Thursday, October 4, 2012
The new branch is under construction.
Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union loves Fallston—at least that's what the sign says. The federal credit union is building a new branch location near the intersection of MD Route 152 and Belair Road in Fallston. A sign announcing that the business is on its way sits outside the partially-completed business facing MD Route 152. Check out photos of the construction process attached to this post. Are you a member of the local credit union? Will this new branch make life more convenient? Leave a comment.
Friday, September 14, 2012
Living Social is offering a Harford County deal for auto detailing.
If you're car is in need of a cleaning, Living Social has the deal for you. The website is offering a deal for car detailing in Edgewood. For $99 you get an auto detail and two car washes from Empire Auto Detailers, located at 1009 Edgewood Road, Ste. D in Edgewood. The package typically costs $275 for a car and up to $350 for a large minivan or SUV. The deal is available for purchase through Sept. 18. Purchase the deal and read the fine print here.
Monday, December 12, 2011
Tasti D-Lite celebrated its grand opening over the weekend.
A new frozen dessert store celebrated opening its doors this weekend in Bel Air and is donating a portion of the weekend’s proceeds to the nonprofit organization Young Life. Bel Air Tasti D-Lite franchise owner, Kent Jordan, said he decided to partner with Young Life this weekend after seeing its impact on his own son’s life. “My son actually went through Young Life as a high schooler and I saw the positive impact on his life. I just think it’s a great organization,” Jordan said. Tasti D-Lite, which celebrated its grand opening this weekend, serves a healthy alternative to ice cream. Jordan said Young Life will get at least $500 from the weekend's proceeds. He said working with Young Life seemed like a natural fit. “Those kids are going to…
Friday, December 2, 2011
The store's retail portion will come to an end early next year, but the store's manager said the business will offer cleaning and repair services in another location.
After nearly 40 years in business, Aref’s Oriental Rugs will close its doors. “We have served Bel Air and Harford County all that time,” Ali Rejaee, the store’s manager, said. Rejaee said Jones Junction has wanted to purchase the property where Aref’s is located for a while. “Finally they made an offer that Aref couldn’t refuse,” Rejaee said. He added that the owner, now in his 70s, is also glad to take the time to spend with his family. Aref Talanehzar opened the business in 1973 and has lived and worked in the Bel Air area since. Located at 1329 A Baltimore Pike near the Maryland State Police Barrack, the store was originally one room, but when business grew, Talanehzar extended the building, according to Rejaee. “We’ve been selling …