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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2014
A man was shot multiple times Monday around noon on the border of Madison Park and Bolton Hill. Police said that the victim was shot in the back, shoulder and hip in the 1600 block of Eutaw Pl. just before noon and was determined to be in "good" condition. A motive was unknown. At the scene, police taped surrounded a vehicle had come to rest on a wide grassy median, and two vehicles appeared to have also collided near Wilson Street and Eutaw Place. But police later said the car accident was unrelated to the shooting.
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by Samantha Iacia and For the Baltimore Sun | October 7, 2014
Location: Central Baltimore City, less than two miles northwest of the Inner Harbor. The neighborhood is partially bounded by North Howard Street and Mount Royal Avenue to the east and Eutaw Place to the west. Average property listing price: For sales between January and July 2014, prices ranged from $80,000 to $416,000, with the average price being $233,000 for a 1,400-square-foot unit, according to Wayne Curtis, a real estate agent with RE/MAX Advantage Realty. Size and population: The nine-by-five-block area is home to approximately 2,000 residents, according to boltonhill.org.
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BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman | May 16, 2014
The Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church plans to sell an 1881 church in Bolton Hill at auction next month. The Strawbridge United Methodist Church property, which stopped being used in 2009 and likely requires “multiple millions” in renovation, will go to the highest bidder at the auction June 19, regardless of price, said Stephen Ferrandi, a principal with the NAI KLNB commercial brokerage, who is marketing the...
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman | August 12, 2014
Philadelphia-based Delancey Street Capital said Tuesday it bought the Sail Cloth Factory apartments near the University of Maryland, Baltimore for $12.9 million last month, the firm's fourth acquisition in the city. Delancey Street President Daniel Kline said he was drawn by the 107-unit building's prime location, as well as lower rents that he said make the property stand out. One bedroom apartments at the Sail Cloth Factory start around $1,110, but rates in nearby buildings that have been more recently renovated often start several hundred dollars higher.
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By Justin Fenton | justin.fenton@baltsun.com | February 12, 2010
It had been about three days since the first round of snow stopped falling on Saturday, and Greg Baranoski had fallen twice while walking along the unshoveled sidewalks in his Bolton Hill neighborhood. This called for a good old-fashioned public shaming. Baranoski, a 49-year-old designer, trudged through the streets with pad in hand, jotting down the street numbers of all residences with sidewalks that had gone "unshoveled, unsalted, untouched." He posted the information on the community association's online bulletin board, creating a "Sidewalk Hall of Shame" that included 39 homes on Park Avenue and Lanvale, Bolton and Laurens streets.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2011
"Every community needs a cafe," John Houser III says in his review of On the Hill Cafe, a chalkboard-menu mainstay in Bolton Hill. John decides that Bolton Hill has got just the cafe it deserves, but you'll have to read his review to see if he means that sarcastically. If you could airlift any cafe in Baltimore into your neighborhood, which one would it be? Here's the review of On the Hill Cafe .
NEWS
December 14, 2009
Police are investigating the death of a cancer patient who was found dead early Saturday in a Bolton Hill dwelling, said Baltimore City Fire Department spokesman Kevin Cartwright. The man's name was being withheld pending notification of relatives, and the cause of death had not yet been determined. Firefighters responding to a private fire alarm system at a house in the 1700 block of Eutaw Place about 5:40 a.m. found a hot interior and a sprinkler system that had been activated after all four burners of a stove and the oven were turned on. Cartwright said the combination of the heat and water created steam that burned the face of the man, who used a wheelchair.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2012
Baltimore homicide detectives have charged 25-year-old James Berry in a 2011 triple shooting in Bolton Hill that killed a 21-year-old man.  Berry, described by one police commander as a "high roller" because of his suspected connection to violence, was taken into custody in the 1100 block of E. 33rd St. on Wednesday and booked on charges of murder and attempted murder.  The shooting killed 21-year-old Angelo Fitzgerald and injured two others....
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by Samantha Iacia and For the Baltimore Sun | October 7, 2014
Location: Central Baltimore City, less than two miles northwest of the Inner Harbor. The neighborhood is partially bounded by North Howard Street and Mount Royal Avenue to the east and Eutaw Place to the west. Average property listing price: For sales between January and July 2014, prices ranged from $80,000 to $416,000, with the average price being $233,000 for a 1,400-square-foot unit, according to Wayne Curtis, a real estate agent with RE/MAX Advantage Realty. Size and population: The nine-by-five-block area is home to approximately 2,000 residents, according to boltonhill.org.
