Maryland Divided Part 3: Blending old economy with new in Frederick and Harford counties
by Capital News Service | June 29, 2017 | News | 3 |
This is the third part in a five-part series about the divide between rural Maryland and the rest of the state. Unlike Western Maryland and Eastern Shore counties, which are starved for growth, Harford, Carroll and Frederick are trying to ensure their farming heritage doesn’t become a casualty of their recent economic success and decades-long population growth.Read More
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