24Dec2012
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Susan Jones
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Family Pages, Holidays
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Santa Sighted in Hampton on Christmas Eve

Santa Sighted in Hampton!

Santa was spotted aboard the Providence Volunteer Fire Company Truck moments ago in

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17Dec2012
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Susan Jones
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Holidays
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Happy Holidays!

Need to get into the holiday spirit?  Watch

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01May2012
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John Hellmuth
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General
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NDP Breaks Ground on Turf Field Honoring Love

In mid-May, Notre Dame Preparatory School (NDP) will begin construction of a turf field honoring Yeardley Reynolds Love ’06. This turf field will replace an already-existing grass field, located between the softball and the Batza fields, on the school’s campus. In February, Sister Patricia McCarron, headmistress of NDP, and members of the school’s Building and Grounds Committee met with

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06Apr2012
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John Hellmuth
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General
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“The Hampton Community” Now Has a Flickr Group

You might be familiar with the online photo-sharing site called Flickr; and within this site there are "groups" which are ways to categorize and share photos of a particular theme or interest. We have created a new group on Flickr called "The Hampton Community, Towson, MD," and we invite you to join. It will be a fun way to share our personal visions of our community. If you would like to

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10Feb2012
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John Hellmuth
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General
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CALLING ALL ARTISTS: LET HAMPTON BE YOUR INSPIRATION!

CALL TO ARTISTS: Please submit to HHI by March 1st any two samples of original artwork. From these, a jury will select approximately 15 - 20 artists to exhibit one painting (maximum size of 22”x 28), at the inaugural event of the HAI, which will take place on Friday, April 20th, from 6-8 pm in the Orangery at Hampton National Historic Site. This painting must be inspired by any aspect

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15Nov2011
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John Hellmuth
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General
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Hampton Lane Yard Sales: Saturday, November 19th 2011

Several houses on Hampton Lane will hold yard sales this Saturday, November 19th from 7am to 11am. Any houses wishing to bring things to to sell for themselves are welcome to have space on our lawns at 510 and 512 Hampton Lane. Any houses on Hampton Lane who wish to participate just need to set up on their own yards by 7am Saturday. For further information, Kathy at 410-746-0800.

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30Oct2011
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Susan Jones
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General
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Hampton National Historic Site

One of my favorite things to do is to walk around the grounds of the Hampton Historic site, which preserves the memories of the people who lived there beginning in the early 1800’s, until moral and economic changes ended this way of life.  The integrity with which the land and buildings are preserved by the National Park Service allows you to fully imagine the lives of the enslaved African

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28Oct2011
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HamptonCommunity
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Community Calendar/Events, Family Pages, General, Holidays
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Hampton Halloween Express

Every year one knows it is the start of the holiday season when the train tracks begin going up at Kenilworth Mall. But did you know a small version of similar tracks lies right within our neighborhood? While walking around the neighborhood one morning, I spied a series of miniature train tracks running through a neighbor’s yard. I was intrigued. Little houses and depots stood around the track,

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23Jun2011
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HamptonCommunity
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Real Estate
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Comparative Market Analysis

For sale and sold recently in

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22Jun2011
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Susan Jones
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Community Calendar/Events, General, History
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“Friendship Knows no Bounds… Jefferson, Lafayette, and Ridgely”

  The Women’s Committee of Historic Hampton Inc. had a fundraiser this Spring at the Engineer’s Club in Mt. Vernon.  Nancy Smith, the president, hosted General Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson, as they reminisced about their roles in the founding of America and in the days surrounding the French revolution.  Jefferson was minister to France in 1789 when revolutionary zeal was

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