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Roy Taylor is upset that synthetic marijuana is for sale in his neighborhood. A store called Dream Maker Bulk Sales is being run out of half of a duplex in the 4700 block of Araby Church Road. The shop is selling the synthetic drug also known under a
Douglas Latenser suspects that the unknown ingredients in the "Spice" he smokes could be worse for him than marijuana. Latenser, 31, bought the synthetic drug Monday legally from Classic Cigars & British Goodies even though the unknown ingredients
The city's red-light cameras went back into action Friday immediately after a special meeting called by Alderwoman Kelly Russell. All five aldermen voted in favor of a 90-day contract with American Traffic Solutions to get the cameras, which went
Borda News-Post Staff The city's comprehensive zoning map is nearing completion as planning commissioners finish taking comments from the public and property owners. They have made tentative decisions about which rezonings they will support, but are
Borda News-Post Staff A peaceful and vocal assembly did not have to camp out at City Hall for long to change the course of history. Comments from Occupy Frederick members and supporters persuaded the Board of Aldermen to postpone their vote Thursday
Borda News-Post Staff Change may be scheduled to come to the health plans used by retired Frederick city employees who are eligible for Medicare. The potential financial burden of hospitalization might be eased by an idea three aldermen had Wednesday.
Borda News-Post Staff A former mayor and two aldermen challenged Frederick Mayor Randy McClement on Tuesday to fund more police officers than his proposed budget does. Former Mayor Jennifer Dougherty said during the budget workshop that she knows how
Alderwoman Kelly Russell abstained from voting on two items. "I'll vote my conscience," she said after the meeting about being the only alderman not to vote yes on every item. The topic generating the most discussion was a proposed ordinance that
Aldermen are formulating their own questions and ideas and receiving public comments as they review the city's $76.5 million proposed fiscal 2011 budget. They will hold a public budget workshop at 7 p.m. today in the City Hall board room, 101 N.