Frederick County News
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.
A 30-year-old soldier from Woodsboro died Sunday in Afghanistan when a vehicle he was traveling in was hit by an improvised explosive device
Balancing a family and a job is not easy, but for Estee Delauter-Burgess, a wonderful family and a flexible schedule are a big help
Last summer, Rebecca Cool, 38, began photographing the people she sees in the streets and in her neighborhood in downtown Frederick.
The executive director of Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Frederick says $3,500 was stolen during a burglary.
When the CIA needed a cover story to extract six Americans from Iran during the 1979-80 hostage crisis, Tony Mendez devised a scheme that involved a crew scouting for a movie called "Argo."
Four rural Maryland counties say they're joining forces against a proposed statewide development plan called PlanMaryland.
Rich foods, glass baubles and tinsel, and exotic holiday greens capture the attention of cats and dogs, but all can pose a serious threat to their well-being.
Houses dripping with lights that draw electricity just didn't seem like Christmas to Paul Zanecki, chief executive officer of Nexus EnergyHomes Inc
Frederick teenagers have been charged as adults after police said the two entered a man's apartment and robbed him at knifepoint.
A gymnastics coach at a gym who was acquitted 10 years ago on sex charges involving minors is facing new allegations in Virginia, where he is charged with several sex offenses against underage girls.
A retired professor will bring a seasonal Civil War icon to life Saturday in downtown Frederick
The holiday season is here, and so is the annual increase in crime. This year, however, the problem is compounded by the tough economic times.
For some, nothing says winter like a hot bowl of hearty beef stew or chicken soup. But less fortunate families are lucky to see any type of meat on their dining tables this time of year.
Brian West had an intense love of snakes, one that may have led to his death 19 years ago. Animal Planet's "Fatal Attractions" will delve into West's life, from childhood to his death.
A Roman Catholic landmark in Emmitsburg that attracts pilgrims from around the world is getting a $2.7 million visitor center.
Frederick County prosecutors say they won't pursue theft charges against a Thurmont farmer accused of possessing stolen farm and construction equipment.
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