Joseph C. Shaney, 64
A steamy history comes to life
Edward L. Biller
History lives in Howard County
Robert Hamilton Jr.
Charles 'Goose' Mathews, 86
The Sondheim era
A postal office that holds on to memories
Train layout opens at station in time for holiday cheers
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE
Train lover reaches his last stop
RETTBERG, JR., CHARLES C.
Baltimore's latest snowfall
A Journey's End
Historic Ellicott City Inc. marks 30 years at the B&O; Railroad Station Museum
Hoping B&O Museum is able to maintain pieces of history
Great playing in great places Arts: James Dilts, a fan of both architecture and jazz, launches a concert series that combines the two.
She took the pain out of the train Innovator: One of the first women to earn a Cornell engineering degree, Olive Dennis helped make rail travel less complicated and more comfortable.
William A. Bacon Sr., 77, automobile sales...
Vivian W. Young, 83, Social Security employeeVivian...
Anthony P. Ciotola, 80, conductor, railroad buffAnthony...
Highways to heavenly sights nearby Driving: Spectacular scenery and offbeat attractions await you along the highways and byways of Maryland and neighboring states.
New book brings Civil War-era Baltimore alive
Howard N. Barr Sr., 82, train engineer, B&O; historian
50 years agoAfter a Baltimore and Ohio...
150 years ago in The SunAug. 17:...
Mount Airy officials seek funding for land appraisals for hiking trail Project would link downtown, Watkins Park
Passion for horses, life Horse racing: C. Oliver Goldsmith, who fit a lot of living into his 69 years, played many favorites, especially an old mare named Turn Capp.
Advocate uses rock to study pollution Retired teacher watches for threats to ground water supply
Vincent T. Welsh Sr., 67, Western Electric...
Hurricane Agnes roared across the state Losses: Hitting the Eastern seaboard June 22, 1972, the storm caused $62 million in damages and killed 21 in Maryland alone.
Joseph V. Meyd Jr., 73, CSX designer,...
Activists seek to save 19th-century houses Preservationists say homes were built for Irish railroad workers
Elmer H. Packie Jr., 77, streetcar machinist 'Had no equal' in repair of vintage trolleys
Heart of the city is historic, with an upbeat pace Institutions, estates are setting for activity
A mighty ship filled city's sky Zeppelin: A year before its fatal crash, the Hindenburg flew over Baltimore.
AN ERA OF EASE IN TRAVEL ENDED; RAILROAD: WHEN THE B&O; DISCONTINUED PASSENGER SERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND WASHINGTON, IT MEANT THE DEMISE OF THE ROYAL BLUE.
An era of ease in travel ended Railroad: When the B&O; discontinued passenger service between New York and Washington, it meant the demise of the Royal Blue.
Growth restraint may have backfired Sale of Glyndon farm follows rezoning push
Freda R. Glaser, 64, university instructorFreda R....
Before we had warehouse stores we had bargain basements
Francis L. Hamm, 63, social worker for...
2001: A Howard County historical odyssey
Students like to stay after school for PTA's computer classes
John S. Edwards Sr., 90, grocery cashierJohn...