February 1, 2018

New Bulletin Production Team Takes the Reins

The Bolton Hill Bulletin’s new production team gained its sea legs in January, working well together to produce this issue. One difference you’ll see right away: a new, easier-to-navigate list format for the Bulletin Calendar, now under […]
February 1, 2018

Time to Renew Parking Permits

It’s time to renew your Area 3 parking permits, as all current permits will expire on March 31. Starting February 20, you may renew your permits online at the Parking Authority website. Permits and visitors’ passes are $20 each.  […]
February 1, 2018

News Briefs

North Avenue Rising The City of Baltimore, MDOT and MTA have begun the planning phase for a $26 million enhancement project to improve the North Avenue corridor. Funded by several federal, state, and local transportation grants, […]
December 2, 2017

We Need You! Join the Bulletin Team

With the help of a few more neighbors, one of Baltimore's longest continually-running neighborhood newsletters can continue to serve the community by broadcasting news and telling our stories.
October 31, 2017

MRIA Supports Neighborhood Charging Station for Electric Vehicles

By Bill Hamilton The Mt. Royal Improvement Association board has tentatively endorsed plans to install two charging stations for electric vehicles at the edge of Sumpter Park, on Robert Street near Jordan Alley. Kevin Morris, a Bolton […]
October 1, 2017

Preliminary Findings from Lighting Survey

By Barbie Klik and Jim Prost Everyone knows that there are dark areas in Bolton Hill after the sun goes down. And the MRIA Safety Committee has heard about lots of reasons. Trees are obstructing the […]
August 31, 2017

Bulletin Seeks New Team Members

The Bolton Hill Bulletin is seeking new volunteers to be part of its production team, including a new production team leader to take over for Peter Van Buren. After three years leading the Bulletin, Peter will […]
July 17, 2017

Be a Citizen in the Know: the Criminal Justice System and Community Impact

Both violent and property crime have been on the decrease over the past six months. Nevertheless, because we often see an uptick in crime as the temperature rises, the MRIA Safety Committee wants to remind readers […]
May 30, 2017

MRIA Briefs for May

At MRIA’s Annual Meeting in May, President Michael Marcus announced that he was stepping down from his position, as he and his wife Victoria are moving to Sacramento, CA. Michael ceremoniously passed the key to the Parish […]
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