Thursday May 16
City of Frederick County
Rabid Cat Near Mount Airy
The Frederick County Health Department received information from the Maryland State Rabies Lab that a cat near Mount Airy has tested positive for the rabies virus.
Frederick County sets property tax
The future of Frederick County's career and volunteer fire and rescue services has dominated the county's budget process for the past eight months, along with a debate over how much money to provide for the county's public schools.
Frederick might miss worst of cicada brood
Different cicada broods emerge at different times. A University of Maryland entomology professor has predicted that Frederick County might not feel the brunt of Brood II, which is on a 17-year cycle and is scheduled to come out this year.
Recent Deaths Cause Residents to Question Heroin Use in Thurmont
Joanie Freeze grew up in Thurmont and just lost her great-nephew and third cousin to heroin last month; they were both just 20 years old.
Nation's Largest One Day Food Drive
The National Association of Letter Carriers union will conduct its 21st national food drive to "Stamp Out Hunger" on Saturday, May 11, 2013 in more than 10,000 communities across America, with letter carriers collecting food donations as they deliver mail along their postal routes.
Some Local High School Students Winners In Congressional Art Competition
Her entry was entitled "A Song in the Front Yard," and her medium was digital photography.
Thurmont Man Charged With Drug Distribution
A Thurmont man was arrested Tuesday on several drug charges. 18-year-old Eric Gosnell was indicted last week by the Frederick County Grand Jury for possession with intent to distribute marijuana and mushrooms with intent to distribute, along with other offenses.