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Candidate forums have been scheduled for the coming weeks, including the first one tonight at the Jack B...Tonight's event, which is hosted by The Frederick News-Post and others, features school board candidates. Additional forums -- also sponsored
County students are scheduled to take the Maryland School Assessments in reading and math from today through March 21 (perhaps it will help that Thursday is Absolutely Incredible Kid Day)...To mark the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting in the U.S.,
The Associated Press Frederick police say they are investigating an early-morning shooting...Sunday near the intersection of Citizens Way and South Market St. Police say the man was taken to the Maryland State police hangar at the Frederick airport,
Cumber News-Post Staff Longtime readers of the editorial page may have noticed something missing from the top right corner of the page since the beginning of the year. The historical item -- "Yesterday: Items from the files of The Frederick News-Post"
The Frederick News-Post takes to the streets to find out how gas prices may affect community Originally published March 04, 2012 From Staff Reports It happened in May 2010...For the third time in four years, the price of gas is poised to kiss $4 a
Stern News-Post Staff When she was 7 years old, a sleepwalking Mary Hoy tried to go visit her baby cousin in the middle of the night. Her mother saw her from a window and brought her back home to her room. "I love children," explained Hoy, now 70...
Prominent black men and women in Frederick County were featured this month in a series called "First in Frederick," which chronicled the lives of those who became pioneers in sports, education and the workforce.
I enjoy digging through dusty old files and combing our digital archives for background information for reporters and editors. Recently, I found old photos of prominent black men and women for our recent series "First in Frederick" in celebration of
67,973 Source: Town of Thurmont Oct. 11 Commissioners Ron Terpko and Bob Lookingbill raise at a public meeting the issue of releasing town employee names, salaries and benefit amounts. After board discussion, Terpko and Lookingbill agree the
Ku Klux Klan rally in Frederick County in 1980, rookie reporter Judy Holland tried to get comments from the Klan's grand wizard. "I kept asking him questions, and he wouldn't respond to me," Holland said. "Then he said, 'I don't talk to 'Negroes.'" "