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Made Here

Made Here

From Beer to Biotech, Manufacturing has Productive Power in Local Economy By Gina Gallucci-White | Photography by Turner Photography Studio | Posted on 01.13.22 Frederick County residents can take pride in many products found on the shelves of local stores because...

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Top Cop

Top Cop

Police Chief Jason Lando Leans on Personal, Professional Experiences By Lisa Gregory | Photography by Turner Photography Studio | Posted on 01.04.22 The call came in about a shooting at the nearby Tree of Life Synagogue, his family’s synagogue. My grandfather is...

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Hallelujah!

Hallelujah!

Sing-Along Returns to Stage and Audience By Lisa Gregory | Photography by Photography by Deanna Nixon, Matt Sprague and Turner Photography Studio | Posted on 12.08.21 For Allen Maples, it was an annual tradition he shared with his father, Sam. “We went to have that...

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Festive Feeling

Festive Feeling

’Tis the Season to be Jolly, Merry and Bright Photography by Bill Adkins | Posted on 12.01.21 

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War … and Peace

War … and Peace

Veteran Looks Back at the Lessons of Vietnam and Life By Guy Fletcher | Photography by Photos courtesy James B. Hubbard Jr. and Deborah Nylec | Posted on 11.07.21 It was a characteristically hot, humid and cloudless day in South Vietnam’s Mekong Delta on March 30,...

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Daddy’s Bells

Daddy’s Bells

Baker Park Carillon Tower Celebrates 80 Years as a Musical Landmark By Karen Gardner | Photography by Turner Photography Studio | Posted on 11.01.21 Reaching 70 feet into the sky, the Joseph D. Baker Carillon is the iconic centerpiece of Frederick’s Baker Park. But to...

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Grain to Glass

Grain to Glass

Craft Distilleries Lean on History for Hooch By April Bartel | Photography by Turner Photography Studio | Posted on 10.01.21 Maryland rye whiskey was an early American favorite. Its popularity boomed during the Civil War when Union soldiers gathered here and came to...

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History in Hand

History in Hand

Relic Hunters Discover Treasures of the Past Buried in Earth By Lisa Gregory | Photography by Turner Photography Studio | Posted on 09.13.21 Would Today be the Day? Sitting in his father’s truck heading out to a colonial-era home and property in the Frederick area,...

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Legendary Tale

Legendary Tale

The Disputed Ballad of Barbara Fritchie Endures … With Context By By Kate Poindexter | Photography by Turner Photography Studio | Posted on 09.01.21 For fans of the Barbara Fritchie legend, imagery is everything: An old woman admonishing Confederate soldiers to...

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No Job Too Large or Too Small

No Job Too Large or Too Small

From Shoveling Snow to Cleaning Classrooms, Custodians are the Front Line of School Safety By Karen Gardner | Photography by Turner Photography Studio | Posted on 08.12.21 Stacks of microfiber cloths are surrounded by disinfectants in the lunchroom at Urbana Middle...

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