Frederick County News
A well-placed toll on U.S. 15 could help the highway pay for its own upgrades, a Maryland senator from Frederick County believes
A 20-year-old Adamstown woman died Thursday morning from injuries suffered in a Christmas Day crash in Virginia
Maryland health officials have confirmed the state's first hypothermia-related death of the winter.
State officials say a national security contractor is cutting 25 jobs in Frederick.
Frederick police say they've made a second arrest related to the shooting of a teenage boy.
Suzette Taylor-White said her prize-winning horse, Zippos Fancy Dancer, had a personality that too few owners understood until she found him four years ago
The president of the Frederick County branch of the NAACP plans to hand over the reins to a successor over the next year or so.
An intense winter storm pelted western Maryland with up to 9 inches of snow Wednesday, slowing post-Christmas travel and forcing some to seek shelter as the precipitation changed to sleet and freezing rain.
There are family trees -- and then there's the Linganore High School family tree, a project the school started to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Perceived state interference in local growth issues drew fiery language from Frederick County commissioners Thursday, with one saying leaders in Annapolis should mind their own business.
Frederick police have arrested a man they say kicked a 3-year-old girl in the head.
At least four area school systems have posted notices about security on their homepages in an effort to squash rumors swirling on social media.
For Monica 'Shonda' Gosnell, the price of a West Coast trip and a TV game show appearance was exactly right
The Homes for America plan to build affordable apartments in Emmitsburg for senior citizens is still on schedule to break ground in February, company representatives told town commissioners Monday.
Frederick police say four men were arrested after a man with a revoked license tried to elude police.
A Howard County man has been sentenced in Frederick to 40 years in prison for wounding a man and shooting at a police officer in 2005.
A man has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in the shooting of a fast-food restaurant manager.
Vandals ruined the lights and decorations of one family.
Without a trial, prosecutors got the verdict they'd hoped for all along: guilty of first-degree murder
A recent study finds that a new horse park remains vital to growing Maryland's equine industry and suggests linking a network of existing facilities rather than creating a large singular facility.
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