The Greater Homewood Community Corporation is looking for people to participate in an event called Community Design Lab, which will be part of GHCC’s Neighborhood Institute on March 8. According to Carolyn Greenspan of GHCC: The Community Design Lab is a unique way to get new ideas and new energy around a project that someone […]

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Baltimore Green Space Potluck

Baltimore Green Space. a group that promotes community green space in the city, is holding a potluck on Sunday, February 23, 6-9 pm at 2640 Saint Paul Street. Everyone is welcome! If you’d like to RSVP early, you can email office@baltimoregreenspace.org or call 443-996-3811.

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Young Audiences Open House, Feb. 16

See the attached flyer for more info. YA Open House Flier

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Transform Baltimore Zoning meetings

A letter from Antoine Banks Land Use & Transportation Committee Baltimore City Couneil The Land Use and Transportation Committee will hold a series of work sessions on CC BILL 12-0152 – TRANSFORM BALTIMORE – ZONING. The updated dates, times and location are as follows: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 – 10:00 AM Wednesday, February 5, 2014 […]

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Citizen Budget Workshops

Want to have a say in Baltimore’s Fiscal 2015 budget? Come take part in Mayor Rawlings-Blake’s Citizen Budget Workshops: SATURDAY, JANUARY 18 Humanim at the American Brewery 1701 N. Gay St. 9:00 am – 11:30 am SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 2014 Dr. Ralph W.E. Jones Jr. Administration Building Druid Hill Park 3001 East Drive 9:00 am […]

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Open houses this Saturday

Two Remington houses are on view this weekend during Greater Homewood Community Corp.’s Second Saturday event. 424 W. 23rd Street, a 2BR, 1BA home, is listed at $64,900. 2602 Hampden Ave., a 2BR, 2BA home, is listed for $129,900. Both homes are open between 12 noon and 2 p.m. on Saturday. Spread the word! See […]

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Join Seawall Nov. 16 for redevelopment plans

Community Flyer (11-16-13) Seawall Development Company will present revised early concept plans for the redevelopment of the 2700, 2800 and 2900 blocks of Remington Avenue this Saturday, November 16 at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held in the conference rooms at Miller’s Court (2601 N. Howard Street, enter building at the opposite end from Charmington’s).

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Vacants to Value event in Remington!

Remington is proud to host the 3rd anniversary of Vacants to Value on November 11 at 12:30 at 323 West Lorraine Avenue! GRIA president Judith Kunst has been asked to speak at the event, which also will be attended by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano.

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Another great year of Hauntingdon

Hauntingdon drew lots of praise again this year! See this link for lots of really colorful photography of the event: http://bemorephotography.org/hauntingdon

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Hauntingdon this Saturday!

Join your Remington neighbors on Oct. 26 from 5 pm to 8 pm in the 2900 block of  Huntingdon Avenue! Dozens of decorated porches provide fun trick-or-treating spots for kids to engage in activities, centered around this year’s theme: Classic Halloween. Events will include: A Haunted House with clowns of all kinds, ranging from friendly […]

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Residents speak out at 25th Street Station meeting

Baltimore City Councilman Carl Stokes vowed Monday night to ensure that a Walmart store planned for the new 25th Street Station will be an attractive addition to the neighborhood, saying he would “proactively encourage” Walmart and developer WV Urban Developments to improve the project’s current design. The meeting, held at SS Philip & James on […]

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Kathleen Ambrose discusses her Remington book

Sept 24 7 – 8pm Barnes & Noble Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus Remington resident Kathleen C. Ambrose will discuss her new book, Remington: The History of a Neighborhood.

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