Frederick County News
Young women with disabilities showed their self confidence during the Miss Amazing Pageant in Frederick.
In the aftermath of tragedy, Colby Smith has emerged as a hometown hero
Duane Canter wants to draw attention to the sale in local stores of a substance that mimics the effects of marijuana
Police in Frederick say they've arrested a man who crashed his car into a home and then attempted to leave the scene of the crash.
The county is considering a legal battle against the state to avoid charging property owners for runoff cleanup efforts.
A struggling national housing market is not slowing proposed growth in southern Frederick County, where two projects could generate 1,710 new homes
The streets of Frederick are getting new pavement and parking meters.
Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli was a guest speaker Wednesday afternoon at Hood College. He talked about his experiences as a crew member of the International Space Station. Nespoli was in the area because he is attending the ceremony transferring the space shuttle Discovery from NASA to the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum Annex in Virginia Thursday.
A handful of area apiarists wearing pollen-colored shirts urged commissioners Tuesday night to "make bee space in Frederick County."
Catoctin Mountain Growers sells primarily to retail outlets, including Walmart, Sam's Club and landscapers, and offers a Saturday-only retail sale for the public.
A team of Japanese student drummers headlines a cherry-blossom event in Frederick's Baker Park.
Professional baseball includes plenty of behind-the-scenes actors not featured on trading cards, to hear Matthew Kastel tell it
Vince Brando has two passions in life: film and flying airplanes.
A meeting of world leaders is jeopardizing a field trip for hundreds of county students
Frederick County public school students will have a day off in May because of the G-8 summit being held at Camp David in Thurmont.
Every day, physicians and staff at Meritus Health Trauma and Emergency Services in Hagerstown see patients who are injured because a driver was not paying attention to the road, according to Mary Rizk, a spokeswoman for Meritus.
Long after the guns fell silent at Antietam, the earth yielded up gruesome reminders of the bloodiest day of the American Civil War: bodies, bones, buttons and entire severed limbs -- one of which is now the focus of intense study at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine.
WTOP's David Burd finds amazing things while he waits for his work assignments. This is one of them.
A Frederick man has been charged with stealing more than $20,000 in copper from a construction company last week.
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