April 2018 Around Town

Towson-based company Stanley Black and Decker announced plans to add 400 jobs in Baltimore County as it opens a new facility in Middle River. According to the Baltimore County Government, Stanley Black and Decker plans to add employees to its global tools and storage department in the Greenleigh at Crossroads development. The new office will provide space to employees working…

Farmer’s Blossoming Career 
Benefits the Community

Agriculture is the largest single land use in the state of Maryland, but how many of its residents know when tomato season is?

Glide Through Town

If you are looking for a vehicle with opulence and the sportiness of an SUV, your choices are limited. The options are further narrowed if you want an environmentally friendly car that relies less on foreign oil.

Something for

Baltimore County Sailing Center       
Rocky Point Park | BCSailing.org
Programs available for ages 6-18, focusing on fundamentals of sailing, fishing and seamanship.

Preservation Instinct

My garden is official going wild. From now until October it will be a part-time project to upkeep, harvest, cook and preserve all the goodies that our harvest is giving us. First up in our garden preserving process are PICKLES. The cucumber vines are going off, and I couldn’t be happier. This is my third year growing cucumbers and, finally,…

April 2018 Lifestyle Letter

Spring has finally sprung! As the last dredges of winter make their way out, it’s also a good time to remind ourselves to take the time to appreciate our beautiful planet.

No Place Like Home

Mike Healy grew up playing golf at the Country Club of Maryland, and now he’s running the show.


When Towson residents Carol Newill, Wendy Jacobs and Beth Miller founded the Green Towson Alliance in the spring of 2015, they were driven by a common mission: To unite local environmentalists to achieve a greener, healthier, more beautiful community, through collaboration and activism.