Bolton Hill Community Association will hold a first-time Open House – inviting all residents of the neighborhood to learn what BHCA does and give input– on Tuesday, Feb. 6, at 7 p.m. at Baltimore Unity Hall on Eutaw Place.
More than a year after former Gov. Larry Hogan agreed to transfer Maryland’s 28-acre State Center tract over to Baltimore City, city planners have selected an urban designer to start preparing a master plan to guide redevelopment of the property.
A young man who grew up on Bolton Street and graduated from Baltimore School for the Arts, Silvio Guitian, 27, is about to become a member of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, based at Lincoln Center in Manhattan and one of the world’s great performing ensembles.
Bolton Hill welcomed a new resident, Oge Okoli, in December 2022. Originally from southeastern Virginia and a Nigerian-American family, Oge was drawn to our neighborhood’s rich history and the unique character of the homes
After six years of work and about $140 million in mostly federal and state funds, Druid Hill Lake Reservoir is back in full operation — providing covered and treated fresh water for Bolton Hill and hundreds of thousands of other residents and businesses in the city, Baltimore County and beyond.
Bob Metz, who came to Bolton Hill only in 2019 after a rich and full life in Pittsburgh, died on Oct. 23, at the age of 71. He was living with his sister, Patricia A. (Trish) Metz, in what she called “the great sibling experiment.” Overall, she said, it was a success, if too short.