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May 31, 2017 | Phyllis Armstrong

Historic Lyttonsville Bridge Closed But Not Forgotten (VIDEO & PHOTOS)

Rusted supports and a deteriorating surface forced the closure of a bridge built in Lyttonsville almost a century ago. The Talbot Avenue structure still represents an historic connection between the Silver Spring community founded by a free black laborer in 1853 and other Montgomery County neighborhoods. The 105-foot-long bridge spans train tracks slated for use […]

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April 23, 2012 | Staff Writer

Unity In Segregation is a docmentary centered on the Ross Boddy Community Center and the residents of Sandy Spring, Maryland, who grew up there during the time of segregation.

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