A six year-old girl in Front Royal has a rare genetic disease that led to her having brain surgery at a young age. Jozie Palmer has hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia or HHT, an incurable genetic disease which causes malformed blood vessels.
Two Frederick County, Md. residents accused of armed robbery were located in Martinsburg after being pulled over by West Virginia State Police for a headlight violation on Saturday.
The Frederick County, Maryland National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has selected a new leader in hopes to help revive the organization and restore the chapter's activity in the community.
The vice president of Winchester’s City Council, Milt McInturff, opted to skip his arraignment hearing scheduled for Monday morning, and have his case taken straight to trial.
New information is coming out about the Virginia man who was arrested last week for felony forgery and theft.
A Martinsburg man received a year in prison after pleading guilty to one count of unlicensed distribution of explosive materials in May of 2015.
The Chambersburg Police Department has 11 new dashboard cameras in its patrol cars and new video saving software.
It's the most common form of cancer, the most preventable and according to the American Cancer Society, skin cancer is detected in more than 3.5 million people each year.
A Franklin County man accused of possessing child pornography in March of 2014 is now facing additional manufacturing charges.
A Kearnesyville woman pleaded guilty to her participation in a drug trafficking operation that was uncovered by the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crime Task Force during a 41-person drug bust last month.
Washington County farmers' continued success in the dairy industry landed them the number two spot for production in the state of Maryland.
Check out these two adorable, adoptable pets in this week's Pet of the Week!
The Hagerstown Pony League 14-year-old all star team arrived at Funkhouser Park to celebrate their East zone tournament win on Sunday.
HealthNet Aeromedical Services announced Sunday it is expanding it's patient transport coverage by including ground services to the Martinsburg area.
Officers responded to the 500 block of West South St. Saturday night around 10 o’clock, after receiving multiple calls regarding a fight involving a baseball bat.
Police arrested a man for allegedly striking another patron's face with a glass bottle Sunday morning.
A fenced in dog park play area is the newest addition at the Clarke County Animal Shelter and workers celebrated its grand opening on Saturday.
A 12-year-old has died after the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department responded to a call of an accident involving an ATV at 467 Phillips Lane around 11:13 p.m. Thursday night
Pennsylvania State Police said Greencastle residents, Heather Jean Jerin, 41, and Serena Samantha Harne, 28, allegedly sent pornographic photos of themselves multiple teenage boys at Greencastle High School.
According to officials with the Frederick Police Department, officers made spice and alcohol-related arrests Friday night.
A traffic stop by the Cumberland Police Department resulted in an arrest of the driver for alleged owning drug paraphernalia and the passenger for an unrelated warrant out for his arrest.
The election for Winchester’s commonwealth attorney will be held this November, and residents tell WHAG why this heated race to determine who will win the position is so important to the city.
A new Arts and Entertainment Trail will connect Hagerstown's downtown city center with the cultural area of City Park on the southern end.
Online court documents show that the mother of a child who police said was handcuffed and beaten for eating a piece of birthday pleaded not guilty to murder and various child abuse charges.
A local gun store in Funkstown, Antietam Firearms, brought in so much revenue, the business required a bigger building that holds more inventory and better keeps up with sales.
An estimated 300 Potomac Edison customers were left without power late Friday morning after a small taxiing airplane hit a guide wire supporting a nearby telephone pole.
"Other than the Kojak look - or I look like Pitbull, somebody like that - my hair is different, and I'm a little more tired, but everything else is pretty good," said Hogan.
The State Highway administration is working on a $2.5 million dollar project that will add an auxiliary lane on U.S. 15 North Bound near Liberty Road.
A Winchester woman was in court on Friday after being arrested for allegedly embezzling thousands of dollars from her workplace.
The change would allow builders in the city to increase the resident capacity for both multi and single-family housing by increasing the maximum capacity for planned unit housing developments from 18 units per acre to 27.
City officials said most of the money collected from the water increase will fund the state mandated upgrade to the Gas House Pike Waste Water Treatment Plant.
A driver of a vehicle involved in an accident on Interstate-70 eastbound was flown to shock trauma in Baltimore Friday afternoon.
It seems like the Washington County community may be taking steps in the right direction to improve health, as a local personal training business recently expanded their operation and facility due to success in the area.
Swimmers will be permitted to reenter the lake at Cowans Gap State Park on Saturday, after three confirmed cases of norovirus caused the park to be shut down for 10 days.
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"It's hard to imagine, reacting in the middle of the night, the narrow streets," said Senator Capito, (R) West Virginia. "But when you hear about the outpouring of the different firefighters, the different community responders, the different folks, I'm sure the religious community has come to the aide of the business owners, and really West Virginians."
Brown recluse spiders have found a home within cracks, crevices and walls in the school and officials say their bite can cause muscle deterioration in humans.
The Director of Frederick's Parks and Recreation Department, Roelkey Myers has been fired by the city, according to Alderwoman Donna Kuzemchak.
The Hagerstown Regional Airport ranked in the top 10 percent in total jobs and business revenue among 35 publicly-used airports in the state of Maryland in 2014, according to the economic impact study by the Maryland Aviation Administration was released early July.
The city of Frederick's new top cop officially took command Thursday morning. WHAG sat down with Chief Ed Hargis, who shared his plans for the city.
A lateral pipe on Main Street broke on Wednesday, causing the town of Berryville to lose 30,000 gallons of water. The town's manager, Keith Dalton, said the pipe was galvanized, which he said played a role in the break.
A grand jury indicted a man in Frederick County, Va. Circuit Court Thursday afternoon for allegedly raping a woman while driving her home from work.
After collecting mosquito samples in Franklin County since May, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection discovered positive samples of West Nile virus in the area.
Shenandoah University officials said they have participated in Virginia Private College Week since it began 26 years ago, and this year, there are already a record number of visitors.
The new store boasts a wide selection of more than 1,500 wines and 860 spirits.
A group of international students were in the area this week, but they weren't just sight-seeing, they were volunteering to help improve local communities.
Three four-state residents pleaded guilty to their roles in a drug trafficking operation that was uncovered by the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crime Task Force during a 41-person drug bust last month.
Rocky’s Pizza on Virginia Avenue in Hagerstown is closed after a fire Wednesday night.
The Hagerstown Community Garden is an outlet for citizens and groups around the city to become involved in a great summer outdoor activity – gardening!
The Emerald Ash Borer is considered to be one of the most destructive tree pests ever seen in North America, and environmentalists say it’s killing our Ash Trees.