Monday, October 8, 2012
The benefit dinner will raise money for the medical expenses of Perry Hall High School shooting victim Daniel Borowy.
Over the past six weeks, more than a dozen businesses and community organizations have hosted benefits for Daniel Borowy, who was shot and injured in Perry Hall High School's caferteria on the first day of school. On Tuesday, Oct. 9, another benefit is planned at one of Borowy's favorite local restaurants—the Perry Hall McDonald's at 9106 Belair Road, across from Perry Hall Elementary School. McDonald's management announced the "Dinner for Daniel" in a flier, which included the following: "The store employees are many of Daniel’s friends and schoolmates. Everyone at McDonald’s is looking forward to a huge turnout . Please stop by for dinner and to give our neighbor, friend, and classmate your best wishes and support." "Prayers for Daniel" …
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Marlinde Wilson, the woman who says she has the winning Mega Millions lottery ticket sold at the 7-Eleven in Milford Mill, was present Wednesday during a press conference with her attorney.
Maryland Lottery spokeswoman Carole Everett told Pikesville Patch Wednesday afternoon that no one has yet come forward with the winning Mega Millions lottery ticket sold Friday at a Milford Mill 7-Eleven. Meanwhile, Baltimore resident Marlinde Wilson, who reportedly is an immigrant of Haiti and mother of seven children, still maintains she has that ticket. On Wednesday morning, Wilson and her attorney held a press conference. Wilson did not speak, according to a FOX News report, but her attorney Edward Smith asked the media "to not pester his client." He said her claim is "a legitimate claim," but he has not seen the ticket, the report states. Wilson allegedly bought Mega Millions lottery tickets for herself and a pool of coworkers at the …
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Chrissy Polis was attacked in a Rosedale McDonald's on April 18.
UPDATED(11:35 a.m.)—Teonna Brown will serve five years in jail for her involvement in the beating of a transgendered woman in a Rosedale McDonald's in April. Brown, 19, was sentenced by Circuit Court Judge John Grason Turnbull II to 10 years in jail, with five years suspended and two years of probation for the attack on Chrissy Polis. "[Brown] had every opportunity to disengage from this situation and chose not to," Turnbull said. The sentence was part of a plea agreement that resulted in Brown pleading guilty in August. Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger said prosecutors felt it was important Brown "receive significant time in jail." Brown, 19, and a 14-year-old girl were arrested and charged in the April 18 attack on …
Friday, August 5, 2011
Franklin Square Hospital Center pediatrician Dr. Harsha Bhagtani offers advice on raising healthy, fit children.
Friday, August 5, 2011
Childhood obesity has received a lot of media attention lately. The spotlight has been focused on First Lady Michelle Obama’s efforts to fight the epidemic, the recent announcement that several fast food chains have agreed to offer healthier items on their kids’ menus, and the idea proposed by one physician, who compared childhood obesity to child abuse and stated in some cases, obese children should be taken from their parents. Most recently, McDonald’s announced an overhaul to their Happy Meals to make them healthier. Childhood obesity is inarguably a growing problem for our nation. It is, without a doubt, a serious health concern. Extra weight puts kids at higher risk for Type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, arthritis, reflux, sleep apnea…
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
The alleged attack followed a dispute about a food order mistake, police said.
A female employee of the Perry Hall McDonald's on Belair Road was sprayed in the face with tire cleaner early Monday, police said. An officer pulled over a black 2006 Chevrolet Silverado at about 3 a.m. near the intersection of Hines Road and Hines Meadow Road in Parkville, after the vehicle was seen driving without its headlights on. The officer was then approached by a woman who had followed the vehicle from McDonald's. She said she witnessed a backseat passenger spray something into the drive-thru window and throw something at her vehicle, according to the police report. A female McDonald's worker confirmed that she was sprayed in the face with a liquid by a man in the backseat of a vehicle following a food order mistake, police said. …
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Patch finds five great places to enjoy local joe
Today is National Coffee Day! In honor of the occasion, I've found five places to sip some local joe.