New Businesses Coming to Southern Maryland

a restaurant with a convence store. word in the area is that nothing will be built
until the original owner (ms. stone) is paid in full. she holds the note on the place.
 

glhs837

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I love my Kobalt battery tools. Had the impact driver and drill for two years now. Just picked up the angle grinder. Not suited for a production sort of deal, but for the occasional use sort of guy like me, awesome. Rusted 1/2" bolts on the new to me polaris ATVs snowplow feet, like buttah. :)
 

spr1975wshs

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I love my Kobalt battery tools. Had the impact driver and drill for two years now. Just picked up the angle grinder. Not suited for a production sort of deal, but for the occasional use sort of guy like me, awesome. Rusted 1/2" bolts on the new to me polaris ATVs snowplow feet, like buttah. :)
I told folks honestly when I worked Hardware/Tools that Kobalt is (despite Lowe's adverts) a good home workshop tool, not every day commercial grade.
 

glhs837

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I told folks honestly when I worked Hardware/Tools that Kobalt is (despite Lowe's adverts) a good home workshop tool, not every day commercial grade.
Yeah, if I was driving 3,000 drywall screws a day, maybe not. But that little impact driver does a good job for my needs. .
 

glhs837

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I really wish QBH had used drywall screws, instead of adhesive and nails.

One of my issues with subdivisions, production speed overrules best practices sometimes. Virtually nobody with a belt fed drill-gun can keep up with a skilled guy with a hammer who sets one nail per hit.
 

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Haagen-Dazs and Elite Jewelers to enhance guest offerings

Simon, a global leader in premier shopping, dining, entertainment and mixed-use destinations, today announced Haagen-Dazs is open at St. Charles Towne Center this fall. In addition, Elite Jewelers in now open, bolstering the center’s selection of the finest jewelry options.

Our goal is to continually enhance retail offerings for our shoppers, and we are pleased to announce these additions in time for the holidays,” said Kimberly Mallory, director of marketing and business and development for St. Charles Towne Center.

Haagen-Dazs brings new frozen dessert experiences to its customers, including distinctive flavors such as Vanilla Swiss Almond, Butter Pecan and Dulce de Leche. Haagen-Dazs was the first to introduce the world to ice cream bars for a grown up palate, with the introduction of the Haagen-Dazs ® ice cream bar line in 1986. To this day, Haagen-Dazs remains committed to developing premium frozen dessert experiences, releasing new flavors every year.

Elite Jewelers brings high-quality jewelry designs and brand names for affordable prices. At Elite Jewelers find fine qualities of GIA certified diamonds, colored precious stones and pearls. Shop the selection of diamond necklaces, bracelets, earrings, handmade Italian 18k gold and platinum jewelry, as well as name-brand watches such as Movado, Citizen and Bulova.

For more information, visit simon.com/stcharlestownecenter.
 

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Righttime Medical Care Opens in California, Maryland

20th location is company's first location in St. Mary's County

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ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Maryland-based urgent care company Righttime Medical Care has opened its newest Care Center in the town of California at the newly-built St. Mary's Market Place Shopping Center at 44980 St. Andrew's Church Road, near Harris Teeter Supermarket. The Care Center held a daily open house earlier this week aimed at introducing its medical services to community groups including families and children, seniors, U.S. service members, medical providers, and first responders.

Like all Righttime locations, the California location is open 7am to 11pm, 365 days a year, and offers urgent care for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries, including care for head trauma through its HeadFirst Concussion Care program, to patients of all ages, from newborns to seniors.

The California Care Center marks Righttime's 20th location in Maryland, and St. Mary's County is the seventh in Righttime's geographic reach.

"Righttime's medical providers and staff are known for delivering high quality urgent care in a warm and caring environment," said Righttime Chief Executive Officer Robert G. Graw, Jr., M.D. "In this semi-rural area of St. Mary's County, medical care may be less accessible than in more populated regions and we're honored to help fill that need. Our extended hours, highly qualified medical practitioners and acceptance of a wide range of insurance plans speak to our commitment to the community. As we celebrate 30 years of caring for patients throughout Maryland, we invite our southern Maryland neighbors to stop in and meet us."

Righttime California is conveniently located at the intersection of state Route 4 and Three Notch Road (state Route 235), fewer than five miles from Naval Air Station Patuxent River, and offers plenty of free parking in a dedicated lot.

As the company continues to expand, California's opening will be followed by other locations coming in 2020 throughout Maryland.

Righttime Medical Care welcomes walk-in patients from newborns to seniors, and also offers RighttimeNOW® virtual visits as well as same-day appointments online at myRighttime.com and through Righttime's Call Center at 888-808-6483. Righttime provides on-site x-rays, laboratory testing, concussion care, patient portal, and works with patients' primary care providers and specialists through secure electronic medical records.

RIGHTTIME MEDICAL CARE simplifies access to trustworthy medical care for patients of all ages at its 20 urgent care locations in Maryland. Celebrating its 30th year, Righttime holds the Certified Urgent Care designation, which distinguishes it as among the top urgent care centers nationwide. Righttime is open 365 days a year and welcomes walk-in patients, while also offering same-day appointments online or via its Call Center as well as its RighttimeNOW™ telehealth service. Convenient services include x-rays, laboratory testing, patient portal, and electronic health records which are shared with patients' physicians, specialists and collaborating medical institutions. For more information, visit myRighttime.com and myHeadFirst.com.
 

