Frederick County News
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
Frederick County senators Wednesday took opposite approaches to a budgetary package that would establish widespread tax increases and ask counties to take on millions of dollars in teacher retirement costs.
A Frederick County jury found a 52-year-old man guilty of three counts of felony sex abuse of two children he helped to care for, the State's Attorney's office said in a news release today.
Frederick officials have approved a hospital's plan to build a 420-space addition to its parking garage.
The G-8 leaders will be talking about global financial stability, but their weekend at Camp David could be anything but stable for the local business community.
Military medical experts at Fort Detrick are marking progress against an enemy most of us have encountered: the common cold.
Your tax dollars pay for public schools and two new reports are shedding some light on cases where those dollars may not be watched closely enough.
The sap is rising at Cunningham Falls State Park near Thurmont.
The man charged with robbing a Frederick bank on Friday was found hiding under a pool deck attached to Melanie Bittner's house in the Robin Meadows subdivision.
There is no cause for alarm, county officials say, but three panic buttons have been installed at Winchester Hall.
Frederick Community College says it has chosen an official from the College of Southern Maryland as its new president.
The Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo near Thurmont says it's planning an expansion.
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