The National Science Foundation announced Thursday a $713,996 grant for cyber security research to Hagerstown Community College, according to Maryland officials.
Officers said sometime during the overnight hours between Wednesday and Thursday someone broke into Clear Choice Printing and stole an undisclosed amount of money.
The Memorial Park Pool in Chambersburg is closed Thursday for the second day in row and the third time this month, according Borough Manager Jeffrey Stonehill.
Maryland State Police announced Thursday the missing juvenile who was a person of interest involving motor vehicle theft, hit and run, and attempted burglary of an occupied residence, was located in Montgomery County on July 25.
The Humane Society of the United States based in Washington, D.C. is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the alleged teenagers responsible for trespassing on a local Martinsburg farm and strangling the owner's horse with a towing strap.
According to a press releases from Governor Martin O'Malley's office, the $1 million conditional grant was awarded to Washington County to help facilitate the tissue company as it takes over the Boat USA building on Longmeadow Road.
Virginia's Department of Elections accidentally sent up to 125,000 registered voters the wrong letter.
Police said the suspect matches the description of other suspects wanted for bank robberies in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia.
The man was airlifted by MSP's Trooper 3 Helicopter to Meritus Medical Center, where he was later pronounced dead. MSP said that intersection on Rt. 40 can be dangerous because there are no clear pedestrian crosswalks.
The Frederick Police Department arrested a woman for solicitation of prostitution on Wednesday.
The so-called Woman in Black whose journey from Georgia to Winchester went viral, made it to her final destination Tuesday night. Now, Winchester Police are asking the public to leave her alone, despite wide-spread interest generated online.
Under a new Pennsylvania law, sheriffs must now participate in academy training to keep their titles.
The United States Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Pennsylvania State Police and the Commonwealth, alleging employment discrimination against women.
Hundreds of West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio coal miners and supporters joined labor leaders for an affordable electricity and energy jobs rally in Pittsburgh.
It is a topic many women cringe at once their gynecologists bring it up, as they find it embarrassing or uncomfortable.
One seed at a time, the group is working to grow that fresh produce, all while creating a garden that will be on display at the 152nd Great Frederick Fair.
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The Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention gave $49,000 in grants to eight different police departments throughout the state of Maryland to help purchase to body armor.
On Wednesday, residents of the Williamsport Retirement Village came out for their annual year celebration. The 19th annual jet ski picnic was held on the Potomac River.
The accident happened around 3 p.m. on Interstate-81 southbound. Troopers said a tractor trailer driven by Jesus Pichs, of Miami, Florida was traveling along the southbound lanes when the vehicle's left front tire failed.
Investigators learned that the tenant had recently passed away. In this case, two large flat screen televisions were removed from the apartment prior to the family taking possession of the remainder of the deceased tenant's property.
According to the 2014 CDC State Indicator Report on Physical Activity, 26.2 percent of adults in Pennsylvania and Maryland get no physical activity in their free time. West Virginia adults are at 35 percent and Virginia at 25 percent.
The Governor's Office of Crime Control & Prevention announced Wednesday that 53 agencies from 22 jurisdictions will receive a total of $540,722 to help make the trip to and from school safer for Maryland's children.
Repairs conducted earlier Wednesday to the pool's pumps associated with last month's unexpected shut down created a similar cloudy condition, which is unsafe for swimming, officials said. As you may recall, the pool temporarily closed on 4th of July due to a similar issue.
About 50 people gathered near a bank in this area to see the “Woman in Black.” For her safety and the safety of others, officers took her to an undisclosed location and provided her with food and shelter.
Upon making contact with the women, conversation was engaged in, in which the women agreed to perform sexual acts for money or attempted to entice the informant into a sexual act. After these acts were agreed upon or attempted, the women were subsequently arrested, police said.
It happened around 4 p.m. at the Susquehanna Bank along Lincoln Way West. A bomb squad was on scene investigating a suspicious package that was located at the front of the bank behind a bush.
Residents had the chance to tour emergency response vehicles, and enjoy free food provided by the Sheriff's Office. Children also had to chance to learn about careers they might be interested in pursuing in the future.
Troopers said they responded to the Rite Aid on South Fayette Street in Southampton Township Tuesday, where they said two people entered the store and forced all employees into the pharmacy area at knife point.
Officials said one person was flown to the hospital after an early morning, single vehicle accident off of Mont Alto Rd., between Spring Rd. and Duffield Rd.
The Red Cross hosted a training exercise in Martinsburg Tuesday, teaching volunteers how to set up an emergency shelter during a disaster situation.
On Monday the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
Stacey Rodgers was arrested last Wednesday, only two days before her death, for child neglect. Police said they found her three-year-old daughter wandering the neighborhood streets alone.
The Frederick County Fair has cancelled their Pig Tots Scramble event this year as a precautionary measure against the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea (PED) virus.
Although the school building has moved, drivers will want to remember that the school-zone traffic cameras aren't going anywhere.
“I can't walk, can't see nothing, because of the smoke. I said let's go outside, just I have three kids,” said Julan Chavas who was able to escape the building Tuesday afternoon.
A Baltimore man has been sentenced to 15 years on numerous charges, according to the Office of the State's Attorney for Allegany County.
Saturday, July 26 at 10:30 p.m. a call was made to police that a vehicle had hit the guardrail along the run onto 14th Street from N. Royal Avenue.
Two McConnellsburg residents are charged with burglary and trespassing after allegedly hitting three businesses in the area.
Annie is coming to the Maryland Theater!
Check those tickets! Monday night's $575,000 Multi-Match jackpot was hit in Frederick. The winning ticket was purchased at Hi-Way Liquors at 6915 Baltimore National Pike.
Mayor Randy McClement gave his 5th State of the City Address, Monday and focused on public safety, public works and economic development.
"Well, it's a shame. Anyone that likes flowers and gardening, and these are such prolific bloomers. They'll bloom from March or April until the frost so I mean, it's something that was just very dependable, very beautiful plant,"
"If it were state regulated like Maryland, it's an easier pill to swallow. So why single out us?"
The new deal will give Dollar Tree more than 13,000 stores in the United States and Canada, nearly three times as many stores as Walmart.
The Frederick County Health Department is taking a step to help remind the public, to think twice before leaving their child in the backseat of a hot vehicle.
A Frederick man is behind bars after city police said he had a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl in 2013.
“They're looking for money or they're looking for things that they can sell for money, and it all pertains probably to a drug habit or some sort of habit that they're trying to fuel,” said Cummings.
Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife are accused of accepting more than $165,000 in gifts and loans from the CEO of a company in exchange for help promoting products.
"We're hoping to offers some several new possibilities, some additional service down to Orlando, then maybe some other destinations whether it be Florida, Myrtle Beach or other areas."