It's been more than seven months since Timothy Davison was run off the road on Interstate-81 and then shot and killed. And with a recent road rage incident just days ago, it's putting some residents on edge.
“That’s phase two of the development plan that we voted on a couple of years ago, the contractor was awarded this January and because of the weather they didn't get started,” said Frederick Mayor Randy McClement.
A four vehicle collision claimed the life of one person Wednesday morning along Taneytown Pike (Rt. 140). The crash happened at 10:24 a.m. along the eastbound side of Rt. 140, west of Four Points Bridge Road in Frederick County.
The call came in just after 3:30 a.m. for a residential structure fire at 341 Osage Street. Officials said they arrived to find a multi-family house, consisting of two apartments, with significant smoke coming from the upstairs.
"Just the house was fully engulfed. I mean, there was fire jumping out off the roof and everything. The side of the house, out of the garage, the front of it, and it was just a lot of fire," said Keith Carter, neighbor.
"It really is a legacy gift. The panels that were put on the roof will make energy for decades, and so it's exciting to be apart of something that has that will produce energy long beyond the time that we're here," said Colin Williams, Mountainview Solar.
"There's no evidence that Henry ever attacked any cubs,” he said, matter-of-factly. “It's as simple as that. We were way too close to each other, and that's all it was to it. She has cubs. Everybody knows a mother bear with cubs is a dangerous commodity, and she felt threatened."
A West Virginia man has been charged with malicious wounding and procuring a person, after investigators with the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office in Virginia said he tried to pimp out his 34-year-old sister for sex, and beat up a security guard.
Members of the borough council say the SET team isn't necessary, and that they'd rather have more officers out patrolling the streets. On the other hand, the Police Department says they need it in case an emergency situation were to happen.
Warrant officers with Baltimore City Police responded to Cumberland Tuesday, August 26, 2014 after receiving information that the suspect, Dontray White, 23, may have fled to the area to avoid apprehension.
Hasty turned 18-years-old on July 1, 2014, but because he was 17-years-old when the crime was committed, he applied to have his case transferred to the juvenile court system. On Tuesday, August 26 that request was granted.
"The downtown movement used some of the feedback that they got for this board when they were planning pop-up shops, so for example, you'll see some different ideas for types of retail that people want to see, or kids activities, an ice cream shop was a big one, and so those things became a reality over the weekend."