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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
Frederick downtown hotel design advances

Design plans for the Downtown Hotel at Carroll Creek in Frederick gained a big victory after the city's Historic Preservation Commission's approved the demolition of the Birley Tannery building. The commission made the decision following four public workshops and concluding that maintaining the building is not in the best interest of the majority of residents, according ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in.

New quality control method to select effective M-beta-CD for treating Neimann-Pick disease

Researchers have developed a quality control method to evaluate the pharmacological activity and potential effectiveness of different preparations of the therapeutic agent methyl-I2-cyclodextrin . Distinct batches of MI2CD produced by different commercial laboratories may be more or less effective in reducing the cholesterol that accumulates in the fibroblasts of patients with the lysosomal storage disorder Niemann-Pick disease type C1.

Police: 6 MS-13 Gang Members Charged in Maryland Man's Death

Authorities in Maryland have charged six alleged members of a violent Central American gang in the death of a man in April. The Frederick News Post reported Tuesday that police say the suspects are members of MS-13.

Small airplane makes emergency landing in West Virginia

Airport officials say a small plane with three people on board encountered a landing gear problem and had to make an emergency landing in West Virginia. Yeager Airport in Charleston says in a news release that the twin-engine aircraft landed Tuesday and those on board exited the plane safely.

Woman Helps Harvey Victim Replace Beloved Mugs

A Maryland woman, touched by a New York Times photo essay that depicted the devastation of Hurricane Harvey on Houston residents, found a way to help a stranger replace some of what was lost. Ann Dahms, of Frederick, Maryland, read about Shirley Hines, whose home was flooded during the storm.

On this day -- September 13

September 13 is the 256th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar . There are 109 days remaining until the end of the year.

Jeremy S. Scholtes, Esq.

As an Army platoon leader and staff officer during three tours in Iraq, Jeremy Scholtes learned lessons about leadership that still guide him as an attorney and a community pillar. "Those experiences shaped who I am today and, I am confident, made me a better legal adviser and lawyer at Miles and Stockbridge," Scholtes said.

A Stranger in Maryland, Touched by a Hurricane Story, Sends 3 Cups to Houston

As we walked through Shirley Hines's flood-battered Houston neighborhood on Sunday, we passed pile after pile at the curb - the soggy, ruined contents of people's homes, mixed with floorboards, Sheetrock and insulation. I suddenly felt a tinge of embarrassment.

In HIV, tissue factor-expressing monocytes trigger coagulation

Melissa E. Schechter, from Leidos Biomedical Research Inc. in Frederick, Maryland, and colleagues explored the inflammatory and coagulation pathways in HIV infection in order to better optimize clinical care. The researchers identified a specific subset of monocytes that express TF, persist after virological suppression, and activate factor X to trigger the coagulation cascade .

MD Officials: Cigarettes Blamed for Fire that Caused $600K Damage

Sept. 07--County fire investigators and Frederick police were still waiting to speak with several residents displaced by a fire last week on South Market Street, but police said the fire was likely accidental. "Without discussing specific evidence, we believe that cigarettes were involved on some level.

Bleak weather shortens Defender's Day celebration

The Chesapeake Flotilla Artillery, whose attending members include Trevor Petree, Hector Diaz, David Smoth, Dylan Andrex, James Gardner, and Sam Nuckolls, stand with County Exec. Kevin Kamenentz The Aisquith Sharpshooters and the 16th Regiment Maryland Militia demonstrated the heroic battle that took place in Fort Howard more than two hundred years ago.

MD: HS principal prohibits Native American headdress worn during athletic events

"A headdress worn during athletic events at a Maryland high school that has been part of an ongoing tradition at the academy has been banned as dueling petitions gather signatures. Nancy Doll, the principal of Linganore High School in Frederick, Md., confirmed Wednesday that the school would not allow the headdress to be worn by students as it had in previous years following complaints about it being offensive to Native Americans.

Larry Hogan, Maryland governor, stirs debate over statue removal

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan , a Republican leading one of the country's most liberal states, won rare applause from the left but riled some of his conservative base with his decision to back the recent removal of a Civil War-era statue from the State House grounds. The statue of Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger B. Taney - author of the Dred Scott ruling in 1857 that reaffirmed slavery and denied citizenship to blacks - was caught up in the rush to topple Confederate monuments after deadly violence at an Aug. 12 white nationalist demonstration in Charlottesville , Virginia.

Truck strikes tree, killing 2 men and injuring 2 others

The Frederick News-Post reported Sunday that a Ford F-350 pickup carrying the men had crashed into a tree. The accident occurred on I-70 outside of Frederick, Maryland, at about 6:45 a.m. The men who died were identified as 19-year-old Felix I. Miranda Sanchez and 26-year-old Antonio Lopez Chilel.

First medical marijuana crop in is sprouting

Chief executive Philip Goldberg of Green Leaf Medical in Frederick, Maryland, shows one of the rooms where marijuana plants will grow. He expects to have an annual power bill of about $500,000.

Moran honors top Milex, Mr. Transmission franchisees

Moran Industries Inc. has singled out Albert and Serena Daniel of Frederick, Md., and Susan Trumble of Florence, Ky., as the franchisees of the year for its Milex Complete Auto Care and Mr. Transmission brands. The Daniels have owned their Milex shop in Frederick for the past 10 years, Moran said, and added a Milex/ Alta Mere co-branded store in Boonsboro, Md., in 2015.

County Executive Jan Gardner to Hold Public Information Briefing - August 31, 11 a.m.

County Executive Jan Gardner will hold a public information briefing at 11 a.m. on Thursday, August 31, to discuss residential growth.

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