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March 20, 2013, No comments

News from the March 1988 editions of the Baltimore Guide The March 3, 1988, Baltimore Guide reported that a train wreck destroyed a railroad bridge over Eastern Ave. near Bayview. […]

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Yellowed Pages: News from 25 years ago

March 6, 2013, No comments

The high cost of going underground The Feb. 11, 1988, Baltimore Guide includes an article on a subway extension to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Proposed by ...

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Yellowed Pages: News from 25 years ago

January 16, 2013, No comments

1988 started off on a lucky note. According to the Jan. 7 edition of the Baltimore Guide, “a patron of a Highlandtown liquor store has won a Marylan ...

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Yellowed Pages: A bungled robbery, drunks on tape, and the most boring people in the world

December 12, 2012, No comments

The Yellowed Pages recalls news from the past, in this case 25 years ago. An account of a bizarre robbery at the Fell’s Point 7-Eleven made the fron ...

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    Yellowed Pages: November 1987
    November 14, 2012, No comments

    A headline in the Nov. 5, 1987, Baltimore Guide reads: “Survey Shows Handguns Rampant In Baltimore Schools With Many Students Threatened Or Robbed.” The article goes on to say, “Of […]

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    Yellowed Pages: News from 25 years ago
    August 22, 2012, No comments

    Governor Schaefer opposes raising speed limit This story first appeared in the Aug. 20, 1987, edition of the Baltimore Guide. Drivers in Maryland already drive too fast and would only […]

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    Yellowed Pages: Schaefer versus Japan
    August 8, 2012, No comments

    Despite possible costly delays, Governor William Donald Schaefer has ordered port officials to look for ways to have American companies contracted for work on the cranes at the new Seagirt […]

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    The Yellowed Pages: Guide news from May, 1987
    May 17, 2012, No comments

    Governor Schaefer signed 300 bills into law. One bill allowed large retail businesses to open on Sundays in all Maryland counties except Washington, Allegany, and Wicomico counties. Another bill allowed […]