Now’s your opportunity to nominate yourself or a neighbor to make BHCA even better. BHCA’s nominating process is underway for board members and officers to serve two-year and longer terms leading the neighborhood organization. To qualify as a nominee, or to nominate someone, you only must be a member.
An unnamed Baltimore donor has offered up to a $30,000 reward for information leading to charges against the young men who assaulted Ward Bucher and his son outside their home on Laurens Street on Sunday, Jan. 7.
Look up and down the stretch of Eutaw Place that forms Bolton Hill’s southeastern boundary today and you’ll still see gorgeous old brick and brownstone mansions – mostly well-kept and owner-occupied. Many of the city’s most prominent and wealthy professional and mercantile families once resided in the houses along the 1300 to 1800 blocks, from not long after the Civil War until the early 20th Century, when they moved out to Roland Park and beyond
There are only a handful of gazebos scattered about Greater Baltimore. One of the older ones is on Linden Avenue, just south of Sumpter Park. But how did it come to be located smack dab in the middle of the brick roadway, blocked off to through traffic? Your intrepid reporter found the answer in Fells Point.
It must be an election year. After more than three years of off-and-on recycling services and interruptions, the city announced this month that weekly recycling pickups will resume the week of March 4.
“There was no one in the world like Nancy Dorman. She believed in this city and the power of art and education. Humanity, a willingness to roll up her sleeves, and an unshakeable commitment to civic betterment — Nancy embodied it all.” (from a statement issued by the BMA).