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Frederick County government is taking steps to reduce employee cell phone use while driving.
On Saturday evening, Michael Franzese stood before the congregation of the Frederick Church of the Brethren and told them how he had turned from the life of crime to a life of God.
The first year of early voting in Maryland got under way Friday with more than 14,000 voters casting ballots across the state in advance of the Sept. 14 primary elections.
Memories are fresh for some local residents five years after Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc on the Gulf Coast.
Maryland State Police have identified the man who died Saturday morning in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 340 near Md. 17.
When the Frederick resident began playing the drums at 13, she only dreamed of accompanying her favorite groups like The Monkees or Paul Revere and the Raiders.
If you speed past a school bus Monday, smile -- you might be on camera.
Freezing weather didn't keep Gretchen Heine from riding her bicycle during a nearly yearlong stay as an exchange student in Europe.
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Downtown Frederick's streetscape may soon find its way into a new book.
Employees at Fort Detrick's USDA lab are using their gardening skills to help the community, creating a People's Garden to grow produce for a local food bank.