Frederick County News
Blue jeans are the common denominator of American closets, and they're being used to create cotton fiber-based insulation for Habitat for Humanity houses.
The former pastor of a Montgomery County church is going to prison for molesting a 10-year-old girl.
JoS A. Bank Clothiers Inc. said Wednesday that its fiscal fourth-quarter profit climbed 8 percent as revenue improved.
Students at a western Maryland high school are raising money to help cover medical costs for a classmate whose left leg was amputated after he was hospitalized with a staph infection.
A civil trial is under way in Frederick to determine whether a Frederick County sheriff's deputy wrongfully shot a Taneytown couple's dog.
Nearly $1,300 has been raised as a reward for the arrest, prosecution and restitution of those responsible for vandalism at the New Market Cemetery.
Camp West-Mar is typically a camp used by the YMCA and Boy and Girl Scout groups. It's being offered as a place to stay when the G-8 Summit comes to Frederick County.
A reward has been increased for information leading to an arrest in the vandalism of a cemetery in Frederick County.
The burgess of the Frederick County town of Rosemont plans to resign after 11 months in office.
WTOP's David Burd reports
Frederick City Police say they have charged a Gaithersburg man after a traffic stop led to their discovery of marijuana and untaxed cigarettes.
When Destiny Dixon is handed an assignment to write eight to nine sentences, she usually writes a whole page.
Two Frederick County residents are charged with failing to provide proper veterinary care after abandoning eight dogs -- seven pit bull-mix puppies and an adult male dog -- alongside a road in Ijamsville.
While the Mid-Atlantic has been enjoying an early spring, it's not much fun for fruit farmers in the region.
St. Thomas More Academy just got a really big gift. A businessman donated the former Catoctin Inn & Conference Center to the academy.
Mitt Romney plans to visit Frederick next week, one of three stops the Republican front-runner will make during a quick swing through Maryland, his campaign confirmed Friday.
"Amateur Day." That's what Allen Byrne calls St. Patrick's Day, a holiday that some would expect the Irish-born Frederick resident to observe with green beer and plastic shamrocks.
Social media networks are atwitter with discussions about plans to occupy a park near the G-8 summit at Camp David in May.
Blaine Young knows he would be an underdog, but the Frederick County Commissioners president announced Thursday he will explore a run for governor in 2014.
Conditions at Glade Valley Golf Club in Walkersville, Md. were less than ideal when Jim and Nicholas Fox went out for a Sunday round on March 4