December 2, 2016

The Davis Children’s Home Weekly: Our First Neighborhood Newsletter

by Jean Lee Cole The Bolton Hill Bulletin began publication 45 years ago and is one of Baltimore’s longest-running neighborhood newsletters. But it was not Bolton Hill’s first neighborhood newsletter. That honor may go to the […]
December 2, 2016

Seeking A Few Great Sponsors

As we roll into 2017, the Bolton Hill Bulletin has a few openings for new sponsors. If your business or organization is interested in reaching, as well as supporting, our neighborhood, please consider becoming one of […]
December 2, 2016

Madison Park North Demolition Begins

Developers Dave Bramble of MCB Real Estate and Mark Renbaum of MLR Partners were on hand at the November meeting of the Madison Park North (MPN) Neighborhood Coalition. The MPN site sits just across North Avenue […]
December 2, 2016

Potluck with a Purpose on Dec. 11

The monthly meetings of MRIA’s Social Action Task Force are always open to everyone, but in the aftermath of this year’s divisive elections, the SATF is encouraging all interested neighbors to attend their December meeting on […]
December 2, 2016

New Life for Historic Marble Hill Community

by Marti Pitrelli Under the direction of new president Atiba Nkurmah, the Marble Hill Community Association’s goals are to increase homeownership, attract investment, stabilize historic structures, decrease criminal activity and student truancy, and generally support neighborhood […]
December 2, 2016

Ugly Pumpkin Party a Smashing Success

It’s true. Bolton Hill does know how to throw a party. MRIA’s Social Action Task Force (SATF) proved this again with a laughter-filled afternoon of Halloween fun on the warm, sunny Saturday of October 29. Check […]
December 2, 2016

The Commuter Chronicles #2: The Superhero of Commuters

Day in and day out, more than 30,000 people make the daily trek from Maryland to Washington DC, traveling 4-6 hours per day just to be able to call Charm City home. These are their stories. by Claudia […]
December 2, 2016

Sheng Zhen Class Moves to Memorial Episcopal

Starting in January 2017, the weekly neighborhood Sheng Zhen Gong class taught by Peter Van Buren will move to the Upper Parish Hall at Memorial Episcopal Church. Beginning on January 4, one-hour classes will be held […]
December 2, 2016

Help the Samaritans Support People Like Erika

Erika is a hard worker who needed help to get herself and her three young sons into an apartment, and on the right track. Just a few months ago, she had a low-paying job and, along […]
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