Towson Local Business
Local business in Towson, MD
5 hrs ago | via WTOP-FM Washington
Say goodbye to that puppy in the window: Montgomery County is considering a ban on selling puppies and kittens at retail stores. Leventhal says the Humane Society of the United States requested the bill, and he says it struck him as a sound idea. Comment?
Thursday Jan 22 | via Electric Energy Online
BGE Presents $310,000 to Forty-Eight Nonprofit Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery Organizations Across Central Maryland to Fund Vital Life Saving Equipment, Programs and Services To date, BGE's Emergency Response and Safety Grant program has provided nearly $1 million in grants to more than 100 nonprofit organizations In an effort to enhance safety for its customers and employees throughout its central Maryland service area, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company presented $310,000 in grants to 48 nonprofit safety and emergency preparedness, response and recovery organizations through the company's Emergency Response and Safety Grant program . Comment?
Sunday Jan 18 | via USA Today
Zac Pogliano, whose mother Laura was profiled by USA TODAY last year in a series of articles on mental health entitled "The Cost of Not Caring,'' was found dead in his apartment in Towson, Md., on Sunday. Zac Pogliano, who struggled with schizophrenia, dies unexpectedly Zac Pogliano, whose mother Laura was profiled by USA TODAY last year in a series of articles on mental health entitled "The Cost of Not Caring,'' was found dead in his apartment in Towson, Md., on Sunday. Comment?
Saturday Jan 17 | via PR.com
Home and business owners in and around Towson should soon have an easier time finding reliable and affordable junk removal services. Thanks to a new partnership with the local online marketing experts at Prospect Genius, Westminster-based company T & T Services will soon have an improved Web presence, making the business easier to locate via an online search. Comment?
Friday Jan 16 | via Patch.com
Freundel, 62, was the spiritual leader of the high-profile Georgetown synagogue Kesher Israel, which suspended him without pay on Oct. 14 , the day police arrested him at his home, then fired him in November, and ordered he move out of the home provided to him by the first of the year. He is charged with six counts of voyeurism related to allegations that he installed cameras to spy on women in a ritual bath called a mikvah. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 13 | via Daily Record
The Fuel Fund of Maryland has added Brad McMullen as a member of the organization's board of directors. The Fuel Fund offers crisis support and energy education services to more than 19,000 households per year. Comment?
Monday Jan 12 | via The Baltimore Sun
American Legion Post 22 members are worried about the proposed 101 York project looming over their next-door property, post members told DMS development Tuesday evening. American Legion Post 22 members are worried about the proposed 101 York project looming over their next-door property, post members told DMS development Tuesday evening. Comment?
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