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Face Lift for our Dental Office


Our local dental office at 5 Shipping Place, long a fixture in the Historic Dundalk Town Center, is one of 10 Commercial Improvement Grant projects for DRC – and so rewarding! Yes, the new bright awning, door decal and lighter window tinting are all part of this façade upgrade, but there was so much reward beyond the front door – meeting and working with (the wonderful) Dr. Sahni and her (equally wonderful) staff. For those who remember this main street area in a different era, you know that Dr. Cooperman opened the office 48 years ago. Dr. Sahni came in [...]

Face Lift for our Dental Office2019-04-23T09:42:53-04:00

Tami Brings Us Blue Breeze


Meet Blue Breeze Bath Boutique - announcing Dundalk’s newest stop for all-natural bath & body products, located in The Forge, our business incubation space at 11 Center Place. To officially welcome this addition to the Historic Dundalk Town Center, we’re hosting her Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting on Sat., April 6, 12:30 pm. You’re invited! Stay for her Bath Bomb Class, which runs from 1 – 5 pm. There is a fee, so check this out on her Facebook page. The owner, Tami Roloff has been creating the products for the past three years. She originally started with bath bombs and [...]

Tami Brings Us Blue Breeze2019-04-10T16:29:52-04:00

Spring is a Neighborhood Thing


Our Focus Neighborhoods (Old Dundalk, Dun-Logan, St. Helena, Turner Station and Graceland Park) each boast an active neighborhood association and a core group of residents who turn out regularly for events and community projects. Spring cleanup season has arrived! St. Helena has their annual Project Clean Stream Clean-Up on Sat., April 6, from 8 am - noon. Start with a light breakfast, end with a nice lunch, and supplies are provided. Meet at the Community Center, 6509 Colgate Ave., 21222 and join in with this great group of volunteers. If you're a gardener, opt for weeding their garden and prepping it [...]

Spring is a Neighborhood Thing2019-03-30T10:18:49-04:00