The grieving continues in Hagerstown for Judith Greenwald, 49, who died in a pedestrian accident Sunday night.
A delegate says the Maryland General Assembly is broken with a lack of transparency and one tax increase after another.
Frederick, Maryland was just one of the many cities to leave residents and businesses in the dark as Potomac Edison worked vigorously to restore power.
Hundreds of visitors voted for the best holiday window display, and Muse along North Market Street won.
Officials say he plans on keeping students and parents updated with FCPS happenings and important information via social media.
We have a gut wrenching story out of the Washington County Humane Society, as a little Chihuahua they tried to save, had to be put down. We want to warn everyone, that some of the images you're about to see of this dog's burns are graphic.
Eleanor Wible may be 74-years-old, but her age is not stopping her from working 10 hour days in the cold.
West Virginia Department of Highway officials said their workers have been working around the clock and willing to log more hours if needed.
It happened around 10:40 a.m. at the Dollar General located in the 200 block of Winchester Avenue in Martinsburg.
It happened at the Check into Cash store around 11:30 a.m. on the 2100 block of South Loudoun Street.
Check out these two adorable adoptable pets in this week's Pet of the Week!
People are still mourning the death of Nelson Mandela, especially in the Eastern Panhandle. NAACP officials are speaking about his impact around the world, and his influence to them.
Several inches of snow made for a messy weekend on the roads. Maryland State Police troopers worked around the clock clearing accidents and assisting drivers this past weekend.
The National Weather Service has issued more Winter Storm Watches and Winter Weather Advisories for our area for round 2 of accumulating snow on the way for Tuesday.
A preliminary investigation reveals alcohol may have been a factor in the accident.
It happened around 6:15 p.m. Sunday Evening at the intersection of East Magnolia Avenue and Hollymead Terrace.
Much of the east coast saw a welcoming of winter weather early Sunday morning, with much of the four-state region seeing periods of snow, sleet and ice.
Several vehicle pile-ups on Interstate-81 southbound in Washington County caused a shut down on the highway for several hours Sunday.
A man was flown to Shock Trauma in Baltimore after a shooting incident Saturday in Boonsboro
The Berkeley Springs community is mourning the loss of Dave Michael, who dedicated much of his life to serving Morgan County.
Those who work and live in the damaged building on Hallton Road say they never thought something like that would ever happen to them.
Police are investigating a shooting that happened on the 300 block of Madison Street around 6 p.m. Friday evening.
"Everyone wants to go see the Nutcracker. And it definitely helps companies out, and the art form out, and gets the word out and it's such an exciting time of year, I think everyone gets excited for it," Evan said.
One local church in Martinsburg, 365 Shop, gathered a team to serve the parents who were seeking to make their children's Christmas a joyful one.
Officers with the Frederick Police department say they are investigating after one person was found with a gunshot wound.
Fire officials in Jefferson County are battling a massive fire near the flea market in Halltown.
A representative from the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation sent us a comment saying: "Hagerstown FD was able to demonstrate a need while also establishing a commitment to long-term sustainability of the unit which is important to the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation. We are proud to be able to assist their K9 unit's vital impact on their community."
Russell Ebersole was sentenced to 48 months in prison. The judge suspended 24 months, which means he'll serve two years behind bars. Ebersole was fine $10,000, and will serve two years probation on each count once he's released from lock up.
Samuel Ecker says he's been trying to get this problem resolved for weeks, offering to pay for the landscaping out of his own pocket. He acknowledges that his pigs did root up some of the tombstones, and he says he's sold almost 90 percent of the pigs he owned.
After serving as President and CEO of the Hagerstown Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau for nearly ten years, Tom Riford is switching jobs.
County commissioners voted to sell the nursing homes to Aurora Health Management back in June.
Investigators with the Office of the State Fire Marshal and the Md. State Police are asking for the public's help in finding an arson suspect, who's wanted in connection to the Habitat for Humanity house fire.
The Frederick Police Department is asking for input from the public as they work towards putting together a strategic plan for the department through 2019.
Officials have announced the winner of the 2013 holiday window contest in down Winchester. More then 25 businesses participated in this year's contest, with the following receiving top honors.
Officials in Front Royal announced Short Street from Ritenour Street to Barton Street will be shut down beginning Thursday, December 12 at 10 p.m. while they make repairs to the water line.
Chief Norman Shiflett said his department received eight separate reports of vandalism on Wednesday, December 4, 2013. Through the investigation police were able to determine two local juveniles were responsible for the vandalism.
"They didn't have a particular denomination that they targeted, anything along those lines. They went with where they could get into," said Deputy First Class, Carly Hose, with the Washington County Sheriff's Office. "They did force entry into some of the churches and then other ones they found unlocked, where it be unlocked windows, unlocked doors and entered through those ways."
There's excitement in the air in Berkeley County as Martinsburg High School's football team will go after its fourth straight state football championship this weekend.
Deputies with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office say Matthew Lee Gilbert turned himself into police Thursday, December 5, 2013, after Ann Chapman, also known as Ann Pennington, was found dead inside a room at the North Gate Motel.
The Morgan County community is grieving, as they lost one of their own. A long time public servicemen, David Michael, 55, of Williamsport died Tuesday at his home.
The call for the fire came in just after midnight, early Friday morning on North High Street. It took crews about three hours to contain the flames.
It’s a decision that could put your child in another school next year.
It was a spectacular hour in downtown Hagerstown Thursday night, as Santa came to light up the Christmas tree for all to see.
A jewel to the community, many come to experience live performances at the historic Maryland Theatre year round. But just as the theatre has lit up with holiday decor in time for loads of winter concerts ahead, a leak in parts of the ceiling has taken center stage.
"This past august, the neighbors’ pigs have been getting loose and into the graveyard. As you look around you can see, it's pretty evident the damage that's been done. And they owners don't appear to be stepping up to take care of this damage," said Mark Smith of the Salem Lutheran Church in Boonsboro.
Carletta Watson was found guilty of first-degree murder of 27-year-old Dontrell Curry.
"The family has been involved with Habitat even prior to the purchase of their home in 2000. So they'd actually been working with us since probably 1999 and we've been in constant contact with them,” said Sherry Brown Cooper, Executive Director for Habitat for Humanity.
Deputies with the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office say Gregory A. Wuenschel, 48, teaches physical education Cedar Lane Elementary School in Ashburn, Virginia.
Deputies tell WHAG they located a woman's body right out side of Charles Town on Route 340 at North Gate Inn Thursday morning. They've since charged the woman's boyfriend with second-degree murder.
"We think we can make some positive change by working together and hopefully we'll see some signs of that in the general assembly session in 2014 but we're really looking longer term in 2015, after the November elections," said Kathleen Snyder, Maryland Chamber of Commerce.