Perhaps the fire alarm was a sign of good luck for the graduating class of Middletown High School.
A soft chorus of “whoas” and “wows” filled the air as 232 first-grade students watched a New Holland skid loader jerk forward and grab straw bales with its metal arms.
Four area students who are pursuing studies in the medical field were awarded scholarships by the Dr. J. Elmer Harp Scholarship Fund and the Gloria M. Grossnickle Scholarship Fund. Jane Harp established the Dr. J. Elmer Harp Scholarship Fund in 2003 to honor her father, a family practitioner…
A soft chorus of “whoas” and “wows” filled the air as 232 first-grade students watched a New Holland skid loader jerk forward and grab straw b…
Four area students who are pursuing studies in the medical field were awarded scholarships by the Dr. J. Elmer Harp Scholarship Fund and the G…
As she stood waiting to line up for the procession into her high school graduation ceremony, Hailey Zarefoss thought back to the first day of …
Isaac Summers swung the hay bale up in the air, aiming for the one empty slot on the large red hay accumulator. The bale landed on its side, s…
More than 20 Middletown High School students trudged through standing water at Doubs Meadow Park on Monday to plant about 500 trees.
On topic: Letters
- Neighbors' complaints lead to arrests at 'disorderly home' in Frederick
- Local quarry owner, scuba diving teacher propose scuba diving, ecological site
- Sheriff’s office releases details of Weis Market suicide
- Despite neighbors' protests, city unlikely to rule against recovering addicts living in residential zone
- Brunswick man stole car, led deputies on drunken chase down U.S. 15, court records say
- Drugs, loaded handgun seized during traffic stop in Frederick
- Homeless man charged with assault after police said he attacked men with a machete
- West Virginia man arrested after Frederick police respond to assault in progress
- Roundabout work to shut down Md. 180 intersection for 8 weeks
- Lucky Corner's downtown location changes hands, and eventually its name, too
Hello, Frederick County! I wanted to take my first week writing the School Notes column to introduce myself and give you a sense of how I plan to cover education for The Frederick News-Post.
Doug Fossett began with a question: Why does Frederick celebrate a slave owner?
On the heels of a long discussion last week about which vacation day to return to the academic calendar, the Frederick County Board of Education shifted its focus to when parent-teacher conferences will be held for the coming school year.
- Coach's Corner: Summer is a great time for high school athletes to separate from the competition
- Local Roundup: MSD sweeps national track crowns
- 50 years later, the late Ricky Dawson's record 24-strikeout game still stands
- Coach's Corner: Recognizing the importance of teamwork
- Local roundup: Titans' Acal picked for Robinson All-Star game
- Poffenbarger makes U16 national team
- Local Roundup: MSD wins national baseball, softball crowns
- Athletes of the Week (May 27)
- Five questions with Cole Crist, Senior first baseman, Middletown baseball
- Continued greatness: Oakdale boys, Urbana girls maintain stranglehold on track championships