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Health department reminds women to check for breast cancer
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to an end, Mary Jackson at the Frederick County Health Department hopes women will not put off taking care of themselves.
Caroline urges Md. funding for 404
DENTON — In a meeting with Maryland Department of Transportation officials Tuesday, Oct. 14, Caroline County commissioners and their legislative representatives thanked the state for funding the const
Free food distribution to be held at Frederick middle school
A free food distribution will be held at a Frederick school for several hours in two weeks.
Seaford police investigating bank robbery
SEAFORD, Del. — Seaford police are investigating a Tuesday, Oct. 14, armed robbery at the PNC Bank located at 1200 W. Stein Highway in Seaford.
Mural will depict history of New Market, road
A burst of color on a white wall will help brighten a busy intersection and honor the history of New Market.
Candidate forum set for Thursday in Libertytown
Candidates for Frederick County executive, council and sheriff will gather Thursday at the Libertytown fire hall.
Sampson running unopposed for BOE in District 1
EASTON — Four of the seven Talbot County Board of Education seats are up for grabs in the upcoming Nov. 4 election, but the seat for District 1 has already been decided.
Morgan Stanley awards local community grants
To recognize exceptional achievement, the ten Morgan Stanley wealth management complexes with the highest participation in the firm’s Global Volunteer Month received grants to donate in their communit
Annual college fair draws hundreds
NewarkPostOnline.com / Wed, 22 Oct 2014 02:30:00 -0400
High school students from all across the county headed to the Bob Carpenter Center on Tuesday night to peruse the booths, talk to college reps and learn about potential schools during the 57th annual
Fort Detrick’s commander wants to connect with county
Fort Detrick’s new “mayor” wants to get closer to Buckeystown. And Brunswick. And Middletown. And New Market.
Funds raised for field project
At their 35-year class reunion, members of the Gov. Thomas Johnson High School Class of 1979 raised $1,705 for the T.J. Field Project. From left are Rixey Hoult, Kelley Ramsburg, Patti Misko, Emy Jo K
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