A Maryland state senator says he’ll introduce a bill this year to make it legal for Maryland doctors to help terminally ill patients end their own lives.
A Frederick County elected official is threatening legal action to prevent a newspaper from publishing his name without his permission.
Earlier this summer Kayla Lenhart, 14, was recovering from heart surgery. Now the Lewistown teenager is showing livestock at The Great Frederick Fair and planning a trip to the World Dairy Expo.
An expansion at Mount St. Mary’s University will allow the Frederick campus to almost double in size and offer more programming.
Officials in Frederick County are learning more about a service that allows some people to send a text to 911 operators.
A Frederick County judge has dismissed a legal challenge to growth plans in the town of New Market.
A couple in Woodsboro found a way to make a hobby into a family business. Jeff and Tina Bergquist recently started a mobile pet grooming service.
Gail Slezak, chancel choir director at the Church of the Brethren, is retiring after more than 42 years of service to the church.
A Frederick police officer is accused of driving under the influence while in his patrol car and leaving the scene of an accident.
Frederick city police are marking a milestone in their `Frederick’s Most Wanted’ program.
The Frederick News-Post will resume publishing a Monday edition Feb. 6, nearly three years after suspending publication.
The city of Frederick is asking the state to chip in a million dollars toward a proposed downtown hotel and conference center.