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June 7, 2010
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NEWS
June 6, 2010
HAGERSTOWN -- Four new stores will open or have opened at Prime Outlets - Hagerstown. The company said the four stores are: New York & Co. Outlet, known for its contemporary line of women's clothing and accessories, opened a 3,400-square-foot store next to Timberland on May 14. New Balance, known for its footwear and athletic apparel, is slated to open a 5,600-square-foot store on June 24. Under Armour will open...
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By JULIE E. GREENE | December 15, 2009
FUNKSTOWN - The winners of the Olde Tyme Christmas house decoration and ornament contests in Funkstown have been named, said event organizer Rich Gaver. Porch: William McCoy, 1 W. Maple St. Yard: Gaver, 220 E. Chestnut St. House: Richard Barnes, 101 N. Antietam St. Each winner in the decorating contest will receive $50. Winners of the children's ornament contest were Ashya Dalton, Michael McKinley and Labron Baker. The children will receive gifts from Prime Outlets at Hagerstown.
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By STACI CLIPP / 301-582-8057 | December 14, 2009
Pet Angel Tree Prime Outlets at Hagerstown is offering a Pet Angel Tree to benefit the Humane Society of Washington County. It is set up in the food court. The tree features ornaments listing items the shelter needs and a copy of the shelter's wish list. To make a donation to the Pet Angel Tree, choose an item to purchase and return it to the donation box. Participants are welcome to write their name on the back of the ornament they choose or they may write their name on one of the labels provided at the tree.
NEWS
December 11, 2009
Name of business: All Sports 4 U Owners: Jimmy and Danielle Hinkle Address: Prime Outlets at Hagerstown, Suite 440 Opening date: Nov. 21 Products and services: "Our main business is aerial photographs of sports stadiums and sporting events. We also sell jerseys, clocks, autographed memorabilia, hats and other professional team keepsakes and memorabilia. " Market area: Maryland area How did you get into your business, or what motivated you to start it?
NEWS
December 11, 2009
Prime Outlets of Hagerstown is the site of a Pet Angel Tree to benefit the Humane Society of Washington County. Set up in the food court, the Pet Angel Tree was established to supplement the HSWC's Home 4 the Holidays Adoption Campaign. The tree features ornaments listing items the HSWC needs and a copy of the shelter's Wish List with additional needed items. To make a donation to the Pet Angel Tree, choose an item to purchase and return it to the donation box. Participants can write their name on the back of the ornament they choose or on one of the labels provided at the tree.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | December 8, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- Simon Property Group said Tuesday it is buying the Prime Outlets shopping centers as part of a transaction valued at about $2.33 billion. Prime Outlets Acquisition Co., a subsidiary of The Lightstone Group of Lakewood, N.J., a real estate company, currently owns Prime Retail. Simon said in a news release it will pay Prime Outlets Acquisition Co. about $700 million for Prime Outlets -- 80 percent in cash and 20 percent in Simon common operating partnership units.
NEWS
December 3, 2009
You can have your pet's photo taken with Santa Claus and half the proceeds will benefit the Humane Society of Washington County. The event will take place today from 6 to 9 p.m. at Prime Outlets in space 750 next to The Children's Place Photos will be taken by Kim McMillion Photography and music will be provided by Dogfoot. For more information, call Angie Riford, marketing manager, at 301-790-2031 or e-mail ariford@primeretail.com.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | November 27, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- Many of those shopping Friday in downtown Hagerstown did so, they said, to avoid crowds at local malls and retail centers. Too many people head to the mall, said Ruth Rinehart, of Greencastle, Pa., after a shopping trip to Carol & Company on West Washington Street. "It's not overly crowded and there's more unique stuff," Rinehart said. She and her daughter, Maggie Ayres, have a holiday tradition of lunch and shopping on Black Friday. This year, as usual, they ate at The Plum before going to Carol & Company.
NEWS
November 12, 2009
"I recently came back from the Valley Mall via 81 and 70. I had thought they had closed that for many months and spent a lot of money on improving that intersection, and it doesn't look any different to me than it did a year ago when I last made that unsafe transition from 81 to 70. So what gives? What was that money spent for? How much time was it closed that it ended up turning out the same?" -- Hagerstown "I hope there's a contest to pick the cutest guy in Sharpsburg, and I know who it would be. He drives a little maroon Geo, and he's all over the place all the time, and the reason I know that it would be him is because it's me. " -- Sharpsburg "I'd like to compliment Tim on his column about baseball that was published in your Sunday paper.
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