25 years ago: The Carroll County Department of Recreation...

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July 25, 1999|By Compiled from the files of the Historical Society of Carroll County.

25 years ago: The Carroll County Department of Recreation and Parks has procured a mobile recreation unit for the recreation councils of the county. The unit is to be on loan to the various councils upon request. It contains the necessary materials for a variety of activities. -- the Community Reporter, July 26, 1974.

75 years ago: At the call of T. W. Mather, Jr., Charles W. Klee and C. Edgar Nusbaum, well-known businessmen and boosters of Westminster, about 75 citizens from this city gathered at the Firemen's building Wednesday afternoon to consider and hear the views of the businessmen about forming a Chamber of Commerce for this city. -- Democratic Advocate, July 25, 1924.

100 years ago: One of the most daring highway robberies ever in this county was perpetrated on the public road half a mile southwest of Marston at 2 o'clock last Monday afternoon. William or "Billy" Wood, as he is familiarly called, a man nearly 80 years old, was assaulted by a strange young colored man, who robbed him of his pocketbook containing $25, and also of about $4 which he had loose in his pockets. Securing the money, he fled across the fields toward Mount Airy, and was seen later several miles near that place. -- American Sentinel, July 22, 1899.

Pub Date: 7/25/99

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