This Hanover shop is running a deal on tattoo removal on the social media shopping site.
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Sunday, September 30, 2012
A fire official said active smoke alarms and sprinklers mitigated the damage to the home.
More than 70 firefighters were called to a house fire Friday night in Hanover. Officials responded to the 7800 block of Crystal Brook Way in Anne Arundel County for the report of a three-story townhouse on fire. Within 30 minutes, the two-alarm blaze was under control, with no injuries of either the homeowners or firefighters, according to Anne Arundel County Fire Department Battalion Chief Matthew Tobia. "Two adults escaped because of functioning smoke alarms," Tobia said. "The home was also equipped with residential sprinklers which kept the fire from extending into the home itself." The $350,000 townhouse was estimated to have sustained $80,000 in damage as a result of the fire, and the cause of the blaze remains under investigation, …
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The Howard County Police Department supplied the following information.
Police said jewelry and a lock box were stolen from a home on the 6000 block of Adcock Lane in Hanover on Tuesday. The suspect(s) cut a porch screen and entered the Canbury Woods home through a partly open window, according to the Howard County Police Department's report. The suspect(s) took jewelry from three bedrooms and a lock box from the master bedroom closet, said police. The burglary occurred between 8 a.m. and 9:15 p.m. on Sept. 18. In June, there were two break-ins on Adcock Lane, according to Howard County police. On June 26, police said money was stolen after someone entered a home on the 6000 block of Adcock Lane through a glass door. On June 2, police arrested three juveniles for breaking into an abandoned home on the 6100 …
Friday, September 14, 2012
Free gambling Wednesday caused highways around Arundel Mills to turn into parking lots, according to drivers.
Drivers on Routes 100 and 295 were slowed to a crawl by Arundel Mills Wednesday around lunchtime, if they were lucky. Maryland Live! casino, located in Hanover, rang in the announcement of more than 1,000 additional slot machines by offering $100 in free gambling money to subscribers on its email list. More than 20,000 visitors came to the casino on Wednesday, according to Carmen Gonzales, Maryland Live! spokeswoman, who did not specify how many visitors the casino averaged daily. On opening night, the casino attracted more than 10,000 visitors. Route 100 near 295 was "an absolute nightmare," posted one user to Twitter on Sept. 12. The Baltimore-Washington Parkway "was a parking lot around noon," commented Patch user Brian C. that same day…
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Driver should note a casino event at Maryland Live! by Arundel Mills will snarl Wednesday evening's commute, said officials.
Traffic will be "extremely heavy" on MD 295 and Arundel Mills Boulevard in the late afternoon, according to the State Highway Administration (SHA). Route 100 at Arundel Mills Boulevard may also be congested. SHA recommends using I-95, US 1 (Washington Boulevard) and US 29 (Columbia Pike) as alternate routes. See related story PHOTOS: Maryland Live! Casino Unveils 1,043 New Slot Machines More drivers than usual will be heading to Arundel Mills on Sept. 12 for a special event at Maryland Live! casino. The SHA advises calling 511 or looking at its website showing traffic conditions before heading for the highway.
Throngs of people crowded into Maryland Live! casino Wednesday.
Maryland Live! at Arundel Mills is now the third largest casino in the United States, based on the number of slot machines. On Wednesday, the Maryland Lottery and Maryland Live!’s developers unveiled 1,043 new slot machines at the Hanover casino, bringing its total to 4,750 machines. The two biggest casinos in the nation are both in Connecticut: Foxwoods with 7,000 machines and Mohegan Sun with more than 6,400. The casino in Anne Arundel County opened June 7. Since then, the entertainment facility has added The Cheesecake Factory restaurant and Rams Head Center Stage. In addition to celebrating the new slot machines, a Sept. 12 media event highlighting completion of the casino's second phase of development featured the grand opening of …
Friday, September 7, 2012
The shopping center in Hanover announced upcoming additions on Friday.
PINK, New Balance, Fossil and Express are coming to Arundel Mills this fall, the shopping center announced Friday, Sept. 7. In October, PINK, the Victoria's Secret collegiate label, will open a second location in Arundel Mills. It will sell athletic clothing, sleepwear, intimate apparel, loungewear and beauty products. The second PINK store is opening "by popular demand," according to a statement from Arundel Mills, and will be near H&M by the food court, in a separate section from the anchor Victoria's Secret location. Coming in November, New Balance and Fossil will be opening in the section of the mall near Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th and Last Call by Neiman Marcus. Athletic shoes, clothing and accessories for adults and children will be …
The state's three casinos brought in $44.6 million in August, down from $48 million in July, said Maryland Lottery.
Maryland Live! brought in nearly 73 percent of money generated by Maryland casinos in August, according to numbers released this week by the Maryland Lottery. The casino at Arundel Mills, which opened in June, accounted for $32.4 million of the total $44.6 million from the state's three casinos in August, said lottery officials. Patch previously reported that casino revenue was expected to rise, as Maryland Live! added more than 500 new gaming terminals at the end of July. The casino also recently opened a concert venue called Rams Head Center Stage. Maryland Live!'s developer told The Capital that the drop in revenue was expected due to seasonal gambling patterns. Here are highlights from the Maryland Lottery's announcement on Wednesday: …
Monday, September 3, 2012
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Friday, August 31, 2012
Music venue is the latest addition to Maryland Live! casino at Arundel Mills.
On Friday evening, the newest Rams Head venue will officially open to the public at Arundel Mills. Inside Maryland Live! casino, the Rams Head Center Stage adds to the concert company's portfolio that includes Rams Head Live! in Baltimore and Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis. Rams Head also operates restaurants like Rams Head Tavern in Savage Mill and Rams Head Shore House in Stevensville. At Maryland Live!'s Rams Head Center Stage, the Aug. 31 opener features The Real Geniuses. Live entertainment will hit the stage most nights, with theme nights woven into the schedule (e.g., "Monday Night Football"). Ellicott City resident Deena Dietrich blogged about her experience attending the preview concert earlier this week. She described the Rams …