Seven years after being relocated by East Baltimore Development Inc., the family of Lucille Gorham is facing the loss of the replacement house she bought in Belair Edison.
Ms. Lucille Gorham, a longtime resident and activist of East Baltimore died Saturday Nov. 3. Until 2006, she lived in a home on Chase Street which she owned, after being displaced three times for small and large expansion projects of the Johns Hopkins Medical complex. Ms. Gorham’s activism became prominent after the 1950s Broadway Urban […]
Lucille Gorham, described as a soft-spoken community advocate for Middle East who carried a big “slingshot” and often took aim at the likes of the Johns Hopkins University and City Hall, died Saturday evening at the age of 81 after years of failing health.
Despite promises from city officials that repairs would be made to her home after she publicly raised concerns last month, a prominent community activist from Middle East says her home has not been repaired and she has no idea when it might be. Lucille Gorham, 80, who lived for decades at 1931 E. Chase St. […]
For the past five years since being relocated by East Baltimore Development Inc. to a new city neighborhood, Lucille Gorham says she has been living in misery. Just after she settled on the single-family house in the 3400 block of Kentucky Avenue in Belair-Edison for a purchase price of $184,900, a multitude of things went […]