Brunswick Administrator Rick Weldon resigns

Brunswick City Administrator Rick Weldon has resigned, making him the second city official to do so in the wake of last week's mayoral and city council election.

Tuesday - 08/14/2012, 10:00am EDT

Commercial solar project goes up at Thurmont firm

Thurmont has its first commercial solar energy project with the installation of a system at Federal Stone Industries.

Monday - 08/13/2012, 06:00am EDT

Maryland Chick-fil-A restaurant vandalized

Frederick police say vandals put stickers promoting marriage equality and a gay pride flag on the windows of a Chick-fil-A restaurant.

Sunday - 08/12/2012, 06:32pm EDT

Gay area Eagle Scout gives back his award

Frederick resident Steven Colella joined the Cub Scouts when he was 5, his first step on the journey to becoming a Boy Scout

Sunday - 08/12/2012, 06:00am EDT

Group seeks Frederick, Fort Detrick agreement

A watchdog organization wants Fort Detrick and the city of Frederick to agree on a time frame in which elected officials would be notified about emergencies on the post.

Saturday - 08/11/2012, 10:25pm EDT

Officials: Remains found had been burned

Skeletal remains found along New Design Road this week showed signs of having been burned, but little else is known about the deceased person or how he or she may have died, according to the Frederick County Sheriff's Office

Saturday - 08/11/2012, 06:00am EDT

Man charged with selling rotten meat from trash

A Maryland man faces criminal charges in Warren County, Va., for allegedly selling rotten meat from a supermarket garbage bin.

Friday - 08/10/2012, 11:03am EDT

Md. play casts Robin Hood as Occupy movement hero

Robbing from the rich and giving to the poor has made Robin Hood a hero of the 99 percent.

Friday - 08/10/2012, 06:15am EDT

Frederick Co. says water, sewer changes are 'business friendly'

One change gives small-business owners a payment plan option for water and sewer fees Another reduces the same fees for businesses that get LEED certification and reduce energy use.

Friday - 08/10/2012, 02:00am EDT

Frederick County, Md., teachers ratify contract

The Frederick County Teachers Association says its members have ratified a proposed contract for the upcoming school year.

Thursday - 08/09/2012, 02:49pm EDT

Worker finds human remains near Frederick, Md.

The Frederick County Sheriff's Office says it's investigating a discovery of human bones near Frederick.

Thursday - 08/09/2012, 01:39pm EDT

Md. man charged with molesting 3 girls

A Frederick man has been charged with molesting three underage girls.

Wednesday - 08/08/2012, 03:41am EDT

Civil War Trust to acquire land around Md. battlefields

Seven land tracts around Civil War battlefields in Maryland will be acquired by the thanks to funding from the state.

Wednesday - 08/08/2012, 02:00am EDT

Frederick man gets 27 years for arsons

A judge in Frederick has sentenced a man to 27 years in prison for setting a string of residential fires last year.

Tuesday - 08/07/2012, 04:30pm EDT

Md. spending $980,000 to preserve Civil War sites

Gov. Martin O'Malley is awarding $980,000 to help preserve 150 acres of Civil War battlegrounds in Frederick County.

Tuesday - 08/07/2012, 03:49pm EDT

Carroll County seeks alternatives to incinerator

Carroll County officials are seeking alternatives to participating in a waste-to-energy incinerator in neighboring Frederick County.

Tuesday - 08/07/2012, 03:38pm EDT

$1M market: How pricey properties find buyers

Real estate professionals say it's a buyer's market. But it's how they market pricey properties that makes the sale.

Monday - 08/06/2012, 06:00am EDT

Maryland Ensemble Theatre celebrates 15th birthday

When Tad Janes and Gené Fouché were working together with the Contemporary American Theater Festival in the '90s, they started talking about the kind of theater company they envisioned themselves being part of.

Sunday - 08/05/2012, 06:00am EDT

Celebrating with suds: Frederick's newest brewery holds inaugural festival

While major breweries may still dominate the American beer market, the craft beer movement has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, changing the focus from quantity to quality and offering consumers a seemingly endless variety of beer styles

Sunday - 08/05/2012, 06:00am EDT

Can the lottery be a win-win?

Rows of bottles and six-packs of beer cram Hillcrest Beer, Wine & Spirits, which sits along the Golden Mile commercial strip Owner Archana Gupta, a small, well-dressed woman with a tiny stud in her nose, stood behind the shop's orderly countertop flanked by 99-cent airplane bottles of liquor, lighters and other trinkets

Sunday - 08/05/2012, 06:00am EDT
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