Austin Portner, 55, has already served prison time in the past. He was convicted in 2002 for having sexual contact with a 10-year-old, and was released from jail in 2009.
This is Baltimore's first AL East title win since 1997. It's also the Nationals' second NL East title win in the past three seasons.
Check out this week's Kidcaster, Peyton Miller!
School administrators say the cleanup process has been successful and want to share their thanks to the hundreds of people who helped out.
The hospital's thrift shop is a fundraising method to raise money towards hospital equipment, patient care programs and scholarships.
The annual "Celebrity Harness Race" at the Great Frederick Fair was Wednesday.
Dozens of seniors from across the northwestern region of Virginia put sayings like, "my grandmother can kick better than you," to rest at their annual Senior Olympics hosted by the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging.
Almost a year after a local man's home was destroyed by arson, the Habitat for Humanity of Washington County partnered with local builders to help rebuild the home.
The legacies of Pfc. Norman A. Diffenderfer Jr. And Lt. Glenn Robert Henicle are being honored in their hometown, through the hometown hero banners.
The case was investigated by the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crime Task Force. Authorities brought Craig into custody on July 31.
Dr. Tressie M. Duffy, 44, is facing 100 felony counts of distribution of narcotic controlled substances. The indictment alleges that Duffy signed blank prescription orders and allowed employees at her practice to issue the prescriptions without being seen by a physician, violating federal law.
Troopers with Maryland State Police in the Cumberland Barrack responded to I-68 at the 57 mile marker for an accident involving two tractor trailers. They say the accident happened around 7:45 p.m. on Tuesday.
"To basically say to this council, we bought you, we got you elected and you better give us what we want or we'll sue you. And that's what they've done," said Mayor David Gysberts, City of Hagerstown.
This September marks the 20th anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act, a federal law that supports domestic violence victim resources nationwide.
The owner of the donut shop - Tiana Ramos, 17 - is still running business as usual after receiving backlash and negative comments from local groups.
"Just seeing that child abuse is charged, you've got to look underneath to see what the circumstances are to see, 'ok, what level are we talking about here?'"
There’s a change of command over at Fort Detrick. After 20 months on the job, Major General Joseph Caravalho, Jr. will pass the job on to Major General Brian Lein.
Units from the Front Royal Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department saved the driver of a dump truck Tuesday morning after it overturned on its driver side and pinned him underneath.
Pennsylvania State Police have named Eric Matthew Frein as a suspect in the deadly shooting at the Blooming Grove station on Friday night.
"They plan to install a lot of different landscaping and different features, to really make that city gateway very nice and attractive," said Perry Eisenach.
Smith will serve 20 years in prison with five years suspended for two counts of child abuse, and one count of voluntary manslaughter.
Deputies responded to a burglary call early in the morning on September 5 at Optimal Health Care Health Mart on College Road. The suspect broke into the location and stole both medication and cash.
The winter is fast approaching, and Whitetail resort is busy giving it's facility a $2 million facelift.
Paul Frey, who served as Vice President of the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce for four years, will fill the role. According to the Chamber, he has spent almost 10 years as a business consultant and small business owner.
With more than 300 Frederick County Public School students with out proof of vaccination, the district plans to ask for deadline extension.
Deputies in Frederick County, Va. are investigating four recent home break-ins that left some residents without their flat screen TVs and computers, and one home without their car.
Michael Barry Baker, 58, was struck and critically injured by a southbound train near North Burhans Boulevard on the afternoon of August 15. He died from his injuries on August 24.
The Allegany County Public School System traded in their yearly school calendar for an online version, and as more school districts in the four-state area are going digital, some parents are struggling to keep up.
The Shippensburg University Foundation announced Monday they will receive a state grant to help fund a connector road project.
Warren Joseph Richards, 30, of Frederick was taken into custody at the Frederick County Adult Detention Center at 8:30 a.m. on Monday morning.
Check out these adorable, adoptable pets in this week's Pet of the Week!
The Hagerstown Police Department is offering a reward for any information leading to a white pickup truck and the person who drove it during a suspected hit and run. The pickup is believed to be from the 1980's or early 1990's with damage on the passenger side.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting in Martinsburg that left a 33-year-old man dead on Sunday.
Frederick, Maryland PetSmart locations celebrated National Adoption Weekend with 28 cats and dogs finding their forever home.
Republican gubernatorial candidate, Larry Hogan, visited the Great Frederick Fair on Sunday.
The Chambersburg Hispanic American Chapter (CHAC) kick-started the sixth Annual Latino Harvest Festival on Sunday in honor of local Hispanic workers and business owners.
