Maryland’s attorney general wants a federal court to dismiss Columbia Gas Transmission’s lawsuit over a proposed pipeline.

In paperwork filed in U.S. District Court, Attorney General Brian Frosh argues that, “because the state has sovereign immunity, this court lacks th...

Frederick Community Action Agency (FCAA) will provide free lunches for children who qualify for free or reduced-price meals through the summer.

The Summer Food Service Program began this week and will last until Aug. 30, according to a press release from the FCAA....

The Trump Administration is exploring changing the inflation measure used to update the poverty line each year, which could wipe millions of low-income people off the poverty rolls and eventually make fewer people eligible for benefits such as SNAP, Medicaid, and ACA s...

May 11, 2019

Frederick’s Republican delegation to the Maryland General Assembly got an earful of criticism this week from an unusual source — the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce.

Generally speaking, Republicans and chambers of commerce go hand-in-glove on public policy. But her...

In a livelier than usual Chamber of Commerce legislative wrap-up breakfast Wednesday, Chamber members criticized Republicans in the local delegation for not backing the downtown hotel project. 

After Frederick County's delegates and senators each received time to answer...

To the uninitiated, it can be hard to imagine.

Robots with fingers designed to pick mature tomatoes, among the most delicate of crops. A Fitbit-like collar that monitors the wellbeing of a cow. Drones with sensors to identify dry areas of a field or discover crop produc...

May 8, 2019

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Even among presidential candidates, John F. Kennedy had a knack for creating a stir when he showed up at an event.

His May 13, 1960, campaign appearance in Frederick was no exception, according to a reporter who covered it.

John Ashbury worked for the Frederick News-Post...

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