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Frederick News Post (Newspaper) - May 21, 2015, Frederick, MarylandThursday May 21, 2015 Frederickse Spost. Com vol. 132 no. 217 3 sections � 2015 Randall family Lac 75 cents cougars set for world series sports b 1 take a stroll through 72 Parks inside Good morning where we love is Home Home that our feet May leave but not our hearts. Oliver Wendell Holmes business. B 5 classifieds. B 7 13 comics. B 6 Community. A 11 dear Abby. A 8 fire & police blotter. A 6 local. A 5 7 lotteries. A 2 obituaries. A 13 14 opinion letters. A 12 sports. B 1 4 to Best bets. A 8 weather b 14 62�/ 41� by Nancy Lavin Flavin news Post. Com since losing her Brunswick Home in Early 2013, Kelli Abrecht has lived in friends houses a tent outside the Frederick Fairgrounds and now in the Frederick transitional shelter. Sheds seen and spoken with Many others among the count yes homeless population adults and Young children drug addicts and people with disabilities. In the last year Abrecht said she has noticed an increase in the number of new faces among the homeless particularly the number of children and teenagers. Her observations though difficult to quantify were reflected in a recently released report that shows a 26 percent increase in Frederick count yes homeless population in the last year. The e metropolitan Washington Council of governments annual Point in time enumeration provides a snapshot of the regions homeless population based on information collected in a single Day from nine area jurisdictions. According to the 2015 pit from surveys taken Jan. 28, Frederick count yes total homeless population increased from 246 people counted in 2014 to 311 in 2015. Despite a rechts supporting observations the 65 person difference May be too Small to be truly staff photo by Graham Cullen Kelli Abrecht who has lived in Frederick nearly her entire life has been homeless for the last two years. Since october she has lived in the Frederick transitional shelter which is operated by the Frederick Community action Agency. Homelessness data observations shed Light on the Issue in Frederick county More information for details about the pit Survey and to View the full 2015 report visit Mccog. Org. By de Waters or. Waters news Post. Com for Walkersville area residents the closing of t. R. Saylor & co. Hardware on main Street after More than a Century is like losing part of the towns history. If i wanted to find something unusual i could go there said Irene Whitmore a Walkersville resident. If you needed one or two screws you could get that. Its something you cant find at the big stores. Their products at the big stores May be cheaper but sometimes that shows. Unfortunately its hard to compete with them. By David Bauder a television writer new York comedy stars from Steve Martin to Tina Fey and the Rock band Foo fighters ushered David Letterman into retirement wednesday after 33 years and 6,028 broadcasts of his late night shows on lbs and Abc. His final late show broadcast ran Long some 17 minutes Over its usual hour and lbs planned to let the by Paige Jones phones news Post. Com a Little More than six years since its launch Frederickss most wanted has marked a Milestone by helping Lead to the arrest of 400 people wanted by the Frederick police department and nearby agencies the department announced wednesday. Several arrests made in the last week bumped the total number of arrests through the Frederickss most wanted program to 402 on wednesday. The e arrests included one of a Frederick Man who was wanted for violation of parole on charges of second degree murder and assault in Washington county according to police. Albert Diaz 23, of the 5900 Block of Grove Hill Road turned himself in to police in Hagerstown on wednesday three Days after he was featured in the list. Diaz had a warrant through the Frederick county sheriff s office on drug related charges from earlier this year according to Michele Bowman the Frederick police departments Community outreach coordinator. Under the Frederickss most wanted program the Frederick police department provides photos and a defendants charges to the e Frederick news pos which then publishes them every other week in the sunday edition. Capt. Patrick Grossman acting Frederick police chief touted the programs Success in apprehending wanted persons and also acknowledged the Community yes role in helping Lead to these arrests. Its either tips derived from citizens. And even citizens themselves knowing defendants and convincing them to turn themselves in he told the e news Post. In an email news Post managing editor Terry Headlee praised the successful partnership Between the newspaper and Frederick police. Four Hundred arrests is not Only an impressive Milestone but demonstrates How Well see homeless a10 Walkersville owners retiring from store in business More than 100 years in our own backyard Saylor hardware to close its doors staff photo by Bill Green the t. R. Saylor & co. Hardware store on main Street in Walkerville is closing after More than 100 years. Pat Horine left and Lois Poffenbarger Sisters in Law were Busy wednesday putting Small Pink stickers on everything in the store for a Sale to begin today. See store a10 Letterman signs off late show Host made his final broadcast for lbs wednesday evening see Letterman a11 Letterman Frederickss most wanted tops 400 arrests see arrests a11 program Between Frederick police news Post Marks Milestone

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