Uncovering Maryland's buried past Archaeology: History in the spotlight for April as experts show that artifacts could be as close as your own backyard
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Panel approves restoration plans for B&O; Railroad Station Museum
Preserving history is down her alley Survey: The thousands of tiny rowhouses along Baltimore alleys are threatened with extinction. Meanwhile, Mary Ellen Hayward is documenting this little-known part of urban history.
Sale can save farmhouse Property: A developer plans to destroy a Cockeysville farmhouse if no one buys it, but preservationists think Willowbrook is worth saving.
In with the old Restoration: New government programs mean tax incentives for restoring or rehabilitating historic buildings.
Historical trust honors 5 projects for preservation
City OKs bank's plan for key site Farmers Supply property to be redeveloped; 'It is a great proposal'; Offices and stores would be added at downtown corner
One proposal received for development Farmers Supply site called central to downtown well-being; More plans were hoped for; Officials to study application, consider a partnership
Cemetery won't halt progress Cockey burial ground moving so retail stores have open building site; Landmark for 250 years; Descendants saddened but say relocation 'somewhat inevitable'
Connections: An artist in Frederick County draws the community into a painting that spans many interests.
Groups propose to develop cultural tourist attraction Supporters study sites to promote city heritage
Dig begun on site of planned quarry Archaeologist to focus on mystery of graves
Elizabeth F. Hartley, 65, researcher of city history
Friends at home Renewal: After a $369,000 renovation, the Society of Friends returns to the Aisquith Street Meeting House where Hopkins, Sheppard and the Ellicott family once worshiped.
Grant of $20,000 helps fund Homecoming Center
Board to view report cards New for grades 3-5, they evaluate how well children apply skills
One person's landmark is another's roadblock Historians, businesses view Balto. Co. bridge with opposing values
Westminster seeking downtown proposals Sketch offers ideas for Farmers Supply site
Matter of Trust Preservation: The Maryland Historical Trust employs various tools to help it locate and identify properties worthy of preservation.
Bringing Banneker's things home Still hope: Outbid at auction, museum supporters can try to borrow from new owner.
Coveted Banneker items going, going . . . gone Dismayed local group outbid by Va. banker
List of historic New Windsor buildings delayed Local input is requested before decision is made
For sale: Benjamin Banneker's legacy Artifacts on the block: Business leaders should help bring rare items home.
'Acorn' removed in acrobatic show at State House Annapolis bids adieu to 208-year-old fixture to be replaced in fall
$50,000 donated to Banneker museum 'Friends' hope to keep rare artifacts in Md.
Quarry concerns religious leaders Arundel Corp. plans to work near home of Methodist convert; Company termed sensitive; Historians say cemetery exists on proposed pit site
Restaurant, development group nominated for state awards
Digging up a colonial port Archaeologists: London Town may once again rival Williamsburg, Va., this time as a tourist attraction. The long-buried Anne Arundel colonial city on South River is being painstakingly dug up with that view in mind.
Town officials want to restore schoolhouse
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Plan for razing is raising doubts Development: The Maryland Historical Trust has asked the University of Maryland at Baltimore to reconsider its plan to demolish three historically significant buildings.
Tension on Holy Hill Monastery: An emotional legal battle rages in Cumberland between preservationists and Roman Catholic officials who want to raze an unused monastery.
When home is historic Diversity: There are 22,000 buildings in Baltimore designated as historic, and people are living in a great many of them.
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Trouble at the top State House: Because of dry rot, the 200-year-old decorative 'acorn' atop the dome must come down.
Historic commission knows all the answers Sykesville panel responds to homeowners' concerns
Archaeologists explore an ancient Indian camp Amateurs and pros share search for treasures
Historic Towson house valued at up to $500 Aigburth Vale villa allowed to deteriorate by school officials
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Volunteer archaeologists to seek signs of ancient life on Patapsco Indian campsite remains mostly intact for 500 years
Preserving houses is right up their alley Residents, historians hope to save buildings from demolition
Cumberland bets on tourism Mules and money: A $200 million venture called Canal Place is the centerpiece of Cumberland's effort to create a promising future by re-creating its past.
Historic Mount Tabor Lodge has a future Structure from about 1900 will undergo renovation
City to demolish 800 rowhouses Sandtown to be site of initial assault on vacant properties
Officials mull options for Warfield site Job, tax creation envisioned for site with 15 buildings; 130-acre complex; County wants to see upscale development at Springfield location
Options discussed for Warfield Complex in Sykesville Job, tax revenue creation envisioned
Predicaments for preservationists: balancing artifacts with hard facts When funding dries up, saving graces fall short
Balto. Co. officials have plan for mansion Selling, leasing Aigburth may save decaying site