Friday, December 21, 2012
Severna Park Patch readers spoke up on what businesses they would like to see come to Robinson Crossing.
A few weeks ago, Severna Park Patch asked readers what businesses they would like to see fill two vacant storefronts in Robinson Crossing. Inside the Robinson Crossing shopping center, next to the Dollar Tree, are two vacant spaces side-by-side. One of the empty storefronts was once home to Fantastic Sam's hair salon, which closed its doors in the fall. Readers commented on Patch's article on its Facebook Page about some of the businesses they would like to see in Severna Park. Here's a roundup of what they had to say. Of the businesses suggested, which one would you most like to see in Severna Park? Tell us in the comments.
Sunday, December 9, 2012
This week Patch reported on a veteran looking for a job and suggested some holiday gifts from local stores.
Here's a look at some of the top stories from Severna Park Patch this week. To read more of any story, just click on the link. 1. Local Soldier Battles Life After the Army Severna Park High School graduate Brett Miller said the Army helped put him on the right rack after he failed out of college. After his service was up he went back to school and got a degree. What he didn't realize was how the five years spent in the Army hurt his chances of getting a job. 2. Shipley’s Choice Students Sell Snowmen at Clements A special education class at Shipley’s, taught by Kim Chesek, has created decorative snowmen and are selling them for $10 at Clement Hardware to help raise money for their annual field day at Marley Elementary. 3. Chatting with Mutt…
Monday, December 3, 2012
There are two empty storefronts in the Robinson Crossing shopping center. What businesses would you like to see come to Severna Park?
Inside the Robinson Crossing shopping center, next to the Dollar Tree, are two vacant spaces side-by-side. One of the empty storefronts was once home to Fantastic Sam's hair salon, which closed its doors in the fall. The closing left two empty businesses right next to each other. As empty storefronts emerge in Severna Park, Patch likes to highlight them to see what readers would like to see fill the properties. This particular location is interesting since it's two empty spaces right next to each other. What do you think should be done with the empty property? Would you like to see another hair salon? Or a different business entirely. Tell us in the comments. See Also: