January 29, 2016

From Year One: News and Views from Baltimore’s “tight little island,” 1972-1973

By Jean Lee Cole The first issue of the Bolton Hill Bulletin appeared in April 1972, a large tri-fold newsletter that would undergo surprisingly few changes over the next 45 years. From the start, editor Nancie Verkerke established […]
January 29, 2016

New Rector at Memorial Episcopal

The Rev. Grey Maggiano has accepted the call to become Memorial Episcopal’s next rector. He will be leaving Trinity Cathedral in Miami for the midwinter delights of Baltimore. He is a graduate of Williams College and has master’s […]
January 29, 2016

Time to Renew Parking Permits

All Current Residential Parking Permits will expire March 31. If renewing, you may do so and pay for your permits online at the Parking Authority website beginning February 19th. Residents who are new to an RPP area […]
January 29, 2016

Innovation Village Includes Bolton Hill

On a sunny but frigid Martin Luther King Day, city officials, university presidents and community activists came together on the corner of Pennsylvania and North Avenues to launch a community partnership, Innovation Village. This new urban […]
January 29, 2016

Bolton Hill Nursery Seeks Applications for Festival Grants

Last fall’s Festival on the Hill was once again a great success, producing significant funds to support the sponsor, Bolton Hill Nursery, as well as special projects that benefit the Bolton Hill neighborhood. In preparation for […]
January 29, 2016

Linden Park Apartments Update

The team renovating the Linden Park Apartments reports good news for 2016: the transformation of the building will soon be complete. As construction winds down, the process of putting things back together and sprucing up the […]
January 29, 2016

Oh yeah. It snowed.

On January 23, Baltimore experienced its biggest snowstorm in recorded history: 29.5″ recorded at BWI Airport. Bolton Hill resident Barbara Cates recorded a video on the morning of January 24, showing a Maryland National Guard Humvee getting stuck […]
January 29, 2016

Bolton Hill Garden Club Winter Champagne Brunch: All that Glitters is Gold

This year’s winter champagne brunch at the Rawlings Conservatory in Druid Hill Park, hosted by the Bolton Hill Garden Club, brought club members to the airy reception room at the Conservatory on Saturday, January 16. This […]
January 29, 2016

A Duty to Serve: Samaritan Community's Jim Larsen

As an active member of the U.S. Coast Guard for more than 20 years, Samaritan Community volunteer Jim Larson has built a career on helping others. Whether it’s teaching law enforcement, directing port operations, or serving […]
January 29, 2016

Yoyo

By Nell O’Hara Rub together my hands, Take a deep breath, Watching me are all my friends, Flash a smile. Up goes my wrist, Gently toss it down, It plows through the mist, It is almost […]
January 28, 2016

February Events

Here’s a brief overview of some of the local happenings in February. Go to the Bulletin Calendar for details and additional events–just click on an event to see more information. Thursday, Feb. 4 and every Thursday – FREE […]
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