Frederick County News
Frederick, Md., scientist claims FDA stole trade secrets for food safety software product
Police say father was the shooter in Frederick County, Md., murder-suicide that took 3 lives
A watchdog group in Frederick is urging state licensing and registration of laboratories that handle certain deadly pathogens.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office says autopsies have concluded that the fatal shooting of three people in their home near the quiet, rural town of New Market was a murder-suicide.
A Silver Alert has been issued in Frederick County for an 81-year-old man.
Dry, windy conditions prompt Frederick County to ban all outdoor burning
Fort Detrick developer of vaccines against botulism agent and ricin toxin wins high honor
National Park Service sharpshooters target Catoctin Mountain Park deer in herd reduction plan
100 people get free flu shots at Frederick Rescue Mission
Frederick's Flying Dog Brewery is barking about its deal with the Warner Music Group to promote the indie rock band Dr. Dog.
Frederick County, Maryland joins the rest of the Baltimore-Washington region in a joint effort to combat drug crime.
Man rescued from trench after backhoe bucket falls at Frederick construction site
US targets 2 Md. counties for extra help in fighting drug trafficking
Man who stole money meant for crime victims sentenced to 6 months in jail
Exhibit includes slave sale document signed by Md.'s first governor, Thomas Johnson
A video production company is promoting its World War II documentary, "Rescue in the Philippines," with a Capitol Hill screening that includes a donation of used prosthetic limbs to the typhoon-battered nation.
The Maryland Republican Party says it sponsored a robocall targeting a Democratic candidate for the Frederick County Board of Aldermen.
Randy McClement wins second term as Frederick mayor with 49 percent of vote
25 chickens killed, 15 horses saved from Jefferson, Md., barn fire that destroyed 3 buildings
Maryland Department of the Environment Secretary Robert Summers is taking Frederick County to task for setting a token fee of 1 cent per residential or business property to help fight storm-water pollution.
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