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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 its name...

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People to Watch

People to Watch

Put a chef, a you, 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 range of Frederick...

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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 valley, Frederick...

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McCardell Fashions Donated to Culture Center

McCardell Fashions Donated to Culture Center

McCardell Fashions Donated to Culture Center After making their way out of Marlene Young’s guest bedroom closet to be shared as part of a local effort to erect a statue of Frederick native Claire McCardell, many of the design icon’s fashions will now belong to the...

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On Course

On Course

Frederick County Breaks Par as a Golf Destination for both Locals and Visitors By Jeff Thoreson Tired of the growing congestion and rising real estate prices of Montgomery County, I was one of the early migrants north on Interstate 270 to Frederick. But in 1989, the...

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Century Club

Century Club

Frederick County Association of Realtors Celebrates 100 Years of Advocacy  By Chris Haugh A century ago, the Roaring ‘20s swept across the country, and Frederick County enjoyed the good times, as well. The post-war economic prosperity was seen in flourishing...

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Reading and Righting

Reading and Righting

LITERACY COUNCIL OF FREDERICK COUNTY TEACHES MORE THAN LANGUAGE SKILLS By Karen Gardner and Photography by Turner Photography Studio There was a time when literacy skills once meant reading books and newspaper want ads, but that has since expanded to computer...

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On the Rocks

On the Rocks

By Olivia Millunzi, Heritage Frederick This postcard was mailed in 1908 from a man named Henry to Ella Ogle of Adamstown. His message reads, “Dear Ella, I have been ordered to East Brunswick on 2nd truck today + tomorrow so cannot get down tonight will be down...

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A Team of Their Own

A Team of Their Own

Following the COVID-19 shutdown that cancelled nearly all youth sports in the spring of 2020, many looked forward to at least a partial resumption of outdoor activities in the fall. But Urbana Middle School student Dana Damoulakis noticed that many of the available...

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Balancing Act

Balancing Act

Kitchen Remodeling Weighs Form, Function and BudgetBy Meredith Ericksen, Tuscan Blue Design | Photography by David Spence/Spence Photographics Over the past two years, we’ve spent a great deal of time in our homes and specifically our kitchens. Have all those trips to...

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