A Bethesda store is back open for the first time since one of its employees was murdered.
Inside the old brick building on Boonsboro’s Main Street where generations of local families have gone for furniture, for friendly conversation, and, in the old days, even for funerals, employees have been quietly informing customers of a difficult decision. This summer, after celebrating its 174th anniversary, Bast of Boonsboro, believed by the proprietor to be the oldest continually operating furniture store in Maryland, will close.
Don and Marty talked to Kimora Lee Simmons. Ron Matz was in Catonsville at Trax On Wax Record Store talking about Record Store Day.
The Lululemon Athletica retail company says it is planning to reopen the Bethesda store where one of its employees was killed in March.
When Harry and Marie Shryock opened their store along state Route 51 more than six decades ago, it might have seemed to be just one more business situated along the long winding road between Cumberland and Paw Paw, W.Va. But for this community, that life-long venture has proven to be much more than a business.
As health care reform fast approaches, a new business hopes to guide people to the insurance plan that is best for them.