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A wandering African tortoise is back with its owner in Maryland after a nine-day, two-state odyssey.
A state-funded study concludes that conditions are favorable for a proposed hotel and conference center in downtown Frederick.
Frederick now prohibits skateboards in downtown and along the Carroll Creek Park. Violators could be fined.
Why wait until Christmas? The red kettles that are the Salvation Army's holiday trademark are now out with bell ringers for Christmas in July.
The Board of Education had no qualms Wednesday with a plan to phase out the first and second grades of the elementary magnet program over the next three years
Potential safety violations in a project to restore Baker Park's swinging bridge have spurred city officials to look into 'corrective action' and fueled discussion about whether private contractors should have played a greater role in the job
June 14 is Flag Day, and a good time to be reminded of proper etiquette for handling the American flag.
A longtime Frederick lawyer who was allegedly caught attempting to pay a woman for sex could walk away from any criminal charges, according to documents filed in West Virginia.
Walkersville High School junior Chris Sniezek enlisted in the military when he was 10. The now 17-year-old Civil War re-enactor said his love of history has kept him interested in the hobby throughout his adolescence, although he's one of a few people in his age group involved with it.
Farmhand Stanley Offord's artistic streak came from out of the blue 50 years ago: no guidance, no fancy art supplies, no art school.
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