Celebrating 13 years of Baltimore's Best Bagels! THB Bagelry and Deli is located at 16 Allegheny Ave, Towson, MD, 21204.
We are in the final stages of construction. You can see we used a double layer of sheet rock on the outside wall of each unit to keep the sound down, as well as concrete floors on each level. We will have one bedroom, studio and two bedroom units available.
The Towsontown Spring Festival started 53 years ago as the Towsontown Art Exhibit. It was held in the Baltimore County Courtyard and in 1968, it joined the Bicentennial Celebration.
Today with the help of hundreds of volunteers, sponsors and many Baltimore County Agencies, the Towsontown Spring Festival has turned into one of the largest outdoor festivals in Maryland. Over 200,000 visitors attend the two day event with more than 300 vendors to satisfy the appetites of our patrons.
The festival features three entertainment stages with over 30 acts and numerous national attractions. Opening ceremonies are held at the corner of Washington and Pennsylvania Avenues at 12:00 pm Saturday, May 1. Prior to opening ceremonies there will be Bag Pipers, Color Guard & the Chief Musician from the Department of the Navy to sing the National Anthem.
Bring your family and friends to enjoy all our wonderful summertime foods, unique vendors and the variety of entertainment!
A special thanks to, Nancy Hafford, Executive Director of the Towson Chamber of Commerce for getting the word out about public safety in Towson. Please read this press release from Towson University and the measures TU is taking increase community safety in downtown Towson.
TU continues its leadership role as an anchor institution to make a positive impact in the community.
Towson University has funded a grant to the Baltimore County Police Department to immediately provide additional resources for public safety in the downtown Towson area.
Effective Jan. 25, 2022, the grant enables two additional county police officers to patrol the downtown precinct in the overnight hours seven days a week.
"TU is engaged in the surrounding community, through programming and through our people, as an anchor institution for Greater Baltimore," President Kim Schatzel said. "Public safety is a priority for TU, our community and business partners, and our elected officials. This broad public-private cooperation is critical to the success and vibrancy of our Towson community."
A national leader in inclusive excellence, TU begins its spring term on Monday, January 31. TU is recognized as one of the top 100 public universities in the nation and a leader in academic excellence, research and discovery.
TU has worked closely with Baltimore County's public agencies, private businesses and community organizations, leveraging its leadership role as an anchor institution to make a positive impact in the community.
"We work very closely with our partners in the Baltimore County Police Department on a daily basis, with the shared goal of protecting and serving our community," said Joe Herring, TU's Director of Public Safety and Chief of Towson University Police Department.
TU has relocated three key offices to 401 Washington Avenue — a 12-story office building it purchased in 2019 — and across the street operates the StarTUp at the Armory, a business engagement and workforce development center with free co-working space in the historic armory building. Nearby, significant retail, storefront and other commercial private development properties have opened in recent months. More than $1.7 billion in public-private investment is occurring within a quarter-mile of TU's campus.
"The security of downtown Towson is critical as we attract new businesses, residents, and our institutions of higher learning to our county seat," County Councilman David Marks said. "I thank Towson University for its constant engagement and for stepping up to support additional public safety efforts in downtown Towson."
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