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Katie Champion Riley The Gazette (Frederick County) Four community newspapers serving Frederick County, Md.

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10/21/2011
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Walkersville High School students are organizing a concert to benefit Sawyer Smith and the family of Jacqueline Shayuth, two students involved in a fatal car crash in July.

Events proceeds to aid funeral cost and medical bills for Shayuth, Smith

10/20/2011
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Frederick Community College officials are asking for the public’s help in finding their next president.

Residents invited to weigh in during two public forums on Oct. 27

10/14/2011
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Crimes in Frederick County include murder and attempted murders, an armed home invasion, assault on two police officers, attempted stabbings, robberies and attempted robberies, public disturbance, threatening witnesses to crimes, beatings to initiate new members, and possession and distribution drugs.

Police investigation into the South Side Brims Bloods spanned the state

10/06/2011
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Middletown Middle School’s eighth-grade class time-traveled without a flux capacitor today, getting a first-hand look at local Civil War history.

Gazette.Net: Middletown students dig into history at Monocacy National Battlefield

10/05/2011
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Police urge joggers to carry cell phones or exercise in groups following incident

Gazette.Net: Frederick police investigating suspicious incident involving joggers

10/04/2011
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From jack-o’-lanterns at Halloween to pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving, the pumpkin plays a key part in the fall season. But this year, the gourd might be in short supply due to record-setting temperatures and rainfall.

Gazette.Net: Farmers monitoring pumpkin levels after wet growing season

10/03/2011
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Urbana 10-year-old Emily Mogel is one of 300,000 children in the United States affected by a chronic illness typically associated with adults — arthritis.

Gazette.Net: Urbana 10-year-old shares struggle with arthritis, advocates for others

09/30/2011
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Downtown Frederick’s dining choices were limited to mostly hamburger and hot dog joints before The Deli opened. People were hungry for something new and the Levitts packed them in morning to night, seven days a week.

Gazette.Net: The Deli marks the end of an era in downtown Frederick

09/29/2011
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Jason Edward Fauble, 34, of no fixed address, is being charged with 14 counts in relation to the fires that occurred between March and September of this year.

Gazette.Net: Frederick man arrested in connection to seven arsons

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