Frederick County Public Schools staff, teachers, parents and others filled the cafeteria of Sugarloaf Elementary School on Thursday afternoon to learn about the new trash and disposal practices that will come to 14 schools in the coming school year.
Graduates: Jose Abarca, Mohammed Afzal, Neelam Akula, Juan Alfonso Rodriguez, Nour Ali Ahmed, Garrett Allgaier, Peyton Ambush, Isabel Andujar Torres, Laura Antizzo, Arham Anwar, Litzy Arevalo, Jakob Arneson, Abigail Arnold, Margaret Auderset, Luke Balderson, Aleksandra Ball, Kassandra Ball, …
High school students, a parent and a teacher from the Frederick County Career and Technology Center traveled to Ethiopia Monday with a prototype stove that will provide clean drinking water to a rural school and its surrounding community.
High school students, a parent and a teacher from the Frederick County Career and Technology Center traveled to Ethiopia Monday with a prototy…
When Tuscarora and Urbana high schools go head-to-head in competition, tensions are usually high, but as the lights went up and the speakers f…
The documentary “Heroin’s Grip” is scheduled to be shown at Urbana High School, 3471 Campus Drive, Ijamsville, at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The free e…
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- Woman dead after falling from Carroll Creek parking deck in Frederick
- Busy intersection near Urbana partially reopens after heavy storm strikes county
- Frederick man dies from injuries after crash near Jefferson
- Local fitness trainer creates water bottle that holds cell phone
- Competitive eater finishes 16 pounds of burger at Emmitsburg BBQ joint
- Tacos Carlitos opens in Frederick and brings a can't-miss menu of Mexican street food staples
- Motorcyclist dead after I-270 crash
- Christian-based physical therapist opens near Frederick
- Woodsboro man faces child pornography charges after sheriff's office investigation
- Sheriff's office: Pennsylvania man solicited sex from deputy posing as 13-year-old girl
Amy Cordes, teacher specialist for Frederick County Public Schools, was recently named Administrator of the Year by a digitally oriented education company.
Two of Frederick County’s public schools will see a change in their daily meal offerings for the 2019-2020 school year. Thurmont Primary and Spring Ridge Elementary schools will no longer offer free, in-the-classroom breakfast to all students.
Frederick County Public Schools has tapped two people to lead new departments in the school system this year.
- Two for one: Urbana's Le sinks two aces in past four months
- Poffenbarger is a Knight set to take flight
- Structure, stout competition keep teams flocking back to Best of Maryland tourney
- 2019 All-County Girls Outdoor Track and Field
- Coach's Corner: It's difficult when a 'track brother' reaches the finish line first
- Don Boyer: Titan of track and field
- 2019 All-County Boys Lacrosse
- Keys game postponed
- 2019 All-County Baseball Team
- 2019 All-County Softball