Officials with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office have arrested a Martinsburg man in connection with Saturday's murder of a 72 year old woman.
"It was so amazing to hear a group of students perform something that was very unique, with not only vocal talent but bells and several instrumentals."
The Sherry Cruz murder trial continued Tuesday in Winchester. Cruz is charged with the death of her two-year-old son.
Shippensburg is in some hot water with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection after the borough's sewer plant recently leaked for the third time in less than two months.
Christian Lopez gained national attention when he appeared on American Idol. These days, the Martinsburg native is part of the Christian Lopez Band.
Emergency officials in Franklin County are on the scene of a house fire along Lincoln Way West near Fort Loudon.
Historic Preservation Planners for the City of Frederick have submitted two applications to put a historic overlay on the Conley Farm in Frederick.
As you may recall, on Dec. 17, 2012 Grant was driving in his 2001 Ford Windstar van along I-270 south of Bennett Creek when he lost control of his vehicle and began skidding on the wet roadway.
The blaze was reported around 12:18 p.m. at 96 Presbyterian Church Road.
The crash was called in around 12:56 p.m. Tuesday, along the interstate near mm 20.
As part of Tornado Preparedness Day in Virginia, Businesses, Families, Local & State Government as well as Schools participated in the Statewide Tornado Drill...
The call came in around 11 a.m. on the 4500 block of Willow Tree Drive.
The accident happened around 11:20 a.m. Tuesday morning, near exit 1 just before the West Virginia state line.
A Winchester man is in jail without bond, accused of having sex with a 14-year-old girl.
A young man is facing several charges after stealing a car, breaking and entering at several local businesses and stealing from a church.
"This lady over here didn't need to die like that. And her daughter didn't need to go find her like that, it's just terrible," said David Grove, victim's neighbor.
Michael Angelo Jones was convicted of first-degree burglary, first- and second-degree assault and reckless endangerment.
Some studies suggest that a lack of motivation, or feeling tired aren't the only negative side effects to daylight savings time.
26-year-old Antonio Gardner learned his fate today as a judge sentenced him to serve 15 years behind bars and 5 years probation.
“Despair, desperation and a disregard for others.” Those were the opening words to the jury in Commonwealth's Attorney Alexander Iden's opening statement.
The cause of death has been released for a 72-year-old Martinsburg woman, who was brutally murdered in her own house over the weekend.
A bill to protect tow truck drivers on the roadside passed Friday in the Maryland House of Delegates. Now a bill to protect waste service vehicles on the roadside in West Virginia is up for a vote.
On Monday, just before 1 p.m., officers responded to the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in the 1500 block of Valley Avenue.
The property owners of an old Japanese restaurant in Downtown Frederick are facing thousands of dollars in fines.
It happened around 2:30 p.m. Monday along I-81 near mile marker 18.
The Chambersburg Area School District is implementing a new Ipad and Android application that has everything the students need with just one touch.
Check out these adorable adoptable pets in this week's Pet of the Week!
Officers say around 9:25 a.m. Sunday, March 9 they were called to 5100 Buchanan Trail East for the report of suspicious activity.
The Preston Place Apartments told a crisis line worker he was going to shoot himself and then refused to come out of his apartment.
Brown spoke to local residents about what he is hoping to accomplish while in office and also rallied support for his campaign for governor.
When authorities arrived at the victim’s home Saturday afternoon, what they discovered inside was a disturbing scene. Martha Tyler, 72, was found dead with a bag over her head and her hands tied behind her back.
The Fourth Annual Fly It Forward event took off this weekend in Frederick, Maryland.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is investigating a homicide after a 72-year-old woman was found dead with a bag over her head and her hands bound.
FREDERICK, Md. - Frederick Police have arrested a local man for attempting to set a house on fire early Sunday morning.
Police say the man tried to hit them, broke a radio antenna off a police car, and then was subdued by police.
The fire marshal says one employee was inside the cleaners when the fire broke out and received minor injuries.
A three-car collision in Frederick, Md. takes the lives of two people and injures four others.
Event organizers say "Pizza Wars" is a good way for students to get more involved with the Chambersburg community.
The Johnson Controls plant in Waynesboro will be laying off more than 200 employees over the next year and a half.
Omar Martinez, an undocumented immigrant, has been wanted since June 2009 on a 2nd-degree rape charge, along with assault and sex offense charges out of Prince George’s County.
Four juveniles were involved in a single-vehicle crash around 6 a.m. Saturday. One of the passengers was critically injured.
Patrick Franklin Greene, 28, has been charged with first and second degree child abuse, and first and second degree assault of a three-year old child.
"And the popcorn tasted fine and everything," said Joanna Mullinix. "So I had no clue there was going to be something in there."
"He died three times, and now he's alive. T.J. is a fighter," said Debbie Haberkorn, T.J.'s mother.
The scammer, who went by the name Robert Green, gave Anna a secret password and told her that in order to receive her winnings, she needed to go to the store, buy a $500 prepaid card, and mail it to him.
Evan Lawbaugh, 30, and Joe Barclay, 59, are both from Waynesboro, Pennsylvania.
Fire officials responded to a small fire at the Yellow Springs Elementary School in Frederick Friday morning.
Officials with the United States Department of Agriculture were in Hagerstown Friday and talked about all things cattle and beef to more than 200 farmers.
The West Virginia legislature has passed a bill that would prohibit the possession of dangerous wild animals in the state.
“Things break a little easier when it's really cold, so when you have one car in your driveway and we have 100 in ours, we have a little bit more of a maintenance to do. So, it's been a very expensive winter for us."