Frederick County News
Frederick County is taking issue with a ban on state highway road signs telling motorists that the county is "open for business."
Occupy Frederick's weeklong stint camping along Carroll Creek in downtown Frederick ended as planned Saturday, according to participants Andrew Vache and Malgorzata Schmidt.
From Snookie to Lady Gaga, Frederick County dog and cat owners borrow heavily from pop culture when naming their furry friends.
A Poolesville man was sentenced to 18 months in jail Friday for driving a pickup truck into a crowd at a Monrovia drag strip
A man was shot early today during a fight in downtown Frederick, according to the Frederick Police Department
Despite population growth in the city of Frederick, violent crime has dramatically decreased.
Members of the Walkersville Homemakers Club sorted through their history at their club's final meeting earlier this month. After 91 years, the club is disbanding because of low membership.
A Frederick man is starting a 30-year prison term for sexually abusing a 1-year-old boy so badly the child needed surgical repair.
A federal jury in Baltimore has found a former Frederick County sheriff's deputy is not liable in a case stemming from a man's death after he was shocked twice with an electric stun gun.
The Frederick News-Post will resume publishing a Monday edition Feb. 6, nearly three years after suspending publication.
Maryland says Frederick County's signs are not compliant with state regulations, but County Commissioners President Blaine Young believes politics is playing a role in the rejection.
The defense rested Monday in the civil case filed against a former sheriff's office corporal in the Nov 18, 2007, death of a 20-year-old Frederick man he tasered twice after a disturbance.
Thurmont residents may see an increase in sewer rates soon. The money would be used to pay debts.
Managers for local theaters said patrons not only help keep the arts alive in the city of Frederick, but also have an effect on stores, hotels and other businesses.
Residents of 'the home of the iron horse' are getting a say in how their city will be known in the future
The Maggie's Mounties Maryland Special Olympics Polar Bear Plunge team is made up of alumni of the team's namesake college.
The owner of a golden retriever puppy shot and killed this month in Middletown traveled to Annapolis on Thursday to support a bill that would require convicted animal abusers to enter their names in a publicly accessible registry.
One New Market family's Christmas tree provided a post-season surprise this year
A group of residents opposing Maryland's congressional redistricting map say they're appealing part of their case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
WTOP's David Burd reports.