Tag: parkville

Police Release Info About Guy Who Angrily Climbed Onto a Moving School Bus in Parkville

Leverne Doran, 68, via Baltimore County Police Department

An absurd ordeal unfolded in Parkville last week when a man stood on the front of a moving school bus in a fit of road rage and pounded his fist on the hood while shouting at a bus driver and a bunch of middle schoolers.

Preservationists Still Hoping to Salvage Some of the Bel-Loc Diner

The Bel-Loc Diner in 2012, via Bel-Loc Diner/Facebook

If Starbucks won’t save the entire Bel-Loc Diner when it builds a new branch at Loch Raven Boulevard and Joppa Road, will it at least salvage the most important pieces?

After 53 Years, the Bel-Loc Diner is Closing to Make Way for a Starbucks

Photo via Google Street View

After half a century in business, Parkville’s Bel-Loc Diner is shutting down.

Man Accused of Killing Donatella the Turtle During Parkville Burglary Arrested in Baltimore

On right: Michael Kennard Jones, 23, Courtesy of Baltimore County Police

Less than 24 hours after Baltimore County police announced they were searching for a man who allegedly killed a woman’s turtle while robbing her home, authorities caught up with their suspect in Baltimore City.

Police Say Man ‘Needlessly’ Killed Woman’s Turtle During Parkville Burglary

On right: Michael Kennard Jones, 23, via Baltimore County Police

Authorities in Baltimore County are on the hunt for a 23-year-old man who they say cruelly took the life of a woman’s turtle while ransacking her Parkville home.

Ukazoo Books has Found a New Home on Loch Raven Boulevard


Ukazoo Books

Ukazoo Books has a new home, which means the moving sale that turned into a closing sale is back to being a moving sale.

Facing Competition from Amazon, Ukazoo Books is Moving from Towson to Parkville


Ukazoo Books

The Towson area is losing another book store. A decade after Borders moved out of Towson Commons and Greetings & Readings left Loch Raven Plaza, Ukazoo Books disclosed this week it is leaving the Dulaney Valley Shopping Center and moving to a smaller space in Parkville.