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A Federal Facilities Agreement has been signed to clean up the contamination at Ft. Detrick.
An organization trying to connect activities at Fort Detrick to cancer cases in the immediate area of the Army post is offering a reward to anyone who can prove tests conducted were done improperly.
Fort Detrick officials want to reassure the public that 17 pounds of Agent Orange tested between 1944 and 1968 are not a health risk.
Fort Detrick and Maryland's other military installations are faring well despite the economic recession and a national effort to shrink the size of the military, according to two speakers at Thursday night's Fort Detrick Alliance Annual Sponsors Appreciation Dinner.
According to the state of Maryland, there is no evidence of a cancer cluster near Fort Detrick. Frederick resident Carrie Legge is one of many who isn't convinced.
The money will go to a research consortium at Fort Detrick.
Army researchers at Fort Detrick tested methods of spraying the dangerous herbicide Agent Orange at various locations outside the fort, a four-year-old report reveals.
Fort Detrick contributed $1.7 billion to the state economy in the federal fiscal year 2008, according to a new report on the economic impact of military installations in the state.
Frederick area residents want to know what's going on at Fort Detrick
The Frederick County Chamber of Commerce hosted Fort Detrick officials for a Friday morning breakfast, hoping to learn more about the effects of billions of dollars of construction and work-force expansion at the Army post.