A federal judge has ruled that Frederick County is liable to pay damages in a Salvadoran woman's lawsuit over being wrongfully profiled and arrested.
A Frederick IT services firm recently acquired a Salisbury maker of radio parts. Patriot Technologies Inc. bought Clearcomm Technologies.
ThompsonGas, a propane distributor with offices in 20 states, and headquartered in Frederick, chose a new CEO in June.
Hood College received a grant from the National Science Foundation to support new math and technology scholarships.
A Frederick digital marketing firm that targets older consumers has a new partnership with a company that makes robotic pets.
The Frederick Innovative Technology Center Inc., a technology incubator in Frederick, received the most money in fiscal year 2019 grant awards from the Rural Maryland Council's Rural Maryland Prosperity Investment Fund.
A western Maryland county is turning a profit on its contract with the federal government to house detainees for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Authorities say roughly 300 people were told to leave a Maryland park on the Fourth of July because neighbors complained about loud music, people drinking alcohol and parked cars.
Battelle National Biodefense Institute donated $50,000 to Frederick County Public Schools to be used for STEM challenge grants.
Frederick-based iHire LLC, a provider of industry job boards dedicated to specific professions, has launched iHireTransportation, a website that replaces its iHireTrucking website.
The Crowley Co., a maker of digital scanners for libraries and archivists, will add cloud capabilities and gain a distribution partner after signing two agreements.
Authorities say a Maryland teen accused of meticulously planning a violent attack at her high school has been sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty in the case.