What a festive summer in the ‘hood, thanks to Arts in the Parks! Now get ready for an almost-post-pandemic, full-blast version of Festival on the Hill, the long-standing fall celebration of life in Bolton Hill, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8.
The mayor has approved a proposed city police redistricting map that will transfer Bolton Hill from the BPD Central District, which stretches south from the neighborhood and includes most of the Midtown benefits district and Downtown/Inner Harbor, to the BPD Western District.
BHCA’s board this month authorized its president to enter into an agreement supporting limited liquor sales on premises at Baltimore Unity Hall events. The restaurant license being sought will support BUH’s catering kitchen and will enable it to provide food and beverage services to individuals and organizations using the hall.
With his term-limited administration winding down, Gov Larry Hogan (R) has made the city an offer it probably should refuse: take possession of the aging State Center 28-acre campus once it is emptied out of all state workers.
After months of fundraising and a summer of construction, teachers, students, parents and neighbors will celebrate the bright new version of Mt. Royal Elementary/Middle School school’s sculpture, Nut and Bolt, on Friday, Oct. 7, at 9 a.m. The school is located at 121 McMechen St.
Since long before the COVID pandemic began, developer David Bramble has been promising to get started on the first phase of a three-stage development on Bolton Hill’s north border that someday may include new market rate townhouse residences, 200 apartments, retail space and even a supermarket.