Frederick County News
Brunswick already has a museum dedicated to rail travel, but next year the city will be the temporary home to a traveling Smithsonian Institution exhibit on the evolution of travel in America.
About 60 people protesting decisions by the Frederick County Commissioners to cut funding for various programs. The foursome did get some signatures from that group, as well as from passers-by.
A number of Myersville residents have formed a citizens group to oppose a proposed natural gas compressor station on Milt Summers Road, part of the Allegheny Storage Project.
During the Great Depression, President Franklin D Roosevelt deployed his 'Tree Army,' some 2 million young men who created parks and forestry projects across the nation
A Frederick family was surprised enough when a strange woman walked into their house in broad daylight and locked herself in a bathroom. Then she emerged from the bathroom naked.
Two brothers indicted Friday in connection with copper thefts face additional charges after being connected to similar crimes in the northern part of the county.
A Frederick man was indicted Friday in connection with the September stabbing of his roommate.
Carol Kelly will not let her backyard trees go down without a fight.
Ron Volpe had been telling alumni, athletes and students "don't stop believing" that a new athletic facility would soon be on campus since he became president of Hood College 10 years ago.
Former Gov. Harry Hughes and the Maryland Department of Natural Resources are dedicating a statue near Frederick honoring the Civilian Conservation Corps.
A former U.S. Navy lieutenant who thought she might be living in her car by the end of next week will remain in temporary housing in Gaithersburg after all, she said Thursday.
Yung Park didn't mind the early morning call Thursday informing him his store, Green Valley Wine & Spirits, had sold a $200,000 Powerball ticket.
An undocumented Salvadoran man's arrest on murder charges has spurred county officials to attempt to crack down on illegal immigration.
Frederick made a short-term change to its water and sewer fees Thursday to encourage all sorts of business ventures, aldermen said.
Kenya Smith of Frederick is a U.S. Navy veteran who might be homeless come Veterans Day.
The Lewistown woman charged with animal cruelty after nearly 90 cats were removed from her house filed a petition in Frederick County District Court asking to have the remaining animals returned, Animal Control Director Harold Domer said Wednesday.
A cancer cluster questionnaire from a University of Maryland student may end up in your mailbox before 2011 comes to an end.
When Heather McFadden read the script of 'The Laramie Project,' about the 1998 murder of gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard several years ago, she was impressed by the power of the piece.
Daniel and Pat Herbst's tractors are not just stored in their shed They can also be found in the living room and foyer of their Frederick home
A Maryland man severely disabled by a heart attack died hours before a court hearing Wednesday to determine whether his feeding tube would be removed, lawyers for both sides said.