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Where do you find inspiration or motivation?
Our motivation stems directly from our neighborhood, Church Hill. We could’ve setup shop in Carytown or Short Pump, but we wanted to be part of a cozy little section of the city that is progressing right before our eyes. There are so many entrepreneurs around us opening up shops and restaurants, building or renovating homes, walking around with their dogs and/or kids, and supporting each other. We want to be another great part of Church Hill and help it continue to blossom.
Based on information provided by the USMS Fugitive Task Force in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the USMS Fugitive Task Force in Richmond and Richmond PD Detectives arrested York County, Pennsylvania, homicide suspect Jeffrey Allen Reid, Jr at approximately 2:00 PM this afternoon in the 2400 Block of Venable Street.
With Reid at the time of his arrest was a female who had been reported as a “Missing Person” from Pennsylvania. She was recovered unharmed and will be returned to Pennsylvania.
Mike sent in an update in the old Tricycle Gardens spot on Jefferson Avenue:
Ran into one of the owners of the Montessori school while talking to a gent building large planters along the Jefferson Avenue fence line. Apparently, Montessori will be leasing the property, and opening an “Infants & Toddlers” facility there in approx. 2 months. This is the second great use of this space in a row following Triangle Gardens long stint on this unique lot.
If you have a minute, maybe stroll by and tell them how happy we are that they’re growing on our neighborhood.
I confirmed with the folks at Central Montessori that this in the works. Things are just getting going, but it’s a great solution to their need for more space and desire to stay in the neighborhood.
The Central Montessori community has a choice to make: stay small or take on another venue?
The school started with students 3-6 years old, now serves children ages 16 months to 12-years-old, and has run out of room to expand.
“We exceeded our 5 year vision, we’ve added a new classroom every year,” says Pishko. The school currently enrolls about 100 students, and is full of children. There is a waiting list for toddlers, and the elementary program is at capacity with enrollment closed for the past year. They are weighing the costs of expansion to another facility in the area and looking at their options.
In its early years-it was built circa 1903 – the house was one of the largest and most striking on a new block of eye-catching mansions. […]
In the 1930s, though, a new owner converted the 5,800-square-foot house into a retirement home, and it languished, frozen in time, for 70 years. A new owner began a structural restoration of the house in 2008, and after buying it in April, the Conrads undertook a basement-to-roof renovation of the historic property.
Even as workers replaced the water-damaged floorboards, boxes of cabinets already stood stacked in the kitchen, awaiting installers. And plumbers had roughed in plumbing for the house’s five bathrooms. In time, plasterers would arrive to patch the walls, and painters would follow them.
“Fortunately, we don’t have to sacrifice any historic accuracy, and the floor plan lends itself to modern comforts, even if we are using the space differently than the builders intended,” Matt said.
PHOTO 2002 Princess Anne Avenue (November 2009)
@ rpdltdan Do you know where I live? I went to the wrong house in @greaterfulton I am very friendly and know commands.#Wayward
The city’s Neighbor-to-Neighbor Initiative is now accepting its 5th round of applications for the Love Your Block Grants. The application deadline is September 5, 2014.
Through the Love Your Block grants, Neighbor-to-Neighbor provides competitive mini-grants in the form of $500 Home Depot Gift Cards to city neighborhood groups for the purchase of supplies needed for local beautification projects.
The 2015 real estate reassessments are in the mail and online.
A random spot check around the neighborhoods shows:
Did you miss the pudding cart at Patrick Henry Park last Sunday? Come out this evening for the 2nd round of Pudding Please and get some of the yummy!
Pudding Please Flavors Update – we’ll be in Patrick Henry Park (Church Hill) [Sunday] at 5pm with: All Natural Handmade Vanilla Pudding Bowls, Dark Chocolate Pudding Bowls, Vanilla Pudding Pops, Dark Chocolate Pudding Pops and Melting Banana Pudding Pops. Please look for the orange umbrella!
From a great set of seasonal photos over at kate with camera…
A great photo of the fog at Oakwood Cemetery this morning by @BatteryHillLive.
We had our bikes stolen from inside our garage, on the 600 block of 33rd St, sometime between July 20 and 22. One was a Schwinn Searcher hybrid, the other a Trek Alpha 4300 mountain bike. Pictures attached.
I would appreciate your posting this to CHPN. We’ve reported it to the police, and definitely want to keep getting the word out to Church Hill citizens to watch their bikes!
More news from SOUPERB – Join us for our Grand Opening Celebration this Thursday, from 5:30 – 8:30. Offering lots of complimentary samples of soups, sweets and savories with refreshing beverages for young and old!
314 North 25th Street between Broad and Marshall.
Contact Diane Fraser at 804.243.8753 or email@example.com for more information.
314 North 25th Street
There will be a Kombucha-making workshop at Union Market on August 2.
Participants each will receive their own SCOBY, starter liquid, large jar and handout with brewing instructions.
Register beforehand with the Union Market: firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact info. Or, call them at (804) 716-7233 or just stop in and register in person.
Cost: $15 per person. Registration is limited to 15.
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