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Frederick County (Maryland)

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  • Record highs possible Weds., Thurs.

     
    If you liked those record highs in the upper 90s last week, you're going to love the middle of this week. Forecasters say with summer-like high pressure settling over the region, Central Maryland can expect high temperatures Wednesday and Thursday......
  • Is this all there is?

     
    Maybe it doesn't look so bad to you out there. Maybe you're ready to get out on the road and have a look around, or head for Gramma's house with the kids. Here's meteorologist Eric the Red's take on what's......
  • In for another soaking

     
    Looks like Central Maryland will be in the chute again as stalled weather systems to our east and west conspire to channel a few more days of tropical moisture, showers, rain and thunderstorms this way.With nearly 20 inches of rain......
  • Snow totals in Maryland

     
    Accumulations from Wednesday's snow event, such as it was, ranged from a trace at BWI to 2 inches in Frederick County, according to the National Weather Service. Most people if they were lucky saw a dusting on their lawns. Trained......
  • Here's one way to call the slots tossup

    The last poll I saw on slots showed about 54 percent of Marylanders still supporting a state constitutional amendment allowing the gambling machines. That support was not as large as it appeared to be eight or nine months ago, which fits a theory I have:...
  • Bracing for the sniper trial

    Lori Ann Lewis-Rivera was the shy little girl with fine blond hair, the teenager who didn't use profanity, the young woman absorbed in mystery novels and, finally, a 25-year-old nanny thousands of miles from home. She was Marion and Jo Lewis' daughter,...
  • Two horses killed after displaying signs of virus

    Two Frederick County horses have been euthanized and a Howard County emu chick died after all three developed symptoms that have since been linked to the West Nile virus. The cases are the first West Nile viral infections in horses reported in Maryland...
  • West Nile is diagnosed in Arundel patient

    West Nile virus was confirmed yesterday in a Crofton woman, making her the state's second victim this year of the mosquito-borne illness, the Anne Arundel County health department said. Mary Sorenson, 56, said she started aching July 27, had serious...
  • Failing grades for school bus safety [Editorial]

    Failing grades for school bus safety  [Editorial]
    This week, youngsters across Maryland will board the "big yellow cheese wagon," as it's sometimes called, and head back to school. And chances are high (aside perhaps from those teary-eyed moms and dads waving good-bye to their kindergartners for the...
  • Storms could bring heavy rain, strong winds Wednesday afternoon, evening

    Storms could bring heavy rain, strong winds Wednesday afternoon, evening
    Severe thunderstorms were moving through Western Maryland on Wednesday afternoon and could bring periods of heavy rain and damaging wind gusts to the Baltimore area later. Boonsboro and Hagerstown in Washington County and parts of northern Frederick...
  • A place of tribute to Francis Scott Key, west of Ft. McHenry

    A place of tribute to Francis Scott Key, west of Ft. McHenry
    Francis Scott Key is so closely identified with Ft. McHenry that the south Baltimore landmark is considered the go-to place to learn how the 15-starred American flag that flew after the fort's bombardment 200 years ago inspired him to write the poem...