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Spotlight on Federal Hill Businesses | Dulceology

“As sisters, we are very close and have done most things together. When we were children our father gave us a Fisher-Price play kitchen and our favorite playtime was spent there with fake food toys. We also had fun playing in our Barbie house. Our bakery kinda reminds us of that house. We used to …

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Spotlight on Federal Hill Businesses | SoBotanical

“I discovered essential oils in 1986. The power contained in plants immediately resonated with me. My interest was so piqued that I began studying essential oils and holistic medicine. I was impressed with how natural plant extracts promote health and well-being. ” The above is from Theresa Cangialosi, the owner of SoBotanical who just had …

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Spotlight on Federal Hill Businesses | Phina’s Fine Linens

“Most people don’t want to talk about their private lives, especially about their bedrooms. To lighten the mood I ask fun questions like:..” Baltimoresmall.com published a story of Phina’s Fine Linens on March 2, 2021 Read below to know more about Carla Bravo Wing and her Phina’s Fine Linens… Article From BaltimoreSmall.com “Textiles have always …

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Spotlight on Federal Hill Businesses | Cheese Galore and More

BaltimoreSmall.com published an interview for the business owner of Cheese Galore and More on Jan 22,2021. Below is the full story of Sharon Johnson and her business Cheese Galore and More… Article From BaltimoreSmall.com “I always thought that people who owned restaurants were a bit crazy. But I always toyed with the idea of opening …

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The MD-SERI Emergency Relief Grant
for Federal Hill Main Street

Federal Hill Main Street (FHMS) has received Main Street grant funding from the Governor’s Maryland Strong Economic Recovery Initiative (MD-SERI) to provide COVID-19 relief for Federal Hill businesses located within the Federal Hill Main Street catchment area. This need-based grant funding will be awarded through a grant application process that Federal Hill Main Street will administer per the State’s directives. These grants are one-time awards and are not required to be paid back. Information collected during this application process will not be sold or made available to any entity, except for information required to be submitted to the State of Maryland to comply with grant reporting requirements.

Important Details

  • Each applicant must demonstrate a decrease in revenues and/or increase in expenses due to COVID-19 during the state-established timeframe of March 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020.
  • Each applicant must currently be in Good Standing with the State.
  • Each applicant must pay an RBDL fee and/or be located within the FHMS catchment area.