Garrison Forest School in Owings Mills has long used its sprawling, wooded, 110-acre campus as a learning lab. Biology classes take samples at the campus pond. Read More →
The Baltimore Business Journal recently convened “The Future of Owings Mills,” a panel discussion with Councilwoman Vicki Almond, Stevenson University president Kevin Manning and real estate developers Brian Gibbons of Greenberg Gibbons, and Howard Brown of David S. Brown Enterprises.
The event, hosted at the Owings Mills Jewish Community Center and attended by area illuminati, cognoscenti, and glitterati (I don’t know what any of these words mean) was billed as: “Owings Mills is not about the dead mall anymore. This Baltimore County suburb is hot.”
Visiting Days at Garrison Forest School – Delivering Knowledge That Matters. To Girls. To the World.
In addition to individual tours and visits, we also offer parents the opportunity to join us for Prospective Parent visiting days. Read More →
Hot House: 4 Grenadier Court, Owings Mills, MD 21117
Noted modernist home designed by Charles Richter, circa 1969, in painted brick with new cool metal, energy-saving roof. Recent and total award-winning renovation by Washington, D.C. architect David Jameson. Four bedrooms, 3 full and 2 half baths over 6,614 sq. ft. Open-plan design features two connecting main floor pavilions and large lower-level family room. Custom millwork and cabinetry throughout. Interior skylight, floor-to-ceiling glass and full-length deck overlooking woods. Custom gourmet kitchen with two oversize islands, Sub Zero refrigerators, Miele in-wall coffee machine and appliances. Pan burner fireplace in living room, Murano glass chandelier in dining room. Large, main floor master suite overlooks woods. Ultra modern master bath. Downstairs has hotel-style bar, seamless poured resin Bolidt floor, chalkboard ceiling. Also fourth bedroom, all with wooded views. Central air, security system, sound system. 3.75 private acres: $2,400,000 Read More →
Courtesy Baltimore County Fire Department
Cats and dogs in Baltimore County now stand more of a fighting chance to be rescued from fires thanks to one local company’s donation.
Owings Mills was the place to be Sunday morning, as the popular grocery store Wegmans opened its 91st location. The new store, located in the Foundry Row shopping center, is the Rochester-based chain’s eighth in Maryland and second in Baltimore County; a Hunt Valley location opened in 2005. Read More →
Milkshake, Baltimore’s Grammy-nominated kids’ rock band, to perform at Garrison Forest School, Saturday, September 17, 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Open to the public and sponsored by Garrison Forest, Baltimore’s Child and Baltimore Style Magazine–with complimentary, kid-friendly, healthy snacks from Wegmans–this is a not-to-be-missed family fun event!
Please register at gfs.org/milkshake.
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