July 29, 1997
FireWinfield: Firefighters responded to an illegal open burning in the 3600 block of Franklinville Road at 9: 19 p.m. Saturday. Units were out 52 minutes.Pub Date: 7/29/97
February 11, 2009
On February 9, 2009, Carolyn Elizabeth Lee (nee Tiedebohl) of Baltimore, MD. Beloved wife of the late William Hughes Lee. Devoted mother of William C. Lee and Elsie A. Hurt and husband, Rev. Alexander P. Hurt. Also survived by four grandchildren, Brian H. Jeffers, David E. Jeffers, Taylor Scott Hurt and Anna Elizabeth McFaul; and six great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at Franklinville Presbyterian Church, Kingsville, MD on Thursday, February 12, 2009 at 11 a.m. Interment will be private.
March 27, 1998
FireMount Airy: Firefighters responded at 11: 12 a.m. Wednesday to a chimney fire in the 13000 block of Old Frederick Road in Frederick County. Units were out one hour.Winfield: Firefighters responded at 3: 07 p.m. Wednesday to a brush fire in the 3600 block of Franklinville Road. Units were out one hour.Pub Date: 3/27/98
June 2, 1995
After weeks of bickering among its neighbors, the tiny village of Franklinville in northeast Baltimore County is on the verge of adding another chapter to its mill-town history.County Council Chairman Vincent J. Gardina, a Democrat whose 5th District includes Franklinville, said yesterday he will introduce legislation to designate it as a county historic district."It has a lot of merit," he said. "In the past, we have not always moved to protect the past in Baltimore County."But his decision to back the legislation has not been easy.
November 19, 1997
FireWinfield: Firefighters from New Windsor and Mount Airy assisted Winfield at 11: 16 a.m. Monday, responding to a chimney fire in the 3800 block of Franklinville Road. Units were out 40 minutes.Winfield: Firefighters from Sykesville assisted Winfield at 7: 21 a.m. Monday, responding to a fire in the 200 block of Streaker Road. Units were out 32 minutes.Pub Date: 11/19/97
August 4, 1991
When Judy Beard was a girl, Franklinville, the tiny mill village a mile from her Upper Falls home, was off-limits."We were forbidden to go there. It was a different kind of town; there were transients and the houses were rented. But we went anyway; we'd ride our bikes and fill our canteens at the pump across from the general store," she said.Things are quite different today for the 46-year-old real estate broker and for Franklinville itself.Mrs. Beard not only lives in the heart of the tree-shaded village but is a leader in a joint project with Upper Falls residents to have the two enclaves nominated for the national and Baltimore County historic district registers.