Members with the Warrant/Fugitive Unit and Investigators from the Allegany County Combined Criminal Investigation Unit (C3I) traveled to Hagerstown on Saturday to pick up Aaron Dvone Manning, 38, and return him to Allegany County.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office and several EMS crews are on the scene of a bad accident. Berkeley County dispatchers said the accident happened around 10:12am at the intersection of Sheperdstown Road and Files Crossroads.
WHAG NEWS - Happy first birthday, Ella Mae Miller. This little one was born one year ago to proud parents, Jessica and Bobby!
The Winchester Medical Foundation had its ninth annual Pink Ribbon event, to highlight a new cancer facility and congratulate survivors.
According to the Allegany County Sheriff's Office, Carl Ruby was killed after falling out of the bed of a pick-up truck Thursday.
According to a recent report by the National Retail Federation, spending in March showed a considerable improvement compared to colder months. Local shop owners in Downtown Frederick say they bore the brunt of the storm.
New statistics out of Frederick County, Maryland show that overall crime is down six percent. Learn more about the findings from the annual Uniform Crime Report.
Local business students are recognized at recent state competition.
Congressman Bill Shuster (R-Pennsylvania), a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and the Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, has confirmed that he is dating a lobbyist who works for Airlines of America.
Officers with the Hagerstown Police Department said an aggressive suspect who attempted to break into a home died in custody early Friday morning.
For the third year in a row, Frostburg State University is featured in the Princeton's Review Guide to 353 Green Colleges for the 2015 school year.
The deputy involved in the fatal April 3 shooting at a residence on Gregory Place was identified as Brian Thomas.
The Virginia State Board of Elections has decertified an electronic voting system due to security concerns. According to the State Board of Elections, the WINVote equipment, made by Advanced Voting Solutions, is currently used in 560 precincts across the Commonwealth.
A new lawsuit filed by a former FBI agent involved in the anthrax investigation raises questions surrounding the FBI's conclusion that army scientist Bruce Ivins was responsible for mailing the anthrax-filled letters that killed five people in 2001.
An overturned tractor-trailer shut down Route 50 eastbound Friday afternoon.
A fire on the 400-block of Beaver Creek Road caused approximately $35,000 worth of damages to a residence Friday morning.
Cumberland Police and C3I have teamed up to locate a suspect who is wanted for firing shots at two people near Spring and Elm Street on Thursday evening.
The Cumberland Police Department arrested a man for numerous charges Friday morning around 1:30 a.m.
Maryland State Police in Frederick say one person was killed in an accident on Route 40 early Friday morning.
Officers with the Cumberland Police Department are searching for a suspect after shots were fired during an argument Thursday evening.
While Baltimore may be considered a major port for heroin distribution - Frederick County deputies say it's seeping into our suburbs.
Frederick, Md. property owners may see a three percent hike in water and sewer rates as a result of a recent proposal from the mayor.
The Governor's Highway Safety Program has put forward a grant to help bring awareness to drivers who text or talk while driving throughout the state of West Virginia.
Nearly 100 kindergartners in Winchester, Va, explored the Abrams Creek Wetlands Preserve, learning about plants, animals and wetland habitats. Shenandoah University students developed the program as part of their environmental education course.
Last year, Hagerstown received a Main Street Maryland designation and now, officials are finally ready to kick off the community effort to revitalize the city.
The jury could not reach a unanimous decision on the charge of embezzlement, forcing a mistrial on that count. Streets was accused of selling $5,000 worth of guns to a local gun store, Glockcop, LLC.
As the weather gets nicer, more people are looking to spend their time outside and Frederick residents will soon be able to enjoy some of the major improvements made to Carroll Creek Park.
The Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a theft of over 130 gallons of diesel fuel from a tractor-trailer on Tuesday evening.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced the appointment of a Berryville woman to his administration on Thursday.
A decorated Olympian wrestler gave students at Salem Avenue Elementary school a spark to ignite their futures.
Officials in Frederick County responded to a fire around 10:15 a.m. on the 200-block of Ogden Lane Thursday morning.
The Office of the State's Attorney for Allegany County announced that a Cumberland man was sentenced to eight years for felony theft on Thursday.
"We were looking really hard for a place that would embrace us and give us the kind of feel that Downtown Frederick has always given us and we really found that in Hagerstown," said Catie Serio, Pretzel & Pizza Creations owner.
"It's just really about having fun. We're just a recreational program, but we do see the kids make huge strides in their abilities because of being on the horse."
Making history in Frederick Wednesday, County Executive, Jan Gardner, presented her 2016 budget under the county's new charter government.
Wednesday marked 150 years since President Abraham Lincoln was shot and killed by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theater.
After three years of legal disputes between firefighters and the Borough of Chambersburg, an agreement was made to reinstate a terminated firefighter.
Dennis E. Streets, a former captain of the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department, was in court on Wednesday facing charges of embezzlement and fraudulent scheming.
The Board of Education in Frederick County, Md. is assessing the number of tests they administer to FCPS students, and whether or not they’re over testing.
The "Schools that Teach" website shows residents the school district funding increase through Gov. Tom Wolf's proposed budget.
The murder trial for a man accused of shooting and killing another man in 1995 continued in Franklin County Wednesday.
As tax season comes to a close, you might be reminded of how confusing filling out government forms can be - especially if you're doing it on your own for the first time. Claiming Medicare benefits can be equally overwhelming, but volunteers with the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging are ready to help eligible residents.
Check out this week's Save-A-Lot Kidscaster, Leah Stotelmyer!
With more people filing their taxes electronically and paying online than ever before, the demand for longer hours at the U.S. Postal Service is no more.
A $20,000 federal grant will aim to expand and develop teacher leadership in the Shenandoah Valley. The Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) grant will be used to improve learning, with an emphasis on writing in local schools.
A Bunker Hill, W.Va. man pleaded guilty in federal court to one count of a felon in possession of firearms.
Frederick police are asking for help in solving crime and convicting criminals. They’re urging any local business or residents with a surveillance camera register it through their website.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is warning residents of a possible scam involving phone calls with the intent of stealing personal information and money.
Over 15 patients ranging from ages of 11 to 19 years old were sent to Meritus Medical center following the use of a synthetic drug called "spice."
Romeny's fire siren went back online during all hours of the day despite the lawsuit threat that previously forced officials to shut if off.