There were four such self-proclaimed “Gentlemen of Leisure” on that census: J.B. Budders, of Mount Pleasant; Edward S. Garrison, of Chesapeake City; Benjamin F. Kirk, of Rising Sun; and Nathan Steele, of Charlestown . ... “The land which if naturally of...
5/20/2017
Gordon E. Horak, a retired Social Security Administration computer programmer who enjoyed performing in amateur theater, died of pulmonary fibrosis May 13 at the Charlestown retirement community in Catonsville. He was 83. The son of Albert Horak, a...
5/19/2017
A mob burned a convent in Charlestown , Massachusetts, in 1834, and this marked the beginning of personal attacks on Catholics, especially priests and religious. Attacks on Catholic buildings were widespread in some places. ... In 1854, candidates of...
5/19/2017
Along with his two-man camera crew, Quinn planned to film the world-renowned expert on gluten-related disorders in his natural habitat of the laboratory at the Mucosal Immunology and Biology Research Center in Charlestown , Mass. They wanted to...
5/17/2017
Survived by his fiancé, soulmate, and best friend, Linda Haass of Elkton, MD; one daughter, Kristan Wettig of Perryville, MD; three sons: Brandon Wettig and wife Lauren of Darlington, MD; Mitchell Wettig and wife Erika of Charlestown , MD ; Taylor...
5/10/2017
Born in Pottstown, PA, on Nov. 8, 1954, he was the son of the late Robert and Dorothy (Clemmer) Fronheiser. Jeff was a member of Charlestown Volunteer Fire Dept. for 40 years. Over the years he was a dedicated member, spending countless...
4/28/2017