Pennsylvania State Police are looking for a Chambersburg man who failed to return to the Franklin County Jail to serve time for assault charges.
A man wanted for armed robbery was arrested Tuesday in Cumberland after allegedly assaulting a woman.
Troopers with Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg say the Rite Aid at 5030 Lincoln Way East in Fayetteville was robbed just after 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
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."
A Frederick man is facing first degree murder charges stemming from a homicide in Miami in July of 2012.
The Frederick Zoning Board of Appeals hearing scheduled for Tuesday evening was postponed.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is investigating an accident that occurred on Eastern Blvd. in Hagerstown, near the YMCA.
Between the Hagerstown Police Department and the Washington County Sheriff's Office, three pedestrian-involved accidents in 2014 were fatal.
Teachers from Ranson Elementary School and TA Lowery Elementary School were two of the schools that received money for four classroom projects totaling over $3,000.
Governor Terry McAuliffe wants all cities and counties in the state to have the same voting machines, and is allocating $28 million to do so.
A high-speed chase in Berkeley County happened Tuesday morning around 4 a.m. Officials say two men driving a blue Pontiac Sunfire led police through Berkeley County and into Jefferson County.
A Frostburg man was arrested Tuesday for his connection to an October burglary at Giuseppe's Restaurant on Bowery Street.
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.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is searching for the driver involved in an early morning police chase through two counties on Tuesday.
Officers with the Cumberland Police Department say they responded to Fastenal at 1050 Industrial Boulevard for a breaking and entering just after 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
New figures released on Monday show Maryland is facing a larger budget gap than expected. The shortfall has education advocates concerned over the future of funding.
The peace light is no ordinary flame - and now it's in Hagerstown, all the way from the place where Jesus Christ was said to be born.
As the calendar year comes to a close, economic experts in Frederick are weighing in on the state of local businesses and the city's growing economy.
A pedestrian who was struck by a car on the 1500-block of Dual Highway in Hagerstown has died.
The Dominion Power plant started generating electricity to 325,000 of its customers in Virginia last Thursday. The plant uses the latest technology to reduce emissions released into the air.
"I decided to start 'Love a Pup, Help a Pup' because dogs didn't have homes, and I wanted them to have a home."
The Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office has identified a suspect in the murder of former Winchester newspaper reporter, Sarah Greenhalgh.
The Walnut Street Community Health Center is expanding, as it has launched an $8 million renovation project to move to a building on South Cleveland Avenue.
A cement truck driver was airlifted to Shock Trauma on Monday, after he lost control of his truck while exiting Route 15 in Frederick.
A tractor trailer overturned on Interstate-81 northbound in Frederick County, Va. on Monday afternoon.
The Frederick Police Department arrested a man that they believe stabbed his girlfriend Sunday morning.
Check out these adorable, adoptable pets in this week's Pet of the Week!
The Hagerstown Police Department arrested a man suspected of stabbing a woman early Monday morning on West Antietam Street.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office responded to Paradise Manor Drive and Long Ridge Drive on Sunday night around 8:52 in reference to an armed robbery.
A fire destroyed a residence at 106 Forrest Drive on Sunday. Officials say the residence was a duplex and the other side, 108 Forrest Drive, only received smoke damage.
The Sharpsburg Volunteer Fire Company held a dedication ceremony for its new fire station on Sunday. Firefighters said the building is expected to be fully operational by January.
The Abate of Maryland Washington County Chapter donated clothing, food and toys to ACTS 9 on Sunday.
Police are searching for a suspect after a woman was stabbed Saturday night just around 10:14PM in the area of 90 Waverley Drive.
WHAG would like to wish Dacotah Crowder of Hagerstown a happy first birthday!
WHAG would like to wish Jake Tracey of Greencastle, Pennsylvania a happy first birthday!
WHAG would like to wish Alani Williams of Hagerstown, a happy first birthday!
WHAG's Carmen Chau spoke with owner Tiana Ramos and manager, Mitch Smith of the Naughty Girls Donut Shop in Front Royal.
Officers with the Frederick Police Department responded to a Sheetz at 1600 Rosemont Avenue on Saturday around 3:12 p.m. for a report of a man exposing himself to customers.
