Frederick\’s five-year effort to identify scofflaw owners of rental properties and force them to bring their buildings up to city code will take at least 90 more days, but it has new direction.
Quintin Bullock, a finalist for the president\’s job at Frederick Community College, says he wants to make \”a difference.\”
The medical license of a Frederick physician was revoked months ago, but a website is still advertising the doctor\’s services to those browsing the Internet.
Frederick detectives are turning to an elite international crime-solving society based in Philadelphia to help them solve a more than 2-decades-old area murder.
A Fort Detrick watchdog group is pushing for legislation that would require private, nonprofit and academic laboratories working with potentially hazardous materials to be licensed and regulated by the state.
Changes to Thurmont sewer rates could become a reality for town residents as early as April.
The City of Frederick announced the release of Transparent Frederick on Tuesday.
The talk of the town in New Market is the return of a restaurant many consider the anchor of the town\’s retail main street.
The economy has taken its toll on many businesses, and Treeland Nurseries is one of them.
A fire caused heavy damage to a home in the 9000 block of Ritchie Court in Ijamsville Sunday night.
It took more than 70 years for Jim Jeffrey to get back on the dance floor. Now, nothing holds him back.
Matt Lerner relies on the wink of gold bullion to draw shoppers into his downtown Frederick coin shop But lately, the gleam in stores like his has attracted some unwanted attention from state lawmakers
As police continue to investigate who is responsible for racist graffiti found earlier this month near Brunswick, residents have their own ideas about why the culprit vandalized the road
The Maryland Department of the Environment is looking into \”potential violations involving operations and procedures\” related to a municipal waste incinerator at Fort Detrick, a state spokesman said this week.
WTOP\’s David Burd reports
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