Beatty-Cramer House on Video

Beatty-Cramer House on Video

Beatty-Cramer House on Video After being saved in 1987 from being burned to the ground in a firefighting exercise, the historic Beatty-Cramer house on Md. 26,  next to Israel Creek, became the property of the Frederick County Landmarks Foundation. Through the years,...
Baby Boom

Baby Boom

Baby Boom Catoctin Wildlife Preserve Welcomes Furry, Feathered, Even Scaly Newborns   By Gina Gallucci-White and Photography by Turner Photography Studio  In baby form, even snakes can be adorable, or at least a little less creepy. Take the Everglades rat snake. As...
Fraternity House

Fraternity House

Fraternity House By Olivia Millunzi, Heritage Frederick The Maryland Odd Fellows Home was dedicated on July 26, 1925. The Independent Order of Odd Fellows fraternal organization was founded in Baltimore on April 26, 1819, based upon the Ancient Order of the Society of...
People to Watch

People to Watch

People to Watch Put a chef, a blogger, a nonprofit leader, a community activist and an addictions professional all in one room and what do get? Well, this year’s “People to Watch.” Perhaps our most eclectic “People to Watch” group yet, this year’s class covers the...
Green Acres

Green Acres

Green Acres Frederick County’s Agricultural Preservation Efforts Keep Growing By Kate McDermott and Photography by Turner Photography Studio Nearly 750 years before colonial settlers were lured to mid-Maryland by the offer of free property in the Monocacy River...
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