The Laurel History Boys are storytellers, foremost. They share relatable pieces of our hometown’s history—stories about people, places, and events that shaped Laurel, Maryland and the surrounding community. We produce books and presentations that focus on niche areas of Laurel’s past, and we publish Voices of Laurel, a free quarterly community newspaper that includes a diverse range of contributors.
New details were uncovered about the 1972 shooting of the presidential candidate at Laurel Shopping Center after gaining access to the investigation files of the FBI and Prince George’s County Police Department. Even if you’ve closely followed the media coverage of this event, you will be astonished at the new information.
*Sign up today – seats are limited. Register online at https://hchsmd.org/calendar/, email email@example.com, or call 410-480-3250 for more information.
*FREE for Historical Society Members, $5.00 for non-members (online and at the door).
*Free parking is available in the Court House Drive lot, located up the hill at the top of Old Ellicott City, in walking distance from the Museums and former Circuit Court.