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.
Walkersville High School students won this year’s countywide Academic Tournament, achieving their sixth win in the tournament’s history. Their first was in 1997, and they won again in 1998, 2004, 2006 and 2018. As the home of the championship team, Walkersville High gets to display the trophy.
The Frederick County Board of Education unanimously approved a fund to replace turf athletic fields at schools that have them, despite some di…
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…
Mental health seemed to be on every candidate’s mind at Frederick County Public Schools’ forum for student member of the Board of Education.
On topic: Letters
- 'I pray for her peace': Woman describes finding body of 17-year-old Hagerstown girl
- Family mourns Hagerstown teen found dead in Frederick
- Crash on Buckeystown Pike leaves one dead, three injured
- Frederick teens charged as adults with murder of 17-year-old girl
- Confederate statue at Mount Olivet Cemetery damaged overnight
- Frederick businesses take public stances against racism
- Sheppard Pratt set to close Jefferson School in Frederick
- Lidl grocery store moving into former Kmart on Golden Mile
- Officials: 'Alarming' racist messages show work still to do
- Frederick man threatened three people with rifle, sheriff's deputies say
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.
- Catoctin's McIlvaine enjoys another big moment in spotlight
- Poffenbarger on the mend from hip surgery
- Blaney wins at Talladega after NASCAR unites behind Wallace
- FCPS committee aims for July 13 sports restart
- Lillard taking his title-winning ways to Catoctin
- Winter 2019-20 All-CMC Teams
- FCPS forms Return to Play committee with hopes of summer workouts, fall season
- Plans in works for high school tennis tournament in Frederick
- No longer newcomers: 20 years of lacrosse in Frederick County
- SJCP's Bell commits to St. Bonaventure