Frederick County News
The rhetoric is running hot ahead of a Maryland Department of the Environment hearing on a proposed waste-to-energy incinerator near Frederick.
WTOP's David Burd reports from Frederick.
Using public transportation instead of driving could save commuters an average of $10,502 a year, according to the American Public Transportation Association.
Three Linganore High School seniors can now say they've done work for the FBI.
Three Linganore High School seniors can now say they've done work for the FBI. Helen Snell, Alex McCaslin and Kate Russo teamed up to design a logo for the Baltimore bureau's newly formed Cyber Task Force Their finished work will be featured on staff uniforms, letterhead and ceremonial items.
At first glance, a public notice seeking financial assistance to support a movie theater's technical upgrade may seem strange, but think again.
At 85, Eugene 'Smitty' Smith still drives an 18- wheel tractor-trailer truck, picking up milk from area farms and delivering to creameries for Clouse Co. in Frederick.
Have you seen Simon? You might not have met him in person, but there's a pretty good chance you've seen him on Facebook.
A jury in Frederick has cleared a Maryland State Police trooper in a wrongful death trial stemming from shooting in Libertytown in 2010.
A Frederick County commissioner says he ignored a local ethics board ruling barring his construction firm from doing work subject to county inspection.
Owners of the hospitals in Frederick, Hagerstown and Cumberland say they're studying the possibility of joining forces for their continued stability.
A Thurmont man is spending two months in jail for killing his friend in a crash that apparently prompted the remorseful driver to attempt suicide.
Imagine a scavenger hunt where you search for clues with the aid of multimillion-dollar satellites instead of paper maps.
After more than four decades working with eight superintendents, Stephen K Hess has accumulated historical and institutional knowledge about Frederick County Public Schools that his peers say will be irreplaceable when he retires
Sugar beet molasses will cover the highway this winter.
Brenda Tillery was doing what she could for her Frederick neighborhood before community policing came to town and downtown revitalization programs existed.
More than a month after his swearing-in, framed photos, paintings and commendations remain stacked on the side table next to a couch in Chief Kim Dine's expansive office at United States Capitol Police headquarters.
Troopers from the Frederick Barrack of the Maryland State Police are investigating several thefts from unlocked vehicles in Walkersville.
Frederick County lawmakers voted to support a bill releasing the county from charging property owners a stormwater runoff fee.
The city of Frederick has a new police chief.