Frederick County News
Frederick County officials say some money earmarked for school technology improvements may be spent on a more urgent need: more toilets.
A Frederick woman is charged with child abuse in the November death of her 3-month-old son.
A Frederick County dairy farm is settling federal accusations that it violated banking laws designed to curtail money laundering.
The blues are on tap in Hagerstown as the Western Maryland Blues Fest opens for a 17th year.
Officials at Fort Detrick in Frederick say they're adding filtration equipment to a pair of trash incinerators after the Maryland Department of the Environment alleged violations of their operating permit.
For Susan Hanson, the gravel roads of Frederick County lead to a slower time and place.
The Republican president of the Frederick County Commissioners says he has formed a fundraising organization for a likely gubernatorial bid.
It is no mystery how the Walkersville Southern Railroad keeps history alive, but train riders Saturday did get their catered meal with a mysterious twist.
Blaine Young intends to run for governor.
Police in Baltimore say they pulled over a man for driving the wrong way on a street and that when the man opened the door told police he'd been shot. The man later died.
A young black bear wandered into Emmitsburg this week, stopping for a snack before roaming back into the woods
Gail Slezak, chancel choir director at the Church of the Brethren, is retiring after more than 42 years of service to the church.
A heritage tourism and educational group is using videos made by some Maryland middle-school students to spotlight the importance of connecting children with history.
Frederick County officials are praising clarifications to PlanMaryland, a statewide development plan criticized by many local officials from rural parts of the state.
Frederick County is renewing its push for privatization of some government services with a proposal to contract for maintenance of a county park.
Walkersville High School junior Chris Sniezek enlisted in the military when he was 10. The now 17-year-old Civil War re-enactor said his love of history has kept him interested in the hobby throughout his adolescence, although he's one of a few people in his age group involved with it.
Two security guards were arrested after allegedly assaulting a man in the parking lot of a restaurant in Frederick.
Freedom of the press is a bit different at the G-8 summit.
The White House will look into reimbursing local law enforcement for costs associated with President Barack Obama's decision in March to move the G-8 summit to Camp David from Chicago.
Confronting an economic crisis that threatens them all, President Barack Obama and leaders of other world powers on Saturday declared that their governments must both spark growth and cut the debt that has crippled the European continent and put investors worldwide on edge.
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