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A 21-year-old Manassas, Va., man pleaded guilty to first-degree assault Wednesday for badly beating an acquaintance in February 2012 outside of Thurmont. Comment?
A site plan for 111 houses in the next section of the Villages of Urbana met with the Frederick County Planning Commission's approval. Comment?
Catoctin High School senior Anthony Zygmunt interviews social studies teacher and club adviser Deb Clarke during a practice interview Thursday at Catoctin Mountain Park's Camp Greentop. Comment?
Sweet corn was scheduled for planting Thursday at Scenic View Orchards in Sabillasville, but 18-degree weather and frozen ground 2 inches deep delayed the chore. Comment?
The town was approached by Communities of Distinction, a Florida-based company that is doing a series on cities and towns around the nation. Comment?
The presentations were given with the idea that when the formal budget is completed, items could be eliminated due to revenue restrictions. Comment?
That's good news for business owner Art Elder, who did not want a one-way alley proposal to affect his Emmitsburg Car Wash. Comment?
From left, Paramount Elementary School students Stina Klara Brokstorp and Ricardo Hernandez receive new books from Kylie Norwood, a Thurmont Middle School student, on Wednesday morning at the elementary school in Hagerstown. Comment?
The town bought the building for $225,000. Mayor Martin Burns said the maximum to be spent on remodeling would be $200,000. The most costly item, the mayor said, is the proposed installation of two new, handicapped-accessible restrooms. Comment?
The press, circa 1796, was made by John Shaw, of Annapolis. Shaw is responsible for much of the interior and exterior appearance of the Maryland State House. Comment?
A 71-year-old Thurmont man accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl over an 11-month period has been indicted by the Frederick County grand jury. Comment?
Town officials were told Tuesday night that the county had not considered the true cost of the proposed waste-to-energy incinerator. Comment?
A Thurmont man appearing in Sunday's edition of the "Frederick's Most Wanted" feature has been arrested, bringing the total number of captures to 268. Comment?
What does Goodwill do? We extend the life of items that have outgrown people's homes by selling their donations in our stores. Comment?
The National Park Service says Amish volunteers from Indiana are helping to restore some historic cabins in Catoctin Mountain Park near Thurmont. Comment?
Staff photo by Travis S. Pratt Mount Airy Mayor Patrick Rockinberg has blood drawn by phlebotomist Michael Werner during an enrollment event for the American Cancer Society's Cancer Prevention Study-3 on Tuesday at the M&T Bank in Mount Airy. Comment?
The annual free Thurmont Business Expo will be held 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the high school, with 60 vendors. Comment?
Park Ranger Andrew Vecchio demonstrates how trees are drilled for cultivation of sap for maple syrup production Sunday afternoon during the 43rd annual Maple Syrup Festival in Cunningham Falls State Park in Thurmont. Comment?
The former Dailey Funeral Home will be transformed to house town office staff, a public meeting room, conference room and workspace for town officials, if all goes as planned. Comment?
Mark Winpigler, left, attaches a blade to the front of his truck with the help of Greg Young at the Frederick County Highway Deptartment yard Tuesday off Montevue Lane. Comment?