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On Monday, October 7, 2019 the Potomac Floral Design Studio opened its doors to Charles County. Potomac Floral Design Studio is a new full service florist and gift shop serving Southern Maryland. The ribbon cutting ceremony began at 10:00 AM attended by Jeannine James, Mayor, Town of La Plata and numerous family and friends supporting the launch of the new business. After the moving ceremony dedicating the opening of the shop to Mike's Mother, Mary Ann Burch and David's Brother Brian, guest were invited in, to shop and enjoy light refreshments.

Mike Burch and David Douglas are the shop owners and managing partners, both are natives of Southern Maryland. They open the shop with an experienced staff, bringing over 90 years of floral and gift shop experience to their customers.

Mike Burch has over 40 years of floral design experience. Mike started in the business when he was 16. He is a previous shop owner and has experience working with several large event and wedding florists in Northern Virginia. He also holds a position with the Washington Post as Production Manager where he has served for 28 years.

David Douglas has 40 years of customer service and managerial experience. David has served 30 years working at the Architect of the Capitol, Washington D.C. where he has held the position of Service Supervisor for the Senate Superintendent's Office for 13 years. Since 1984, David has worked in retail stores and his favorite: food service. Where he worked with several catering establishments and served as the Manager for two Ledo Pizza Restaurants.

Mike and David are committed to provide their customers with impeccable, personalized customer service, offer fresh and innovative floral designs and creative choices for home decor and gifts. The goal is to be your choice for all of your floral, gift and home decor needs.

They have adopted the philosophy of the great writer and poet Maya Angelou: "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel". "We want our customers to feel welcome, which is very important to us".
 
A while back there was mention of a Royal Farms going into Dunkirk area, but wondering if it's more the Huntingtown area near Cox Road where all the land is now cleared off? Calvert has been taking a hit from the locals for expansion of all the town centers and removing the major and minor distinction and just classifying them all as simply "town centers." There is also a new church proposed in the area of Cox Road but unsure if that could be it or if the church is further down Cox Road.
 

jrt_ms1995

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On Monday, October 7, 2019 the Potomac Floral Design Studio opened its doors to Charles County. Potomac Floral Design Studio is a new full service florist and gift shop serving Southern Maryland. The ribbon cutting ceremony began at 10:00 AM attended by Jeannine James, Mayor, Town of La Plata and numerous family and friends supporting the launch of the new business. After the moving ceremony dedicating the opening of the shop to Mike's Mother, Mary Ann Burch and David's Brother Brian, guest were invited in, to shop and enjoy light refreshments.

Mike Burch and David Douglas are the shop owners and managing partners, both are natives of Southern Maryland. They open the shop with an experienced staff, bringing over 90 years of floral and gift shop experience to their customers.

Mike Burch has over 40 years of floral design experience. Mike started in the business when he was 16. He is a previous shop owner and has experience working with several large event and wedding florists in Northern Virginia. He also holds a position with the Washington Post as Production Manager where he has served for 28 years.

David Douglas has 40 years of customer service and managerial experience. David has served 30 years working at the Architect of the Capitol, Washington D.C. where he has held the position of Service Supervisor for the Senate Superintendent's Office for 13 years. Since 1984, David has worked in retail stores and his favorite: food service. Where he worked with several catering establishments and served as the Manager for two Ledo Pizza Restaurants.

Mike and David are committed to provide their customers with impeccable, personalized customer service, offer fresh and innovative floral designs and creative choices for home decor and gifts. The goal is to be your choice for all of your floral, gift and home decor needs.

They have adopted the philosophy of the great writer and poet Maya Angelou: "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel". "We want our customers to feel welcome, which is very important to us".
Hot mayor!
 

spr1975wshs

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Went by the old Lexington Inn at the corner of Great Mills and Shangri La today, finally some light at the end of their tunnel...big banner on the wall, "Pho D'Lite coming soon."
 

CRHS89

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I think I saw an "open" sign in the new strip mall next to Penny's in Leonardtown. Looked like Dominoes? Goodie, we didn't have enough pizza places...especially carry out.
 

jrt_ms1995

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I think I saw an "open" sign in the new strip mall next to Penny's in Leonardtown. Looked like Dominoes? Goodie, we didn't have enough pizza places...especially carry out.
I hear there'll be a Mexican restaurant on each side of the new Domino's!
 

Chris0nllyn

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A while back there was mention of a Royal Farms going into Dunkirk area, but wondering if it's more the Huntingtown area near Cox Road where all the land is now cleared off? Calvert has been taking a hit from the locals for expansion of all the town centers and removing the major and minor distinction and just classifying them all as simply "town centers." There is also a new church proposed in the area of Cox Road but unsure if that could be it or if the church is further down Cox Road.
Cox rd and rt.4 is going to be a church.
 

SamSpade

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One of my issues with subdivisions, production speed overrules best practices sometimes. Virtually nobody with a belt fed drill-gun can keep up with a skilled guy with a hammer who sets one nail per hit.
Worked for YEARS with a guy who could drive a 16p nail into pressure treated 2x6 with one hit. The BEST I could ever do was three.
 
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