Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg say a 70-year-old woman was transported to York Hospital Saturday night, after hitting a tree on South Mountain Rd.
Members with the Fayetteville Fire Department responded to reports of an elderly man in the water at the Conocodell Golf Club on Saturday around 1:30 p.m.
As the weather is warming up, so are walkers and runners for good causes. Saturday marked the first March of Dimes walk for Western Maryland in Hagerstown.
After Hub City Cycles closed its doors July of last year after serving the community for nearly 40 years customers were heart-broken to see the place go, but with new management and a new location, the beloved bike store opened its doors once more Saturday.
40 Girl Scout troops from the four-state region gathered Saturday afternoon at the National Conference Center in Loudon County, to show off some of their skills and accomplishments at the first ever, "Maker's Day.”
Just before 8 p.m., officers arrested Matthew Earley and Jonathan Fawley for shoplifting several items from the Giant Eagle grocery store on West Patrick St. Upon further investigation, police say they found heroin and drug paraphernalia on both suspects
The suspects reportedly stole numerous brass, gold, white gold necklaces and rings from the Friendsville home.
The Apple Blossom Festival kicked off its first day with its annual, Powers Great American Midways carnival. But this year, the cotton candy, games and rides won't be limited to just six days.
According to the victim, someone came into her home overnight and stole several items.
Congressman Chris Van Hollen representative of the eighth district, was in Hagerstown Friday for the Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner.
While crowds come in full-swing every year, critics of the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival say over the last 88 years, the festival has lost touch with it's purpose: the blossoming of the apple trees.
A daylong event on Friday for nurses, researchers and students at Shenandoah University in Winchester examined the changing trends in healthcare, particularly in nursing.
Nine percent of the county executive's $536 million dollar budget proposal is carved out for the division of fire and rescue services.
Biomedical teacher Sally Irwin of Washington County Tech High learned last January that she had been nominated by students and staff.
During the construction process, officials plan to fit two whole lanes into the new bridge, as well as remove the dangerous "s" curve that makes it treacherous to cross.
Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) who represents the 10th district, opened her Winchester district office on East Piccadilly Street on Friday.
The movement to allow backyard chickens is gaining steam in Brunswick after a couple was forced to part with their hens.
Giant and Martin's Food Markets have issued a recall on certain products associated with Jamba at Home Smoothie Kits.
The Allegany County Combined Criminal Investigation Unit (C3I) arrested a Frostburg man for having an alleged inappropriate relationship with a 13-year-old girl Friday afternoon.
Golfers from all over Washington County gathered at Black Rock Golf Course to honor a person who they said gave so much and never got the recognition he deserved.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help to identify remains that were initially found on Right Hand Ford Road on Nov. 10, 1989.
The 88th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival kicks off Friday with a two-day Wine Fest event.
When Governor Larry Hogan started his first term, his agenda was clear. "Today let me tell you Maryland is open for business," said Governor Hogan on in January during inauguration.
"We're running seven locations in Washington County. We serve about 5,000 kids a year and about 500 a day."
It might not be apple picking season yet, but one local orchard is switching up their tree system to produce more high-quality apples for tourists to pick themselves.
West Virginia State Police have identified the victim in Thursday night's shooting and are continuing their search for the suspects involved.
Weeks before the Frederick County government must adopt a Fiscal Year 16 budget, local education leaders are making a final plea to Gov. Larry Hogan.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police officers nationwide are not allowed to keep drivers waiting for a K-9 unit to arrive after concluding a traffic stop. In a six-to-three decision, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote that once a traffic stop is complete, holding someone longer - even if only for a few minutes - violates the constitutional protection against the forth amendment or unreasonable searches and seizures.
Psychology students at Shenandoah University and seniors with the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging spent Thursday afternoon debunking some old-fashioned myths about aging.
Next week, U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito, police and local officials will gather at the Berkeley County Sheriff's office for a drug prevention summit, in an effort to lower the number of drug overdoses in the area.
Kehne's Carpet One Floor & Home in Frederick was presented a piece of World Trade Center steel from 9/11 as a thank you for their part in building smart homes for America’s bravest.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office participated in a vehicle chase with a suspect who had been acting suspicious in a local grocery store on Wednesday evening.
Most of the fire damage was limited to the basement on one side of the duplex, with some smoke damage up through the rest of the home.
The Frederick Police Department is investigating a burglary that took place on March 26 at a Frederick business located on the 500-block of N. East Street.
Here in the four-state, we're surrounded by national parks and all week long, the park service has been celebrating and encouraging people to get out and enjoy what they have to offer.
The weather is warming up and if you're searching for something fun to do this summer look no further that the National Aquarium in the heart of Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
The trial for the Frederick man accused of causing the death of his 21-month-old daughter has been pushed back from next month to the 2016 calendar year.
Deputies were called to an accident on the 11000-block of New Germany Road that had entrapped four people inside a single vehicle on Wednesday morning.
Agents with the Washington County Narcotics Task Force, along with the Hagerstown Police Department Patrol Division and Criminal Investigations Division, seized 112 bags of spice and more than $1,000 in cash from a Jonathan Street residence on Wednesday night.
Most lengthy policy and procedure documents at Frederick Community College are barely skimmed by students, but there's one policy FCC officials say is too important to overlook.
It's almost that time of year again, the time when hundreds of thousands of people head to Winchester for the week of the annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival.
A Hagerstown woman was sentenced to 37 months in prison on Wednesday after taking a plea agreement that found her responsible for distributing heroin that caused a fatal overdose.
Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg have identified the people involved in Wednesday afternoon’s fatal accident along Buchanan Trail West.
Government and business leaders activated the county's newest solar field at Kemps Mill Park near Williamsport. Their ultimate goal is to become the first county in Maryland to generate 100 percent of its own green power on its own property.
Frederick city employees are earning six percent below the market, according to a company hired to evaluate city salaries. However, city officials are not completely sold on the study's results.
Check out this week's Save-A-Lot Kidscaster, Alaina Leasure!
The Monterey Pass Battlefield Museum and Interpretive Center has been open for less than a year and now, Washington Township officials are planning to create a walking trail.
The Frederick County, Va. School Board took part in an all-day spring training session Wednesday for the second year in a row. Finding ways to more actively engage students was the main focus of the meeting.
Earth Day serves as a reminder to be conscious of your environmental footprint. Public transportation is an easy way to save energy and also money, and to encourage more people to try it out, TransIT Services of Frederick County provided free rides on Earth Day.
Federal officials are reviewing the police-involved shooting death of Wayne Jones in Martinsburg, according to letters addressed to the president of the Berkeley County NAACP.