More than 15 streets in old town Winchester were closed to traffic or parking on the last weekend of the apple blossom festival. Marching bands and elaborate floats could be seen throughout the streets of Old Town on Saturday to celebrate what is known as the largest and most historic parade in Virginia.
Mayfest is the city's annual event that draws hundreds of people to the downtown area every year.
The Western Maryland Food Bank diverted food from Frederick County this past week to Baltimore, but that left nearly 150 Frederick senior citizens hungry.
A deadly single-vehicle accident occurred early Saturday morning going east bound on Interstate 68 near mile marker 37, which is between Frostburg and Cumberland.
Natasha Bure was crowned this year's Apple Blossom Festival queen. The sea of pink and green that gathered at John Handley High School, erupted when Bure was received her crown, making her the 88th festival queen.
Officials say 2-year-old Jameson R. Linberry-Pollard has been recovered. No further details are being release at this point.
Three fire marshals from the Frederick County Division of Fire and Rescue Services have been assisting with several fire investigations in Baltimore City.
Frederick County has undergone a few changes the past year and with a new form of county government, officials believe it's time for a new slogan, too.
It's not just any ‘old’ fire truck, but one that started her journey in the city of Winchester, where she now resides. WHAG’s Merris Badcock spoke to the City’s Fire Chief who brought her back, and has the story.
Thousands of people attend the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival every year, generating dozens of tons of trash. Winchester City Public Works says it collected about 37 tons of trash during the festival two years ago, last year about 39. This year is expected to be right in that ballpark.
"We gotta burn the town down, we gotta riot, we gotta force them to call the national guard, just so somebody will finally hear us and know that we still exist," said Gordon Robinson.
The All Good Music Festival is one step closer to officially being held in Jefferson County.
Law enforcement officers in Frederick County, Maryland continue to extend their services to the Baltimore area as developments continue to unfold.
It happened almost a year ago, but the disastrous effects of a flash flood in Clear Spring are still being felt today.
The Allegany College of Maryland, along with law enforcement officers and emergency responders in the Cumberland area, staged a mock traffic crash on campus Friday afternoon.
A chiropractic clinic in Frederick, Md. is offering free services for America’s returning veterans.
The American Legion building in Martinsburg is owned by the city and Legion members are now trying to find a new space for the oldest veteran organization in the U.S.
A former bank loan officer for the Bank of Romney pleaded guilty to bank fraud after using her position to obtain nearly $170,000 in fraudulent loans during her employment.
Penn State Mont Alto hosted its sixth annual trauma scenario training exercise on Friday. Every year, the event serves as a method of providing field experience for their career.
Prosecutors are filing criminal charges against six Baltimore police officers for their alleged roles in the death of Freddie Gray.
One person was burned in a RV explosion at Sleepy Creek Campgrounds in Berkeley Springs just after 11:30 Thursday night.
"I'm concerned that the Vietnam veterans that were [dishonorably] discharged because of PTSD. There doesn't seem to be a very big effort to get those discharges reviewed," said local veteran, Bob Hartman.
Within 24 hours, the County Council of Frederick took County Executive Jan Gardner's 2016 budget and made cuts to her proposed plan, but not without nearly eight hours of heated debate.
"If you have an Orioles ticket for any game this week that you had, come on out. We'd be happy to take care of you. We want you to have a good time, and we want you to experience baseball."
A group of students at James Wood High School in Frederick County, Va. created an interactive game of clue for Frederick County employees.
Following the September 2013 death of two-year-old Robert Watkins, the Friends of the Frederick County Child Advocacy Center dedicated the Healing Garden at Bonita Maas Park. The garden is a community space commemorating the young lives lost to child abuse.
A popular event with festival-goers, the Annual Apple Pie Baking Contest at Marker Miller Orchards brought out the crowds.
As part of the Vietnam War 50th Anniversary Commemorative partner program, more than 50 war veterans were honored in Chambersburg for their service.
They went from having an 85 percent kill rate to having nearly a 97 percent save rate in the past four years, now the Allegany County Animal Shelter is now responsible for taking care of all of its animals medical bills.
The Frederick Police Department is searching for two suspects who used counterfeit money at a CVS on the 1400-block of W. Patrick Street and a Weis on 2 Old Camp Drive.
The Martinsburg Police Department has confirmed that a man was found dead inside his vehicle at a Walmart parking lot on Wednesday.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office have arrested three 18-year-old males for a strong armed robbery that took place on Saturday around the 100-block of Fairfax Pike.
About 7500 runners will flock to Frederick this weekend for the CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Frederick Running Festival.
Two people were seriously injured after a vehicle accident caused Route 522 in front of U.S. Silica to be shut down Thursday afternoon.
The 88th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival continued today with an apple pie baking contest at Mark Miller Orchards.
The Shepherdstown Day Care is hosting its eighth annual wine auction and this year, they have once again partnered with the Bavarian Inn to raise money to help fund the day care.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park and the C&O Canal Trust announced that nearly $150,000 in grant funding was awarded from the National Park Service's Centennial Challenge.
A former Washington County Sheriff and longtime servant to the community was awarded the first lifetime achievement award of its kind at the 34th Annual American Jail Association Conference and Jail Expo in Charlotte, N.C.
Cole Bros. Circus to the Max stars stopped by WHAG Morning News with Caitlin Francis Thursday to tell everyone about their upcoming shows in the Four-State!
The aim of the public meeting and discussion was not to re-hash old arguments against the case, but rather to urge Frederick County council members to take a deeper look into the research done by the previous Board of County Commissioners.
"We're putting the whole thing, the whole issue here on the back of the taxpayer. That's in my opinion not the way to go," said Councilmember Martin Brubaker.
"We're going to take any of our appliances that we haul away and make sure that they're responsibly recycled 100%."
Two people are in custody after the Allegany County Sheriff's Office responded to a disturbance at the Country Mall Wednesday. The two suspects were identified as Donald Rutter and Tabbatha Rayner, both from Keyser.
Pennsylvania State Police have confirmed that a fallen power line has shut down a portion of the northbound and southbound lanes of I-81 on Wednesday evening.
After riots broke out in the city of Baltimore, members of the Frederick Police Department reflect on their efforts to alleviate tensions in the city.
Many secluded areas of Berkeley County are facing a significant roadside trash problem. But how do you enforce littering laws when no one is there to witness the crime?
Health officials want residents to make sure to stay clear of ticks as cases of Lyme disease are more prevalent during spring and summer months.
Check out this week's Save-A-Lot Kidscaster, Gunner Hockman!
Three Shippensburg residents were indicted by a jury in Harrisburg, Pa. for the unlawful distribution of at least 100 grams of heroin.
The non-profit organization Rolling Thunder is planning their biggest cause to date riding on their Harley's from sea to sea.