Filling Mullinix Park with vibrant colors, the beating of drums and comforting aromas, scores of people gathered Saturday to celebrate Juneteenth with Freedomfest, an event of remembrance and the continuing plight of Black people in the United States.
Shortly after Barbara Thompson and her husband bought their home in 2007, David Key came over to visit. When he walked in, he looked around and — Barbara will never forget it — concluded, “Eh, it’s way too plain.”
A group of community leaders is dedicating themselves this Pride Month to teaching and nurturing healthy relationships in LGBTQ+ youths in a new, collaborative set of conversations.
Beginning June 30 and recurring every Wednesday through Aug. 11, Frederick County Public Schools will offer a week’s worth of “to-go” breakfast and lunch to all county residents aged 18 or younger, according to a news release from the school system on Monday.
Jeffrey Liang was sure he didn’t know the answer. The 4th-grader puzzled at his desk, trying to remember the name of the bridge on the Baltimore Turnpike where soldiers fought during the 1864 Battle of the Monocacy.
Shortly after Barbara Thompson and her husband bought their home in 2007, David Key came over to visit. When he walked in, he looked around an…
A group of community leaders is dedicating themselves this Pride Month to teaching and nurturing healthy relationships in LGBTQ+ youths in a n…
Beginning June 30 and recurring every Wednesday through Aug. 11, Frederick County Public Schools will offer a week’s worth of “to-go” breakfas…
Jeffrey Liang was sure he didn’t know the answer. The 4th-grader puzzled at his desk, trying to remember the name of the bridge on the Baltimo…
Maryn Rajaski, a seventh-grader at Mother Seton School in Emmitsburg, was one of nine semi-finalists in the Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting …
About 1,400 students across Frederick County will forgo in-person instruction this fall and opt for all-virtual schooling instead, the Board o…
The Frederick County Board of Education, during a meeting filled with emotional testimony Wednesday, voted to put Frederick Classical Charter …
On topic: Letters
- Let's teach true, unvarnished history
- Tips for running for a seat on the Board of Education
- Mixed messages coming from our leaders
- Bringing back kids doesn't pass smell test
- Independent schools have faced same challenges
- Teachers deserve more than a week of appreciation
- Remember all that teachers have done for us
- Absolute yes to the SRO program in county
- Artificial turf fields harm our kids and environment
- Time to stand up to the teachers unions
- Great Frederick Fair announces 2021 entertainment lineup
- Open for Business: A shop 'for the modern hippie' in Downtown Frederick
- FBI trying to identify woman whose dismembered body was found at Catoctin Mountain Park
- Frederick Municipal Airport to host vintage warbird event
- Whittier Elementary defaced with racial slur, sexual profanity
- Memorial fund for Frederick 2-year-old who was found dead raises nearly $25K
- Law enforcement warns county residents to beware of arrest scam
- Frederick Health announces vaccine requirements for new employees, volunteers starting in August
- Maryland governor ending COVID-19 state of emergency July 1
- Swarmed or shortchanged? Frederick County residents buzz about their cicada encounters — or lack thereof
Frederick County Public Schools recently launched a new series called “Vision 2020” to air on FCPS TV.
Olivia White, vice president for student life and dean of students at Hood College, will retire later this year after more than 27 years at the college.
Mount St. Mary’s University has added a new employee to its roster, hiring the school’s first-ever sports dietitian.
- Linganore's Moxley leads pack of state champions from county, as strange track and field season comes to an end
- Middletown girls see program's most successful season end in state-final loss to Queen Anne's
- Local Roundup: Tuomey cops trio of wins to cap stellar Brunswick track and field career
- Nicholson’s big shot sends ‘Death By a Thousand Cuts’ Cougars to emphatic victory
- Boys Lacrosse: All-hands-on-deck effort helps Urbana stave off Towson to capture program's first state crown
- St. John's Catholic Prep names Jerry Rogers new football coach
- Local Roundup: Local teams back in state finals for first time since 2019
- Local Roundup: Cougars reach 1A state baseball final
- Jason Kolar leads Urbana boys lacrosse to 3A state final
- Knights own the moment, advance to 2A girls lacrosse state final