Frederick County News
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED TORNADO WATCH IN EFFECT UNTIL 5 P.M. EST THIS AFTERNOON FOR THE D.C. METRO AREA.
Drivers are encountering black ice on some Maryland roadways Thursday morning after ice and snow melted and froze again overnight.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a 3-month-old boy.
No love lost on stormy winter as Mid-Atlantic digs out of snowy mess on Valentine's Day
Man barricaded in Frederick, Md., hotel surrenders, is taken to hospital
There is a barricade situation at a Frederick, Md., hotel near a mall Tuesday afternoon.
Frederick, Md., police officer charged with assaulting policewoman girlfriend
Thousands of Potomac Edison customers without power may want to find another place to stay after a spokesman for the utility company said Wednesday there is "absolutely no way" power will be restored to all customers by the end of Wednesday.
The Garrett County Sheriff's Office has charged a Frederick police officer with second-degree assault.
Frederick, Md., deputies getting training on people with intellectual disabilities
A Frederick County, Maryland, public school is dealing with some plumbing issues Tuesday morning.
Frederick County sheriff's deputies are investigating the death of a Westminster man whose body was found along the Urbana Pike in the Frederick area.
A "bottle bill," to be introduced in the General Assembly this week, could mean 5-cents back in consumers' pockets for each can or bottle they recycle in Maryland.
Car fishtails into tractor-trailer, killing driver, on snow-covered road near Emmitsburg, Md.
The number of pet adoptions and rescues from Frederick County's animal shelter has been falling over the past five years, leading to an increase in animals put to death.
Md. panel launches 'listening tour' aimed improving police interaction with the disabled
A federal appeals court is rejecting a Frederick family's quest for a new trial in the electronic stun-gun death of their son.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office says an 18-year-old Myersville man set a fire that destroyed a $250,000 home because he wasn't paid for a half-ounce of marijuana.
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