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The first of three defendants accused of terrorizing a group of teenage campers in April is set to go on trial today in Frederick County Circuit Court
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Seven seventh-graders at Middletown Middle School spent their Friday afternoon competing in the first-ever "You CAN Do the Rubik's Cube" tournament in Washington.
After a string of bad luck last year, Shay Kelley, 24, redefined herself by buying a 1984 Ford pickup for $2,000 and deciding to travel to 50 states in 50 weeks to collect canned goods and other necessities for the homeless.
Gov. Thomas Johnson High School's marching band continues marching its way toward band competition awards and participation in a prestigious national band competition in Indiana.
In the next few weeks, if you spot a brand-new Chevrolet Cruze bearing the license plate TOY 2011, honk and wave to Urbana High School chemistry teacher Michelle Shearer.
Frederick's Oktoberfest 2010 is stuffing music, fun, people, beer and lots of food into the Frederick Fairgrounds through today
One shooting victim was found in the 200 block of Madison St. in Frederick according to Lt. Clark Pennington of the Frederick Police who was on the scene.
One man was stabbed and shots were fired during a fight outside a Frederick restaurant about 2:15 a.m. Saturday that involved as many as 50 people, according to the Frederick Police Department.
The sound of gunfire downtown at sunset Monday need not start a panic unless you are a bird
The health of a Lhasa apso-type dog that was left in a cardboard box next to an industrial trash bin Wednesday is improving now that she is being cared for at the county's animal shelter, said Harold Domer Jr , director of the Frederick County Animal Control Division