Toddler dies after being struck by vehicle in Md.
The Maryland State Police says a 2-year-old who was struck by a car over the weekend in Walkersville has died.
No new welcome mat wanted for Walkersville
At a May 8 meeting, Burgess Ralph Whitmore said that he has no interest in spending money to erect a sign welcoming visitors to the town.
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.
Police Seize Seven Pounds of Marijuana and Nine Firearms At Walkersville Residence
A Frederick man is facing several charges after police say they found over seven pounds of marijuana, $30,000 and nine firearms in his possession.
Walkersville Man Pleads Guilty To Rape, Kidnapping
A Walkersville man could be spending a lot of time in prison for his involvement in a sexual assault.
New Walkersville library still on track for 2017
The Frederick Board of County Commissioners decided, without taking a formal vote Thursday, to leave construction of a new $6 million library in the fiscal 2017 capital spending plan, instead of moving up its design to fiscal 2015 and construction to fiscal 2016.
Gun Rights Group Takes Aim at 35 Maryland Counties, Towns
A gun owners' rights group has threatened to sue 35 Maryland counties or municipalities unless they repeal regulations that the group says violate state gun laws.
Frederick County crime dropped 7 percent in 2012
Frederick County residents are among the safest in the United States, with a per capita crime rate less than half the nationwide average, according to data released last week by the Frederick County Sheriff's Office and the Frederick Barrack of the Maryland State Police.
Group threatens to sue Md. town over gun law
Since 1975, it's been illegal to carry or fire a loaded gun inside the town limits of Walkersville, Md.