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A Tale Of Two Protests


On July 14th downtown Frederick hosted two, 287(g) rallies. One rally in support of the 287(g) program and one against. The rally in oppo...

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Dozens gather in call to defund sheriff’s office, end 287(g) program


Chants of “The people — united — will never be defeated!” and “What we do want? Justice! When do we want it? Now!” echoed around the Baker Park bandsh...

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Residents show support for Jenkins, local law enforcement

Staff photo by Bill Green

Roughly 50 people waved blue line flags and variations of the message “support our sheriff” at the intersection of Market and Patrick streets in Frede...

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Current, former councilmen debate charter, commissioner government in Frederick


A Frederick County councilman spent much of a debate Monday night outlining some of the pros of charter government, while a former councilman and two ...

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Conservative club suspends petition campaign amid coronavirus concerns


The Frederick County Conservative Club is suspending its campaign to collect petition signatures for voters to decide this fall whether to return to t...

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Debate Of The Year: Kirby Delauter and Kai Hagen


Mark your calendars and set your watches for Monday, March 9 from 6-9:00 p.m. at the Red Horse Steak House, 996 W Patrick Street, Frederick, MD 21703....

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Frederick Conservative Club Seeks to Pay off $8K+ FCPS Lunch Debt


Some accounts owe $10 while the highest owes $800. Frederick, MD – School lunch debt is a national concern with state legislators seeking solutions...

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Political notes: Club forms to represent conservative values


A new club looking to represent conservative values surfaced on social media this week in an outreach campaign to see if it could be viable. The Fr...

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