December 31, 2015

The Bulletin turns 45!

The Bolton Hill Bulletin is entering its 45th year of publication, and in this milestone year, we have decided to move online. Doing so will allow us to include more images, longer articles, and different kinds of […]
December 31, 2015

MRIA’s New Social Justice League: Bring a Book, Party with a Purpose

After the unrest in Baltimore in April, many of us wondered, “What can I do to make a difference in our community?” With this question in mind, MRIA Board members established the Social Justice League to […]
December 31, 2015

Street Light Survey Gets Results

by Sally Maulsby Thanks to the many Bolton Hill residents who helped MRIA with their recent Lighting Survey to inventory our neighborhood street lights. The survey identified 18 street lights that were out or needed attention. […]
November 1, 2015

B&P Tunnel Project Update

At October’s MRIA meeting, Councilman Costello shared the recent decision that the option for the B&P Tunnel Project to tunnel under Bolton Hill has been eliminated. The current tunnel under Bolton Hill is antiquated and can’t handle […]
October 1, 2015

Crime Concerns

Many concerns were expressed at September’s MRIA meeting about recent criminal activity in the neighborhood. Councilman Eric Costello addressed concerns about communication between police and residents. In particular, many in the community wanted more information sooner […]
September 6, 2015

BHEN: What Is It and What’s It For?

Vacation’s over! The Board will meet on Tuesday, September 1 at 8 p.m. in the Upper Parish Hall of Memorial Episcopal Church at the corner of Bolton & Lafayette. Enter at the Lafayette St. doors. MRIA […]
July 1, 2015

Positive Change Task Force

In response to our neighborhood’s desire to make a positive difference in our city after the riots, MRIA has charged a small task force with finding one goal that’s doable within one year and achieving it. […]
July 1, 2015

State Center Update

Caroline Moore from Ekistics, a development company involved with State Center, provided a history of this public-private venture. Projected to generate an additional $6 million in tax revenue, this privately financed project has the full support […]
July 1, 2015

Mt. Royal Avenue Streetscape Project

At June’s Board Meeting, Caitlin Doolin, bicycle pedestrian coordinator at the City Department of Transportation (DOT) provided an update on the Mt. Royal Avenue streetscape project, that will resurface, recurb, and install a bicycle lane, plus […]
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