Frederick County News
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.
Proposed Frederick, Md., trash incinerator now projected to cost $471M, up $6M
Man, 18, charged with arson in Myersville, Md., house fire; drug deal gone bad, police say
Chef Bryan Voltaggio closes Lunchbox restaurant in Frederick, has plans for future site
Police: man arrested in Frederick after exposing himself at Marc train station
Dismissal motion says Md. Down syndrome man was trespassing when he died in custody
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office says it has arrested 27 people from four states on drug-related charges, mostly involving heroin.
Frederick, Md., sheriff's office suspends 2nd deputy this week; charged in W.Va., slots theft
Frederick, Md., sheriff's deputy suspended after assault charge; claims it was self-defense
Mount St. Mary's bell will likely ring for Christmas at school's fire-damaged chapel in Md.
Frederick, Md., Mayor McClement begins second term with inauguration ceremony
Almost three years ago, a moderate snowfall blindsided Washington because it fell quickly on congested road, preventing plows from getting through. Frederick experienced a similar phenomena Sunday and commuters could experience the Carmageddon of 2011 all over again Tuesday morning.
Frederick commissioner seeks to repeal prohibition on rifle hunting for deer in part of county
Frederick leaders approve naming-rights deal for minor-league baseball stadium
Frederick County jail inmate accuses fellow inmate of assault, says he required surgery
Work beginning on final phase of Frederick, Md.'s downtown Carroll Creek Park
Police investigating after 10-year-old girl struck by passing car in Frederick
A Maryland homebuilder praised by Gov. Martin O'Malley for its environmental innovation says it's struggling financially because it grew too fast.
A hospital spokeswoman says a Brunswick man shot by a city police officer remains in critical condition at Shock Trauma in Baltimore.
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