Frederick County News
Frederick Memorial Hospital has initiated measures designed to cope with changes in the medical field, including eliminating positions
A judge says a Maryland doctor accused of improperly touching patients must have his medical license reinstated.
It took five years of waiting, but patience has paid off - The Beach Boys are coming to The Great Frederick Fair
Frederick's mayor and aldermen are scheduled to consider the second request in as many weeks to annex land into the city.
Emergency personnel are responding to the scene of a crash involving a school bus on Md 75 between Old Annapolis Road and Glissans Mill Road near Libertytown, according to Frederick County Emergency Communications
School bus collides with vehicle near Libertytown, Md.; sends 5, including 4 kids, to hospital
Frederick restaurants offering lunch and dinner meal deals for Restaurant Week
Planes at Frederick County's airport could be grounded under sequestration and some people could lose their jobs.
Former Mayor Jennifer Dougherty confirmed she has begun collecting signatures to be on the ballot in November, but hasn't made a final decision on whether she'll run.
The Brunswick City Council considered Tuesday whether to approve a plan that would allow residents and interested groups the ability to maintain and care for the city's parks and open spaces.
Baseboard heater, drapes blamed for Md. fire that killed 2 young sisters
A community garden in the heart of downtown Frederick has been a dream come true for about 40 people who had grown produce on 18 plots for their families over three years.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Loudoun County, Northern Fauquier County and Frederick County, Md. and points west until 10 a.m. Saturday.
Woman, 20, charged with passing counterfeit $100 bills at Frederick businesses
As the case of a disabled man who died in the custody of off-duty sheriff's deputies comes one step closer to resolution, an attorney for his family says a different approach should have prevailed
KNOXVILLE -- Brunswick Auto Repair lost a longtime mechanic Wednesday after an explosion at the shop Brian Alan Snoots, 39, died after an industrial tractor tire exploded, according to Maryland State Police Police and emergency responders were called at about 8:30 a m Ten minutes later, Snoots was pronounced dead at the shop on Souder Road, state police said in a news release
A Frederick County support group is urging increased police training related to developmental disabilities after a man with Down syndrome died in police custody.
A 39-year-old Knoxville man died this morning at Brunswick Auto Repair after an industrial tractor tire blew up in his face Brian Alan Snoots was working at the shop when police and emergency responders were called to the area around 8:30 a m Snoots was pronounced dead at the scene at 8:42 a m , according to a Maryland State Police press release
Prosecutor promises thorough probe into death of disabled man in custody in Frederick, Md.
Brunswick, Md., auto shop worker killed by tire explosion
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