Officers with the Frederick Police Department responded to the Frederick Municipal Airport on Sunday around 4:58 p.m. for a trespassing/suspicious person complaint.
Upon arrival, officers contacted a Maryland State Police aviation trooper who was detaining a female later identified as Laurie Katz, 37, of Jefferson, MD.
A white Hyundai Sonata was stopped on Interstate 70 traveling west prior to New Design, Frederick County on Sunday around 2:45 a.m., for being operated with suspended registration and an inoperable brake lamp marker.
According to a press release, a search was conducted and troopers with the Maryland State Police Frederick Barrack found marijuana and a backpack. Inside the backpack were gloves, a mask, a hoodie, and a 9mm handgun.
It's been nearly a year since construction began for the Humane Society of Washington County's new animal clinic addition. On Saturday the HSWC welcomed honored guests to its opening ceremony. Additions include new state-of-the-art spay and neuter clinic and a surgical room.
The Keystone Indoor Drill Association, also known as KIDA, has been welcoming color guard, majorettes and percussion ensemble competitions in the four-state-region for 34 years with its friendly tournaments.
On February 19, 2015 firefighters from the Halfway Volunteer Fire Department rescued a man from a 3-story house fire on the 10900 block of Allen Avenue and Saturday that man said thank you to his rescuers in person
A West Virginia man died Friday night after a state trooper shot him.
The Keyser Detachment of the West Virginia State Police responded to a call concerning Harvey E. Oates, 42, who was distraught and in possession of a gun Saturday at approximately 11 p.m.
Thirteen different local law enforcement agencies from Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia met at Hagerstown Community College on Friday to discuss the best methods of finding, investigating and prosecuting animal cruelty.
It's been two months since the shooting of a Goodwill security guard in Walkersville, Md. and with no arrests made, the family is offering a $2,000 dollar reward for information on the person or persons responsible.
A Frederick man was sentenced to six months in federal prison after pleading guilty to stealing the social security numbers and personal information of more than 11,000 intellectually and developmentally disabled people.
"I know that it's going to be hard to turn her back over in two years but I also realize her purpose in life is much larger than being my pet and once you see where these dogs are going and what they're going to do. It's phenomenal," said Ours.
In Maryland and across the U.S. in recent years, there has been a push for local health departments to become accredited. For Allegany County Health Department (ACHD), the long, tedious, process to receive the prestigious recognition is over.