Frederick County News
A Frederick man is going to prison for life for fatally shooting his former girlfriend in front of her young son last year.
Federal prosecutors say a Frederick man has been indicted on charges of selling hypodermic needles online without requiring prescriptions.
A U.S. Agriculture Department official is visiting Frederick to promote National School Lunch Week.
Homewood at Crumland Farms is being joined by a new community.
Numbers starting to roll in in Frederick County indicate that September was a high-traffic month due to the 150-year anniversaries of both the Battle of South Mountain and the Battle of Antietam.
Frederick County officials say a 15-year-old boy has been charged with assault for bullying a high school student who was about to be interviewed on the subject by a television news crew.
The knitting group at Country Meadows Retirement Community estimates that, altogether, they've been knitting for 500 years or so.
At Summers Farm in Frederick County, the yearly fall adventure is taking place.
New Market town leaders introduced two annexation proposals Wednesday night that could expand the town by more than 397 acres.
There will soon be a second Wawa convenience store and gas station in Frederick.
Frederick County Commissioners President Blaine Young is looking to offer Frederick County as a testing ground for a voter identification requirement.
Beware - someone, or something, could soon be watching you.
This week, Frederick County's record-keepers will have to go on record, possibly to explain purchases of starlets' biographies or books about Texas Hold 'em.
Kelly Beins believed her daughter was ready for a change in schools.
As youngsters, David and Steve Castro camped on Antietam Battlefield and splashed in the Monocacy River. David recalls a time when Frederick was called Fredericktowne.
Farmers and scientists say stink bugs are back in a big way in Maryland.
As Forrest Gump said, you can tell a lot about a person by their shoes And more than 150 men who donned heels to walk a mile through downtown Frederick on Saturday were trying to send a very loud and clear message with their footwear
Crime in the city is statistically low, but with downtown gunfire last week, including the fatal shooting of an Urbana man, Frederick residents are concerned about safety
At age 5, Brian Scartocci wanted to be just like Elvis Presley, but as he grew older, Scartocci says he fell in love with soul music, baptizing himself in the smooth tones of rhythm and blues artists such as David Ruffin.
Book publisher PublishAmerica is celebrating the dismissal of a federal lawsuit alleging it deceived several authors with a false promise to show summaries of their books to "Harry Potter" creator J.K. Rowling.