Frederick County News
Frederick police say a man who reported being stabbed and sexually assaulted made the story up.
When former correctional officer Robert Collins was asked to turn over his Facebook log in information to a superior, he was concerned that his rights were being violated
The latest budget for Frederick County Public schools is balanced, but teachers could receive some furlough days instead of the raise they were hoping for.
On Nov 9, 2005, a Hillcrest Elementary School student with a peanut allergy was given a peanut butter sandwich by a cafeteria worker at lunchtime
David Burd, WTOP reporter
Sheila Zeigler-Arnold met Don Cornelius when he was in Washington. He told Zeigler-Arnold she would get a chance to dance if she ever made it to Hollywood. A year later, the Damascus High graduate was there and Cornelius kept his word.
Lawyers for the parents of Jarrel Gray, a Frederick man who died in 2007 after being tasered by a sheriff's deputy, are seeking a new trial in the case.
When Gracie flew United Airlines to Japan in March 2010, it cost about $400 plus about a year of paperwork and planning
A Frederick County judge is affirming a decision blocking a key component of a proposed multistate power line.
Frederick County officials have passed an ordinance making English the official language of county government.
When Maryland State Police Trooper John Preston worked patrol from the Leonardtown Barrack in St Mary's County, he went on a ridealong with the department's aviation unit as part of a critical care medic class.
Frederick County has become the first county in Maryland to make English the official language of the government.
Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin traveled to Frederick Tuesday to hold a round table discussion on the transportation needs of the region.
U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin says Frederick Municipal Airport will be the first general-aviation airport in Maryland using new technology to track aircraft.
A Frederick man faces assault charges for allegedly beating another driver with his walking stick in a road-rage incident near Hagerstown.
Frederick city police say they're looking for the person who stole a vehicle from a repair shop and then rammed it into an automated teller machine in an apparent attempt to steal the cash inside.
Frederick chef Bryan Voltaggio has more than his share of experience with hungry people, and Monday he shared a bit of what he knows with state lawmakers
Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposal to increase the flush tax is not fair to small towns like Myersville, Mayor Wayne Creadick Jr. said.
Kate Leckie, the police and courts reporter at The Frederick News-Post for the past 17 years, died Sunday morning.
A celebrity chef from Maryland will lobby lawmakers in support of a school breakfast program.