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Frederick County drivers slowed down only for Mother Nature's wrath last year during the Dec 19 blizzard that dropped 2 feet of snow.
Kelly and Edward Carnine are used to top-notch barbecue They recently moved to Adamstown from Fort Hood, Texas, where people cooked out all the time and even diners served great barbecue.
A rash of recent farm thefts has members of the area farming community alarmed.
A row between an area fire company and a local contracting firm brought firefighters out to assure its community that money donated to them hasn't been money wasted.
The Frederick County Commissioners are moving forward with plans to reduce the expected increase to a fee the county charges for septic sewage disposal.
Anyone driving through Frederick Community College recently might have noticed a large tree towering above the rest near the conference center on the south side of campus.
A new interchange at Monocacy Boulevard (Md 26) and U.S. 15 in Frederick remains at the top of the city's wish list for state primary highway improvements.
In a gathering with fellow Republican leaders and supporters at Market Bagel and Deli on South Market Street, Ehrlich, with his wife, Kendel, beside him, talked about politics, his ties to Frederick and what he would do for families and small businesses as governor.
State leaders expressed sympathy for laid-off workers and concern about the global economy as news broke Friday that BP Solar was closing its Frederick manufacturing operations
Penalties for neglecting a child will be less than a Frederick delegate sought when he introduced a bill reforming the state's child abuse laws