Frederick County News
Why wait until Christmas? The red kettles that are the Salvation Army's holiday trademark are now out with bell ringers for Christmas in July.
The economic benefit of Civil War sesquicentennial events is expected to be huge, and businesses that incorporate historic observances into their marketing plans stand to reap the rewards.
Wood smoke, sauteed onions and body odor could combine almost anywhere
Julia Hutto Gilbert has worked in a veterinarian's office, but it was the 4-foot-long timber rattlesnake in her chicken coop that gave her a real scare.
The National Park Service says it's too hot for a Civil War anniversary event at the Monocacy (mah-NAH'-kah-see) National Battlefield near Frederick.
Dianna Butt is not a quitter. The 64-year-old Walkersville resident has worked her whole life to make ends meet.
A Maryland brewery says it plans to appeal a federal judge's decision that Michigan liquor commissioners are immune to a lawsuit over a beer with a name that's offensive to some people.
Nine years after her son's death, Terry Horman has written a letter to his killer
Lightning from a thunderstorm that swept through Maryland struck a home in Frederick County, starting a fire.
The Frederick County school system is phasing out a magnet-school program for academically gifted first and second graders.
The Board of Education had no qualms Wednesday with a plan to phase out the first and second grades of the elementary magnet program over the next three years
Malgo Schmidt, an Occupy Frederick member, and Steve Bruns, a retired postal worker who lives in Spring Ridge, plan to participate in a protest in Washington from Monday through Thursday to bring attention to changes that they say are causing the Postal Service to struggle.
'Let that monkey ride,' one baseball fan shouted as Tim Lepard and his monkey Sam made their way onto the field Friday night during a Frederick Keys baseball game
An 82-year-old steam engine is riding the rails for the first time in decades in Frederick County.
Chef Bryan Voltaggio opens a Frederick diner this weekend that will feature comfort foods.
Army officials say they hope to reduce Fort Detrick's reliance on the electrical grid by installing solar panels on an undeveloped part of the installation in Frederick.
Frederick Community College has approved a $47.7 million budget that includes tuition increases and employee pay raises.
Anyone who visits each of the seven creameries before Sept. 7 will have a chance to be named Maryland's Best 2012 Ice Cream Trailblazer.
Potential safety violations in a project to restore Baker Park's swinging bridge have spurred city officials to look into 'corrective action' and fueled discussion about whether private contractors should have played a greater role in the job
Candy Zentz's high school guidance counselor told her she would never make it in college, and pursuing vocational training would be her best course for her future.
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