Frederick County News
Police in Hagerstown say four recent shootings are part of a gang feud.
Virginia marks Cave Week to highlight 4,000-plus known caves in the state
Frederick biomedical education program for secondary school students earns state honor
Frederick Mayor Randy McClement has vetoed aldermen's vote to hire a fulltime support staffer to help them with legislative work.
Crime victims in Maryland are being mourned this weekend at statewide memorial services.
Two dogs responsible for preying on dozens of livestock in Frederick County have themselves been killed.
Private developer could build new Interstate 70 interchange east of Frederick
Organizers of the Frederick Running Festival say they expect the event to go on as planned in the wake of the deadly bombing at the Boston Marathon.
City of Frederick begins installing 25 bike racks along Market Street corridor
Thieves crash stolen truck into supermarket in failed ATM theft
A developer in Frederick is says a third Wal-Mart store would reverse the decline of the Golden Mile retail strip along U.S. 40 on the city's west side.
A gun rights group is taking aim at the town to try to force a change in its firearm restrictions.
The developers of the Frederick Towne Mall property say building a Wal-Mart is the solution for redeveloping the commercial stretch of U.S. 40 in the city known as the Golden Mile.
A man serving two life sentences for killing a man and a woman in Harford County in 1981 is asking for a new trial.
Frederick could get a bicycle and pedestrian path to Mill Island as part of the East Street Rails With Trails project.
Correction: Middletown-Home Raffle story
The Frederick News-Post is alleging in a lawsuit that Frederick Community College is illegally withholding information about the ouster of the school's president.
Frederick officials holding open house to present information on new urban trail plan
Frederick city police say three juveniles are recovering from injuries they suffered in a brawl involving 10 to 15 youths.
The year seems to be starting off well for the building industry, according to a report by a Frederick County housing professional