Frederick County News
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is joining a campaign for world hunger relief aimed at the Group of Eight economic summit at Camp David.
Opponents of America's use of unmanned aircraft against terrorism suspects are targeting Maryland politicians and the Group of Eight economic summit at Camp David.
A former Frederick County public school teacher is charged with molesting a student.
Frederick city has officially joined the ranks of bicycle-friendly cities around the country.
Maryland State Police say the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 just west of Frederick are closed due to an overturned tractor-trailer.
Perhaps it's fitting that Joe Cohen celebrates his birthday July 4.
Maryland police agencies say they may not be reimbursed for costs associated with next week's summit of the Group of Eight leading industrialized nations at Camp David.
A battle between wine lovers and Maryland legislators was finally settled in the most recent session of the General Assembly.
Hazardous materials crews responded to an ammonia leak at the Flying Dog Brewery early Thursday.
A Hagerstown man convicted of a 2004 rape in Frederick based on a DNA sample he submitted in Tennessee has been sentenced to life in prison.
Local YMCA leaders Monday announced they are taking the reins of a Head Start program in limbo since Frederick County relinquished control of it last year.
Frederick police are urging property owners to be prepared in case unruly mobs descend on Frederick during the upcoming G-8 summit, as happened in some G-8 host cities.
Barbara Schultze was never in a hurry to get married and didn't mind waiting The wait is over, and now the 70-year-old Frederick woman is ready to walk down the aisle for the first time May 27.
A friend of a slain U.S. Army captain is raising funds for a memorial to fallen service members in an Urbana park.
As the 19th annual Frederick Festival of the Arts approaches, organizers are seeking volunteers, event coordinator Tammy O'Connor said
At Sunday's half-marathon in Frederick, Lee Riley was the guy who made tartan the new Spandex.
A trip to the national tournament in Wildwood, N J , was on the line, but Saturday's marble shooting tournament at Middletown Park was anything but fierce
The Gettysburg Convention and Visitors Bureau estimates the 150th anniversary will attract 4 million people in 2013, but many visitors are expected to make the trek this year to avoid the 2013 crush, and local establishments hope to benefit from tourists coming through Frederick County on their way to the battlefields.
"Thirty minutes or less, and the meal is free."
Here's a challenge. Eat a burger meal in 30 minutes and your meal is free at Lohr's Family Restaurant in Frederick. It's the size of the meal that's the catch.
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