Some of the world’s most powerful leaders are in Western Maryland for the G-8 Summit. The meeting at Camp David in Frederick County will focus on the world’s debt crisis and the war in Afghanistan.
Leaders from the most powerful countries in the world descend on Maryland for the G-8 Summit. Critical world issues will be on the table, including the European financial crisis and the war on terror. And it’s all happening in a small mountain town.
A number of local and independent small businesses in the area of Camp David are counting on an economic boost from the G-8 Summit.
Security is high in Frederick County as leaders from around the globe visit Camp David. They are gathering for the G-8 Summit to discuss a variety of critical issues, including the economic crisis in Europe.
The rural town of Thurmont is extending a welcoming hand to demonstrators focused on a global economic summit at nearby Camp David.
Perhaps it’s fitting that Joe Cohen celebrates his birthday July 4.
The National Park Service says the park surrounding Camp David will be closed to the public when leaders of the Group of Eight leading industrialized nations meet at the presidential retreat later this month.
The Occupy Frederick group says it plans a number of events in Frederick next week linked to the meeting at nearby Camp David of leaders of the Group of Eight leading industrialized nations.
The State Department says journalists will work out of a National Park Service dormitory complex near Camp David when leaders of the Group of Eight leading industrialized nations meet at the presidential retreat near Thurmont May 18-19.
Frederick County public school students will have a day off in May because of the G-8 summit being held at Camp David in Thurmont.
A small Maryland community moves into the international spotlight. In less than three months, the G8 Economic Summit will get underway at Camp David in Frederick County.