Frederick County News
More than 200 residents and friends turned out for a party to wish Crouse well after 28 years of delivering mail to the Crestwood Village adult community.
2 dogs sought for livestock attacks near Frederick, Md.; toll includes 9 goats, 12 rabbits
Secrecy over Frederick college chief's ouster prompts public records dispute bound for court
Employees at Fort Detrick will have one less gate by which to access the post starting April 1, according to changes announced Monday.
Eighteen Frederick County schools will have wireless Internet access installed for the next school year.
Sylvia Hudson is 90 but that doesn't stop her from donning a wig and putting on fishnet stockings to impersonate Tina Turner.
Autopsy: Man with Down syndrome who died in Md. police custody had anger and heart issues
The residents of a historical part of Frederick, Md., are tired of traffic speeding down their street, so they are working to recruit more police enforcement to the neighborhood.
A Frederick County Sheriff's Office courthouse deputy is on leave after a member of his family shot herself with his agency-issued firearm
Family of disabled Md. man who died in custody disappointed by lack of charges
Prosecutor plans news conference in custody death of Down syndrome man in Frederick, Md.
Frederick County, Md., schools consider enhancing safety alert system
A Virginia company will add 1,100 linear feet of sidewalk, curb and gutter near Monocacy Middle School at a cost of $126,400.
Tractor-trailer overturns on curve, killing 1 person, near Union Bridge, Md.
A woman was struck by a vehicle while trying to cross over Key Parkway in Frederick early Sunday morning and police are looking for the vehicle that didn't stop.
Maryland lawmakers are considering bills to crack down on synthetic marijuana while at the same time, there is new energy behind efforts to legalize medical marijuana.
Amish volunteers help restore Catoctin Mountain Park cabins rich in historical value
Picture this: "Company XYZ Field" at Harry Grove Stadium. That's what the future for the Frederick Keys minor league stadium could hold.
Monsignor Steven Rohlfs, rector of Mount St. Mary's Seminary in Emmitsburg, picked the right country of origin but the wrong person in predicting who would become the next pope.
Call it Luckytown. For the third time in a year, a Middletown resident has won a large Maryland Lottery prize.