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South Baltimore Business Roundup

South Baltimore Business Roundup

| April 22, 2024 | 0 Comments

A donut shop closes, a brewery expands to the county, a tanning salon reopens, a salon celebrates 20 years, a tattoo shop opens, and a new title company on Fort Avenue.

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Photo Tour of the Riverside Park Renovations

Photo Tour of the Riverside Park Renovations

| April 15, 2024 | 0 Comments

The renovation of the athletic facilities at Riverside Park is near completion and expected to reopen in June. The City’s contractor McDonnell Landscape, LLC is undertaking the $2,360,000 project.

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H&S Bakery’s ‘Kneads Bakeshop’ Hosting Pop-Up on Fort Ave.

H&S Bakery’s ‘Kneads Bakeshop’ Hosting Pop-Up on Fort Ave.

| April 10, 2024 | 0 Comments

Kneads Bakeshop, a bakery and cafe by H&S Bakery, is opening a pop-up location at 838 E. Fort Ave. in Riverside/Locust Point. The two-story, 3,800 sq. ft. building was the former home of The Loyal Oyster.

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‘Buffalo Wild Wings’ Carryout Concept Coming to Southside Marketplace

‘Buffalo Wild Wings’ Carryout Concept Coming to Southside Marketplace

| April 10, 2024 | 0 Comments

Buffalo Wild Wings Go, the carryout-only version of the popular sports bar chain Buffalo Wild Wings, is opening a location at Southside Marketplace in Riverside/Locust Point. Buffalo Wild Wings Go takes over a 1,500 sq. ft. space that was formerly a cleaners that relocated to McHenry Row.

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Podcast: How the National Federation of the Blind is Changing Lives

Podcast: How the National Federation of the Blind is Changing Lives

| February 23, 2024 | 0 Comments

What does it mean to be blind in the 21st century? How can technology and community help people with low vision and blindness live the life they want? In this episode, Nate Carper talks to Mark Riccobono, president of the National Federation of the Blind (NFB), which is the oldest and largest organization of blind people in the United States.

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Limoncello Pizzeria to Open on February 20th in Locust Point

Limoncello Pizzeria to Open on February 20th in Locust Point

| February 14, 2024 | 0 Comments

Limoncello Pizzeria, a spin-off of the adjacent Limoncello restaurant, will open next week on February 20th at the Anthem House building in Locust Point. Limoncello Pizzeria will be the first retail tenant 900 E. Fort Ave. Suite A1.

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Thomas Johnson Starts Middle School Volleyball Team

Thomas Johnson Starts Middle School Volleyball Team

| February 1, 2024 | 0 Comments

It was a random encounter that helped lay the groundwork for a girls volleyball team getting started this school year at Thomas Johnson Elementary Middle School (TJEMS) in South Baltimore. TJEMS parent Kattie Rogers was passing through the school’s gym with her child in May 2023 and saw some girls casually playing volleyball. She spoke with the girls and told them she’d be willing to help them start a volleyball team if they were interested. They loved the idea and the planning began.

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Pediatric Dental Studio ‘Sparkling Charms’ Coming to Southside Marketplace

Pediatric Dental Studio ‘Sparkling Charms’ Coming to Southside Marketplace

| January 22, 2024 | 0 Comments

Sparkling Charms Dental Studio will be opening at Suite 21 at the Southside Marketplace shopping center at 883 E. Fort Ave. in Riverside/Locust Point. Sparkling Charms is a pediatric dentistry center started by Dr. Irene Spates.

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‘Dirty Dough Cookies’ Coming to Southside Marketplace

‘Dirty Dough Cookies’ Coming to Southside Marketplace

| December 13, 2023 | 0 Comments

Dirty Dough Cookies is coming to Southside Marketplace in Riverside/Locust Point. Dirty Dough Cookies is taking over the former 900 sq. ft. suite of PokeOno, which closed in recent weeks.

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‘Advance Auto Parts’ Coming to Southside Marketplace

‘Advance Auto Parts’ Coming to Southside Marketplace

| December 13, 2023 | 0 Comments

Advance Auto Parts is coming to Southside Marketplace in Riverside/Locust Point. Advance Auto Parts will fill a 6,900 sq. ft. suite that was previously comprised of two different tenant suites.

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License Plate Readers Installed at Entrances/Exits to South Baltimore Peninsula

License Plate Readers Installed at Entrances/Exits to South Baltimore Peninsula

| December 6, 2023 | 0 Comments

The electronic camera system provides the Baltimore Police Department with vital, real-time data to track vehicles reported stolen, associated with an outstanding warrant, or reported seen at the scene of a crime.

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TJEMS, Federal Hill Prep, and FSK Rank in Baltimore’s Top 6 Elementary Schools

TJEMS, Federal Hill Prep, and FSK Rank in Baltimore’s Top 6 Elementary Schools

| November 30, 2023 | 0 Comments

Riverside’s Thomas Johnson Elementary Middle School (TJEMS) was ranked as the top elementary school in Baltimore City, according to a new U.S. News & World Report Ranking.

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‘The Local Oyster’ Closing on November 11th

‘The Local Oyster’ Closing on November 11th

| November 7, 2023 | 0 Comments

Yesterday on social media, The Local Oyster announced it will be closing its locations in Locust Point and Mount Vernon. Its last day of service will be Saturday, November 11th.

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New Stop Sign Coming to Fort Avenue

New Stop Sign Coming to Fort Avenue

| November 2, 2023 | 0 Comments

“A huge thank you to the neighbors who brought this issue to my attention and advocated to help us get this commitment. This intersection has a high volume of pedestrian traffic, specifically parents walking their children to and from Thomas Johnson Elementary Middle School (TJEMS).”

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Thomas Johnson Fall Festival This Saturday

Thomas Johnson Fall Festival This Saturday

| November 2, 2023 | 0 Comments

The Fall Festival will have fun games, activities, and delicious food items for the whole family.  Some of the activities include a moon bounce, a dunk tank, face painting, and fall crafts.

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‘Five Below’ Now Open at Southside Marketplace in Locust Point

‘Five Below’ Now Open at Southside Marketplace in Locust Point

| October 20, 2023 | 0 Comments

First announced in May 2022, the Five Below has opened at Suite 26 of Southside Marketplace in Riverside/Locust Point. Five Below opens in a 9,200 sq. ft. space vacated by Walgreens in November of last year.

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Historic Office and Retail Development ‘Riverside’ Hopes to Start Construction in Coming Months

Historic Office and Retail Development ‘Riverside’ Hopes to Start Construction in Coming Months

| October 18, 2023 | 0 Comments

Riverside, an office and retail development at the former Heinz Riverside Abattoir building at 1900 Light St. in Riverside/South Baltimore, hopes to start construction in the next four to six months. The development is a partnership between building owners Stephen and Cheryl Wilhide and development company Urban Pastoral Collective.

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