Baltimore acupuncture provider Mend is opening a new clinic at Pikesville’s Quarry Lake development, adding to its locations in North Baltimore’s Remington neighborhood and on York Road in Lutherville.
In the latest Baltimore-area restaurant celeb sighting, Howard Stern brunched at Baltimore County eatery Citron this past weekend.
Temple Oheb Shalom’s board of directors voted unanimously on Aug. 22 to begin termination proceedings against its spiritual leader of 19 years, Rabbi Steven M. Fink, due to allegations of sexual misconduct and ethical violations.
Beth Fisher always put education at the top of her list when selecting what neighborhood would be best for her family. It’s why she and her husband first moved to the Summit Park school district so her children could attend Pikesville public schools.
So when Beth learned that CHAI was spearheading the Pikesville Schools Coalition, an initiative to strengthen Pikesville schools, she recognized how valuable that was to her community.
By Simone Ellin
On the morning of May 3, members of Pikesville synagogue Temple Oheb Shalom were notified in an email signed by President Mina Wender, that the congregation’s spiritual leader Rabbi Steven M. Fink has been suspended with pay.
The Suburban House restaurant — a culinary touchstone for generations of local lovers of delicatessen cuisine for nearly eight decades — recently closed its doors at its 1700 Reisterstown Road location of seven years. A simple “Closed” sign is posted on the eatery’s front door.
When Pikesville native Jayne Havens returned to the Baltimore area, after living in Washington, D.C. for a number of years, she was hoping to expand her social circle. A young mother of two children, Sid, 4, and Ivy, eight weeks old, she wanted to connect with other young Jewish families in and around Lutherville.
The vacant Maryland National Guard armory on Reisterstown Road in Pikesville may soon be a new candidate for redevelopment.
A sloppily executed crime in Baltimore County this morning left two burglars with no spoils and police officers on the chase.
Imagine thousands of people in Baltimore – and a million worldwide – coming together to celebrate the faith and culture of the Jewish community.