William Donald Schaefer
William Donald Schaefer’s quest to make Baltimore a better place continues.
The Maryland State Archives collection is among the largest in the country with nearly 400 years of history, including Colonial-era paintings, keepsakes of the state’s governors, and thousands of land, court and genealogy records.
A year ago, Maryland lost a beloved public servant. In April of last year, William Donald Schaefer passed away.
The Pimlico Special will return in 2012 as part of an upgraded racing card the day before the Preakness.
John S. Toll, Maryland’s first state university chancellor, died Friday at an assisted living facility in Bethesda. He was 87.
Maryland is saying goodbye to state schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick after two decades on the job.
A special dedication at one Howard County church remembers former Governor William Donald Schaefer. He often attended the services.
A former Baltimore political candidate files a claim to part of the William Donald Schaefer estate.
Take the Inner Harbor to the next level. That’s the goal of a major revitalization plan, and it could end up with spectacular Las Vegas-like nighttime light shows.
We all knew William Donald Schaefer was a generous man with his time. Now details from his will show he was pretty generous with his money, too.
Spring is here and so is a Baltimore tradition that’s been around a century: Flowermart, famous for the lemon peppermint sticks and vendors offering up unique items.
Taming Mother Nature for mothers. In Baltimore, volunteers are trying to do just that.