Paige Jones, Frederick News-Post

Paige Jones

Frederick News-Post

2, Frederick, MD, United States

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Past articles by Paige:

NTSB releases new report on 2014 fatal midair collision of plane, helicopter

A new National Transportation Safety Board report details the sequence of events and circumstances leading up to the deadly midair collision near Frederick Municipal Airport in 2014. → Read More

Funding for Frederick higher ed center solidified in state budget

A Frederick higher education program in science and technology will become a reality this fall after Maryland lawmakers approved a state budget last week that includes critical funding for the → Read More

Thurmont woman taken to hospital after crash near Smithsburg

A two-vehicle crash Monday morning near Smithsburg involved a Thurmont woman, according to state police. → Read More

Police investigate stabbing in downtown Frederick

Frederick police are investigating a stabbing downtown that left one man injured early Monday. → Read More

Experts say waiting until last minute to file taxes could delay getting refund

With the deadline to file taxes looming just two weeks away, local financial experts and tax preparers seem to echo the same advice: File sooner rather than later. → Read More

Cafe 611 property for sale; restaurant to remain

Cafe 611 is looking for a new landlord, but the restaurant is not closing. → Read More

Manufacturing nonprofit launches statewide internship program

College students in Maryland can work with manufacturing companies this summer as part of a new internship program launched by the nonprofit Maryland Manufacturing Extension Partnership. → Read More

Dutch equipment brings green approach to applying manure to Frederick County farmland

Farmers in Frederick and Washington counties have a more environmentally friendly method for using manure to enrich farmland through a nonprofit’s recent purchase of advanced farming equipment. → Read More

Potomac Edison: New line, transformer reduces power failures in eastern Frederick County

Potomac Edison has finished work to shorten power failures in eastern Frederick County. → Read More

Process starts for recouping costs related to January snowstorm in Frederick County

Frederick County agencies, municipalities and organizations took the first step toward applying for reimbursement for costs incurred during the January snowstorm that deposited nearly 3 feet of snow. → Read More

Urbana native helped turn passion for lacrosse into business start-up

Before Peter Schofield walks across the stage to accept his college diploma this May, the Urbana High School graduate will already have the experience of starting a business under his → Read More

Frederick County, municipal officials look to revitalize Brunswick with enterprise zone designation

Brunswick officials are working with Frederick County staff to apply for an enterprise zone designation, a state program that would encourage property investments and job growth in the city. → Read More

Governor says state dedicating more than $160M to specific road, bridge projects in Frederick County

Bridges on I-270 and Md. 180 will be built as part of more than $160 million in specific road and bridge improvements funded by the state, Gov. Larry Hogan announced → Read More

Report: Snowstorm cost county schools, government and municipalities $3.9M

The January snowstorm that deposited nearly 3 feet of snow cost Frederick County Public Schools and the county and municipal governments $3.926 million, according to a preliminary report released Tuesday. → Read More

North County Walkaround: Emmitsburg rebuilding sidewalk

Emmitsburg is taking steps to improve its walkability this month. Beginning Monday, the Maryland State Highway Administration will start rebuilding sidewalks on South Seton Avenue. The portion of the sidewalk that will be reconstructed runs along the east side of South Seton Avenue from Main Street to slightly past the entrance to the National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton complex, according… → Read More

Voltaggio to open restaurant at Baltimore airport

Family Meal, the American fare, diner-style restaurant group owned by local celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio, is coming to Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport this fall. → Read More

Brewer's Alley to build out new dining room, rooftop terrace

Brewer’s Alley, a longtime dining and drinking establishment in downtown Frederick, is undergoing major renovations to expand outdoor seating and bring its brewing system back home. → Read More

H&M to open at FSK Mall this fall

Hennes & Mauritz AB, more commonly known as H&M, is coming to Francis Scott Key Mall this fall. → Read More

Work at Frederick Towne Mall progresses behind closed doors

To the naked eye, the long-vacant Frederick Towne Mall remains unchanged since it closed in 2013. → Read More

Frederick County Minority Business Vision program makes strides in first year

A mix of current and future business owners, elected officials and community leaders gathered last week to celebrate the first year of a new county initiative that aims to connect → Read More