Nancy Lavin, Frederick News-Post

Nancy Lavin

Frederick News-Post

2, Frederick, MD, United States

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Past articles by Nancy:

McClement calls for stable tax rate, increases to water and sewer fees in proposed budget

City of Frederick water users would see their bills go up for the second consecutive year under Mayor Randy McClement’s proposed budget for fiscal 2017. → Read More

Team touts use of community feedback for planned workforce housing in downtown Frederick

The series of town halls and neighborhood meetings held for a downtown workforce housing project were more than just a gesture. → Read More

City staff hatches plan that could allow backyard chickens in Frederick

After several false starts, and a long nesting period, plans to allow backyard chickens in Frederick may be hatching. → Read More

TV screen signs denied for office in downtown Frederick historic district

Two TV screens that have been used as window signs don’t belong in the Frederick Town Historic District, a commission ruled on Thursday. → Read More

Slight population growth in Frederick County in new data, but more than in most Md. counties

Frederick County’s population increased faster from 2014 to 2015 than three-quarters of Maryland’s counties, according to new population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau released Thursday. → Read More

Airport storage building plans prepare for takeoff

More than $1 million of snow removal equipment sits in a corner of Frederick Municipal Airport, outside and unprotected. → Read More

Urbana family showcases Terps pride, food in Rachael Ray cook-off

Clad in red University of Maryland shirts, heads held high, the Harpers left it all on the court. → Read More

Frederick's risk assessor highlights spirit of giving back

Risk management may not seem like a career calling, especially to a college student. → Read More

Whittier Elementary School student dies

A student at Whittier Elementary School has died, according to a letter sent from Principal Amy Schwiegerath on Friday. → Read More

New Chipotle branch slated for Golden Mile

The red and brown pepper logo of Chipotle Mexican Grill is coming to the eastern entrance to the city of Frederick’s Golden Mile. → Read More

East Street redevelopment plans spark concern from industrial businesses

East Frederick is one of few remaining strongholds for industrial businesses in the city and county. → Read More

Two film shoots set for downtown Frederick this weekend

Downtown Frederick will serve as the setting for two separate, back-to-back film shoots this weekend, according to city news releases sent on Wednesday. → Read More

Company seeks to settle dispute with city historic commission over replacing window shutters

A dispute over replacing the window shutters of an office building in historic downtown Frederick may be resolved out of court. → Read More

Spring fever spreads to downtown Frederick

A bone-chilling breeze whipped down Market Street on Thursday afternoon. The sky was dark. Passing walkers burrowed deeper into their puffy coats to brace against the wind. → Read More

Delayed development, new complaints put South Market Street blight site back in spotlight

The city of Frederick is changing its approach to tackling problems posed by a prominent downtown blight site. → Read More

Shamrock Restaurant owner remembered for community impact

For 53 years, the Shamrock Restaurant in Thurmont has welcomed customers through its doors seven days a week — aside from major holidays — without fail. → Read More

Downtown tech incubator project on track despite less state funding

A building that Frederick County owns downtown will be turned into an economic development hub for tech startup companies despite receiving less state funding than requested. → Read More

Frederick County's Child Advocacy Center earns national accreditation

The Child Advocacy Center of Frederick County has received national accreditation for the first time in its 16-year history. → Read More

Shutters showdown: Mackintosh takes city preservation commission to court over office renovation

The window shutters of a downtown Frederick office building are at the center of a legal dispute between owners of a local real estate company and the city of Frederick → Read More

Frederick man charged with sex offense against second 13-year-old girl

A Frederick man recently charged with raping a 13-year-old girl now faces a second set of charges in connection with a separate sexual act with a different girl, according to → Read More