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Community Links; Let me introduce you to Frederick, Maryland...

Covering the spectrum from peaceful, rolling hills to thriving cities, Frederick County has something for everyone.

Frederick, as Maryland’s second largest city, has a bright future with its expanding economy and stable quality of life. This area is home to some of the largest and most successful companies in the country, offering employment to a highly diverse and educated population.

Planes, trains, automobiles, and buses, Frederick County residents have their choice of transportation modes. A veritable transportation hub, Frederick is the crossroads of several major commuter routes: I-70, I-270, US 15 and US 340. The county’s unique position makes it a gateway for points north, south, east, and west. That access attracts new businesses and residents every day.

When the workday closes, Frederick remains a vibrant place. For those looking for historical pursuits, this area is filled with treasures from before the Revolutionary War, through the Civil War, to the present age. If you want a more social setting, there’s things to do throughout the year, from wintertime craft shows like Cabin Fever, to springtime baseball with Frederick’s minor league team, the Keys (single A affiliate for the Baltimore Orioles), to summertime fireworks in Baker Park, to the GREAT Frederick Fair in autumn, to the Kris Kringle procession that marks the festivities of the holidays.

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