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The Maryland State Board of Physicians suspended the medical license of Dr. Nicola M. Tauraso. He frequently prescribed high dosages of oxycontin, an investigation found.
About 940 positions will be lost -- the biggest loss for a Frederick employer at one time.
Denise Portis of Frederick didn't think twice about taking her certified hearing dog, Chloe, with her into the Francis Scott Key Mall to do some shopping, but twice the hearing-impaired woman was asked to leave.
Chris O'Callaghan, 51, of New Market was flying at the Soaring Society of America's 15-meter national championship in Uvalde, Texas, according to the AOPA Web site.
Photographer Bill Adkins says he got "dragged kicking and screaming into the digital age."
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A new $5 million, 28,000-square-foot retail center will bring in a Wegmans supermarket, a Marshalls department store and a Lowe's home improvement store.
Criminal charges have been filed against an inmate accused of assaulting a convicted child sex offender June 24, just as Jonathan M Bonita was beginning an 18-month sentence at the Frederick County Adult Detention Center.
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The blaze collapsed the roof and a portion of a wall of a South Carroll Street building despite the best efforts of firefighters from 25 companies.
After Robin and Geoffrey Seidel tied a yellow ribbon around their mailbox in Walkersville, neighbors did the same.
Spontaneous combustion of a dead plant in a hanging planter is being blamed for a Sunday afternoon fire that caused damage estimated at $3,000 to a townhouse on Chase Court.