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Located in the western part of Maryland, Frederick is an outlying community of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, Metropolitan Statistical Area. Frederick was the site of a Civil War speech given by President Abraham Lincoln, which took place at what was then a train depot at the current intersection of South and Market Streets. A plaque commemorates the speech.

Population: 59213
Local Newspapers: The Frederick News-Post
Local Sports Teams: Frederick Keys (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: Frederick Community College Hood College Mount St. Mary's University

Zip Codes associated with frederick, maryland: 21701 21702 21703 21704
Towns/Cities near frederick, maryland : Ballenger Creek Braddock Heights Clover Hill Walkersville Linganore Middletown Brunswick

Frederick News
AOPA Offers High-School Aviation Curriculum

AOPA has launched the first section of a four-year program for high school students, a program designed to encourage young people into aviation careers. Three career and technical pathways are included: pilots, aerospace engineering and drones.

Longtime Towson activist becomes a champion for students in need

Towson resident Laurie Taylor-Mitchell stands in front of Loch Raven High School, where she started the Loch Raven Network, to fight food insecurity in Baltimore County Public Schools. Towson resident Laurie Taylor-Mitchell stands in front of Loch Raven High School, where she started the Loch Raven Network, to fight food insecurity in Baltimore County Public Schools.

Janet I. McCurdy, Lisa Lawler Graditor | Linowes and Blocher

Janet I. McCurdy has joined Linowes and Blocher LLP as a partner and Lisa Lawler Graditor as an associate in the firm's Frederick office. McCurdy is a trusts and estates planning practitioner who has been serving clients throughout Frederick, Washington, Carroll and Montgomery counties for more than 30 years.

Frederick County Commission on Aging to Host Housing Panel on Affordable Housing for Seniors

The Frederick County Commission on Aging will host a Housing Panel on affordable housing in Frederick County on March 12 from 1:00 3:00 p.m. at the Bourne Building, 355 Montevue Lane, Frederick. The panel is open to the public and includes five speakers who will discuss challenges related to finding affordable and flexible housing options for seniors in the county.

Bob Eck Joins Rice Tire as Vice President of Sales

Tire industry veteran Bob Eck is the new vice president of sales for the Donald B. Rice Tire Co. Inc., which goes to market as Rice Tire.

Women Crochet Plastic Bags to Help the Homeless

In Frederick, Maryland, a group of women have a project. They crochet mats for the homeless in their area.

1,000-Horsepower Pro Street 1970 Nova

Some afflictions are hard to cure. Those that have been hot rodding cars from an early age know that once you get hooked it can evolve into a chronic, lifelong, and costly ailment.

Staff Attorney - Full-Time Maryland Legal Aid Frederick, Maryland

Full-time general practice staff attorney with desired experience in CINA and family law to handle all functions related to case work from initial intake through representation of clients before all relevant agencies, courts, etc.; work with other attorneys, paralegals and students on cases or projects. Maintain case files in accordance with Legal Aid Standards.

Around Town for March 1

The Martinsburg VA Medical Center will host the annual Veterans Creative Arts Show from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today in the medical centers Dom Dome. The show is open to the public and will feature more than 51 different categories of artwork produced by local Veterans.

1,000-Horsepower Pro Street 1970 Nova

Some afflictions are hard to cure. Those that have been hot rodding cars from an early age know that once you get hooked it can evolve into a chronic, lifelong, and costly ailment.

Hidden Hills Farm and Vineyard galloping toward its first birthday

Twelve acres of vines grow on the more than 100-acre horse farm in Maryland's Frederick County, where Hidden Hills Farm & Vineyard is located. It's a short drive from downtown Frederick.

Historic Mr. Stitches 1931 Chevy Gasser is Reborn After Being All But Detroyed in a Fire

Here's the story of a '31 Chevy gasser, a true survivor with unlikely origins, a very unlikely driver, and an even less likely restorer. Johnnie Gaither bought this '31 Chevy five-window coupe in 1941.

Maryland Ensemble Theatre Presents a Revival of There's No Place ...

Maryland Ensemble Theatre with community advocates including the Student Homelessness Initiative Partnership of Frederick County are thrilled to present a revival of the original theatrical production There's No Place Like Home... Life Without The Ruby Slippers . Thanks to audience support and interest, the show returns to tell the truth about the human experience of homelessness and poverty in Frederick, told by those who have experienced it themselves.

Marshall football player Aaron dies

Sophomore defensive tackle Larry Aaron, 19, died at Frederick Memorial Hospital in Frederick, Maryland, due to complications with treatment for a gunshot wound. Aaron, of Columbia, Maryland, was shot in the back at a New Year's Eve party in Severn.

MS-13 in the news this week: What you need to know

One MS-13 clique leader in Frederick, Md., who had received a DACA work permit and was employed as a custodian at a middle school in Frederick, Md., and who was recently incarcerated for various gang-related crimes, reportedly was told by gang leaders in El Salvador to take advantage of the lenient policies on UACs to bring in new recruits, knowing that they would be allowed to resettle in the area with few questions asked. Several of these unaccompanied minors now have been arrested and incarcerated for various crimes, including a vicious random attack on a sheriff's deputy in 2015.

Electronic Music Production Education is Now Available in Frederick, Maryland

Registration is now open for Electronic Music Production classes offered by AudioUnity Corporation in collaboration with various partnering agencies located in Frederick and Gaithersburg. The first programs will start in April 2018, and the courses are offered for both teenagers and adults.

Jewish Compassion

When I stepped out of my car at Green Leaf Medical's Frederick, Md., facility, the smell was unmistakable. It wasn't the smell of smoke billowing into the sky from a factory or that strong smell of a workday at the former Baltimore Spice Company in Owings Mills.

How to Make Mindful Eating a Regular Part of Your Diet

Let's be honest: Changing your relationship with food isn't easy. Sure, you might *know* that you should stop labelling foods "good" and "bad" and that it's better if you tune into your own physical hunger cues rather than just eating a meal at a certain time by default, but these things are definitely easier said than done.

Hood establishes business college after receiving contribution

Hood College has established the George B. Delaplaine Jr. School of Business, the Frederick liberal arts college announced Monday. Delaplaine, a Frederick businessman, contributed a gift to endow the new school and received the President's Medal for Hope at a ceremony.

Woman buys fish from Costco, finds live worm inside

Emily Randolph claims to have found a live worm in a package of Atlantic cod she purchased from Costco two weeks ago. A woman is claiming to have found a live worm in a package of fish she purchased from Costco two weeks ago.

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