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As the weather turns balmy and people begin to traverse more wooded areas, health officials are reminding them to watch out for the nation's most commonly reported disease transmitted by ticks, mosquitoes or fleas: Lyme disease.
Rescuers on Saturday freed a woman who became trapped inside a sinking Ford Escort after the car veered off the road and plunged into a pond at a Frederick retirement community, police said.
Instead of breakfast at Tiffany's, it was cocktails at Colonial Jewelers, but there were still hundreds of Audrey Hepburns in Frederick on Wednesday night.
Maryland State Police have identified the motorcyclist killed in a crash Thursday night as a Washington resident.
Tami McKinney's first child three years ago was born relatively quickly. So quickly, in fact, that the Mount Airy family said McKinney's next child would be born on the side of the road. They were just joking.
The father of an infant girl discovered dead in Brunswick has been arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder and child abuse.
The blizzard baby boom has begun at Frederick Memorial Hospital. The number of births is up, and the FMH Birth Place staff is scrambling to find room for all of the expectant moms.
Frederick police have charged a 27-year-old Laurel man with rape, sex abuse and assault in a case involving a 10-year-old girl, according to Frederick County District Court documents.
A Frederick man remained hospitalized Saturday night under strict observation, 24 hours after police had to wrestle his toddler from his grasp to save the boy's life, according to the Frederick Police Department.
Two people were taken to Frederick Memorial Hospital after a two-vehicle collision Saturday in Monrovia.