Wreaths Across America is an annual tradition where wreaths are placed on veteran's graves and this is the first year it took place at Antietam National Cemetery.
The first prison re-entry training program was held in Washington County on Saturday by Gatekeepers, an organization whose mission is help transition ex-offenders back into their communities, by teaching local church members and other community members how to be mentors for ex-inmates.
"We certainly want to build the sense of community. Everyone suffers a loss in their life and bringing everyone together that suffers that same pain often can alleviate that pain," said Nathan Nardi, Executive Director at Rose Hill Cemetery. "So we want to see that they're not alone especially during this difficult time of the year for them."
The Maryland Food Bank will have 100,000 pounds of food paid for, thanks to a $40,000 donation from Weis Markets on Friday.
After returning home from war and experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder, a Frederick County, Md. based war veteran is on the road to recovery with the help of his new four-legged friend.
Madison Ogden's love for drawing and dogs earned her the grand prize in the Pennsylvania Agriculture Dog Licensing Poster contest.
The Sharpsburg Volunteer Fire Company will be moving locations soon, thanks to large donations and state funding a new building is in the works and it's right next door.
Several fire crews responded to the 1700-block of Rohrersville Road in southern Washington County for a large house fire on Friday afternoon.
In a nationwide effort to add 150 new clinics in 2014, CVS Pharmacy has opened its first minute clinic in Hagerstown.
The 142nd Academy Class of the Maryland State Police graduated on Friday, with 70 new troopers officially joining its ranks.
The Chambersburg Police Department is investigating a robbery at the Patriot Federal Credit Union on Thursday afternoon.
Meteorologist Alan Auglis says expect a breezy and cold on Thursday
High School Basketball 12/16/2014: James Buchanan vs. Shippensburg, Greencastle vs. Waynesboro, Keyser vs. Mountain Ridge, Hope for Hyndman vs. Allegany
12/15/14 High School Basketball Highlights around the Area
Women's College Basketball: HCC Defeats FCC
12/13/14 High School Basketball Highlights from the Area: Boys Basketball: Hampshire-74 Handley-57 Broadfording Christian-49 South Hagerstown-90 Girls Basketball: Spring Mills-49 St. James-27
12/13/14 College Basketball Scores from the Area: Men's Basketball: Norfolk State-64 Mount St. Mary's-67 Women's Basketball: Shippensburg-82 Shepherd-94 McDaniel-73 Hood-45
Friday Night Sports Connection 12/12/2014: Gov. Thomas Johnson vs. North Hagerstown, Frederick vs. South Hagerstown, Walkersville vs. Williamsport, Fort Hill vs. Hedgesville, Washington vs. Fairmont, Hampshire vs. Jefferson
Girls High School Basketball 12/11/2014: Winters Mill vs. Gov. Thomas Johnson, Liberty vs. Frederick, Hancock vs. Broadfording Christian, St. James vs. Clear Spring
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph catches up with the back to back 1A state champs, the Fort Hill Sentinels.
High School Basketball 12/10/2014: Martinsburg vs. Oakdale, Allegany vs. St. James
High School Basketball 12/09/2014: Mountain Ridge vs. Boonsboro, Mercersburg Academy vs. Goretti, North Hagerstown vs. Walkersville, Linganore vs. Catoctin
High School Ice Hockey: Urbana-8 Washington County-1 High School Basketball: St. John's Catholic Prep-49 Tuscarora-55
Monday MVP is Fort Hill's Raen Smith, who ran for 122 yards with 3 touchdowns in the Sentinels 40-8 win over Frederick Douglass for the 2014 Maryland 1-A State Championship.
Fort Hill wins over Frederick Douglass for the Maryland 1-A State Football Championship for a second straight year, winning 40-8.
12/6/2014 College Basketball Highlights from the Four-State Area
The Frankfort Falcoms fell to the Bridgeport Indians, 43-7, in the West Virginia Class AA State Championship.
WHAG'S Dorian Craft previews Fort Hill's 1-A State Championship game against Frederick Douglass.
