The parade route starts at the beginning of North Potomac Street in Hagerstown near the Fairgrounds, and ends at the intersection of South Potomac Street and Wilson Boulevard. Come by and see all the familiar faces on WHAG newscasts!
"What we're trying to do is draw attention to repeat offenders that are in our community and that critical time period between the time of their first arrest and a couple months later when they actually get before a judge we see that period of time there where they're getting repeat arrests that are taking place," said Chief Holtzman.
"It's nice just being recognized - that practitioners like myself are making a difference and finally we're being recognized."
"Sandy Hook is just the beginning. Columbine, Virginia Tech, Jonesboro - these are just the beginning. We are going to see attacks on our children, and our job is to make sure that it doesn't happen in my school, not to my kids."
The borough of Chambersburg teamed up with the gas company Sunoco to construct a new compressed natural gas refueling station in the area.
Campaigns are in full swing, and early voters are out casting their ballots.
A former captain with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department is awaiting arraignment after he was indicted on two felony counts Wednesday.
A new tool provided by PennDOT encourages parents to teach their teens safe driving habits.
Three people are dead after a mid-air collision between a helicopter and a plane at Frederick's Municipal Airport on Thursday afternoon. Maryland State Police identified the three people killed as Christopher Parsons, 29, of Westminster, Md., Williams Jenkins, 47, of Colorado and Brendan MacFawn, 35, of Cumberland, Md.
At least 100 volunteers were doing good deeds throughout Frederick County today as part of United Way's "Day of Action."
The woman convicted of abusing her stepson in Franklin County is now being charged with third-degree murder after the young boy died.
A Rockville man was arrested on Wednesday for sexually abusing a one-year-old girl in Thurmont in 2012.
The Maryland State Fire Marshal says two children are dead after a two-story wood-framed duplex caught on fire at 402 and 404 Grand Avenue in Cumberland.
"I think you almost know somebody who's been either a family member or friend given the close-knit community that we are here."
Young professionals, the leaders of tomorrow, was the main theme at the "Generation Next" seminar Wednesday afternoon in Hagerstown.
A Martinsburg woman and her two sons are collecting winter coats to give to the homeless people in the area.
In Virginia, Governor McAuliffe has rolled out Part One of a two-year savings plan, which he says will help close an $822 million budget deficit.
"If there's any leaching of this radioactive toxic material into our water supply, it would be devastating."
The Sheetz in Shippensburg can now sell beer again, more than two months after sales were temporarily halted by an appeal.
Check out this week's Kidscaster, Aspen Blackmon!
The Democratic and Republican candidates for Frederick County Executive debated on the area's top issues on Wednesday.
Community members designed their most creative bras to participate in Meritus Health's annual Designer Cup Challenge to raise breast cancer awareness.
A man accused of robbing four gas stations in Maryland and stealing a car was sentenced Wednesday to more than 13 years in jail.
A recall was issued for nearly 30,000 lbs of lamb from a Frederick business.
Early voting began in West Virginia on Wednesday, and voters will have till November 1 to cast their early ballot.
The Cumberland Police Department has arrested a man wanted in connection to an assault and stabbing that happened on September 19.
The Boys and Girls Club is set to launch their latest project in Washington County on Saturday, dedicating a new facility in Noland Village.
Police arrested two men, one a resident of Martinsburg, on Tuesday after finding 9.6 grams of crack cocaine and over $3,000 in cash in an apartment on West King Street.
Community leaders and business people gathered early Wednesday morning to hear from the candidates for Washington County Commissioner.
Police have confirmed that the M&T Bank on East Baltimore Street in Greencastle was robbed at gunpoint on Wednesday morning.
The town of Front Royal's request for voluntary water conservation from local residents has been lifted.
A car accident on Route 40 in Frederick has caused a power outage at the intersection of Willowdale Drive and West Patrick Street.
It was a special night for WHAG-TV as Perry Sook, the chairman, president and CEO of our parent company, Nexstar Broadcast Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
Crews were called to the Board of Education building on the 800-block Commonwealth Ave. in Hagerstown on Tuesday night for a reported fire.
A Woodstock man has been charged with felony eluding and assaulting an officer, after he led Virginia State Police on a high-speed chase.
Martha and Daren Johnson recently relocated to Winchester, but are registered voters in Shenandoah County. That is why they have decided to vote in the upcoming midterm elections via absentee ballot.
Residents in the four-state area could soon see water that will be undrinkable, especially in Virginia.
