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Frederick company Triumph to eliminate nearly 100 jobs starting in December
Triumph Thermal Services in Frederick will begin laying off workers in December, in a process that's expected to eliminate 96 jobs. The layoffs were posted on Maryland's Worker Readjustment and Retraining Notification Act website in August, and confirmed Monday in a release from the city of Frederic
Abused horse 'Quest' recovers to find new home in Mount Airy, Md.
After months of care, love and rehabilitation, Quest, the 19-year-old horse - who was found malnourished and suffering from extreme hoof neglect - left for his new home Monday.Photo courtesy of Days End Farm Horse Rescue in Woodbine, Maryland. WOODBINE, Md. - It has been two years since a horse name
Melania Trump shows the world how to wear military chic
Melania Trump, pictured here at an event in 2016, has wowed the crowed once again. When it comes to stylish first ladies, Melania Trump is up there with the best of them. Trump's sleek style has captured attention around the world ever since her husband announced he was running for president and pe
Jimmy Kimmel Mocks Trump's Terribly Awkward Handshake with Melania
It was, according to Kimmel, "the most uncomfortable display of affection between any husband and wife this year." She's swatted his tiny hand away multiple times in public and, on Inauguration Day, melted a fake smile into a frown. And now comes the latest bizarre episode between First Lady Melania
Frederick Uncut: Andrea Walker and Sarah Drennan
With opioid addiction at record levels in Maryland, Andrea Walker and Sarah Drennan are busy considering what can be done in Frederick County. Walker, the director of Behavioral Health Services for the Frederick County Health Department, and Drennan, a clinical services manager for behavioral health
Jimmy Kimmel Roasts Trump's Handshake With Melania
Jimmy Kimmel isn't seeing the love between President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania. And it's because of interactions like the one on Friday, when Trump greeted the first lady with a formal handshake after she introduced him at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. "You go sit down, honey," the presid
Maryland pair charged in more prescription fraud cases
Police accuse them of attempting to pass fraudulent prescriptions at local pharmacies on Sept. 10. Police have filed more criminal charges against two Maryland residents accused of attempting to pass fraudulent prescriptions at local pharmacies on Sept. 10. Lakesha L. Asadi, 28, of Hagerstown, Maryl
Former aide to Michelle Obama announcing run for Governor today
On Tuesday another candidate is throwing their hat into the race to be Maryland's next governor. Krish Vignarajah will announce she is entering the Democratic Primary at 1:00 pm at the St. Agnes apartments in Woodlawn. Vignarajah was policy director for former first lady Michelle Obama, and was also
Today in Entertainment: Jimmy Kimmel mocks Donald Trump's handshake with Melania: 'These two lovebirds cannot get enough of each other'
Jimmy Kimmel proved that there's nothing more inspiring than watching the public displays of affection between First Lady Melania Trump and her husband. Nothing that could inspire more jokes, that is. On Monday night's show, the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" host turned his attention to the most recent publi
Crowds flock to Mothman Festival : Harris remembered with memorial
This memorial to Carolin Harris was unveiled at Riverfront Park to open the Mothman Festival, dedicated to her memory. Crowds pack Main Street on Saturday during the 16th annual Mothman Festival. POINT PLEASANT - As anyone trying to get into Point Pleasant on Saturday can confirm, the Mothman Fest
New sales team at Houlihan Lawrence Commercial Group
Houlihan Lawrence Commercial Group in Rye Brook announced the formation of a five-member sales team led by Garry Klein, an associate broker and regional sales manager with more than 25 years in the industry, and Bryan Lanza, a licensed salesperson certified in commercial investment real estate with
SURESH K. HATTE v. BALTIMORE COUNTY, MARYLAND, ET AL.
Real property -- Tax sale -- Unjust enrichment In 2007, Suresh K. Hatte, appellant, participated in a tax sale auction held by Baltimore County, appellee ("the county"). Hatte was the highest bidder on a parcel of residential property and, after paying the delinquent property taxes and a bid premiu
Dutch Greeters visit Mueller Chiropractic & Wellness, Aerotek
Dutch Greeters recently welcomed Mueller Chiropractic & Wellness and Aerotek to Pella. Brett Mueller of Mueller Chiropractic & Wellness shares an office space with Hanlon Chiropractic & Wellness in the Molengracht. His chiropractic office opened July 2017. "I've heard really good things about Pella.
Historic House Open For Curatorship In Havre de Grace
HAVRE DE GRACE, MD - The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is looking for a curator to take up residence in an historic home near the Susquehanna State Park. It is close to the park's trail network. Here is a description from the state:"The Stephenson House, originally owned by James Stephens
Caribbean Disaster Relief & Recovery Efforts Underway in Baltimore
With Tropical Storm Maria quickly intensifying as it reaches major hurricane status with winds reportedly as much as 150 mph, the Caribbean islands are bracing for another assault that many fear could further devastate paradise. As of Monday, the storm had reached Category 3 strength and remained o
Person hit by vehicle near Sahara and Maryland Parkway
LAS VEGAS - A person was struck by a vehicle near E. Sahara Avenue and Maryland Parkway on Monday night. The incident happened around 6:10 p.m. in the 2400 block of S. Maryland Parkway. No word on how the accident happened, but the person hit was taken to the hospital with a severe head injury. Ther
New Orleans woman enrolls 180 years after Georgetown Jesuits enslaved her ancestors: report
New Orleans native Melisande Short-Colomb enrolled at Georgetown University at age 63 this fall after learning the university once enslaved and sold her ancestors. Short-Colomb talked with NPR on Tuesday (Sept. 19) about what it is like to now walk the Georgetown campus as a student. The report says
Iconic Chick 'N Ruth's Delly to get new owner
An iconic Annapolis restaurant rooted in Maryland politics will soon have a new owner. Ted Levitt, the owner of Chick 'N Ruth's Delly, said in a Facebook post that he's selling the family business. After 52 years, he's looking to spend more time with his family. The new owner, Keith Jones, is a long
Cops Ask Man To Go On Air-He Had No Idea He Would Set Himself Up For Murder
It was the kind of tragic storywe see on the news all the time: a missing woman's family asking for her safe return at a press conference. The woman's name was Laura Wallen, and she was a 31-year-old social studies teacher from Olney, Maryland who was four months pregnant when she disappeared. While
2 MS-13 gang members charged after remains of Md. man found in Frederick Co.
Human remains found in Frederick County, Md. on June 29, 2017 were later identified as Victor Antonio Turcios-Valle, who had been reported missing in April 2017, police say. (ABC7 file photo) Two MS-13 gang members have been charged Tuesday after the remains of a missing man were found by a hiker i