Monday, October 29, 2012
The mall is slated to reopen on Tuesday.
The Towson Town Center is closed Monday as a result of Hurricane Sandy, according to a news release. The mall, located at 825 Dulaney Valley Road, is scheduled to open on Tuesday, unless management sends notification otherwise.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
The extended hours will start on Nov. 23.
The holiday season is just around the corner, and for many that means it's time to get shopping. The Towson Town Center will be extending its hours to accomodate those looking for gifts for their loved ones, according to a news release. The mall will be closed on Thanksgiving (Nov. 22) and Christmas (Dec. 25). Children are invited to get their photos taken with Santa at the mall's grand court from Nov. 16 through Dec. 24. The town center is typically open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays, and 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays. The extended hours are listed in full below:
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
The new location, on the mall's second floor, features a much larger space.
The Apple Store is re-opening soon at Towson Town Center, and it's reportedly bigger and better than ever. The new location, which is near Burberry and Louis Vuitton in the luxury wing n the mall's second level, will have a larger space to accommodate workshops, training and customer service, according to a news release from Apple. There will also be more products to test out. The grand re-opening celebration is on Sept. 29, and the first 1,000 customers will receive a free t-shirt, the release reads.
Friday, September 21, 2012
The Great Cookie at the Towson Town Center was hit for treats twice in the span of a week.
Looks like the cookie's crumbling for two 16-year-old boys with allegedly sticky fingers. Two juveniles were arrested after Towson Town Center security officers caught the pair jumping over the counter at The Great Cookie and stealing cookies at around 2 a.m. Monday, Baltimore County Police Department spokeswoman Det. Cathy Batton said. The burglars ran away from the store but were caught by responding police officers. Two days earlier, at about the same time Saturday, burglars stole 24 pounds of cookies—half chocolate chip, half snickerdoodle—from the bakery. A Towson police precinct report incorrectly listed the date of this burglary as Tuesday. Batton said the mix-up occurred because store managers did not call about the incident until …
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The Great Cookie, a Towson Town Center store, was burglarized Tuesday.
The Cookie Monster may be on the loose. Twenty-four pounds of cookies, valued at $358.80, were stolen from The Great Cookie store at the Towson Town Center Tuesday. Video surveillance caught two men wearing hoodies jumping over the counter and grabbing the cookies just before 2 a.m., according to a Baltimore County police report. A security officer at the mall declined to comment on the incident. In August, The Great Cookie was burglarized of $300 in cash.
Both stores are scheduled for a November opening.
Steve Madden and Burger King are gearing up for a November opening at the Towson Town Center. According to a news release from the center, Steve Madden, a high-end shoe retailer, will open a 1,561-square-foot store near Nordstrom on the mall's third level. Burger King will open a 586-square-foot location in the mall's food court, also on the third floor. The Towson Town Center announced the arrival of Marbles: The Brain Store, Sur La Table, Lilly Pulitzer and L'Occitane earlier this summer.
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Add your photos to our gallery.
Fashion's Night Out is an after hours shopping celebration held Thursday, and Towson Town Center was one of many spots worldwide participating. Events at the mall included a beauty lounge, "show us your style" contest and a display of style closets highlighting upcoming fall trends, according to a news release. Did you celebrate Fashion's Night Out? Add your photos to our gallery.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
A Baltimore County judge ordered the jurors to return Wednesday morning.
A Baltimore County jury has not yet reached a verdict in the trial of two men accused in a fatal shooting at Towson Town Center last December. Deliberations continued Tuesday in the trial of William Ward III and Frank Theodore Williams, who prosecutors say were part of a group that followed Baltimore teen Rodney Pridget through Towson Town Center before alleged gunman Tyrone Brown shot him outside Nordstrom. The jury will reconvene Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. Ward, 45, of the 600 block of Cator Avenue in Baltimore, and Williams, 32, of the 2900 block of Lakebrook Circle in Baltimore Highlands are charged with first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and use of a handgun in a violent crime in the death of Vest Pridget, who …
Friday, August 31, 2012
The jury entered deliberations in the trial for two men charged in a December killing in Towson.
Gang leadership or patsies? That's for a Baltimore County jury to decide as deliberations begin in the case against Frank Theodore Williams of Baltimore Highlands and William Ward III of Waverly. The two stand accused of first-degree murder for their roles in the shooting death of Baltimore teen Rodney Pridget on Dec. 19 outside Towson Town Center. The jury entered deliberations just after 4 p.m. Friday, following four days of witness and expert testimony. In closing statements to the jury, deputy state's attorney Robin Coffin told the jury the two men were "as guilty as if they pulled the trigger" on that December evening. Prosecutors say Williams drove Ward and alleged shooter Tyrone Brown to the mall after receiving a call from alleged …
A Baltimore County jury viewed an interview with one of the alleged conspirators and surveillance footage that purports to show the suspects coordinating via cell phone.
A Baltimore County jury will soon get to decide the fate of two men accused in a fatal shooting last December at Towson Town Center. William Ward III, 45, of the 600 block of Cator Avenue in Baltimore and Frank Theodore Williams, 32, of the 2900 block of Lakebrook Circle in Baltimore Highlands are standing trial this week on first-degree murder and conspiracy charges for their roles in the death of Baltimore teen Rodney Pridget, who was shot and killed outside Nordstrom on Dec. 19. Police say they followed Pridget through the mall and another Baltimore man, 19-year-old Tyrone Brown, pulled the trigger outside the store. In testimony Thursday, alleged co-conspirator Jermell Brandon said Williams ordered a hit on Pridget for shooting and …