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87-Year-Old Woman Dies in Frederick CrashAn 87-year-old woman was killed in a car crash in Frederick Tuesday, according to Maryland State Police.
Civil-Rights Lawyer Suspended for Financial MisconductA Frederick civil-rights lawyer has been suspended indefinitely from practicing law in Maryland due to financial misconduct.
Frederick County Teen Kills Deer That Broke Into His HouseAn eight-point buck breaks into a Frederick home, doing some serious damage.
Public Schools Data Breach Affects 1,000 Former StudentsOfficials with Frederick County Public Schools say about 1,000 former students are affected by a pre-2010 data breach that was discovered in September.
Removal of Statue of Dred Scott Opinion's Author is AppealedA court battle is brewing over the city of Frederick's plan to rid City Hall of a statue of the man who wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision affirming slavery.
Former State Delegate James McClellan Dies; Served 16 YearsWestern Maryland has lost a former state delegate who played a large role in the city of Frederick's downtown revival after a devastating flood in 1976.
Park Service Names New Monocacy Battlefield SuperintendentThe National Park Service is naming a new superintendent at the Monocacy National Battlefield near Frederick.
Frederick County Schools Chief: Stop the Hurtful LanguageThe Frederick County Public Schools superintendent says she won't tolerate hurtful language targeting minorities that another school official says has increased since the presidential election of Donald Trump.
6 Dead, 10 Hospitalized After MTA Bus, School Bus Collide In SW BaltimorePolice are on the scene of a MTA and school bus crash in Southwest Baltimore.
17-Year-Old Male Student Arrested After Knocking Out Female ClassmateAuthorities say the student struck the victim in the head with his fist following dismissal outside Frederick High School.
Frederick Cleared To Remove Statue Linked To SlaveryFrederick has cleared what could be the last obstacle to its plan to rid the City Hall courtyard of a statue of Roger B. Taney.
Maryland City Cleared to Remove Statue Linked to SlaveryA Maryland city has cleared what could be the last obstacle to its plan to rid the City Hall courtyard of a statue of the man who wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision affirming slavery.

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