Friday Night Sports Connection 12/05/2014 Part 2: Albert Einstein vs. Urbana, South Hagerstown vs. Linganore, Greencastle-Antrim vs. James Buchanan, Oakdale vs. Williamsport
Girls' High School Basketball 12/04/2014: Jefferson vs. St. James, Washington vs. Frankfort
The Shepherd Rams men and women's basketball teams split with West Virginia State on Thursday night.
The Frankfort Falcons get ready to take on defending Class AA state champion, Bridgeport, in their first state title game in the school's 38 year history.
The Mount St. Mary's women's basketball team fell on the road to UMES on Wednesday night.
December WHAG Female Student Athlete of the Month: Smithsburg High School's Madison Bachtell
December WHAG Male Student Athlete of the Month: John Handley High School's Will Dearing
The Hagerstown Suns are looking for local businesses that may have an interest in the naming rights of their field at Municipal Stadium for the 2015 season.
High School Basketball 12/02/2014: Sherando vs. Martinsburg, Musselman vs. Faith Christian Academy, St. John's Catholic Prep vs. St. Maria Goretti
The North Hagerstown Hubs have built one of the preeminent volleyball programs in the state of Maryland after winning their third state title in four years. WHAG's Bejoy Joseph catches up with the champs.
Wakefield-54 St. James-75 Redeemer Classical Christian-26 MSD-66
Monday MVPs: Gage Shaffer and Brady Watson of Frankfort
WV Class AAA High School Football State Semifinal: Martinsburg-7 Capital-35 WV Class AA High School Football State Semifinal: Westside-16 Frankfort-49
High school basketball highlights around the area
Men's Basketball: Monroe 72 HCC 61 Womens Basketball: Burlington 58 HCC 74
The Fort Hill Sentinels won their rematch with Surrattsville in the state semifinal to advance to their second straight 1A state final game.
The Martinsburg Bulldogs and Frankfort Falcons are ready for their respective state semifinal games on Saturday afternoon.
Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Race has won his appeal against his suspension, and has been reinstated to the NFL.
A lot is on the line for the Fort Hill Sentinels in Friday night's state semifinal -- a 26 game winning streak and a return trip to the 1A state final. WHAG's Bejoy Joseph has more.
The Oakdale Bears volleyball team won their first state championship in school history. But their journey didn't just begin this fall, it really started four years ago. WHAG's Bejoy Joseph catches up with the champs.
The Mount St. Mary's women's basketball team got their first win of the season against Delaware State.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph catches up with the 2014 Maryland 1A Boys' soccer state champions, the Brunswick Railroaders.
The Shippensburg Red Raiders men's basketball team surpassed the century mark against Penn State-Lehigh Valley on Tuesday evening.
Despite losing to Loudoun County in the Virginia 4A Volleyball State Championship game, the James Wood Colonels will remember their history making season.
Catching up with the Smithsburg Leopards, looking back at their Maryland 1-A volleyball championship run.
College Basketball 11/22/2014: N.C. Wesleyan vs. Shenandoah, Arcadia vs. Hood, Anne Arundel CC vs. Frederick CC
The Martinsburg Bulldogs won against Point Pleasant on Saturday afternoon to advance to the West Virginia Class AAA state semifinals.
Friday Night Sports Connection 11/21/2014 Part 1: Linganore vs. Damascus, North Carroll vs. Fort Hill
Friday Night Sports Connection 11/21/2014 Part 2: Nicholas County vs. Frankfort, Sherando vs. Liberty
Friday Night Sports Connection 11/21/2014 Part 3: Bejoy Joseph catches up with the back-to-back West Virginia Class AAA state volleyball champs, the Musselman Lady Appleman.
The Fort Hill Sentinels are set to continue their Maryland 1A State Championship defense, taking on North Carroll this Friday night.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph begins his new series, "Catching Up With the Champs," looking back at the Oakdale boys soccer team's 2A State Championship.
The Sherando football team says they're ready for some revenge, when they take on Liberty in the second round of the playoffs Friday night.
College Basketball 11/19/2014: Maryland Eastern Shore vs. Mount St. Mary's, Wilmington (DE) vs. Shippensburg, Hood vs. Shenandoah