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Frederick News Post (Newspaper) - September 12, 2015, Frederick, MarylandSaturday september 12, 2015 Frederickse Spost. Com vol. 132 no. 331 4 sections � 2015 Randall family Lac 75 cents Good morning one of the worst Days in americans history saw some of the bravest acts in americans history. George w. Bush automotive. D1 business. B5 classifieds. C1 8 comics. D8 dear Abby. B6 fire & police blotter. A6 local. A5, a6 lotteries. A2 obituaries. A11 opinion letters. A10 real estate. D2 4 religion & ethics. B9 11 sports. B1 4 to Best bets. B6 weather b12 76�/ 55� High school football scores Clear Spring Brunswick 28 10 Eastern tech Middletown 20 14 Ling Anore Indian River 49 6 Cato tin Frederick 43 6 s. Hagerstown Urbana 37 7 Oakdale Westminster 42 10 Walkersville Liberty 41 6 Tuscarora n. Hagerstown 33 21 mid capital Christian 58 0 a Jap Concordia prep 36 6 by Juliet Linderman associated press Baltimore Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blakes announcement Friday that she wont seek re election in 2016 comes As the City struggles to stabilize in the Wake of riots a harrowing Spike in violence and the firing of a police commissioner who oversaw a department now under Federal investigation. Rawlings Blake who has been Balti mores mayor for five years said her decision was heavily influenced by the distinct hardships Baltimore faces after Freddie mayor announces she wont seek re election Kenneth k. Lam the Baltimore Sun Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake announces that she will not seek re election next year at a news conference on Friday in Baltimore. She said not seeking re election is the Best decision for the City and her family. Baltimore by Jeremy Arias Arias news Post. Com e very time Carol Debow passes by her local fire station she is sure to share a kind word with the men and women staffing the engines. My heart goes out to All i refi Giters. They risk their lives for us to save us and i just think they have families too so i appreciate All that they do for us Debow said As she Shook hands with a Row of i refi Giters police offi cers and emergency Rescue personnel at a sept. 11 memorial service in front of Winchester Hall Early Friday afternoon. Like almost everyone who lived through the tragic attacks 14 years ago Debow can remember exactly what she was doing when the first Tower was struck at the world Trade Center. She was at Home in her Frederick apartment when the horrifying news came on the television she said. Honouring staff photos by Sam you a sept. 11 tribute ceremony sponsored by Frederick county took place Friday afternoon at Winchester Hall. Outside of Winchester Hall a Large american Flag was suspended Between two ladder trucks. Daryl Boff Man sings the Star spangled Banner to Start Frederick count yes sept. 11 tribute on Friday afternoon at Winchester Hall with an Honor guard from the Frederick county sheriff s office and Frederick county division of fire and Rescue services at the left. Frederick county still remembers sacrifice the lives lost inside victims relatives Mark anniversary. See the Story on Page a9. By Rebecca Savransky Savransky news Post. Com when Stacey Merson adopted her dog Droe he was deaf his ears were infected and his head was swollen. He had been beaten and was in bad shape. But Merson give up on him Droe a Blue pit Bull got treatment and grew up healthy. Earlier this summer Droe a hons now 8, started losing weight quickly and getting sick. When Merson took him to the vet she found out he was having a Type of liver failure. He was extremely ill Merson said. The e veterinarian put him on medication but it was expensive and Merson ran out of funds for the treatment. So she called the Frederick county humane society program faces possible shutdown Courtesy photo see shutdown a8 Stacey Mer songs adopted dog Droe is seen Here. See mayor a8 see sacrifice a8

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