"She is in the part of Kenya that's actually 3,000 miles from the nearest case of Ebola."
County commissioners and school officials are gearing up for the next big venture in technology at Frederick County Public Schools.
After more than a decade, the corporation known for innovative power projects is leaving Frederick for Reston, Va.
A house fire burning near Interstate-70 in Fulton County on Tuesday afternoon partially shut down eastbound lanes for a near five-mile stretch of the highway.
One person was flown to York Hospital after a single-vehicle crash on Tuesday in Waynesboro.
Greencastle-Antrim High School is working to help their seniors navigate through the college application process.
Multiple fire departments responded late Monday night to a barn fire on Pen Mar High Rock Road, near Pen Mar Park.
It’s school bus safety week, and local Maryland schools are using stop-arm cameras to make buses safer.
State police say one person is dead after a two-car accident on Molly Pitcher Highway on Monday.
With concern about Ebola spreading, health care providers at Frederick Memorial Hospital want to remind everyone to protect themselves during flu season.
"Our structural engineers took a look and evaluated the bridge out of precaution, and what they found was basically some smoke damage, some soot damage, something that's very remote."
Summit Health has welcomed two new physicians to make up a multi-specialist breast cancer treatment team.
Three suspects have now been arrested and charged for a strong-arm robbery in front of a Giant Eagle in Frederick.
High pressure will slowly move into the region throughout the weekend, but we'll feel a tough breeze until Sunday...
Shippensburg University Head Coach, discusses the state of the football program after losing four of their last five games, and how their hoping to make a strong finish in 2014.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph previews the match-up of the James Wood Colonels and the Millbrook Pioneers in our Game of the Week.
High School Playoff Soccer 10/23/2014: North Hagerstown vs. Urbana, South Hagerstown vs. Linganore, Catoctin vs. Middletown, Williamsport vs. Oakdale, Boonsboro vs. Walkersville, Manchester Valley vs. Smithsburg, Frederick vs. Urbana, Boonsboro vs. Oakdale, Catoctin vs. Middletown, Walkersville vs. Williamsport, Martinsburg vs. Washington, Hedgesville vs. Jefferson, Musselman vs. Washington
Shepherd University Head Coach, Monte Cater, discusses the Rams' first loss of the season, and what the team looks to do in their bye week, before taking on Glenville State.
The Mount St. Mary's men's basketball team held their annual Blue-White scrimmage Wednesday afternoon, and the Mountaineers are looking forward to building off of last year's NEC Championship season.
The University of Maryland men's and women's basketball teams say they're looking to build off of what they accomplished last season.
High School Sports 10/21/2014: Spring Mills vs. Martinsburg, Spring Mills vs. Hedgesville, Cumberland Valley vs. Chambersburg, Smithsburg vs. Linganore, North Hagerstown vs. Oakdale
The Greencastle-Antrim girls soccer team defeated York Suburban to advance to the second round of the District 3 Tournament.
Urbana's Ray Gray broke his own Frederick County rushing record on Friday night, running for 412 yards and 4 touchdowns in the Hawks' 34-7 win over Middletown.
Indians' senior running back, Justin Marion, ran for 197 yards and 4 touchdowns in Waynesboro's 54-21 win over James Buchanan on Friday night.
The Frostburg Bobcats upset #25 Ithaca in double OT on Saturday afternoon.
The Greencastle-Antrim boys soccer team fell in the first round of the District 3 tournament.
Sherando, MSD Roll on Saturday Afternoon
Friday Night Sports Connection 10/17/2014 Part 2: Kent Island vs. Fort Hill, Berkeley Springs vs. Clear Spring, Keyser vs. Jefferson, Hedgesville vs. Martinsburg, Hampshire vs. Spring Millls, Morgantown vs. Musselman
Friday Night Sports Connection 10/17/2014 Part 3: James Buchanan vs. Waynesboro, Southern Garrett vs. Tucker County, Baltimore Lutheran vs. St. John's Catholic Prep
Friday Night Sports Connection 10/17/2014 Part 1: Thomas Johnson vs. Tuscarora, Urbana vs. Middletown, Boonsboro vs. South Hagerstown, Catoctin vs. North Hagerstown
Both the Waynesboro girls and boys soccer teams fall in the opening round of the Pennsylvania District 3 Soccer Tournament.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph previews the match-up of the Thomas Johnson Patriots and the Tuscarora Titans in our Game of the Week.
High school volleyball highlights from around the four-state: Williamsport vs. Boonsboro, Brunswick vs. South Hagerstown, Thomas Johnson vs. Tuscarora.
