Week in Review: Wegmans Déjà Vu, Medical Marijuana, Rezoning Concerns

Here's a look back at the past week's top stories.

Developers experience déjà vu over the Wegmans proposal in Owings Mills.

Del. Dan Morhaim and other advocates continue to support medical marijuana in Maryland even though Gov. Martin O’Malley’s said he will oppose the legislation this session.

Reisterstown and Owings Mills community members spoke out against two rezoning proposals at a Baltimore County Planning Board hearing Thursday night.

Organizers of Main Street’s Bloomin’ Artfest, an annual event held in late May on Franklin Middle School’s grounds, called off this year’s event for lack of advance planning.

The following information was supplied by the Baltimore County Police Department's Franklin Precinct, which covers Reisterstown and Owings Mills. Arrests do not indicate convictions.

The Owings Mills-based in-school and after-school learning center added a University of Phoenix branch to its "city" where students learn about the world economy.

The motorcycle club, with members from Owings Mills and Reisterstown, rode to Glen Burnie Tuesday afternoon, when members of the Westboro Baptist Church were protesting outside of Glen Burnie High School.

The seventh annual basketball game between Franklin High and Franklin Middle staffers raised $4,000. The games have raised a total of $30,000 in seven years.


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