Frederick County News
The city of Frederick is considering changing the way it enforces restrictions on bicycling and skateboarding on certain city property.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested in Frederick after a Christmas night stabbing.
David Pennington's initial encounter with Wycliffe USA Bible translators in 2005 moved him to become a volunteer with the international organization, which works to translate the Bible into languages from around the world.
At sunset Monday, Frederick, Maryland will stage its 25th Candlelight Tour of Historic Houses of Worship.
Whether at home or abroad, military personnel and their families face a strain during the holiday season.
When word got out that county food banks were short on fresh meat, local hunters took to the woods, fields and farms to help provide venison for needy families.
A new ranking lists the Frederick-Gaithersburg-Bethesda area as one of the most secure metropolitan places to live nationwide.
Frederick City officials say water quality has improved in Carroll Creek and the Monocacy River after 3.5 million gallons of raw sewage spilled from a waste water treatment plant last week.
If you quit, Yasuko Walcott says, you won't survive as a first-generation immigrant.
Carolers at Frederick City Hall spread Christmas cheer.
Frederick County officials say a new emergency notification system for residents is ready for launch.
A karaoke craze is spreading in Frederick County thanks to Camille Kime, a local advocate for people with mental and physical disabilities.
Both lanes of Md 550 near Thurmont could reopen by June at the earliest -- one year after the highway initially closed by an April mudslide was opened to one lane of traffic -- according to the Maryland State Highway Administration.
The Frederick Police Department recently launched its new electronic ticketing system, which is designed to make issuing citations faster and more efficient
One day in the early 1990s, Diana Kaye walked into her local post office and was un- able to breathe
An ethics complaint has been filed against a Frederick County Animal Control employee who appears in a video praising a pet advocacy organization she co-directs.
On Friday, after almost three years -- except a few months while Dennis, 70, underwent heart surgery and recuperated -- the Lindseys are moving out of the hotel and back to their home in Mississippi.
A video of a Frederick County Animal Control employee touting a recently formed pet advocacy organization has resulted in an ethics investigation
Maryland State Police say a pickup truck overturned after the trailer it was towing was struck by a charter bus attempting to pass along eastbound Interstate 70, leaving three people injured.
Another Frederick County resident is among the fallen troops in the nation's war on terror with the death of a U.S. soldier from Woodsboro.
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