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Annette Breiling, who worked 12 years for Montgomery County Public Schools, wanted to teach from the time she was a child. Now, at 72, retired after founding two Quaker schools, she can look back on a life of accomplishments in education.
A recent study finds that a new horse park remains vital to growing Maryland's equine industry and suggests linking a network of existing facilities rather than creating a large singular facility.
Frederick County authorities are investigating the theft of $130,000 worth of trucks and equipment from an Ijamsville landscaper.
Students at a western Maryland high school are raising money to help cover medical costs for a classmate whose left leg was amputated after he was hospitalized with a staph infection.
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.