It was clear for several weeks that something new was happening at the corner of Bolton and Mosher streets. Big boxes moved into the garages that face Mosher. Workmen on the outside were building shelving and opening crates. New paint, awnings and planters were installed on the Bolton-facing retail space that most recently housed an accountant’s offices.
Samaritan Community is a proud member of the Bolton Hill community. Located in the basement of Memorial Episcopal Church, we are an independent 501c(3) human services non-profit. Our mission is to aid individuals and families who are in crisis and want to improve their lives.
She plays French horn with two orchestras and sings in a choir. Goes to many Orioles home games as a season ticket holder (and rooted wildly for the losing Phillies at the World Series). Volunteers with Baltimore Community Foods. Works with a French bulldog rescue group and has several dogs and cats at home. Active in Bolton Hill stuff.
In its first full year of on-campus activity since the COVID pandemic shut it – and every other university — down in March 2020, Maryland Institute College of Art is fully open, with students and faculty back in the classrooms and visitors welcome.
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.
The family-run hardware store on McMechen Street survived the economic collapse of 2008, the Freddy Gray uprising and two years of COVID shutdowns and supply shortages, but Micky Fried, who runs the place, has posted going-out-of-business signs and said the store would close sometime in June.
Yavuz Goncu grew up in a prosperous and educated family, attended an American school in his native Turkey where classes were taught in English, and was among a relatively elite group of Turkish students able to study abroad.