Frederick County News
About a dozen activists prepared banners for roadside demonstrations Friday in Thurmont, Md., under the eyes of authorities determined to keep them miles away from the Camp David presidential retreat where world leaders were gathering for a global economic summit.
The Prom 2.0 organizers said they felt "oppressed" at Brunswick's prom by the atmosphere, including the lighting on the dance floor and the music choice -- which included too much country, organizers said -- and the rules on dancing.
On Thursday afternoon, a day before this town is set to be at the center of the world stage, the streets were quiet.
It's arguably the most famous picture marking the end of World War II: Two strangers, a sailor and a nurse, kissing in the middle of Times Square on the cover of LIFE Magazine.
Farmhand Stanley Offord's artistic streak came from out of the blue 50 years ago: no guidance, no fancy art supplies, no art school.
Sherry Crockett is used to seeing deer, wild turkeys, foxes and raccoons in the woodlands that surround her home But a coyote -- now that was a bit of a surprise.
Officials expect no additional long-term road closures associated with this weekend's G-8 summit, Sheriff Chuck Jenkins said.
An organization seeking to draw attention to food security and poverty painted tweets Wednesday on Md 77 near Thurmont in advance of the G-8 summit at Camp David.
The Frederick Police Department and the Frederick County Sheriff's Office are warning citizens to be on alert after high school student reported a suspicious incident near Carroll Parkway near Baker Park Tuesday afternoon.
More than two dozen world leaders will join President Barack Obama in an extraordinary weekend of back-to-back summits to tackle Europe's mounting economic woes and solidify plans for winding down the decade-long war in Afghanistan.
A spokeswoman for Gov. Martin O'Malley says the Maryland State Police will have an increased presence in the area around Camp David for the Group of Eight leading industrialized nations meeting this week.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is joining a campaign for world hunger relief aimed at the Group of Eight economic summit at Camp David.
Opponents of America's use of unmanned aircraft against terrorism suspects are targeting Maryland politicians and the Group of Eight economic summit at Camp David.
A former Frederick County public school teacher is charged with molesting a student.
Frederick city has officially joined the ranks of bicycle-friendly cities around the country.
Maryland State Police say the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 just west of Frederick are closed due to an overturned tractor-trailer.
Perhaps it's fitting that Joe Cohen celebrates his birthday July 4.
Maryland police agencies say they may not be reimbursed for costs associated with next week's summit of the Group of Eight leading industrialized nations at Camp David.
A battle between wine lovers and Maryland legislators was finally settled in the most recent session of the General Assembly.
Hazardous materials crews responded to an ammonia leak at the Flying Dog Brewery early Thursday.