Shippensburg University Head Coach, Mark Maciejewski, talks about how the Red Raiders were able to end a three-game losing streak, and the team's mindset heading into a big road match-up against 10th-ranked West Chester.
Andrew Himes, a 14-year-old with Hurlers Syndrome who is developmentally delayed, tries to leave his house late at night with hopes of finding his way to Kansas City for Game 4 of the ALCS.
Shepherd University Head Caoch, Monte Cater, discusses the Rams' 51-0 victory over UVA-Wise last Saturday, and looks ahead to this weekend's match-up at Notre Dame College.
High School Sports 10/14/2013: Hedgesville vs. Martinsburg, Jefferson vs. Washington, Urbana vs. Oakdale, Tuscarora vs. Oakdale, Brunswick vs. South Hagerstown, Smithsburg vs. North Hagerstown
Dorian Craft's live look at Game 1 of the ALCS between the Kansas City Royals and the Baltimore Orioles
High School Volleyball 10/13/2014: Boonsboro vs. North Hagerstown, Chambersburg vs. Shippensburg, Hancock vs. Southern Fulton
Urbana's Ray Gray ran for 363 yards, a new Frederick County record, and 3 touchdowns while Tuscarora's Spencer Mott threw for 389 yards, a new school record, and 2 touchdowns in Urbana's 25-19 over Tuscarora on Friday night.
Rain in the Kansas City area postponed game 3 of the ALCS until Tuesday night at 8PM ET.
The Baltimore Orioles dropped game two of the ALCS to Kansas City, 6-4.
Friday Sports Connection 10/10/2014 Part 1: Linganore vs. Oakdale, Urbana vs. Tuscarora, Brunswick vs. South Hagerstown, James Buchanan vs. Greencastle
Friday Sports Connection 10/10/2014 Part 2: Martinsburg vs. Spring Mills, Hedgesville vs. Musselman
The students of Linganore and Oakdale High Schools speaking about working together to win the Game of the Week voting, amassing more than 14,000 votes.
The Baltimore Orioles are just four wins away from winning the pennant as they get set to open this year's American League Championship Series with the Kansas City Royals. WHAG's Dorian Craft gives a live report right from Camden Yards.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph previews the match-up of the Linganore Lancers and the Oakdale Bears, in our Game of the Week.
Shepherd University Head Coach, Monte Cater, looks ahead to the Rams upcoming match-up with UVA-Wise.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph introduces us to October's Male Student Athlete of the Month, Sinjin Shoop, of Williamsport High School.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph introduces us to October's Female Student Athlete of the Month, Ally Rudy, of Greencastle-Antrim High School.
High School Soccer and Volleyball from around the four-state.
North and South Hagerstown squared off on the soccer pitch Monday night: the boys battled to a draw, while the North girls walked away with a win.
Tyler Bishop rushed for a career high 236 yards on 18 carries Friday night, scoring two touchdowns and making an interception.
High School Football 10/04/2014: South Hagerstown vs. Smithsburg, Kettle Run vs. Handley
College Football 10/04/2014: Shepherd vs. Charleston, East Stroudsburg vs. Shippensburg, Buffalo State vs. Frostburg State
Friday Sports Connection Part 1 10/03/2014: Shippensburg vs. Waynesboro, Hershey vs. Greencastle, Hampshire vs. Keyser, Frankfort vs. Mountain Ridge
Friday Sports Connection 10/03/2014 Part 2: Martinsburg vs. Washington, Hedgesville vs. Preston, Liberty vs. Sherando, Broadway vs. James Wood
Friday Sports Connection 10/03/2014 Part 3: Annapolis vs. St. John's Catholic Prep, Florida SD vs. Maryland School for the Deaf
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph previews the match-up of the Tuscarora Titans and the Middletown Knights, in our Game of the Week.
The Shepherd Rams have outscored their opponents 192-27 on the way to their current 4-0 record, and Head Coach Monte Cater discusses what it will take to move to 5-0, taking on Charleston this Saturday.
WHAG's Zac Glover shows how Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation help wounded warriors learn to water ski.
High school volleyball highlights from around the four-state: Hedgesville vs. Musselman and Catoctin vs. Williamsport.
Notre Dame men's basketball coach, Mike Brey, talked about St. Maria Goretti alum, Martin Geben, and what role he will play on the court for the Fighting Irish this season.
The James Wood Colonels volleyball team blanked the North Hagerstown Hubs on Monday night.