Dividing Lines

Frederick Gorilla

Frederick County’s redrawn congressional districts present voters with a political puzzle this election year

From the northern reaches of Frederick and Carroll counties to the southern end of Montgomery County, many voters are scratching their heads this election

Elements of Style

Frederick Magazine

A Divided Frederick County Represented by Two Very Different Congressmen

Democratic U.S. Rep. Chris Van Hollen, sharply dressed in a black suit and tie, smiles calmly as he talks to local federal retirees gathered at a Mount Airy church one recent morning for a health care forum. The House of Representative’s senior budget Democrat,

Poverty’s Pinch

Frederick Magazine

Fifty Years after ‘War’ was Declared, the Fight for the Working Poor Continues

Dressed in a black shirt, top and short heels, 27-year-old Jaynelle Hundley squints in the sunshine on a warm September morning in front of the Frederick County Housing Authority office, staring across the street at the Carver Apartments in

Crowded Field

Frederick Magazine

As Frederick City Residents Head to Polls for this Month’s Primary Election, Who are the Candidates Jockeying for Your Attention … and Votes?

Mayor Randy McClement sits back in a chair near the end of the ornately carved dark cherry conference table in his expansive office in City Hall and shakes his head, perplexed at why