Family members speak out after daughter dies in quarry crash
FREDERICK, Md. (DC News Now) — The family of one of the victims is sharing their thoughts after a tragic accident in Frederick County, Md. “I never thought this would happen to her so young … we had so many plans,” Kayla Angleberger, sister of one of the victims, said. Kortney Angleberger was one of […]
Frederick house fire displaces resident
A house fire early Tuesday in Frederick displaced one adult who lived there, according to Sarah Campbell, a spokesperson for the Frederick County Division of Fire and Rescue Services. The fire happened in the 1500 block of Havilland Place in Frederick, near the Golden Mile, Campbell said in an interview.
Communities Rally Around Families Of Victims Killed Crashing Charger Into Union Bridge Quarry
At approximately 8:35 a.m. on Sunday, June 4, members of the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office were called to investigate a triple fatal at the Union Bridge Quarry, where there was a violent crash with three victims involved, including Kortney Angleberger, 28, of Keymar, and Dickerson resident Rachel Willis, 23.
Police investigating after woman, daughter assaulted in Frederick
FREDERICK, MD – The Frederick Police Department is seeking public assistance in identifying a suspect involved in a recent robbery. The incident occurred on May 10, 2023, at approximately 5:46 PM. Officers responded to the area of Hillcrest Drive and Lancaster Pl. in Frederick City, where a woman and her juvenile daughter had been assaulted and the woman’s purse stolen. The suspect, described as a white male with a goatee and arm tattoos, fled the scene in a black 2008-2017 Mitsubishi Lancer with an unknown license plate. Those with any information about the suspect or the vehicle are asked to The post Police investigating after woman, daughter assaulted in Frederick appeared first on Shore News Network.
A Gettysburg Campaign Timeline (Part 3)
(WHTM) Our Gettysburg Campaign Timeline continues, with the third full week of the Army of Northern Virginia and Army of the Potomac making moves and countermoves, and the responses of the Federal, State, and local governments to the developing emergency. To view Part One, click here. To view Part Two,...
Gun dealer indicted with Frederick Co. sheriff claims ‘political vindictiveness’
The Maryland gun dealer indicted with Frederick County Sheriff Chuck Jenkins of conspiring and making false statements to illegally acquire machine guns says the indictment is based on “political vindictiveness” and is asking a federal judge to drop the case. Robert Krop, the owner of The Machine Gun...
Fire causes 'heavy damage' to Buckeystown Pub kitchen
A fire at Buckeystown Pub on Monday evening caused “heavy damage” to the kitchen, according to Sarah Campbell, a spokesperson for the Frederick County Division of Fire and Rescue Services. A call came in at 5:43 p.m. about a fire in the 6800 block of Michaels Mill Road...
Deputies continue investigating cause of deadly crash into Frederick Co. quarry: 'very tragic situation'
BALTIMORE -- Deputies continue to investigate what led to a deadly crash down into a quarry in Frederick County Sunday morning.Three people - identified as Kortney Angleberger, 28, Robert Grossnickle, 65, and Rachel Willis, 23 - died after crashing into the Union Bridge Quarry near Peter Shriner and Clemonsville roads. Since the Frederick County Sheriff's Office identified them, family and friends have been posting tributes on social media.Authorities were first alerted to this crash a little after 8:30 a.m. Sunday. People saw parts of a car leading up to the fence surrounding the quarry, seeing the car at the bottom before calling...
FCPS to launch STEM centers in two elementary schools
Frederick County Public Schools on Tuesday announced a new partnership with Edgewater Federal Solutions and the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation to establish STEM centers in two elementary schools. The centers will open in the upcoming school year at Tuscarora Elementary and Whittier Elementary schools.
Vote for your favorite Frederick County flag
Three semi-finalists for the 275th Anniversary County flag re-design contest have moved forward to the final round, which is open for public voting until 10 p.m. June 10, with the conclusion of the 275th Jubilee event at Utica Park. The winning flag design by highest vote will be announced on...
Police: Hagerstown bicyclist dies after running stop light
A Hagerstown bicyclist died Saturday morning in the downtown area after running a stop light and getting hit by a vehicle, according to Hagerstown Police. Alexander Gonzalez, 24, was pronounced deceased at the scene, according to an email from Lt. Rebecca Fetchu, spokeswoman for the police department. Hiking path stabilized:Park...
Crash near Lewistown injures driver
A man was seriously injured after his car crashed near Lewistown on Tuesday, according to Frederick County Division of Fire and Rescue Services spokesperson Sarah Campbell. An emergency crew was called at 1:58 p.m. to the 10900 block of Putman Road, Campbell said in a phone interview.
Smoke Coming From Fires in Canada Are The Cause for Code Orange and Red Air Day (Wednesday, June 7)
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) has forecast a Code Orange air day for the Metropolitan Washington region tomorrow: Wednesday, June 7. Code Orange levels mean the air is unhealthy for sensitive groups. Smoke coming from fires in Canada will contribute to the increased levels of fine particle pollution. Frederick, Baltimore and areas north/west will fall under a Code Red. On unhealthy air days, COG advises the following health precautions:
Sheriff IDs Three Killed Crashing Dodge Charger Into MD Quarry
New details have been released after three people were killed in a triple-fatal crash at the Union Bridge Quarry in Frederick County over the weekend.At approximately 8:35 a.m. on Sunday, June 4, members of the sheriff’s office were called to investigate a reported crash involving two women and a m…
Smithsonian Channel to air new documentary about story of Catoctin Furnace ironworkers
THURMONT, Md. (DC News Now) — A documentary called “America’s Hidden Stories: Forged in Slavery” will soon air on the Smithsonian Channel. Filming for the documentary began in 2021 and will take a look at who the enslaved ironworkers of Catoctin Furnace were and what happened to their community. Crystal Claggette said she’s a descendant […]
Burned-out Mercedes found near golf course in Adams County
ABBOTTSTOWN, Pa. — A stolen Mercedes Benz was abandoned and set on fire near a golf course in Berwick Township, Adams County, on Saturday, according to Pennsylvania State Police. "Police responded to the Bridges Golf Course for reports of a fire," a statement from PSP said. "Upon arrival a...
Motorcyclist Killed In Head-On Crash With Vintage Vehicle In Frederick: Sheriff
Poolesville resident Glenn Rice, Jr. has been identified by the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office as the biker who was struck head-on by a 1962 Daimler passenger car on Sunday, June 4. At approximately 3:50 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, deputies were called to the area of Park Mills Road ear...
How well do you know your Frederick County history?
In celebration of Frederick County’s 275th anniversary, gather some friends and family and test each other with these local history trivia questions. 1. In the spring and summer of 1861, Maryland legislators met outside of Annapolis. In what city did they meet?
New Maryland recycling law aims to shift the culture. What will it mean for you?
In one Western Maryland county, 350 tons of trash, yard and construction debris cross the scale each day at the landfill. In Annapolis, one new law is trying to cut that number down, making sure that statewide recycling rates are high and only what’s needed gets produced to begin with.
As summer approaches, change to Maryland's child care system could enroll more kids at camp
This week, the basketball gym was near empty at the Hagerstown YMCA when the area’s congressional representative visited. Next week, however, the gym is scheduled to be near capacity with over 200 children on site for the start of summer camp. Nearly half (47 percent) of those children are...
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