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The Neighborhood Files
The Sunoco gas station at Clopperand Liberty Mill roads was the site of a 1930s crime scene, the death of a man whose ancestors helped settle Germantown.
The story of Rose O’Neal Greenhow.
Learn about the Germantown family that worked the land more than a century before Milestone took shape.
Burned down in the 1970s, Germantown Train Station was rebuilt to its 19th century splendor, the vision of a famous Baltimore architect.
When standing at the Germantown Library or BlackRock Center for the Arts, ever wonder what was there before Germantown Town Center was Germantown Town Center?
New homes occupy the site of a once-thriving village
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
During World War II Prisoners of War from Germany helped farmers in Germantown plant the seeds and harvest the crops. Many of the farmers said that they could not have done it without them because so many of their workers had gone to war.
Elections, Local Connections
Politics and Passion Lead to Tragedy in Germantown
Name has ties to Revolutionary War battle
The forests and streams of Seneca Creek State Park was once the thriving farm of Francis Cassatt Clopper, an enterprising man who built two mills, St. Rose of Lima Church, and was one of the men behind the railroad that now runs through Germantown.
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