As we've reported, Dando was charged with fourth-degree sexual offense and perverted practice in May 2014. The charges stem from a formal complaint made by a 41-year-old female patient, on an incident that happened on April 6, 2014.
Eating breakfast is important for everyone, but especially for children. WHAG's Shayna Halper has the story on how Frederick County Public Schools are able to fight childhood hunger with help from the state.
Two Berkeley County, W.Va., residents have been chosen to compete against one another in a national singing competition. But what makes this competition even more interesting is that the two locals are brother and sister.
According to the Maryland Department of Labor, in January 2014 nearly 115,000 people were employed in the Hagerstown-Martinsburg metro area, and that number has steadily increased month-to-month. In July, more than 117,000 people were employed.
"He shows up at the residence, gets into a confrontation with three people that were at the residence and ended up firing initially two shots. Actually, one of the bullets actually passed very close to the female where she could hear the bullet," added Alton.
Maryland State Police in Frederick responded to a single vehicle accident on I-70 westbound at the 60 mile marker. Troopers said a pedestrian was struck by a tractor trailer. They said the truck drove off the road and over an embankment.
Nathan L. Varnum, 21, was issued criminal citations and released upon his signature by the Maryland State Police Hagerstown Barrack on Saturday. The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is pursuing charges.
Police are continuing to search for Martin "John" Rogers who went missing on August 21st. He was last seen in the LaVale/Cumberland, Maryland area. He also may have been seen along the C&O Canal near Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
The Winchester Fire Department, and other Winchester volunteer fire departments, asked residents to 'fill their boots' with donations Saturday to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).
The charges stem from an incident in April 2013, in which three middle school girls accused Nguyen of touching them inappropriately inside a storage closet while he was substitute teaching at Robert E. Aylor Middle School.
"They do sound real and believable, and there are people out there that might think, 'Oh well this is real', and they might give them too much information. Before it's too late, they could be bankrupt, broke. You know, you never know what could happen," said Greg Sterner II of Frederick County, Maryland.