The federal government asked a judge Thursday to dismiss a developer’s lawsuit alleging that groundwater pollution from Fort Detrick in Frederick reduced the value of private land next door.
The National Cancer Institute is terminating its contract with a Frederick, Maryland supplier of hundreds of thousands of genetically engineered laboratory mice.
The Frederick County district and circuit courts have been closed because of a power outage downtown.
The Civil War clash known as “the battle that saved Washington” could more accurately be labeled “the battle that saved Lincoln’s re-election,” a prominent preservationist said Wednesday as the National Park Service marked the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Monocacy.
A former courthouse deputy has been sentenced to probation in connection with his wife’s suicide using his service weapon.
The Maryland Office of Tourism is urging people to see a Civil War site near Frederick from a canoe.
Frederick police say a man attacked an acquaintance with a sword, hitting the victim in the hand.
Officials in Frederick are assessing the damage from an early morning fire at the Dairy Maid Dairy near downtown Frederick.
There is a settlement in a civil lawsuit alleging groundwater pollution from a Frederick County gas station.
A Frederick city police officer is serving 18 months of supervised probation for fracturing his girlfriend’s elbow in a February assault.
A man has been charged with indecent exposure after Frederick police say an officer saw him masturbating in a park outside Frederick Memorial Hospital.
A spherical decanter made of stone was the first thing Frederick visitors saw more than 200 years ago as they drove their horses and buggies across the Jug Bridge and over the Monocacy River. Now, more than 70 years after the bridge’s collapse, and after a few moves from its original location, the jug-shaped monument sits in a small city park on Maryland 144 near Interstate 70 and off the beaten path.