Frederick County News
Ever since I saw my first big truck at the age of 4, I have had a deep-seated awe of big trucks and what they can do.
A landmark solar panel plant in Frederick is being dismantled.
Frederick police say a man tried to grab an officer's gun as police were arresting him on suspicion of trespassing.
A new web page is providing details about safety at biocontainment laboratories at Fort Detrick.
Maryland's second-largest city will be looking for a new police chief over the course of the next month.
Frederick police say they expect traffic congestion during the funeral procession of local civil rights leader Lord Nickens.
The number of flu cases confirmed at Frederick Memorial Hospital is already more than three times the total for last year
The city of Brunswick is forcing a resident to get rid of more than 20 quail and pigeons she keeps in a backyard coop.
Kobe, LeBron and Jordan have got nothing on Matt DeMember.
Two Frederick County Sheriff's Office deputies are on administrative leave after an officer-involved shooting early this morning left a home invasion suspect dead
A 28-year-old Frederick man who led police on a chase from Frederick to Thurmont last summer, injuring two, was sentenced to 10 years in prison Tuesday.
A Point of Rocks man says a song played several times recently by a local radio station is insensitive to the victims of the recent shooting in Newtown, Conn.
Three fitness trainers, who are also fathers, share their family exercise routines. From running, to bowling, to playing on a jungle gym, even families without a built-in personal trainer can find inexpensive ways to exercise together.
New Market town officials are considering an annexation that would double the Frederick County town's size.
Police say a Frederick woman has been arrested for allegedly passing counterfeit bills.
The former director of a shuttered workplace for developmentally disabled adults in Frederick is choosing to stay in jail rather than cooperate with a state-sponsored investigation of the center's failure.
About 20 people plunged into the Potomac River in Brunswick for the sixth annual Freezin' for a Reason charity event.
After 140 years in the same building in Monrovia, Providence United Methodist Church will be getting its first steeple.
A contest to give names to six tributaries of the Monocacy (mah-NAH'-kah-see) River has drawn more than two dozen entries.
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