Frederick County News
June 14 is Flag Day, and a good time to be reminded of proper etiquette for handling the American flag.
A longtime Frederick lawyer who was allegedly caught attempting to pay a woman for sex could walk away from any criminal charges, according to documents filed in West Virginia.
In a record-breaking year for The Community Foundation of Frederick County, more than $500,000 was presented to about 260 students Sunday at the organization's annual scholarship reception
Maryland natural resources officials and the National Wildlife Federation are pushing for more residents to slow the loss of wildlife habitats.
A Lake Linganore man charged with ramming a stolen SUV into the lobby of a D C building a few blocks from the White House told a security officer Friday he was trying to cause an explosion
Authorities say the man accused of driving an SUV into an office building in the nation's capital has been charged with arson and other counts.
Frederick County will offer training for people to recognize the signs of elder abuse.
There is no rest for two sides of a sleeping ban in Frederick parks.
Melvin Smith, charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of former girlfriend Tranice Richardson last year, made more than 1,400 telephone calls to Richardson in the four days before her death, prosecutors said Monday.
The owners of Emmitsburg Veterinary Hospital asked commissioners Monday to reconsider their proposal to create a dog day care and dog park.
The Frederick County Teachers Association is asking its members to vote on a proposed contract that the union opposes.
For the seniors at the Maryland School for the Deaf, it has been a journey taken together
Willie, a peacock that lived in Lake Linganore for as many as 14 years, was hit by a car and died Thursday evening
The Frederick Police Department on Friday released a new digital image of a woman who was found dead in a steamer trunk nearly 30 years ago.
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.
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