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    Will gates keep cars out of Patterson Park?
    October 16, 2013, No comments

    Great news for Patterson Park-area residents: it will soon be a lot harder to drive illegally in East Baltimore’s favorite backyard. The Friends of Patterson Park and the city are […]

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  • “The Recycling Stream” was a pop-up art project created during Baltimore Trash Talk’s 5-cent bottle exchange earlier this month. It illustrates the connection between trash and Chesapeake Bay. - Photo courtesy of Bridget Parlato
    First ‘Trash for Cash’ event a success
    October 16, 2013, No comments

    On Saturday, Oct. 5, residents turned in their trash and got cash. Baltimore Trash Talk, an initiative launched by Fell’s Prospect resident Bridget Parlato in response to the Southeast’s trash […]

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    Highlandtown Elementary
    October 2, 2013, No comments

    Students and staff of Highlandtown Elementary Middle School # 215, as well as organizations and community members, held a community health event—Highlandtown Healthy Hearts-Celebrating Healthy Living—on Saturday. The event included [&he ...

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    Park(ing) Day
    September 25, 2013, No comments

    Baltimore Threadquarters, in conjunction with the Southeast Community Development Corporation, put together a park in front of their shop on the 500 block of S. Conkling St. It was part […]

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    New community association established
    September 25, 2013, No comments

    The Greater Medford Family Coalition will meet for the first time tonight at 7 p.m. at Holabird Academy, 1500 Imla St. The group will serve the area within the rough […]

  • Tim Ertel, left, and Tyler Mink, both rangers at Fort McHenry, will participate in a fife and drum concert at the fort this weekend. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
    Defenders Day continues at Fort McHenry
    September 11, 2013, No comments

    If you missed Defenders Day at Fort Howard Park last weekend, it’s also being celebrated at Fort McHenry this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The fort, located at 2400 E. Fort […]

  • Seven-year-old Chase Shifflett has the hat and musket of a militia man at Defenders Day. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
    Youth program explores War of 1812
    September 11, 2013, No comments

    Did your kids enjoy Defenders Day? The Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society is conducting a hands-on youth activities program, “The Community and the War of 1812,” to teach about the War […]

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    Community Calendar
    September 4, 2013, No comments

      Wednesday, September 4 Butchers Hill Meeting: The Butchers Hill Association meets on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 7-8:30 p.m., at St. Andrew’s Church, Chester and Lombard streets. Fell’s Point Meeting: The […]

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    Grand Prix closures
    August 28, 2013, No comments

    For those traveling into or through downtown Baltimore this week, the following is a list of road closures due to the Grand Prix. For more information on the race and […]