Wednesday, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals did not rule on whether or not the Board of County Commissions' decision to withdraw the company's recognition and funding was legal.
It took 50 firefighters about one hour to put out the flames.
Fort Detrick broke ground on a multimillion dollar renewable energy project that would cut a fraction of their energy spending.
The team began two years ago after assistant professor Mary Beth Chaney was diagnosed in November of 2012. She said she struggled with extreme fatigue, as well as pain and numbness in her legs.
Thanks to an edible books contest in Winchester, middle school students at James Wood Middle School weren't afraid to eat their words on Wednesday.
Jefferson County is the second healthiest in West Virginia according to a 2015 report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and University of Wisconsin researchers.
Virginia State Police are investigating a deadly accident that happened this afternoon in the 1800-block of River Road.
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We're in the midst of tax season. Whether you've filed yet or not, officials in Winchester are warning of two tax scams that have been circulating in the area.
Around 7:30 a.m., a man operating a dump truck was traveling east on I-70 when traffic in front of him began to slow down.
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. A local group is recognizing this month by raising awareness to help put an end to child abuse in Pennsylvania.
Two men have been charged with arson after allegedly setting a fire at a vacant building on 30 E. Franklin Street on March 15.
The new law will waive the initial registration fee and annual report filing fee for the first four years for veterans starting new businesses. These breaks could save veterans up to $200.
Maryland State Police have confirmed that one man is dead after a one-vehicle accident near mile marker 28 on I-70 eastbound this morning.
Frederick Police officers arrested a man for illegal possession of a weapon.
A heroin forum in Winchester on Tuesday evening aimed to show the community the many efforts the city makes to help all who are affected by the heroin epidemic.
"What I have found, when you give those vets missions, when you're able to kind of bring them in and give them a purpose, they thrive."
"I think it's especially hard on our older residents that are on fixed incomes to keep getting a rate increase year after year," said Sharpsburg Mayor Hal Spielman.
For the Honorable David Shaw Whitacre, the presiding judge over Winchester and Frederick County’s General District Court, Tuesday marked his 24th year presiding over the Commonwealth. The milestone also marked Whitacre’s last day on the bench.
If you have been experiencing itchy eyes and coughing and sneezing, chances are, you are suffering from spring allergies. Considering this past winter, Doctors predict that the pollen count will be high this season.
Weeks before the County budget release, the teacher's union in Frederick County, Md. released a study on the history of county funding for public education in the area.
The Ralph S. Tagg Chapter of Disabled American Veterans donated $3,000 to America's VetDogs, a national program which pairs inmates at the Maryland Correctional Institution in Hagerstown with dogs that are later placed with wounded vets.
A Rockville, Maryland man is facing up to 50 years in prison after filming himself sexually abusing a 18-month-old girl in 2012.
"We're just proud to be able to work with Congressman Shuster. He's a good friend of manufacturing and business."
Residents in Fulton County are close to having one of the main attractions, the Meadow Grounds Lake, back in the area.
The Winchester Police Department Honor Guard has two new members, and the Fire and Rescue Honor Guard has four new members. Tuesday, both said a big "thank you" to the community that helped make it happen.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office and the Frederick County Bureau of Investigation are asking the public for help in the death investigation of a man whose remains were found in December 2008.
The office of the State's Attorney announced today that a LaVale, Md. man was sentenced to 90 days in jail for animal cruelty charges.
Frederick County fire crews responded to calls of a house fire in Thurmont shortly after 5am Tuesday morning.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed his first bill into law on Monday making March 30, "Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day."
Mercersburg Academy's Head of School Douglas Hale announced his plans to retire at the end of the 2015-2016 school year.
The Wellness Screening Event, put on by University Healthcare, the Martinsburg Rotary Club, and the Wellness Center will encourage the community to take charge of their health.
The Office of the State's Attorney announced that a Baltimore man was sentenced to 40 years in the Department of Corrections for drug-related charges.
Frederick County fire officials responded to a controlled burn that started to spread dangerously this morning at the 11000-block of Meeting House Road around 9:15 a.m.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says a crash involving a tractor trailer closed I-81 Southbound at mile marker 322 in Frederick County. As of 4:30 a.m. on Tuesday, VDOT says the roadway is reopen.
The budget for fiscal year 2015-16 was one of many items on Monday evening's agenda. Things like tax rates and new recreation areas were also discussed, but for the next month, funds will be the most important item on the list.
"We felt that Wayne Jones was murdered and we just felt that a different entity should be investigating and we thought the justice department would be the people to do that," said Hubert Smith, President of the Berkeley County Chapter of the NAACP.
A campaign called Women on 20s is trying to make the move to put a woman's face on the $20 bill by the year 2020, which marks the 100th anniversary that gave women the right to vote.
Winchester's Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney has been recognized with the highest honor a prosecutor can receive in the state of Virginia.
Trickling Springs Creamery was one of the many small businesses whose website was hacked into early March. The business said they have relaunched their site, and is speaking out on cyber security.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring made the fifth stop on his 11-stop public safety tour across the Commonwealth.
A quiet neighborhood east of Keyser is still in shock after a West Virginia State Police trooper shot and killed a local resident on Friday night.
A large number of streets in Chambersburg will be seeing heavy construction during the four improvement projects that are set to be completed by the end of this year.
Frederick County Executive Jan Gardner is enlisting the help of the public to come up with a new slogan that represents the area.
A woman accused of murder is now denying her involvement in the death of a woman whose body was found on Route 40 on Christmas Eve 2014.
Many local doctors said even the smallest gestures of appreciation on the holiday makes their service all worthwhile.
The world expressed an outpouring of support in the wake of the terrorist attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, and now students in Frederick County are honoring the victims by planting a tree in their memory.
Cumberland Police arrested a man in connection to sexual offenses committed against a 14-year-old girl on Friday.
Mercersburg Academy hosted a student leadership event for 50 students from nine schools in eight varying countries.
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