April 7, 2010

3 Greater Homewood Neighborhoods Are “Hot ‘Hoods”

We’ve known for a long time that Greater Homewood is a great corner of the world to live in, but this month Baltimore Magazine gave us some […]
March 15, 2010

Project Safelight

Emily Wilson, an AmeriCorps* VISTA, has been serving the communities surrounding Guilford Elementary/Middle School.  Today, she shares with us the story of a project she and the […]
February 17, 2010

VISTA Spotlight: George Shardlow

We got a lot of good feedback on our guest post from AmeriCorps*VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) member Tara McKenzie.  We have quite a few […]
February 12, 2010

Village Parents to Present Series of Five Discussions on Urban Education

Charles Village’s new parents’ organization, The Village Parents, is proud to present School Daze: Five Conversations on Urban Education in the Nation, in the City, and in […]
February 3, 2010

Take the Baltimore Neighborhood Energy Challenge!

Ever wondered how you could reduce your monthly energy bill?  Today we learned about a great new program called the Baltimore Neighborhood Energy Challenge (BNEC).  Although […]
January 29, 2010

Reflections on the Neighborhood Institute

Submitted by Karen DeCamp, Director of Neighborhood Programs GHCC’s third annual Neighborhood Institute January 23 was an inspiring event. Kicking off the opening panel discussion about […]
January 11, 2010

Come to the Neighborhood Institute On January 23!

Strengthen your neighborhood and your local public schools at our third annual Neighborhood Institute! January 23 10:00-4:30 (registration begins at 9:30) Barclay Elementary/Middle School, 2900 Barclay […]
July 29, 2009

Waverly’s New Principal Gets a Warm Welcome from the Community

Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke speaks to a room of supporters gathered to welcome Michelle Ferris as Waverly Elementary/Middle School’s new principal. On Thursday, July […]
July 24, 2009

How’s Your Block?

Do you want to… be more informed about our community and city? talk about illegal dumping, vacant properties, safety, planting flowers and trees, or helping elderly/disabled […]