors and officials measured and promised and hemmed and hawed—then left. "Nothing. Nothing's happening," Mehdizadeh said Monday, as he picked up a chair in his once-again devastated Side Street Cafe in Cockeysville. "Maybe there are not enough votes here." Sunday's heavy rains were enough to flood several businesses on Beaver Run Lane, just off York Road in Cockeysville. It's the third time the shops have been flooded within the last two years, and fourth time in the past decade. Business owners say the Loch Raven Dam expansion several years ago, along with development in Hunt Valley over the last decade, is to blame for the …