Almost 50 miles west of Baltimore lies one of the nation's redevelopment gems. Downtown Frederick, once a depressing urban center, now receives accolades for its historic charm, vibrant nightlife and robust high-tech economy.

What it doesn't have is a downtown hotel and...

June 17, 2017

                         

In October of 1976, a massive hundred-year flood hit Frederick, Maryland, causing upwards of $25 million in damages overnight. Ron Young, then mayor, took to a helicopter to survey the...

June 15, 2017

Senator Young, County Executive Jan Gardner, County Council President Bud Otis, and Alderman Michael O'Connor gathered with Jordan Cooper of Public Interest Podcast to discuss advancing the public interest for the people of Frederick.  The podcast can be found at:...

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