After curating 22 pop-up shops over the last three years, Vanessa Milio has debuted her unique art, bath items and home décor products at the Village of Cross Keys.
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Sponsored content – Gov. Hogan signed a host of bills into law in April that change the way guns and ammunition are governed in the state. The package of bills is one of the most comprehensive to be signed into law of any state in the country.
Part of the legislation includes a ban in the state on bump stocks and any other device that permits semi-automatic fire. Another bill in the package increases the ability of law enforcement officers to confiscate guns from people who have been labeled as an extreme risk. This is now known as the “red flag” law.
States across the country have expressed support for this type of legislation but Maryland becomes one of the first states in the country to act on it following the shootings in Las Vegas and in Parkland, Florida.
Enjoy the Sounds of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at the Star-Spangled Spectacular at Oregon Ridge Park on July 3
Celebrate the red, white and blue with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Oregon Ridge Park on July 3. With Nicholas Hersh as conductor, spend the evening listening to the Orchestra perform patriotic scores and family favorites. Bring lawn chairs, blankets and picnics for a cozy evening. Food trucks will also be on-site serving up some great local eats. The evening will end with a boom with an extraordinary fireworks finale. Gates open at 5 pm.
Baltimore, MD, June 12, 2018 – The Archdiocese of Baltimore’s Chancellor of Education, Jim Sellinger, announced today the 2018 Archdiocesan Elementary and High School Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Kristen Zorica, from St. John the Evangelist School, Severna Park was named Elementary School Teacher of the Year, and Mrs. Genie Massey, from St. Maria Goretti High School, Hagerstown, was named High School Teacher of the Year.
Sponsored Content – Adultery is many times cited as the legal basis for one spouse seeking divorce from another. In some states, proof of adultery can result in certain monetary benefits in division of the marital estate, and can, in some states, be grounds for a lawsuit against the non-spouse adulterer. As recently as 2017, North Carolina’s Court of Appeals held that “alienation of affection” – read: the non-spouse adulterer’s role in the divorce – can be grounds for civil liability.
Portion of sales will be donated to the non-profit Ellicott City Partnership
Glyndon, MD, June 5, 2018 – Glyndon Lord Baltimore Cleaners will be donating 10 cents per item cleaned during the week of June 17, 2018 to the Ellicott City Partnership to assist with their Flood Relief efforts.
Sponsored Post – Victims of rape in Maryland will soon have the opportunity to have the parental rights of their assailant terminated upon presentation to the court of clear and convincing evidence that rape occurred.
The law, which has been debated in the Maryland House since 2007 as legislators tried to come up with a fair way to terminate parental rights in the absence of a rape conviction, has now passed the Maryland House and Senate. The law will allow a court to terminate the parental rights of an assailant at a lower standard of proof than is used for criminal convictions. This lowered standard was one of the primary sticking points.
The 6th Annual Fit+ Outdoor Fitness Festival takes your workout to the streets of Harbor East! Enjoy FREE fitness classes hosted by The MAC, Under Armour Brand House, lululemon, and Charm City Run! From yoga to boot camp and beyond – these perfectly timed sessions allow you to sample multiple classes throughout the morning.
This Saturday, June 2nd the Village of Cross Keys will host an outdoor paint class led by local artist Juliet’s Paintings. Class will be held on the @ScooziCrossKeys patio. Specials will be offered on Wine, Beer, Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s and Brick Oven Pizza’s.