Monday, January 14, 2013
A ribbon cutting for the new building took place on Monday morning.
William Fisher, the director of cardiovascular technology, stood in the middle of his new classroom inside the new health sciences building at Howard Community College. He was showing people on a tour the new emergency room-like suite, the training beds, the shiny floor and all the new space he has. "Before, we were training in a classroom a quarter of the size of this," said Fisher. "This will be a whole new level of training." Local political and educational leaders gathered with students and residents at the ribbon cutting for Howard Community College's new $50.7 million Health Sciences Building. "It's a student-centered building," said Georgene Butler, president of health sciences at HCC, "and we're well-poised for continued growth…
Saturday, December 17, 2011
Hundreds of people came out to celebrate the opening of the new, 63,000 square foot facility.
Update: The final count of visitors on opening day at the new Charles E. Miller Branch and Historical Center was 7,011 people!
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
The grocery store that replaced Superfresh will host an open house one month after opening its doors.
Although it's been open for a month and a half, Shoppers Food & Pharmacy is hosting an open house and ribbon-cutting Tuesday night, officially signaling its grand opening. Shoppers, owned by Supervalu Inc., opened on July 16, replacing Superfresh, which filed for bankruptcy in June and closed or sold more than 20 grocery stores in Maryland. The sale to Shoppers was completed in mid-June. As part of Tuesday's ceremony, Shoppers executives will donate $1,000 each to the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. "We are extremely excited to formally open the Ellicott City location,” Shoppers' President Tim Lowe said in a statement released Tuesday by the company. “Since taking …