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Maryland Historical Trust

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  • Odenton / Gambrills: Odenton bank building gets historic designation

    Odenton received a gift on Christmas Eve - Odenton Historical Society's Old Citizens State Bank Building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. A sign stating the historic nature of the bank building will be placed as soon as possible.
  • Carroll recognized by Maryland Historic Trust

    The Maryland Historic Trust recently gave Carroll County government the Excellence in Community Engagement Award for its participation in a project focusing on the area's involvement in Civil War history. Over the last three years Carroll, Frederick...

    Working to preserve history

    For Owings Mills resident and historian Louis Diggs, preserving local history is particularly important for the African American communities of Baltimore County. "We had no written history out here. The only thing you can really go back to are the...

    Odenton/Gambrills: Maryland Historical Trust grant makes new ramp possible at Odenton Heritage Society

    Odenton/Gambrills: Maryland Historical Trust grant makes new ramp possible at Odenton Heritage Society
    For the first time in five years, Penrhyn "Buzzy" Watts entered the Odenton Heritage Society. He suffered a stroke five years ago that left him in a wheelchair. There was an old ramp in front of the OHS building, allowing visitors access, but "when it...

    Future use of Catonsville site to be discussed at community meeting

    Future use of Catonsville site to be discussed at community meeting
    The future of an 11.01-acre wooded parcel of land at the end of Maple Avenue in Catonsville, the site of a historic mill that dates back to 1850, will move a step closer to being determined next week at a community meeting. The meeting will be held in...