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Former Frederick residents are gearing up for a town hall meeting Saturday to discuss the possibility that Fort Detrick caused three cases of cancer in their family
With the Base Realignment and Closure plan set to bring tens of thousands of new jobs to Maryland, the state started a new, $100 million initiative to attract homeowners.
Tags: BRAC , home loans , Carroll County , Montgomery County , Baltimore , Anne Arundel County , Prince George's County , Harford County , Howard County , Cecil County , Base Realignment and Closure , Darci Marchese , Colleen Kelleher
Suburban Maryland counties had the state's biggest population growth over the last decade, and Hispanic residents represented the largest increase, according to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Wednesday.
Tags: Phyllis Marcuccio , U.S. Census , Maryland , Montgomery County , Rockville , St. Mary's County , Charles County , Maryland Department of Planning , Andrew Ratner , Curt Anderson , Howard County , Michelle Basch
Frederick County's Board of Commissioners has voted to stop funding its Head Start program, and some may be surprised by part of the argument why.
Nearly five days after Wednesday's storm knocked out power for thousands across the D.C. area, Pepco is still working to turn the power back on for many of its customers.
The eye-catching property off I-70 perhaps most noticed for its roller coaster and other attractions, has transformed into a winter wonderland.
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But the speed limit near the troubled intersection may be lowered.
Two Interstate 70 rest stops closed for renovations since April 2008 are set to reopen Wednesday as the state's first 'green' welcome centers.
It wasn't a Father's Day gift or joke, but it sure has folks in New Market laughing.
LEWISTOWN -- A new Frederick County commissioner candidate is stressing collaboration between county, city and school officials