NEWS
March 27, 2011
One person was seriously injured Sunday when a moped or dirt bike the person was riding was struck by a vehicle near the intersection of Fulton and North avenues, city police said. Police spokesman Kevin Brown said preliminary reports indicated two people were riding the moped or dirt bike when it was hit around 11:30 a.m., and that one was in "very serious condition. " Further details were not immediately available. —Timothy B. Wheeler
NEWS
By John E. McIntyre and The Baltimore Sun | August 9, 2014
Though seldom emerging from the steel-and-reinforced-concrete bunker under the Baltimore Sun building on North Calvert Street from which I direct news desk operations, I do occasionally appear in public. Two such occasions are near, with one on the horizon.  Tomorrow morning and a week from tomorrow I will be at the console of the once-mighty Casavant at Memorial Episcopal Church in Bolton Hill, accompanying the congregation during the 9:30 service.  More remotely, I have been invited to present a workshop at the Editors' Association of Canada's first international conference in Toronto, June 12-14, 2015.
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By Luke Broadwater and Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
With City Councilman William H. Cole IV leaving to run Baltimore's economic development corporation, candidates began lining up Friday to take over his seat representing the Inner Harbor, Federal Hill and Bolton Hill. Bill Romani, president of the nonprofit One House at a Time, and Betty Bland-Thomas, former president of the Sharp-Leadenhall Planning Committee, said they planned to apply for the job. Two other potential candidates — state Del. Keiffer Mitchell and Locust Point community leader Greg Sileo — were undecided.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2014
A man was shot multiple times Monday around noon on the border of Madison Park and Bolton Hill. Police said that the victim was shot in the back, shoulder and hip in the 1600 block of Eutaw Pl. just before noon and was determined to be in "good" condition. A motive was unknown. At the scene, police taped surrounded a vehicle had come to rest on a wide grassy median, and two vehicles appeared to have also collided near Wilson Street and Eutaw Place. But police later said the car accident was unrelated to the shooting.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman | May 16, 2014
The Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church plans to sell an 1881 church in Bolton Hill at auction next month. The Strawbridge United Methodist Church property, which stopped being used in 2009 and likely requires “multiple millions” in renovation, will go to the highest bidder at the auction June 19, regardless of price, said Stephen Ferrandi, a principal with the NAI KLNB commercial brokerage, who is marketing the...
FEATURES
By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2014
Date: Jan. 4 Her story: Bridget Norberg, 31, grew up in Millersville. She is a health care consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton in McLean, Va. Her parents, Eric and Catherine Norberg, live in Millersville. His story: Keith Jankowski, 31, grew up in Clawson, Mich., a suburb of Detroit. He is a research analyst for Schafer Corp. in Washington. His parents, Ron and Ruth Jankowski, live in Royal Oak, Mich. Their story: Bridget and Keith met through eHarmony.com in September 2010 while they were both living in Arlington, Va. The two talked online for about a month before meeting in person for the first time that October.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2014
Jane V.P. Benesch, a homemaker who was active with several museums, died Feb. 12 of heart failure at Roland Park Place. She was 95. The daughter of Henry Van Praag, a lingerie manufacturer, and Marie Goldsmith Van Praag, Jane Van Praag was born in New York City and raised at Meadow Hill, the family home in Chappaqua, N.Y. After graduating from the Knox School, she earned a bachelor's degree from Smith College. She then moved to New York City, where she worked for Israel Sack, a well-known antiques dealer who founded Israel Sack Inc. While working in New York, she met and fell in love with Isaac Benesch, a Yale School of Drama graduate, who at the time was an assistant to Donald Oenslager, the noted Broadway set designer.
NEWS
By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2012
A 29-year-old man was shot in the leg in an attempted robbery on Thursday, Baltimore police said. The victim, who police did not identify, told investigators that at about 4:35 p.m. on Thursday, a black man in his 20s wearing a gray jacket approached him on the 300 block of McMechen St. in the Bolton Hill neighborhood. The man informed the victim he aimed to rob him and tried to, prompting a struggle. The victim pushed away and was shot in the leg. Police said the suspect fled while the victim ran to the 1700 block of Eutaw Place, where someone contacted police.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2013
Garnette Lynch Brant, a retired real estate saleswoman who also had a Waverly consignment shop, died of congestive heart failure Nov. 19 at Stella Maris Hospice. She was 93 and lived in Lutherville. Born Mary Garnette Lynch in Yadkin County, N.C., she was raised in Winston-Salem. She was the daughter of Sallie Wishon Ledbetter, an R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. employee, and Luther Lynch, a carpenter. She graduated from Bowman Gray High School in 1937 and became a bookkeeper. In 1940, she left Winston-Salem and moved to Washington, D.C., to work in Army intelligence.
NEWS
December 4, 2013
If the Mount Vernon Conservancy thinks it's such a good idea to replace old, mature trees with young ones ( "Group fights to stop tree removal at Mount Vernon Place," Nov. 29), why don't we replace all mature, old people with young people! It would save health care costs, and the old people would no longer be able to clog drains and have their roots entangle more important things. Besides, the soil under old people is barren, and has few nutrients! Seriously though, a tree is a live being.
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