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5 people have been charged with the death of a Frederick teen
Limber Lopez Funez, 15, was reported missing in February of this year. During their initial search, Frederick County police found what they deemed to be a crime scene in a wooded area of a neighborhood near Orchard Way. Detectives gained information that then led them to Gambrills State Park –...
Catoctin's Brody Buffington caps remarkable career with more history, Cougars defend 1A boys track title
LANDOVER — At the end of one the greatest, albeit brief, careers in the history of Frederick County track and field, Catoctin's Brody Buffington was asked how he would like to be remembered. In his own simple and straightforward way, he answered, "Just as the guy that can run...
Raphael Della Ratta, C’92, Funds the Climb the Mount Initiative
Mount St. Mary’s University President Timothy E. Trainor. Ph.D., today announced that Raphael Della Ratta, C’92, has made a major gift to fund the Climb the Mount initiative in support of the university’s mission. Della Ratta is a member of the Mount’s Board of Trustees and a long-time supporter of the liberal arts at the university.
FPD Charges 5 Suspects with 1st-Degree Murder in the Death of Missing 15-Year-Old Limber Lopez Funez
On February 25, 2023, 15-year-old Limber Lopez Funez was reported missing by his family to the Frederick Police Department. Detectives were assigned to locate him and a search was conducted in the wooded area near Orchard Way, which led to the discovery of a crime scene indicating a serious assault had taken place.
Five charged after missing teen's body discovered in Gambrill State Park
Five people face charges in connection with the murder of a missing teen whose remains were found in Gambrill State Park.
Frederick Classical Charter School on probation for second time in two years
Frederick Classical Charter School is again on probation after the county school board renewed concerns about its governance. The Frederick County Board of Education voted 5-2 for the probation at its work session on May 17.
Sister Mary Kate Birge to speak on scripture and racism
Sister Mary Kate Birge, S.S.J., will deliver the eleventh annual William K. Collinge Lecture Monday, June 12, at 7 p.m., in the multipurpose room at St. Francis Xavier School, 465 Table Rock Rd., Gettysburg. In her lecture, “‘Impatient for Justice and Patient for God’—Catholic Social Teaching and Its Call to the Work of Anti-Racism,” Sister Mary Kate will employ the lens of Scripture to explore Catholic Social Teaching’s challenge to racism.
Officials celebrate preservation center's progress, await next step
Preservation is a mix of modern techniques and old practices, said Moss Rudley, superintendent of the National Historic Preservation Training Center in Frederick. In a few years, Rudley’s facility is expected to move out of its old downtown facility and into a new, larger facility on the west side of the city, after receiving congressional approval earlier this year.
More information on May 21 officer involved shooting is released by BCSD
QUINCY TOWNSHIP, MI (WTVB) – More information has been released by the Branch County Sheriff’s Department concerning the May 21 officer involved shooting incident in Quincy Township. Branch County Sheriff Deputies and Coldwater Police were assisting Quincy Police in executing a search warrant at a property on U.S....
Family members of Smithsburg-area mass shooting victims caught off guard by hearing notice
When Angie Frey heard the man who shot and killed her husband at work last summer was scheduled for a release hearing from a maximum-security psychiatric hospital after a judge ordered him there about four weeks ago, she was stunned. "I just sat here and cried," said Frey, of Waynesboro,...
Select GameTimePA's YAIAA Athletes of the Week for May 22 to May 27
The spring season is winding down and it's the final time to select YAIAA Athletes of the Week. Each week readers select their top boy and girl athlete in an online poll at ydr.com/gametimepa and eveningsun.com/gametimepa. Last week, Central York lacrosse player Macon Myers won the boys' poll and Littlestown...
Aldermen approve spending $1.182 million on two fire trucks that won’t arrive in Quincy for two years
QUINCY — The Quincy City Council recommended approval Tuesday night to go into a contract with Banner Fire Equipment from Roxana to spend $1.182 million on two 2025 E-One fire trucks that the department won’t receive for two years. The Quincy Fire Department operates five trucks in “front...
Sixteen new lieutenants in Carroll’s Fire and EMS department to be inducted this week
Carroll County will induct 16 lieutenants into the new Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services Thursday during a commissioning ceremony that county officials are calling historic. The induction comes three years after the county created its first combination fire and EMS department. “It’s extremely important,” District 5 Commissioner Ed Rothstein said. “This is an initial step to ...
Introducing June's read | FOX43 Book Club
FOX43's Ally Debicki and Adams County Library's Jess Laganosky introduced the fourth book to be featured in the FOX43 Book Club. The discussion will be on June 28.
Craig Cavin and Johan Lowie host simultaneous art shows on Fifth Street
Two beloved and esteemed Frederick artists, Craig Cavin and Johan Lowie, will hold simultaneous exhibitions inside Griffin Art Center this month to showcase new work. Craig Cavin’s exhibition, “Threatened and Endangered Orchids found in the Catoctin Mountains of Frederick MD,” includes interpretive renderings based on web images of plants classified as either threatened, endangered or invasive.
Woodsboro Memorial Day parade a chance to remember those who died
The weather on Sunday afternoon was perfect for the Memorial Day parade in Woodsboro. It was warm, with a cool, wispy breeze that made the American flags resting on vehicles and flagpoles wave gently. It was Dale Young’s first time in the parade. He was driving his red classic Chevrolet...
On holiday weekend, pool opening ushers in family fun
Grilling, swimming, soccer, tennis and time with family marked the beginning of a new season for many visitors throughout Frederick’s Baker Park on Monday. Opening weekend of the Edward P. Thomas Memorial Swimming Pool has a certain significance, said Kasey Fleagle, 25, a senior cashier.
People honor and remember fallen heroes at Memorial Day ceremony in Frederick
FREDERICK, Md. (DC News Now) — People gather for a Memorial Day ceremony at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Frederick, M.d. to honor fallen heroes. Shawnta DiFalco said she takes this day to remember her friends and family who fought for the country while sharing her family’s military history with her children. “Jake was my good […]
Are you ready for the summer?
Warmer days are here, and Summer is just around the corner. With kids and teens counting down the days until the start of summer, I am also preparing for a Summer of fun. The Adams County Library System is getting ready for SummerQuest and FunFest. This year’s theme is “All-together Now,” and it celebrates kindness, friendship, and unity.
Summer Classic Movies series starts June 7 at Majestic Theater
Gettysburg College’s Majestic Theater will celebrate film favorites old and new when the annual Summer Classic Movie series kicks off June 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the historic 1925 auditorium. Enjoy classic movies in the beautifully restored historic theater every Wednesday night through Aug. 23. Tickets for each film...
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