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Frederick News-Post

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Past articles by Lindsay:

Child Advocacy Center's new canine member provides comforting presence

Lynn Davis’ office at the Child Advocacy Center of Frederick County has been named “the Hodge lodge.” → Read More

TJ High team overcomes fort-like obstacles in regional robotics competition

It was like a “castle siege,” said Bryce Kelley, a Gov. Thomas Johnson High School junior. → Read More

Bunitsky leads school board candidates in campaign contributions

Roughly six weeks before the primary election, Michael Bunitsky’s campaign has taken in the most money among the contenders for Frederick County Board of Education. → Read More

Urbana Middle School principal turns confiscated hoodlike object into diversity lesson

When Urbana Middle School Principal Michelle Concepcion saw students with a hoodlike object in the cafeteria on Thursday, she thought it “could represent a symbol of hatred,” so she confiscated → Read More

United Way of Frederick County CEO stepping down to take job with state group

United Way of Frederick County is saying goodbye to its chief executive officer. → Read More

Students share anti-drug messages with peers in Classmates4Life contest

The video showed a series of shots of light bulbs and lamps, their light sometimes growing bright or suddenly disappearing. → Read More

Tuscarora High student starts water drive to help Flint residents

For Isaiah Tillman, the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, hit home. It was not just because he has relatives in and near the city. He also heard about the effects → Read More

Charter school's Spanish program sparks heated school board discussion

Some Frederick County school board members pushed back Wednesday against a drafted change to Carroll Creek Montessori Public Charter School's charter, saying it could translate to a less intensive Spanish-language → Read More

Black History Month event honors county's African-American community, leaders

Frederick County and city officials gathered with others Tuesday to recognize Black History Month and highlight the importance of the African-American community in the county, said County Executive Jan Gardner. → Read More

Frederick Community College board approves $51 million budget proposal

Frederick Community College’s requested fiscal 2017 operating budget includes a tuition increase for students and a pay increase for employees. → Read More

Virtual courses could help ease class-size increases, Board of Education finds

The Frederick County Board of Education forwarded its $569.3 million budget request for next year to County Executive Jan Gardner on Wednesday, and added some flexibility for how to use → Read More

Shirts honor late Middletown High student 'clothed with strength and dignity'

Facing the first anniversary of her cousin Claire Knight’s death, Loren Maxwell looked for a positive way to remember her. Maxwell wanted to spread a message she found amid the → Read More

School Notes: Middle school students deliver roses to nursing home residents

When told they could define their service learning project, three students rose to the challenge. → Read More

Frederick Police searching for missing teen

The Frederick Police Department is looking for a 16-year-old girl missing since Sunday, according to a news release issued Monday. → Read More

FCPS cancels, postpones after-school and evening activities

Frederick County Public Schools has canceled or postponed all school system and community-group after-school and evening activities due to the wintry weather predicted Friday evening. → Read More

County school board members discuss proposed class size decrease

A few Frederick County Board of Education members Wednesday tossed around the idea of helping schools hit hardest by a class size increase that was made last year. → Read More

All-county festival spotlights high school music talent

The rich sound of layered violins, violas, cellos and string basses playing Beethoven filled the auditorium of Gov. Thomas Johnson High School on Saturday evening. → Read More

Mount sports complex reopens, but not field house with partially collapsed roof

The John J. Dillon Field House at Mount St. Mary’s University remained closed Tuesday after part of its roof collapsed Saturday, while the sports complex that houses it reopened Monday, → Read More