A group of local child care providers broke into applause at Thursday’s meeting of the city’s Board of Aldermen after the Frederick Community Action Agency received approval to move forward with sponsorship of the countywide Child and Adult Care Food Program.
ANNAPOLIS — The Senate chamber appeared split down party lines on whether school systems should again be allowed to start classes before Labor Day, but there was local bipartisan support among the partisan fray.
Sen. Ron Young (D-Frederick) and Sen. Michael Hough (R-Fre...
Our office has been contacted several times with questions about filing 2018 taxes in light of the changes to federal tax law contained in the Tax Reform Act of 2017. The Maryland Comptroller's Office has provided a page that answers most common questions: