By Seely Foley What was Dickeyville like in 1880? A careful study of the census taken for the town in that year gives a snapshot in time of what was called the village of Wetheredville . The enumeration for the village covers seven pages and
By Cassie Sherman-Marks. This week, a group of parents in Dickeyville organized our first monthly Family Meet-Up – an event designed for parents and their children to get to know and catch up with each other, to which all neighbors are welcome. The meet-up occurred
Greetings Dickeyvillians, Firstly, a big thanks to those of you who sent in ideas and feedback to the initial website survey back in November (around 50 villagers). This heavily influenced the design of the new website and helped to determine which types of features have or
While we get the new village website up and running, we are asking for ongoing contribution from neighbors. To make sure our new website remains viable, below are ideas for the village support needed: 1-2 x additional web editors to help with editing contents. Some
Thanks to everyone who helped pick up trash on Forest Park this weekend. A special thanks to the Oakes family, especially young Sebastian who was excited to lead neighborhood efforts. “Together, we collected enough to overfill the back of our truck. It was nice to
We get a few potholes on the main street of Pickwick Rd, but fortunately Baltimore City services is very responsive. A quick call to 311 and the cheery patch-up crew arrived the next morning – seen here repairing the 2500 block of Pickwick Rd.
In early December 2015, Dickeyville residents were treated to a fascinating presentation given by neighbor, Mel Currie on “The Aesthetic Value of Mathematics” Lecture description – In general, mathematicians do not do mathematics simply because it is useful any more than poets devote themselves to their art