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25Mar 20

COVID-19 Updates

The health, safety, and well-being of this community is always our first priority. As Governor Hogan has mandated, all non-essential businesses will close beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, March 23. Please keep in mind that many restaurants will still provide delivery or carry out services. As for all other stores and service providers, each of them will individually decide whether to remain open or adjust their hours. Please contact each business directly for details using the contact information in the Store Directory on this website. The following stores are currently open. ATI Conrad’s: Carryout Lemon & Ginger: Carryout Menchie’s:…

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21Nov 19
Harford County’s Best  Restaurants Of 2019 Features 4 Winners From The Boulevard At Box Hill

Harford County’s Best Restaurants of 2019 features 4 winners from The Boulevard at Box Hill

Harford County’s restaurant and bar scene has been growing, and that includes here at The Boulevard. We are pleased to announce that 4 of our restaurants have been named winners for the Best of Harford Country Dining 2019: Bacco Italian + Wine Bar - Best New Restaurant, Best Italian Restaurant, and Honorable Mention Wine List Lemon N Ginger - Honorable Mention Asian Restaurant Panera Bread - Best Healthful Menu Conrad's Seafood Restaurant - Honorable Mention New Restaurant and Honorable Mention Steamed Crabs   So be sure to drop by soon to check out these spectacular dining options. You can also…

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06May 19
Dance Conservatory Of Maryland Announces Move To Boulevard At Box Hill

Dance Conservatory of Maryland Announces Move to Boulevard at Box Hill

Boulevard at Box Hill, the future home of The Dance Conservatory of Maryland and Ballet Chesapeake Original Article at Baltimore CityBizList The Dance Conservatory of Maryland (DCM) is pleased to announce it is moving to the Boulevard at Box Hill to accommodate an increasing number of aspiring dancers. The company originally planned to relocate to the former Klein’s General Store in Forest Hill in September 2019, but upon further inspection of the space, more than fifteen columns were discovered that were not shown in the building’s original blueprint. To remove the columns, a ten foot ceiling would have had to…

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