Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s home in Arlington, Va., and Clara Barton’s downtown Washington office, where she ran an operation to search for missing Civil War soldiers, are among 24 sites around the nation’s capital competing for $1 million in historic preservation grants.
Photography students at Allegany College of Maryland are documenting historic buildings in Cumberland with help from the Maryland Historical Trust.
A new online database provides information about historic buildings in the city of Frederick.
U.S. birth rates are continuing their decline and dropped to just under 4 million births in 2011.
One of the city’s historic districts was just placed on the top 10 list of best neighborhoods in the county, so where is it?
The city of Baltimore plans to sell the historic Senator Theatre to its current operators.
You won’t find any Danielle Steele, James Patterson, or Jennifer Weiner novels at Back Creek Books. And not because owner Rock Toews is sold out. They’re missing by choice from the Annapolis shop.
Restoring the pre-Revolutionary War-era General Engineering building in downtown Frederick after a fire last summer has not been as simple as owner Rusty Hauver hoped.
A Maryland landmark reopened Monday. The cloud over Market House at City Dock in Annapolis appears to have lifted.
For the first time in its 96-year history, a female general is taking charge at the famed Marine Corps training depot at South Carolina’s Parris Island.
Maryland’s historic Oxford-Bellevue ferry is opening for the year and celebrating its 328th year of operation.
One of the first victims of Washington’s new tough-on-spending culture is a historic preservation program that saved the flag that inspired “The Star-Spangled Banner” and preserved thousands of other fragile national treasures.