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Jan 26, 2018

Md. stem cell firm’s new product aims to speed medicine development

RoosterBio Inc. has launched a new product that it says could allow for faster and less costly development of regenerative medicine.

Jan 22, 2018

Goodwill Industries leases Frederick building for e-commerce operation

Goodwill Industries of Monocacy Valley Inc. has leased a 110,000 square-foot, building at Matan Companies' Wedgewood West project in Frederick.

Jan 10, 2018

‘Blue Lives Matter’ rally punishment lawsuit dismissed

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a police officer in Maryland who said his department and several superiors violated his constitutional rights in retaliation for a Blue Lives Matter rally he had organized.

Dec 12, 2017

Maryland businessman charged in $50M bank fraud case

A federal grand jury has indicted a Maryland businessman for allegedly scheming to fraudulently obtain $50 million in bank financing for his company and diverting some of the money for personal use.

Dec 7, 2017

Maryland bridge struck by garbage truck closed

A Maryland bridge struck by a garbage truck has been closed.

Dec 5, 2017

UPS trucks, center, packages damaged in Maryland fire

An overnight fire at a UPS center in Maryland has sent a yet undetermined number of packages up in smoke during this holiday season.

Nov 20, 2017

Top state court gives OK for 675 homes in western Maryland

Maryland's highest court has tossed aside a challenge to a 675-home development in western Maryland.

Nov 20, 2017

Md. hospital’s Ebola drill so realistic, chief shoos away camera

An Ebola readiness drill on Tuesday was so realistic that a battalion chief arriving on scene tried to chase away members of the Frederick Memorial Hospital communications staff.

Nov 14, 2017

Md. lab animal facility to close in 2018; 57 to lose jobs

A Massachusetts laboratory services company is planning to close an animal facility in Maryland, and 57 people are set to lose their jobs.

Sep 14, 2017

Md. biotech firm launches new product line for making stem cells

RoosterBio Inc., a biotechnology tools company, on Thursday launched a new product portfolio that it says will improve manufacturing processes for adult stem cells. The Frederick firm’s new CliniControl line is designed to simplify product development of therapies that use human mesenchymal stem/stromal cells. The first product in the line is a bioprocess media kit called RoosterNourish-M[...]

Sep 12, 2017

Father, stepmother get probation for video ‘pranks’ on kids

FREDERICK — A husband and wife who posted controversial “prank” videos of themselves berating their children have been sentenced to five years of probation. The Baltimore Sun reported Monday that Heather and Mike Martin each entered Alford pleas to two counts of child neglect. The pleas allow them to maintain their innocence while acknowledging the evidence. […]

Aug 1, 2017

Md. online auctioneer adds 20 police, government clients

Frederick-based Inc., an online auction website that specializes in helping government agencies auction unclaimed stolen, seized and surplus property, added 20 more municipalities and police departments to its client list. They are: City of Tempe, Arizona; Norwood Police Department, Ohio; City of Hopkinsville, Kentucky; Aspen Police Department, Colorado; Rogers Police Department[...]

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