Monday, January 7, 2013
In an informal poll, area residents voted heavily in support of the local and specialty foods store.
A number of a new businesses opened in Odenton and Severn in 2012, but area residents have named one local shop as their overwhelming favorite. Bear's Honeypot, which sells a wide range of produce, cheese and other items from local producers, received the largest number of votes in an unscientific poll of Odenton-Severn Patch users. The store located on Odenton Road has been open for about six months and has been a favorite among area residents looking to shop local and find items that often aren't available anywhere else. Store owner Barret Lang said the store now has more than 400 Facebook likes, and has generated a positive reputation among those looking for local goods. Bear's Honeypot was recently accepted to have a stand at Union …
Friday, December 7, 2012
The shop on Odenton Road will have a special event with local cheese vendors Friday evening.
Friday, August 17, 2012
Barret Lang became the newest member of the Rotary Club of West Anne Arundel County on Friday morning.
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Friday, August 17, 2012
The Rotary Club of West Anne Arundel County has named the owner of Bear's Honeypot as its newest member. The club inducted Barret Lang during a small ceremony at its weekly meeting Friday morning. Lang recently opened the Bear's Honeypot store near the traffic circle on Odenton Road. The shop specializes in food and other items from small and local producers. Lang has also organized farmers markets in the area. Friday's ceremony was attended by about a dozen Rotary members, including club president Kristi Hill and District President Bob Parkinson.
Monday, July 30, 2012
Here's a look at the top stories for the month of the July in Odenton, Severn and the surrounding area.
Wow, what a busy month. We entered July recovering from a major storm, and there were plenty of news stories to follow. Here's a look at the biggest stories of the month in Odenton and Severn. The Two Rivers Story We'll be writing about this for a while. Developers want to build 2,060 homes down near the south edge of Odenton. They also say they'll build a new elementary school. And Evergreen Road may also get extended. It's a complex story with a lot of moving pieces. Pay attention to upcoming meetings with the Piney Orchard Community Association and the school board, among other groups. Woman Dies in Fire in Chapelgate The second floor of a duplex caught fire and one woman did not escape. Firefighters said there were no working smoke …
Saturday, July 21, 2012
The festivities will begin at noon at the Stone Circle complex near the roundabout in east Odenton.
Odenton shoppers will have a new place to go for locally made cheese and speciality products when Bear's Honeypot opens its doors on Saturday. Owner Barret Lang will host a grand opening celebration beginning at noon. Classic rock band The Blind Owl will perform. There will be barbecue food, door prizes and a raffle. Bear's Honeypot will specialize in products from independent and local producers, with foods ranging from cheese, eggs, milk and pasta, to jams, jellies and honey. Local producers will be on hand at the grand opening with samples of their products. See also: