Maryland Awards More Than $9 Million In Tax Credits To Revitalize Six Historic BuildingsAwardees include the historic Wilkins Rogers Mill in Ellicott City and a large home near the Maryland State House in Annapolis, as well as two buildings in Baltimore and two in Hagerstown.
Former Students, Advocates Hope To Preserve Havre De Grace Colored SchoolFormer students of the Havre de Grace Colored School are raising money to preserve the building so the history of the school can stand the test of time.
Annapolis' Capt. Burtis House To Be Renovated As Part Of City Dock Revitalization EffortPreservationists say the Captain William H. Burtis House, just off the water next to the Annapolis City Dock is a gateway to Annapolis' past. The building has been vacant for the last few years, but now Preservation Maryland and the city of Annapolis want to revive it as the city prepares for a major makeover of City Dock.
Princess Anne Officials Mulling Historic District Officials in Princess Anne are making a new effort to establish a historic district in the town.
Md. Historical Trust Seeks Input On PreservationThe Maryland Historical Trust is seeking citizen input on a new 10-year plan for historical preservation.
Preservationists Aim To Protect Corcoran InteriorHistoric preservationists are nominating the interior of the Corcoran Gallery of Art as an architectural landmark to try to protect the building as the struggling museum considers selling it.
Potomac On List Of Threatened Historic PropertiesMaryland's oldest historic preservation organization has included the Potomac House in Williamsport on its 2012 list of threatened historic properties in the state.