Frederick County News
Frederick County public schools have received a federal grant to start a summer learning program for students at Monocacy schools.
Maryland education officials have approved changes to the state's discipline policy that are intended to reduce suspensions and expulsions.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office is investigating a bloody melee early Tuesday morning that sent four people to area hospitals, including three who were suffering from stab wounds.
Frederick County authorities say about 60 people were involved in an outdoor brawl that left four young men injured, including one who was seriously stabbed.
A 1933 graduate of Maryland's Hood College and her husband have left more than $640,000 to the school for the establishment of a scholarship fund.
Worcester County has canceled a burn ban that has been in effect since the first week in July.
The chief environmental officer at Fort Detrick says the Army has no plans to post signs warning of potential chemical contamination in surface water.
To help cope with their grief, Ashley Eyler's family members made a list of things they were thankful for after her death last summer
On Saturday, about 900 fans of craft beer, live music, hip food cart fare and the brilliant and cutting work of the late Hunter S. Thompson joined together at Flying Dog Brewery for Gonzofest 2012, a brewery representative said.
Frederick officials have put the brakes on renewing a contract for red-light cameras in the city.
A Thurmont man has been sentenced to four years in prison for his involvement in the attack of an employee with a medieval-style ax and a drug operation.
The Spring Ridge Sharks swim team is different than most swim teams. The coaches learned sign language to help the five deaf swimmers on the team.
That rushing sound is the wind slicing past Air Force Maj Jim Weinstein's helmet
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office had reason to arrest a school resource officer accused of having sex with a student in 2011, a judge decided Tuesday
The sale of more than 400 acres in Thursday was approved Tuesday night by town officials.
Frederick officials will use a bird gun to scare the animals from the Split Rail Court area.
Frederick activated its bird-scare program this week on a quiet tree- lined street in the Hillcrest area that reportedly has a bird problem.
"I think people are becoming more and more educated to the benefits of building a more green, energy-efficient home," said Mark Lancaster, owner of Middletown-based Lancaster Craftsmen Builders.
Starting Monday, MARC Brunswick Line passengers will have to adjust their routines. Some trains will leave earlier than in the past.
A jail in Maryland's Frederick County is installing solar panels that will be used to heat water for the facility.