12/19/2014 Friday Night Sports Connection: North Hagerstown vs. Catoctin, Williamsport vs. Boonsboro, Brunswick vs. Smithsburg, Broadford Christian Academy vs. Jefferson, Berkeley Springs vs. Spring Mills
After months of hearing about heroin overdoses, a group of residents in northwestern Virginia are doing something about it. WHAG’s Merris Badcock spoke to one mother on the Addiction Action Committee, who shares her personal connection to the heroin epidemic.
Many kids have already turned in their Christmas wish lists, but some children who are less fortunate may not get many presents under the tree. But Toys for Tots of Washington County is trying to change that.
The Morgan County Sheriff's Office says it was a normal Tuesday in the courthouse until a man being arrested after failing a drug and alcohol test at his bond hearing decided to take matters into his own hands and leave the courtroom.
Weeks ahead of schedule, the West Virginia Air National Guard’s 167th Airlift Wing says it has launched its first C-17 Globemaster III local training flight at its base in Martinsburg, West Virginia, on December 18th.
Berkeley County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested a 23-year-old Martinsburg woman Thursday in connection with a deadly hit and run accident that happened on December 6th on Hedgesville Road. Sarah Quaglio was charged with one felony count of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death.
Virginia State Police are asking for the public’s help identifying the person responsible for a deadly hit-and-run that happened around 7 a.m. December 19th in the 1000 block of Rest Church Road in the Clearbrook area of northern Frederick County. The crash involved a pedestrian and a vehicle.
In an exclusive interview with WHAG’s Merris Badcock, Lala Mooney, a Cuban-American and mother of Congressman elect Alex Mooney, says that voting for her son in November was hardly her first involvement with politics.
The Humane Society of Washington County seized more than 90 animals from a farm in Boonsboro. It says it found dozens of dead and decomposing farm animals. The property owner is now facing more than 300 charges.
It's an annual tradition for parents to have their kids get photos taken with Santa Claus. But without the help of Deputy Howard Ward of the Washington County Sheriff's Office, that may not have happened this year.
The Jack E. Barr Therapeutic Group Home for Girls operated by San Mar Children's Home closed December 1st, but San Mar's CEO said that was misinterpreted by many people in the community who thought San Mar as a whole would be closing.
One of the fastest growing public two-year colleges in the entire nation is in Martinsburg. Blue Ridge Community and Technical College is happy its success is being recognized, and plans to add more buildings.
Angie Riford, director of Marketing with the Hagerstown Premium Outlets, stopped by WHAG Morning News with Caitlin Francis to share some holiday fashion tips and looks for everyone, and every occasion!
"It's going to bring some new life to the community. The students we get will be great people, mature people, serious students - and I think they will generally treat downtown with care because it will be their home."
Flu season is in full swing, and reports indicate this year's flu vaccine might not be as effective because of a new strain of the disease. Despite the warning, officials say it is still important to get the flu shot.