Frederick County Board Votes To Repeal English-Only OrdinanceAt this hour, Frederick County leaders are voting on whether to repeal a three-year-old ordinance making English the county's official language.
County Board Voting On Repeal Of English-only OrdinanceThe elected leaders of Frederick County considering repealing an ordinance requiring that county business be conducted in English.
License For Souvenir Beer Sales At Civil War Museum ApprovedThe Frederick County liquor board has approved the selling of souvenir beer at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine.
2 Stabbed, 1 Fatally, At Frederick Co. Prayer Counseling CenterAuthorities in Frederick County are investigating after a man was stabbed to death at a prayer counseling center on Sunday night.
Md. County Held Hearing From Public On Disputed English-only LawFrederick County leaders got an earful Tuesday night as they consider repealing a 2012 ordinance that made English the county's official language.
Frederick County Attorney Rehired After Settlement AgreementA lawyer who said she was fired by the former Board of County Commissioners for political retribution is now back on staff.
Suburban Police Seek $1M Repayment For Baltimore Riot HelpPolice departments in central Maryland and the Washington area are seeking reimbursements for helping Baltimore police during the city's April riots.
Former Md. Congressman Bartlett Denies Tenants' ComplaintsFormer Maryland congressman Roscoe Bartlett is denying accusations he's a bad landlord.
1 Dead, 8 Injured In Frederick Co. Boating AccidentOne person is dead, eight others injured following a boating accident in Frederick County, the Maryland Natural Resources Police confirm.
Where To Watch Fourth of July Fireworks In MarylandLooking for an fireworks show on the Fourth? Here is a list of where you can see explosive festivities for the Independence Day weekend.
Police Seek Help Identifying Lowe's ThiefThe Frederick County Sheriff's Office continues to search for a man suspected of stealing merchandise from Lowe's.
2 Council Members Work To Repeal English-Only OrdinanceTwo members of the Frederick County Council have been working to repeal an ordinance passed in 2012 that required that all of the county's official business be conducted in English.

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