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Frederick (Frederick, Maryland)

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  • Health warning issued for Frederick lake

    Health warning issued for Frederick lake
    Visitors to Cunningham Falls State Park are being warned by the Frederick County Health Department that swimming, wading or splashing at Hunting Creek Lake could make them sick. Heavy rainfall and storm-water runoff have affected the lake's water...
  • For Young family, politics is a pastime

    For Young family, politics is a pastime
    Frederick voters may notice a theme to their primary ballots next month: Young for state senator. Young for county executive. Young for county school board. Young for state delegate. Politics, after all, is the Young family business. "I was driving...
  • Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Tuesday

    Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Tuesday
    A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect across Central Maryland on Tuesday evening, with risks of hail and damaging winds. Some severe storms formed by about 6 p.m., with storm warnings in Montgomery and Frederick counties and in Kent, Queen Anne's and...
  • District 44B candidates address residents' issues at Edmondson Heights forum

    District 44B candidates address residents' issues at Edmondson Heights forum
    Residents anticipating a prolonged discussion involving candidates for state delegate in District 44B did not have to endure sitting in library chairs at Edmondson Heights Elementary School for long on Thursday night. The evening forum lasted an hour...
  • Doctor's sex assault case spurs talk of background checks

    Doctor's sex assault case spurs talk of background checks
    Revelations that a former Catonsville doctor obtained his Maryland medical license despite having a rape conviction on his record is sparking a push for criminal background checks of physicians — a proposal that has failed and been ignored in recent...
  • State upholds suspension of Allegany doctor's license

    State upholds suspension of Allegany doctor's license
    The Maryland Board of Physicians upheld on Thursday its decision to suspend Dr. William Dando's medical license based on his indictment in Allegany County for an alleged sexual assault. Dando appeared before the board Wednesday and was given the chance...
  • Near Camp David, Thurmont's 85-year-old Cozy Restaurant calls it a day

    Near Camp David, Thurmont's 85-year-old Cozy Restaurant calls it a day
    Cozy Restaurant, an 85-year-old Thurmont eatery that claimed to be the oldest restaurant in Maryland still operated by its founding family, has closed. News of the restaurant's closing was first reported Monday in the Frederick News-Post, which said the...
  • Severe storms, tornado risks expected Wednesday evening

    Severe storms, tornado risks expected Wednesday evening
    Severe storms were moving south and west of the Baltimore area Wednesday evening, expected to bring threats of hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. A tornado watch has been issued for Allegany, Carroll, Charles, Frederick, Garrett, Howard,...
  • John L. Bell, civil engineer

    John L. Bell, civil engineer
    John L. Bell, a retired civil engineer who was a partner in the Baltimore engineering firm of Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, died April 28 of pneumonia at Anne Arundel Medical Center. He was 92. The son of the Rev. John Wesley Bell, a Methodist minister, and...
  • Horse killed in hit-and-run in Frederick Co.

    Horse killed in hit-and-run in Frederick Co.
    A horse was killed by a hit-and-run driver in Frederick County early Tuesday morning, Maryland State Police said. The animal was struck around the intersection of U.S. 15 and Auburn Road, police said. The driver of the vehicle fled the scene. No other...
  • Embracing West Coast means leaving Laurel far behind [Column]

    Growing up in Laurel, our son Andrew did all the stuff most kids do. He attended the Main Street Festival every year, still mourns the loss of the Laurel Art Center and rode his bike everywhere. Fast forward to now. We are sitting in a Thai restaurant...
  • Md. lures software firm Salsa Labs with $1 million investment

    Md. lures software firm Salsa Labs with $1 million investment
    A $1 million investment from a state economic development fund, which officials called the largest in the fund's history, is luring software company Salsa Labs and its 50 employees to Maryland. Salsa, which helps nonprofits carry out online fundraising...