Welcome! Let’s get to know our neighbors.
We know genuine connections with neighbors next door and business owners down the street make for a more meaningful experience. And we believe getting to know people in our community should be simple. That’s why Stroll meets you where you’re at – your mailbox.
We are grateful to serve this amazing community.
Stroll is made possible by the great local businesses who support this magazine. If you’re ever in need, please keep them in mind!
Meet Your Publisher
Jim Harvey has been a resident of Crofton, MD since 1994 and launched Living in the Triangle magazine in 2015. Jim is a member of the Crofton Civic Association Board and the Crofton Kiwanis Club, and former president of the Crofton Rotary Club. A former international management and marketing consultant to the online and print publishing industries around the world, he loves that Living in the Triangle allows him to get to know Crofton better than ever and help over 40 local charities and civic organizations in the community. Jim is married to Sue Harvey and has a son, two daughters, and two grandchildren.
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“It’s a vehicle for keeping me informed about Crofton – what’s new and upcoming, and what's old (traditions, activities). I visit and shop at businesses featured and I share with my friends. I really enjoy seeing and reading about people I know!”
“I thoroughly enjoy reading your publication each month. Thank you for shining such a positive light on our community. The issues keep me informed of neighborhood events and occasions, as well as help us to better know community members and businesses. More so, however, it serves a much more important role for our community. It reminds us that Crofton, as a town, is built on relationships. Publications such as yours bring those relationships and that sense of pride in our collective, to the forefront. It sends a message that no amount of new construction can take away from the principle that Crofton is, and will remain to be – a tight-knit community full of families who value relationships.”