Stories I’m Working on this Week
A glimpse into the Reisterstown Patch editorial planner.
Franklin High School’s Penny Wednesday
Each Wednesday morning, National Honors Society students go around the high school collecting students’ loose change for charity. In October, $200 for was donated to Coats-4-Kids campaign. We’ll roam the halls with NHS students on an upcoming Wednesday.
Or should I say ‘Reister’s Towne?” Last week, I launched Reisterstown Rewinds, which will be a weekly look into the deep roots of this town’s history. I plan to dig up the story of the town’s formation and the family that founded it first. If there’s any local history you are curious about, please let me know.
Local Businesses and the Economy
A recent conversation with a Main Street shop owner got me wondering how other small businesses in town are fairing these days. I plan to speak with various business owners in a variety of industries in hopes of painting a picture of how Main Street in Reisterstown is doing.
The Breakup of The Bridge
For those of you who read Marc’s Music Beat, you’ll know I’m very invested in the local music scene in Baltimore. Baltimore’s The Bridge, who have toured the region, country and world for 10 years, is calling it quits at the end of the month. The band is playing a monster three-set show at Rams Head Live on Wednesday, Nov. 23.
If there’s something you think I need to get on my radar, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 443-379-2140.