If you love clothes and great bargains, the Evergreen Museum on North Charles Street is the place to be this weekend. It’s time to shop at the annual Best Dressed Sale for the benefit of Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Designer shoes, handbags and jewelry are all part of a huge sale in Owings Mills this weekend. The annual benefit for the House of Ruth is already drawing big crowds.
Authorities say a 51-year-old man who was extradited from Maryland to Nevada has been indicted on multiple charges in the theft of $147,000 worth of diamonds and other items from a Las Vegas jewelry store.
Look to these fine Baltimore jewelers when you’re ready to purchase that next big statement piece.
Baltimore City Health Department has issued a violation notice to two businesses prohibiting the sale of children’s jewelry that were identified with high levels of lead.
A brazen jewel thief has Maryland State Police on the lookout for a robber in disguise. It happened at the Queenstown Premium Mall Outlet.
Thousands of dollars worth of high-priced jewelry is now in the hands of robbers after a smash-and-grab job at a Cartier jewelry store. Montgomery County police are now looking for the suspects.
Spring has finally arrived and it is time to debut some beautiful colors. Are you looking for a new wardrobe or just a few pieces to make your spring fashionable? Do you need to know where to go for the best and latest trends? Here is a list of five Baltimore area boutiques. Make sure you stop by these stores to not only update yourself but add timeless pieces to your growing wardrobe.
There are new developments in smash and grab robbery in Frederick. Police say they have at least one suspect in custody.
Things are looking golden for D.A. Kozma Jewelers. Earlier this month, after 11 years of being a fixture in West Ocean outlets, Dan Kozma opened a new door by moving his jewelry business to the Food Lion Shopping Center on Route 611.
When Connie Mayers decided to open a candy shop, she knew women would be her primary customers. So, to be successful, she designed her shop around what women would like: chocolate and jewelry.
Westminster police have arrested a homeless couple they say stole $1,400 worth of jewelry from two businesses.