Friday, March 29, 2013
"“We couldn't sell it and we couldn't sustain it,” the owner told The Baltimore Sun
Mia Carolina, the Glyndon Italian restaurant and wine shop, has closed. The Baltimore Sun reports the restaurant ended service Sunday. "We couldn't sell it and we couldn't sustain it,” owner Jay Cohen told the paper. He bought the restaurant, the former Mezzanotte Bistro, in 2005 and renovated the space in 2007. A 2011 Patch feature noted the restaurant's "[w]hite table cloths, an extended wine list and delicious traditional cuisine." Did you eat at Mia Carolina? What will you miss about it? Tell us in the comments.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot will visit small businesses in Glyndon on Thursday to encourage Marylanders to shop locally for the holidays.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot will do a tour of small business in Glyndon this Thursday in an effort to encourage Marylanders to shop locally this holiday season. “Shopping locally puts citizens’ hard earned money back into their communities and also support local businesses and the more than 500,000 hard-working Maryland retail employees,” according to a press release. Franchot will be joined by local elected officials, Patrick Donoho, president of the Maryland Retailers Association, and Brian Ditto, executive director of the Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon Chamber of Commerce. Franchot’s visit starts at noon at Santoni’s, and he will make his way to The Boxwood Collection, The Wine Post and several other shops.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
The best and most interesting stories from Baltimore County Patch sites in the last week.
Here are the big stories out of Baltimore County that you may have missed on Patch this week: Foundry Row Developer Says It Can Fix Reisterstown Road Traffic A debate is brewing in Owings Mills over development, with traffic being of central concern. Glyndon-Based Courage Lion Program Continues to Pick Up Steam Behind President John Ramming and support from communities across the country, Duffy, the Courage Lion, is having an impact on more ailing children every day. Baltimore County Budget Could Grow by $47 Million The county's budget could grow by 3 percent next year under a recommendation approved by the County Council's Spending Affordability Committee. Man Shot, Killed by Police After Patrol Car Stolen A man was shot and killed by …