Frederick County

Reward Offer in 2-State Probe of Marine's Hit-and-Run DeathPolice are announcing a $1,000 reward offer in their expanding investigation of the hit-and-run death of a young Marine who had stopped to help a disabled motorist in Frederick County.
Man Charged With Vehicular Homicide After Crash in AdamstownAn alleged drunken driver has been charged with vehicular homicide after a crash that killed one of his four passengers in Adamstown.
Grand Jury Indicts Man in Deadly Church Stabbing CaseA Frederick County grand jury has indicted a northern Virginia man on murder and attempted murder charges in the stabbing last month of a South Korean couple at a rural religious retreat.
County Board Votes to Repeal English-Only OrdinanceThe elected leaders of Frederick County are repealing an ordinance requiring that county business be conducted in English.
Woman, Husband Were to Sign Divorce Papers the Day They DiedFrederick County authorities say a man and woman were scheduled to sign divorce papers on the day they were found dead in a car shortly after the woman's Brunswick apartment building was set on fire.
Body Cameras Among Frederick Police Chief's PrioritiesThe new police chief in Frederick says his priorities include reducing violent crime and investigating gang activity.
Church Stabbing Suspect Didn't Seem Violent BeforehandThe suspect in a fatal stabbing at a rural Maryland religious retreat behaved oddly but didn't seem violent or seriously mentally ill in the days before the attack, a board member says.
Christian Retreat Official 'Heartbroken' Over StabbingsA board member of the rural Maryland religious retreat where a man was killed in a double stabbing on Sunday says operators are "heartbroken" over the incident.
License for Souvenir Beer Sales at Civil War Museum ApprovedThe Frederick County liquor board has approved the selling of souvenir beer at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine.
Man Killed, Wife Hurt in Maryland Church StabbingA Virginia man has been taken into custody after a stabbing at a Frederick County church that left one man dead and his wife injured.
Md. County Hearing From Public on Disputed English-Only LawThe elected leaders of Frederick County are listening to what citizens have to say about a disputed ordinance requiring that county business be conducted in English.
Md. Farmer Denies Abusing Livestock at Animal Cruelty TrialA Maryland farmer charged with 24 counts of animal cruelty testified Wednesday that he treated his cattle, goats and sheep better than authorities did when they seized the livestock he allegedly neglected.