With confusion looming over voting amid the coronavirus pandemic, many states have announced their plans to make it easier to vote in the upcoming general and local elections on Nov. 3.
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County Executive Jan Gardner announced roughly $1.36 million in grants for child care providers and to provide legal assistance for county residents facing eviction at a briefing Thursday.
Joe Ritz is running unopposed to retain his seat on the Emmitsburg Board of Commissioners, but he still has plenty of vision for what the town of roughly 3,100 residents should look like in years to come.
Three people are vying to be Emmitsburg’s mayor in an election set for later this month.
The Frederick County Board of Elections approved a proposal Monday for four early-voting centers, eight ballot drop-off locations and 14 Election Day voting locations for the general election.
When Lisa Lundquist lived in Colorado Springs, she used to work at polling locations during the elections. She knows how important it is to help people vote.
Stuart Harvey has been involved in helping run elections for three decades, but the November presidential election poses challenges he’s never seen before, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
As he stood in line at Brunswick city hall, waiting to pay his water bill, there was an older woman in front of Richard Gardner with tears streaming down her face.
Over an egg sandwich and iced tea on a recent morning at Beans in the Belfry, Nathan Brown sits squarely in the middle of the future he envisions for downtown Brunswick.
The field of Board of Education candidates is set for this fall.
The official results for the Frederick County Board of Education primary race are unlikely to be called for at least another week.
Face coverings and hand sanitizer were commonplace at the Talley Recreation Center in Frederick and Urbana Regional Library as hundreds of county voters participated in the presidential primary Tuesday.
Tuesday marks the presidential primary in Maryland, and more than 30,000 absentee ballots have been received in Frederick County, according to Election Director Stuart Harvey.
Sue Johnson always wanted to be in Frederick County. In 1996, she decided to leave the United Kingdom where she had been working for many years and return to the U.S., and there was only one place on her radar.
After being appointed to the Frederick County Board of Education in January by the County Executive, Rae Gallagher had a lot of plans.
Andrea Artman doesn’t have a background in education. She has a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in bioengineering and has worked in various governmental regulatory jobs. Today, she owns her own consulting business in Frederick and has two children in the Frederick County Public School system.
Compared to some of the other Board of Education candidates, David Bass can be considered a newcomer to the county.