City of Frederick Ponders Reuse of Downtown Post Office Site
Panel Delays Review of Dred Scott Opinion Author StatueA state panel is postponing its review of a plan to remove a controversial statue from the grounds of Frederick City Hall.
VIDEO: Clerk Disarms Armed Robber At Frederick 7-ElevenAn armed robbery suspect got more than he bargained for when he tried to hold up a 7-Eleven in Frederick at gunpoint.
Woman Posed as Landlady, Stole 'Rent Money' A North Carolina woman is accused of stealing more than $4,000 from five men by posing as the landlady of a Maryland property she was being evicted from.
Silent Rides Honor Dead And Injured BicyclistsBicyclists are pedaling in silence in six Maryland communities as a way of remembering riders who were killed or injured on public roads.
Controversial Statue Target Of Vandalism In FrederickA controversial statue becomes a target for vandalism in Frederick. Police say someone poured paint all over a statue of Justice Roger Taney -- a member of the Supreme Court who was pro-slavery.
Investigators Turning To Cameras To Find Those Behind Frederick Razor TrapsNew measures are put into place in Frederick after dangerous booby traps are found on popular outdoor trails.
Man Charged In June Stabbing Death Of Frederick WomanA 23-year-old man has been charged with murder in connection with the June stabbing death of a 52-year-old Frederick woman.
Sheriff's Office Says It'll Handle Reports Of Traps At TrailFrederick County officials have discussed the recent discovery of two razor blade traps along a recreational trail.
Oil Shipments By Rail Made Public In MarylandThe Maryland Department of the Environment released records Wednesday disclosing the number of large oil shipments by rail companies in the state.
Police: Frederick Man Grabbed Woman, Struck OfficersA Frederick police officer has used a stun gun to subdue a man accused of grabbing a woman's crotch and then striking two officers.
Plaintiffs Seek $750 Million In Fort Detrick Pollution SuitCritics of Fort Detrick in Frederick have filed a wrongful death lawsuit seeking $750 million for injuries they say were caused by the Army's reckless handling of chemical and biological toxins.

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