February 1, 2018

Love to Garden? Try City Farms

By Bill Hamilton; photos by Don Palmer, Ron Gray, and Maria Wawer Want to raise your own herbs and vegetables, but find the wee plot behind your house too small and the sunshine blocked by your […]
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, […]
February 1, 2018

MICA Welcomes Puerto Rican Students After Hurricanes

The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) is sponsoring five students from Puerto Rico for the spring 2018 semester, covering the students’ tuition and housing costs, as well as providing support to cover meals.  The education […]
February 1, 2018

Chili Fundraiser February 7

Why not enjoy a great bowl of beans while supporting a very special educational program? Wednesday February 7, from 5–8 p.m., the PTO of Mt. Royal Elementary/Middle School hosts their third annual Northbay Chili Fundraiser in […]
February 1, 2018

Bolton Hill Nursery Seeks Festival Grant Applications

Combine a gorgeous fall afternoon, great organizing by the Bolton Hill Nursery staff, and Louie Wilder’s last year at the helm, and what do you get? A super-successful Festival on the Hill 2017. After paying all […]
February 1, 2018

A Valentine’s Day Menu from Linda

By Linda Rittlemann Looking to warm things up on those cold February nights? Dinner for two with a nice bottle of pinot noir, perhaps? Here’s an elegant, easy menu you can do on a weeknight for […]
February 1, 2018

Tree Bark Talk

By Sarah Lord When the leaves are gone, identifying trees can be difficult. While damaged bark hurts most trees, or is a symptom that pests have the upper hand, exfoliant bark peels and sheds naturally. It […]
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