Fire crews in Clarke County are battling a two alarm structure fire. It happened around 5:56 a.m. in Berryville on Clifton Road.
John Smith, 36, of Hagerstown was arrested by Hagerstown Police late Friday night for stabbing another man during a confrontation.
Sherry Lee Ramsburg, 48, of Hagerstown was killed in a motor vehicle collision early Saturday mroning on Jefferson Boulevard.
"Just spending everyday making sure that I'm doing what i think is right and letting the people of Washington County be heard to anyone that comes before me," said the Honorable Viki Pauler.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Department says one juvenile was sent to Jefferson Medical Center after a stabbing at Jefferson High School after Friday night's football game.
Twenty-five incarcerated veterans at the Roxbury Correctional Institution honored the American service personnel who made the ultimate sacrifice.
The West Virginia Secretary of State is trying to encourage voter participation while also honoring the service of military veterans.
The latter half of a two-part preliminary hearing continued Friday for Timothy Smith Jr., 55, a Burkeville man accused of hiring a hitman to kill his sister in 2009.
Two medical helicopters have been called to the scene of an accident in Guilford Township, Pa. involving a milk truck.
Berkeley County elementary and high schools are taking part in a bullying prevention program for the first time this year.
Since 1914, thousands of students and teachers have called Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School their home.
Fans of the Baltimore Ravens have come out in droves at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to turn in their Ray Rice jerseys, and get new ones.
A group of men in the armed forces are stepping up to raise awareness for wounded veterans.
A locally-owned tech management and services company, WPS, Inc., held a fundraising celebration to honor their 40th year in business. Washington County delegate Neil Parrot attended today's celebration, which included food and music.
Newborn sheep, piglets and calves are getting a warm welcome into the world at the 152nd Great Frederick Fair.
As truck traffic increases on Interstate 81, transportation officials are looking for ways to minimize congestion and keep the highway safe.
John Michael Hejduk entered the guilty plea Thursday afternoon at the Washington County Circuit Court. Along with prison time, he will have to register as a sex offender.
A man on the Eastern Panhandle's Most Wanted List has been tracked down and arrested.
"Since 2000 to 2012, [there have been] 271 active shooter cases in the U.S. The next closest one was Canada, with six [active shooter incidences]. That blows me away," said Gerald Bohus with Winchester Fire and Rescue, who also attended the presentation.
The town of Williamsport is hosting its first ever Wellness Day on Thursday. Town officials have been working towards putting a "Wellness Trail" in Byron Memorial Park for the past four years and with a grant of $30,000 later, it's here.
The Winchester Police Department is investigating an armed robbery that occurred just before 1 p.m. at the United Bank on Valley Avenue.
Lt. Fluharty of Maryland State Police in Hagerstown says that law enforcement officials are a symbol of our society, and it's a travesty to see these incidents become more prevalent in our nation.
The Maryland State Police are taking food donations all September for Hunger Action Month.
Fifteen elementary school students from West Virginia have been selected as winners of the 2014 "When I Grow Up" essay contest, sponsored by SMART529.
All lanes have reopened after an accident on I-70 east bound near I-270 south bound Thursday morning. Troopers with Maryland State Police in Frederick say the accident happened at about 5:30 a.m. when a motorcycle crashed into a passenger car.
"I hope people take away an understanding that the Civil Rights Act is not just a piece of history, but it's part of a tradition that is unfolding in america around the constitution. And as we move forward as a country we have a deeper and stronger understanding of that tradition," said Clay Risen.
Austin Portner, 55, has already served prison time in the past. He was convicted in 2002 for having sexual contact with a 10-year-old, and was released from jail in 2009.
This is Baltimore's first AL East title win since 1997. It's also the Nationals' second NL East title win in the past three seasons.
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School administrators say the cleanup process has been successful and want to share their thanks to the hundreds of people who helped out.
The hospital's thrift shop is a fundraising method to raise money towards hospital equipment, patient care programs and scholarships.
The annual "Celebrity Harness Race" at the Great Frederick Fair was Wednesday.
Dozens of seniors from across the northwestern region of Virginia put sayings like, "my grandmother can kick better than you," to rest at their annual Senior Olympics hosted by the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging.
Almost a year after a local man's home was destroyed by arson, the Habitat for Humanity of Washington County partnered with local builders to help rebuild the home.
The legacies of Pfc. Norman A. Diffenderfer Jr. And Lt. Glenn Robert Henicle are being honored in their hometown, through the hometown hero banners.
The case was investigated by the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crime Task Force. Authorities brought Craig into custody on July 31.
Dr. Tressie M. Duffy, 44, is facing 100 felony counts of distribution of narcotic controlled substances. The indictment alleges that Duffy signed blank prescription orders and allowed employees at her practice to issue the prescriptions without being seen by a physician, violating federal law.
Troopers with Maryland State Police in the Cumberland Barrack responded to I-68 at the 57 mile marker for an accident involving two tractor trailers. They say the accident happened around 7:45 p.m. on Tuesday.
"To basically say to this council, we bought you, we got you elected and you better give us what we want or we'll sue you. And that's what they've done," said Mayor David Gysberts, City of Hagerstown.
This September marks the 20th anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act, a federal law that supports domestic violence victim resources nationwide.
The owner of the donut shop - Tiana Ramos, 17 - is still running business as usual after receiving backlash and negative comments from local groups.
"Just seeing that child abuse is charged, you've got to look underneath to see what the circumstances are to see, 'ok, what level are we talking about here?'"
There’s a change of command over at Fort Detrick. After 20 months on the job, Major General Joseph Caravalho, Jr. will pass the job on to Major General Brian Lein.
Units from the Front Royal Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department saved the driver of a dump truck Tuesday morning after it overturned on its driver side and pinned him underneath.
Pennsylvania State Police have named Eric Matthew Frein as a suspect in the deadly shooting at the Blooming Grove station on Friday night.
"They plan to install a lot of different landscaping and different features, to really make that city gateway very nice and attractive," said Perry Eisenach.
Smith will serve 20 years in prison with five years suspended for two counts of child abuse, and one count of voluntary manslaughter.
Deputies responded to a burglary call early in the morning on September 5 at Optimal Health Care Health Mart on College Road. The suspect broke into the location and stole both medication and cash.
The winter is fast approaching, and Whitetail resort is busy giving it's facility a $2 million facelift.
Paul Frey, who served as Vice President of the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce for four years, will fill the role. According to the Chamber, he has spent almost 10 years as a business consultant and small business owner.