• Cattle killed after barn collapses at Ijamsville farm

    A farmer in Ijamsville says some of his cattle were killed when a barn collapsed under the weight of heavy snowfall.

  • Quaker values moved educator to open two schools

    Annette Breiling, who worked 12 years for
    Montgomery County Public Schools, wanted to
    from the time she was a child. Now, at 72,
    after founding two Quaker schools, she can look
    back on a life of accomplishments in education.

  • New study suggests creation of horse-park cooperative

    A recent study finds that a new horse park remains
    vital to growing Maryland\’s equine industry and
    suggests linking a network of existing facilities
    rather than creating a large singular facility.

  • Trial starts in Ijamsville dog neglect case

    Two Frederick County residents are charged with failing to provide proper veterinary care after abandoning eight dogs — seven pit bull-mix puppies and an adult male dog — alongside a road in Ijamsville.

  • Fire causes heavy damage to Ijamsville home

    A fire caused heavy damage to a home in the 9000 block of Ritchie Court in Ijamsville Sunday night.