The Bakerton Fire Department fulfilled their wish on Sunday to put their first and very own ambulance into service. With more than 37 volunteers- the Bakerton Fire Department is the last fire department in Jefferson County to get a full-service ambulance.
Four felony theft arrests were made from Resley Tire, a local tire business in Hagerstown. This incident led police to discover a credit card theft scheme.
Shelley Riley Moore passed away Saturday morning at the age of 88.
17-year-old Merry Urquhart, of Fayettesville, did not return home after school on Tuesday, and has not been seen or heard from since.
The 32nd annual In the Street brought massive crowds to Frederick, Maryland on Saturday.
The Washington County Sheriff's office hosted the Search and Rescue School for local law enforcement officers for the first time on Saturday. The five-day course, taught by the Wilderness Emergency Response Institute, taught the different law enforcement officers how to find clues in a missing person's case.
Officers with Cumberland Police Department are investigating a stabbing that happened Saturday early morning on North Mechanic Street.
Frederick Police responded to the intersection of South Market Street and East South Street Friday night where a four door sedan collided into an apartment building.
The Frederick County Child Advocacy Center found that 86 percent child sex abuse offenders lived in the same home as the abused.
Twenty students from China are halfway through a six-week pilot exchange program at Chambersburg Area Senior High School.
Whether you grew up near a battlefield, or had an ancestor who fought in one, many across the United States have direct ties to the American Civil War.
The "Star-Spangled Banner" turns 200 on Sunday, and Francis Scott Key is a Frederick County, Md. native. Two special ceremonies are being held this weekend.
"I can't even, there's not even words to explain it. Just hearing the stories that we get to hear from people you know giving us photographs and telling us how it changed their life."
Units from the Franklin Fire Company in Chambersburg responded to a skydiving accident near the Franklin County Regional Airport on Friday afternoon.
High pressure keeps us dry today will cooler temperatures into the low 70's.
High School Volleyball 9/16/2014: South Hagerstown vs. North Hagerstown, Boonsboro vs. Smithsburg, Waynesboro vs. Greencastle-Antrim.
Martinsburg Trampolinist 13-year old Joey Isenberg, who's considered in the top 10 in his age in the world, prepares for the upcoming World Age Group Competition of Trampoline and Tumbling Championships.
Ray Gray rushed for 145 yards on 12 carries, and scored 3 touchdowns in Urbana's big win over North Hagerstown.
The Mercersburg Academy Blue Storm were blanked by St. Stephens & St. Agnes in their home opener on Saturday afternoon.
The Shepherd University Rams, Shippensburg University Red Raiders and Frostburg State Bobcats all won their respective football games on Saturday.
A last second 47-yard field goal lifted West Virginia over Maryland on Saturday afternoon.
For the second straight season, the Hagerstown Suns come up just short in the South Atlantic League Championship series.
Friday Night Sports Connection 9/12/2014 Pt. 1: Fort Hill vs. Keyser, Thomas Johnson vs. South Hagerstown, North Hagerstown vs. Urbana, Westminster vs. Linganore
Friday Night Sports Connection 9/12/2014 Pt. 2: State College vs. Martinsburg, Hampshire vs. Jefferson, Fauquier vs. John Handley
Friday Night Sports Connection 9/12/2014 Part 3: Catoctin vs. Tuscarora, Chestnut Ridge vs. Allegany, Massanutten Military Academy vs. St. John's Catholic Prep, Tourists vs. Suns
The Hagerstown Suns fall to the Asheville Tourists, 4-1, falling behind 2-1 in the SAL Championship Series.
WHAG's Zac Glover previews our Game of the Week, a match-up between Fort Hill and Keyser.
Shippensburg University Head Coach, Mark Maciejewski, talks about how the Red Raiders plan on moving to 2-0 this season, heading into Saturday's match-up against Edinboro.
Shepherd University Head Football Coach, Monte Cater, discusses last week's win over West Liberty, and what the Rams must do to get a win against this week's opponent, Fairmont State.
The Smithsburg volleyball team defeats Walkersville, 3-0, while the Middletown boys soccer team beats Boonsboro, 4-1.
Wilmer Difo hit a home run in the tenth inning against the Asheville Tourists, giving the Hagerstown Suns the 4-3 victory, and tying the SAL Championship Series at one game apiece.
High school volleyball action from across the four-state: Washington vs. Musselman, Jefferson vs. Martinsburg, and Middletown vs. North Hagerstown.
Alex Mason went 9-9 for 141 yards and 2 touchdowns through the air and rushed 8 times for 49 yard and 3 scores in Oakdale's big win over Catoctin.
