Frederick County News
The story concerns pit bulls and the latest ruling from the Maryland appellate court that says "pit bulls and cross-bred pit bulls are inherently dangerous."
Brian Nelle is only in seventh grade, but his ingenuity has already made a difference in the life of a wounded veteran.
Jokes might have you believe that chickens are well-versed at crossing roads, but these days they are crossing entire zip codes, being mailed from chicken hatcheries and ending up in backyard coops.
Police in Frederick say a shooting outside a downtown tavern led to other complications when a passenger vehicle carrying the victim to the hospital crashed into a parked car on Dill Avenue.
Remnants of the Ballenger Creek Shopping Center's Superfresh grocery store remain, but the traffic that the now-gutted business once brought is long gone.
As warmer weather approaches, homeowners are being warned of a surprising door-to-door scam.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office says a student at Tuscarora High School has been arrested for allegedly assaulting a teacher. Eighteen-year-old Dale Weeks of Frederick has been charged with second-degree assault, disorderly conduct and disrupting school activities.
Hallmark does not make congratulatory cards for 68 years of work with the same employer, but if it did, Margaret Powers might receive one this week.
With the help of a quarter million dollars from the state, local officials have started to lay a financial foundation for a long-discussed downtown hotel and conference center.
Mastering a front flip is hard enough, but imagine then making a basket from across the basketball court.
A 1903 Indian motorcycle sold for $155,000 at a public auction Saturday at the Frederick Fairgrounds.
Catoctin Breeze Vineyard represents the ninth and newest Frederick County winery, and offers two table wines and three dessert honey wines.
Young women with disabilities showed their self confidence during the Miss Amazing Pageant in Frederick.
In the aftermath of tragedy, Colby Smith has emerged as a hometown hero
Duane Canter wants to draw attention to the sale in local stores of a substance that mimics the effects of marijuana
Police in Frederick say they've arrested a man who crashed his car into a home and then attempted to leave the scene of the crash.
The county is considering a legal battle against the state to avoid charging property owners for runoff cleanup efforts.
A struggling national housing market is not slowing proposed growth in southern Frederick County, where two projects could generate 1,710 new homes
The streets of Frederick are getting new pavement and parking meters.
Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli was a guest speaker Wednesday afternoon at Hood College. He talked about his experiences as a crew member of the International Space Station. Nespoli was in the area because he is attending the ceremony transferring the space shuttle Discovery from NASA to the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum Annex in Virginia Thursday.