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After four decades, downtown Frederick business is closing its doors
FREDERICK, Md. - For the last 47 years, Bill Offutt Jr. has stood behind the counter at Fox's Sport and Bait Store. But you won't see him here much longer.
More than 80 capsules of suspected heroin seized from Frederick home
The target of the investigation, 32-year-old Antoine Montea Carter, was taken into custody outside the home in the 2500 block of Emerson Drive at 11:53 a.m. Tuesday, according to charging documents filed in county district court. A total of 81 gel capsules of suspected heroin and fentanyl were seize
First snowfall causes major delays through out Frederick County
FREDERICK, Md. -Marylandsaw it first snowfall on Thursday, but also brought many backups aroundFrederickCounty.
Frederick man sentenced to 10 years for selling cocaine
Judge Julia Martz-Fisher sentenced Darnell Morris to 40 years in prison with all but 10 years suspended. Morris, 39, will have to serve at least five years before being eligible for parole, according to the Frederick County State's Attorney's office.
UPDATED: Maryland State Police: Troopers from Frederick to Garrett counties working with MDSHA to address several incidents involving tractor-trailers
CUMBERLAND — State road crews pretreated highways with salt brine in Allegany and Garrett counties on Wednesday ahead of a storm expected to drop a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain on the region, possibly through early Friday.
Police: Frederick man threatened to kill officers, others after domestic case
John Thomas Tobery, 34, called 911 multiple times after he got into an argument with a female acquaintance at about 6:50 p.m. Sunday, according to court records. Tobery said he was heavily armed and would "murder every cop," who was sent to his home. Tobery also threatened to kill the occupants of a
Frederick Baptist Church gets approval for new place of worship
The plan includes a 33,000-square-foot multipurpose building, a 14,400-square-foot sanctuary and a 20,000-square-foot school building on a 50-acre site.
I-270 south closed near Baker Valley Road
1:05 p.m. —Interstate270 south in the area of Baker Valley Road is currently closed, according to Maryland State Police. The road surface is covered in ice, and several vehicles are disabled or jackknifed. State Highway Administration is sending trucks to treat the roadway.
Schools closed Thursday for inclement weather
All offices are open and 12-month employees are scheduled to work. However, the liberal leave policy is in effect. Under a code blue policy, which the district announced is in effect Thursday, 10- and 11-month employees do not report. Emergency personnel are expected to report.
Frederick Man Charged With Cocaine Distribution Sentenced To 10 Years
A search of Morris’ Charstone Court home on April 6 saw a seizure of $43,049 in cash, which the investigation showed to be proceeds from drug sales.
Frederick family wins bragging rights — and $20,000 — on third episode of Guy's Grocery Games
It’s safe to say that the chefs behind Serenity Tea Room are Food Network champions. Blanch Henry, Tiera Sumblin, and her husband, Brandon, clocked another win on “Guy’s Grocery Games” earlier this month, the third and biggest win for the family. Brandon also won an episode of “Cooks vs. Cons” in 20
Man wanted for armed robbery arrested after traffic crash in Frederick County
Wayne Eugene King, 46, of the 200 block of South Central Avenue in Cumberland, was reportedly on his way to Baltimore with his girlfriend Tuesday when, sometime before 10:50 a.m., their car was involved in a crash on eastbound Interstate 70 near Monument Road, according to state police and Assistant
Frederick County Sheriff's Office Assisting With Animal Cruelty Investigation
The investigation began, according to a Sheriff’s Office news release, when Animal Control officers received a complaint on October 8th about a deceased cow on that property. Officers had been working with the owner to make sure that proper care was given to the animals. But after nutritional concer
New "Day Shelter" in Frederick helping people who face hopelessness during the cold winter months.
"We're also using it as an opportunity to engage individuals with outreach services, case management services, plugging them into to our health care center, all the services that we offer for here at the agency,” said Frederick Community Action Agency Assistant Director, Brad Petersen.
Wintry Weather Mix Anticipated to Cause Big Mess for Morning Commute
FREDERICK, MD. (LG) The Maryland State Highway Administration says it’s ready for whatever Mother Nature brings on Thursday. The National Weather Service is calling for snow, sleet and freezing rain, along with gusty winds.
Cheverly police officer charged with rape, sodomy in Frederick
FREDERICK, Md.- A Cheverly police officer is accused of raping and sodomizing a woman in Frederick, according to officials.
New ballistic forensic resource established in Frederick County
FREDERICK, Md. — The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office , in partnership with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Baltimore Field Division, was selected by the Department of Justice and ATF as a new site for the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN), and recent
Another Maryland school investigated for alleged football hazing
As reported by the Washington Post and our TEGNA partners WUSA, students at Seneca Valley High School (Germantown, Md.) wereinvestigated for allegations of unwanted sexual touching among football playersin September.
Mount Airy man denied bail after arrest on drug charges
Benjamin W. Boehl, 36, of the 1300 block of North Oak Cliff Court, was pulled over at 1:25 a.m. when a sheriff's deputy saw him driving a black Nissan Altima against oncoming traffic on Kline Boulevard near West Patrick Street, according to charging documents filed in Frederick County District Court
Area man accused of murder pleads not guilty
Marcus Benn, 32, was arraigned on charges returned by a Berkeley County Grand Jury in October. These charges include murder, person prohibited from possession of a firearm and six counts of malicious assault.