Frederick County News
A Maryland School for the Deaf teacher from Frederick is leading a rally in support of allowing the deaf and hard-of-hearing to serve in the U.S. military.
City of Frederick won't increase recycling service pickups after looking at data and cost
Loy's Station Covered Bridge in Thurmont damaged, closed for repairs
Frederick names Patrick Grossman, 17-year police department veteran, as acting police chief
Family cancels plan to build firing range near Sugerloaf Mountain in western Maryland
Frederick County schools expand pre-K program that includes students with disabilities
Frederick Police Chief Thomas Ledwell to retire next month
Mother of disabled man who died in deputies' custody joins campaign to oust Md. sheriff
A number of federal programs distribute excess military gear to local police and sheriff's departments who apply for it. In Maryland, state police coordinate the distribution and have a list of what's on hand.
Frederick police say a man shot by an officer during a traffic stop has been released from the hospital and is now in custody.
Frederick, Md., police are investigating incident in which police shot at driver who hit officer during stop.
Alonso Joseph Brazzley was slow to stop. When he did, he ran across traffic to a nearby motel.
Fort Detrick lab to study experimental Ebola drug
Development coming to home of old Cracked Claw in Urbana; historic home to be preserved
A Frederick man is facing drug charges after an off-duty police officer spotted him driving an RV erratically.
4 taken to burn centers after apartment fire in Frederick
Fort Detrick kicks off anti-terrorism awareness month
Frederick, Md., mayor highlighting transportation, development in State of the City address
Those driving in the area of Thurston Road in Frederick, Maryland can't miss the many signs put up in protest of a proposed firing range in a valley that backs up to Sugarloaf Mountain.
Fla. trucker gets year in jail for manslaughter in 2012 crash that killed 2
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