Frederick County News
Alexis, Raquel and Sotiria Martinez have attended the same schools since each started kindergarten. Now they're going to school with their parents.
EMMITSBURG -- After 33 years as a painter, Rebecca Pearl saw her handiwork -- the original 150th Great Frederick Fair anniversary commemorative artwork -- sell for $13,000 Thursday at The Great Frederick Fair
A Frederick police officer must perform 48 hours of community service for crashing his patrol car while driving drunk off duty.
The city of Frederick has banned fishing around a heavily traveled one-mile portion of Carroll Creek due to safety concerns.
A roughly one-mile stretch of Carroll Creek is now off-limits to fishing.
Frederick County solid-waste managers are offering a grand prize worth $800 for the best photo promoting recycling.
What's in a name? Frederick's mayor and aldermen must now answer that question as they decide whether to sell the naming rights to the home of the Frederick Keys baseball team.
Dust off those overalls, the Redneck Games will start this Saturday at Crumland Farm in Frederick, Md.
A court has slightly reduced the $620,000 awarded in April to a Taneytown family whose dog was shot by a Frederick County sheriff's deputy.
Frederick city officials are considering hiring a Rockville-based firm to market naming rights to the city's minor-league baseball field.
Helen Wheat, who celebrated her 110th birthday Sunday, is the oldest resident at Homewood at Crumland Farms in Frederick
Frederick police have arrested a man after shots were fired during a melee outside a downtown sports bar.
Descendents of Civil War heroes re-trace the steps of their great-grandfather, who found lost orders from Gen. Robert E. Lee that a prominent Civil War historian calls the most notable moment when America's trajectory turned and its very future was reset at Antietam Creek.
The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting a minor earthquake shook eastern Frederick County near the Carroll County line, but area residents likely didn't even notice the minor quake Saturday morning.
His coins are not U.S. Mint, but they are worth some green.
Drivers heading up Interstate 270 to Frederick, Md. last Saturday probably wondered out loud "Hey? What's going on? Why is I-270 a rolling parking lot."
Frederick County is adopting a more aggressive growth plan that state planning officials consider an invitation to residential sprawl.
A two-year project begins Sept. 11 to widen the U.S. Route 15 bridge over Motter Avenue in north Frederick. Speed cameras will enforce the 55 mph speed limit, and issue $45 citations to any drivers traveling more than 12 mph over.
Frederick County is giving $100,000 to help Wells Fargo expand in the area, saying the company has many jobs.
An American Express subsidiary is suing a Maryland man who was jailed for months in Aruba in the suspected death of his traveling companion.
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