The Bolton Hill Bulletin
Vol. XLVII No. 4 • May 2018

June 1, 2018

Meet the Democratic primary candidates

By Bill Hamilton With early voting just a couple of weeks away, Bolton Hill residents voting in the June 26 closed Democratic primary have a wide range of choices for representation in Annapolis for the coming […]
June 1, 2018
Belfry theater

Strawbridge renovation discussions continue

On May 3, BHCA President Linda Rittelmann called a special Board Meeting at Strawbridge Methodist Church at the corner of Mosher St. and Park Ave. to hear a presentation by developer Ben Frederick concerning the restoration […]
June 1, 2018
b-cookhouse

News briefs

CookHouse to take over b bistro space George and Jessica Dailey have closed on the building containing the former b bistro space and are in discussions with architects regarding renovations. They hope to open a new restaurant, CookHouse, “by […]
June 1, 2018

State Center now requires neighborhood input

Two State Center–related bills submitted to the state House and Senate during this year’s legislative center will become law without the Governor’s signature. HB1286 and SB614 require neighborhood notification and involvement in any revised or future redevelopment […]
June 1, 2018
Mt Royal sinkhole

Repair of sinkhole to take months

If you frequent the north end of Bolton Hill, you may have notice that a large sinkhole has appeared in the Mt. Royal Elementary / Middle School playground. Due to the heavy rain over the past […]
June 1, 2018
Commuter Chronicles

Commuter chronicles: public grooming (eww)

By Claudia DeCarlo Which one of these does not belong on a MARC train? Responding to an email Listening to music Reading a magazine or book Looking up an old flame on social media Sleeping Drinking […]
June 1, 2018
testing for sway

Progress at Mt. Royal pollinator garden

The fence and arbor were installed at the Mt. Royal Elementary/Middle School pollinator garden by a crew of volunteers in May. Nice work!
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