Frederick County News
Neighbors are trying to stop the expansion.
Frances Wilkins believes people today spend too much time with computers and not enough with other people.
A pilot on his way home to Maine made an emergency landing in a Maryland field when his small plane ran out of gas.
When the flood of mail following her contribution to a national animal welfare organization became a daily deluge, Eileen Gideon decided it was time to take matters into her own hands.
U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin is visiting one of the oldest Jewish temples in Maryland during a campaign swing through the western part of the state.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has ordered that the United States and state flags be flown at half-staff in memory of a soldier killed in Afghanistan.
The family and friends of a Maryland soldier killed in Afghanistan are remembering him at a funeral service in Woodsboro.
A bus driver who finished her route and drove home with a sleeping 5-year-old on board last week is facing disciplinary consequences, according to Frederick County Public Schools spokeswoman Marita Loose
Frederick County public school officials say a bus driver who drove home last week with a sleeping 5-year-old girl on board is facing disciplinary action.
Frederick Republican Delegate Kathy Afzali is jumping into the growing GOP primary to run for the 6th Congressional District in western Maryland.
A Mississippi truck driver who caused four collisions and hit a police cruiser during a drug-fueled chase through Maryland on Interstate 81 was sentenced Monday to 21 years in prison after he thanked authorities for forcing him to stop.
Local officials are decrying what they say is a burdensome state watershed cleanup plan they say could cost almost $4 billion to execute in Frederick County
The depression, anxiety, sleep problems and other symptoms experienced by former Army Spc Paul Raines are not uncommon for those returning from war
Maryland State Police arrested four men Saturday in connection with the death of a Rocky Ridge man who was attacked at a Keymar bar in August and later died
Paul Raines saw a close friend burn to death after an explosion in Baghdad Another soldier in his unit was shot in the neck, and Raines experienced almost daily mortar and rocket attacks
Occupy Frederick supporters are asking residents to move their money to a local bank or credit union today
Fire officials say an 18-year-old has been arrested in a fire at his grandmother's house in Hagerstown.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office say a man left his two young children, including an infant, in a car while he went shopping.
Problems with skateboarding and trick biking in historic Frederick has caused some city leaders to propose new fines for infractions.
Maryland's Board of Public Works has approved $19 million for wastewater treatment plant upgrades in Baltimore City and Carroll, Frederick and Anne Arundel counties.