The John Handley Judges blanked Harrisonburg on Saturday afternoon.
The Oakdale Bears opened the season on Saturday with a win over the Catoctin Cougars.
Friday Night Sports Connection Part 1 9/05/2014: Sherando vs. Martinsburg, Westminster vs. Middletown, Boonsboro vs. Walkersville, Milford Mill vs. North Hagerstown
Friday Night Sports Connection Part 2 9/05/2014: Cedar Ridge vs. Fort Hill, Jefferson vs. Mountain Ridge, Millbrook vs. Hedgesville
Friday Night Sports Connection Part 3 9/05/2014: Northern Garrett vs. Smithsburg, Southern Garrett vs. Hancock, Keyser vs. Berkeley Springs
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph introduces us to the Female Student Athlete of the Month, Vanesa Cuevas, of Smithsburg High School.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph introduces us to our Male Student Athlete of the Month, Fisher Boeckmann, of Martinsburg High School.
WHAG's Dorian Craft previews the match-up between Sherando and Martinsburg, in our Game of the Week.
The Hagerstown Suns scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 9th to come back to beat the Greensboro Grasshoppers in the opening game of the South Atlantic League playoffs.
The Williamsport Wildcats have had a hard time racking up the "W"'s for quite some time, and as the team heads into another year, they're hoping this season might be one to remember.
The Walkersville Lions look to make it back to the postseason in 2014.
The Urbana Hawks look to continue their winning ways this season with a new face on the sidelines, Dave Mencarini, who also has a history of winning as a head coach.
The Thomas Johnson football team had some growing pains in Head Coach, Jerry Smith's first season at the helm, but the Patriots look to pile up the wins this fall.
The Tuscarora Titans did big things on the football field last season, going from only a one win team to a team only one win short of the playoffs. But Tuscarora isn't resting on their new found success, they're pushing even harder with a single goal in mind -- to make the postseason.
The St. John's Catholic Prep Vikings stunned everyone by winnings an MIAA C League Championship last year, and they're ready to take everybody's best shot as they look to repeat as champs this season.
South Hagerstown made the postseason for the first in awhile in 2013, and the Rebels will look to run with that momentum headed into 2014.
After a down year last year for Smithsburg, there is promise in Leopards nation for the upcoming season. With most of last year's starters returning, the Leopards look to be a dangerous opponent in 2014.
The St. James Saints opened their football season with a win over Mt. Carmel on Saturday afternoon.
Friday Night Sports Connection 8/29/14 Part 1: H.D. Woodson-Martinsburg, Jefferson-Spring Mills, Washington-Hedgesville, Sherando-Musselman, Hampshire-Preston.
Coaches and players of Northern Garrett and Southern Garrett High Schools speak about the upcoming season.
Friday Night Sports Connection 8/29/2014 Part 2: Chambersburg - Greencastle-Antrim, Frederick County Christian - St. John's CP, Silver Oak - MSD
The Oakdale Bears have become state title contenders in soccer, lacrosse and basketball in the school's short history, and after tripling their win total in 2013, the Oakdale football team believes that now is their time to shine.
The St. James football team earned some much-needed experience last season, and returns to the field in 2014 with high hopes of improving greatly on last season.
The North Hagerstown Hubs enter this season with a new head coach on the sidelines for the first time in 13 years, but the team says the transition into the Greg Stains era has been a smooth one.
In seven total football seasons as a program, the Mountain Ridge Miners have yet to make the playoffs. A trend they look to change this fall.
The Middletown Knights have brought home the Maryland 2A State Championship for the past three seasons, and will look to do the same in 2014.
The Maryland School for the Deaf football team has won ten national championships since 2001, but the Orioles have fallen short of that title in the past two seasons. A pattern they look to change this season.
The Linganore Lancers put the fear back into the spear last season, but came up short in the Maryland 3A State Championship. But they're ready to make another run in 2014.
The Hancock Panthers are coming off one of their best seasons in school history, including their first playoff apperance since 2004. This year, the Panthers are back on the prowl and looking to make a deep run into the 1A playoffs.
The Frederick Cadets, who after coming up just one win shy of the playoffs in 2012, came away with only one win last year -- something they're hoping to change this season.
The Shepherd Rams and Shippensburg Red Raiders hosted football media ahead of the upcoming 2014 season.
The Fort Hill football team has not only ruled the roost in the city of Cumberland for the past few seasons, but the Sentinels also ruled the entire state last year, bringing home the Maryland 1A state championship. This year, Fort Hill is hoping to repeat the success they had in 2013.