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Frederick (Frederick, Maryland)

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  • Impact of Maryland snow to linger amid cold temperatures

    Impact of Maryland snow to linger amid cold temperatures
    Residents across Maryland haven't felt the last wintry bite of the snow that lashed the state Tuesday: Its impact will linger through the weekend due to frigid temperatures. Much of the snow, which measured 7 inches at BWI Tuesday night and topped 11...
  • River Hill wrestling overpowers Oakdale, 39-28

    River Hill wrestling overpowers Oakdale, 39-28
    River Hill's Logan Kirby doesn't put much weight on scouting when it comes to wrestling. The Harvard-bound senior has wrestled at 195, 220 and 285 pounds this year, so preparing for a specific opponent amounts to wasted energy in his mind. "We wrestle...
  • Creepy street names unlikely to scare away buyers

    Creepy street names unlikely to scare away buyers
    Even in dappled autumn sunlight, Fear Avenue in Northwest Baltimore looks a bit desolate. People are scarce, homes and businesses can be counted on one hand, and the traffic that flows heavily on nearby Reisterstown Road seems but a trickle on this...
  • Westminster IT company recycles computers for charity

    Westminster IT company recycles computers for charity
    Instead of spending more than $3,000 on pizza over the past three years, Westminster-based NoWorriesIT has put that money toward another use. NoWorriesIT is in the midst of its sixth Recycling Computers for Charity drive, which collects used computers...
  • Traffic: Emergency roadwork on MD 147

    Traffic: Emergency roadwork on MD 147
    The state Department of Transportation said that emergency roadwork in Baltimore County on MD 147 South at Putty Hill Avenue that began on Wednesday continued Thursday morning. The Maryland Transit Administration reported minor local bus, mobility...
  • No. 5 Mt. St. Joe beats St. Paul's in overtime in basketball, 74-71

    No. 5 Mount St. Joseph (19-3) outscored St. Paul's 9-6 in overtime to win, 74-71, in boys basketball Saturday night. Iba Camara scored a game-high 20 points for St. Paul's (8-6). Jordan McNeil had 17 for the host Gaels. No. 1 City 75, Stonewall...
  • Critics say wrong number is latest failure of Md. health exchange

    Critics say wrong number is latest failure of Md. health exchange
    Critics said Saturday that the latest problem to hit Maryland's online health exchange — an incorrect help-line number that directed hundreds of callers to a Seattle-based pottery business — was another symptom of the poorly operating website....
  • Jaclyn Jacobsen weds Ryan Finley

    Bob and Maureen Finley of Bel Air announce the marriage of their son, Ryan Michael, to Jaclyn Ann Jacobsen, of Frederick on Aug. 3, at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Parkton. Finley is a graduate of the John Carroll School and the University of...
  • Former Carroll delegate files for District 5 seat

    A former delegate and Maryland parole commissioner has filed her candidacy for District 5 of the Maryland House of Delegates. Carmen Amedori, 58, announced her intention to run in a news release Monday. She is the sixth Republican and seventh...
  • Gansler's shoot-from-the-lip style makes him unsuitable for governor [Letter]

    Gansler's shoot-from-the-lip style makes him unsuitable for governor [Letter]
    For Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler to liken Obamacare's implementation to "a 'Saturday Night Live' skit," as The Washington Post quoted him as saying, shows a disturbing pattern. Maybe he should have considered attending a meeting of the Health...
  • Baltimore County teacher is finalist for national Teacher of the Year

    Baltimore County teacher is finalist for national Teacher of the Year
    Sean McComb was sitting Wednesday morning on one of the worn wooden benches at Baltimore's Penn Station reading a book on how to improve teaching when his phone began to buzz wildly with text messages and email notifications. The word was out: McComb had...
  • Maryland to stick with own health care site

    Maryland to stick with own health care site
    As legislators grilled Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown on Tuesday over the dismal debut of Maryland's health insurance exchange, the O'Malley administration stood by the website and said it will not switch to the federal version. Rejecting calls to shut...