Five students were awarded scholarships for the 2020-2021 school year. The following students from Walkersville and Linganore high schools received scholarships.
The Frederick County Board of Education unanimously approved a fund to replace turf athletic fields at schools that have them, despite some differing views held by Board members.
Clare Beiter, 18, was always interested in nursing but seeing the importance of healthcare workers during the COVID19 pandemic made her passion for the profession grow even stronger.
The Frederick County Board of Education unanimously approved a fund to replace turf athletic fields at schools that have them, despite some di…
Clare Beiter, 18, was always interested in nursing but seeing the importance of healthcare workers during the COVID19 pandemic made her passio…
Walkersville High School students won this year’s countywide Academic Tournament, achieving their sixth win in the tournament’s history. Their…
The final week of regular season of Frederick County’s Academic Tournament ended in fitting fashion Feb. 14. The two statistical leaders won t…
Week six of FCPS’s Academic Team season was a good argument for the existence of the league. Three evenly skilled teams played three excellent…
On topic: Letters
- Death of Frederick woman ruled a homicide, investigation continues
- Multi-state car chase ends with arrest in Frederick County
- State police investigating fatal crash on I-70 near Frederick
- Dueling rallies leave county at a crossroads
- First recovery high school in Frederick County set to open this month
- Francis Scott Key Mall to hold drive-in movies in August
- Frederick man accused of assaulting, threatening relatives
- Open for Business: Taj Mahal Grill & Bar serves up authentic Indian fare
- High levels of chemicals in Antietam Creek drive effort to inform public
- Group looking into potential for market in downtown Frederick
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.
- FCPS workouts will be able to continue
- MPSSAA postpones fall, winter sports for 1st semester
- FCPS fall sports postponed until January 2021
- TJ athletic community plans virtual run/walk as tribute to Dexter Williams
- TJ girls accept being apart together during summer workouts
- Montgomery County Public Schools cancel fall, winter sports
- 2020 vision for field hockey players thanks to federation's new rule on goggles
- Vikings' fall sports season delayed by IAAM, MIAA
- FCPS issues more 'Return to Play' guidance for fall sports
- Meehan named Lancers boys soccer coach