The 80th annual Miss Maryland pageant is now in full swing in downtown Hagerstown, and the girls have been working all week to perfect their routines.
EMS staff at Friendship Fire Company in Jefferson County now have an extra hand to assist them with cardiac arrest calls.
The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester has been working on what it calls a master plan for future growth for years. The museum said the largest of the four phases, a $26 million project, could begin soon.
A community garden built for an under-served group in Frederick, Md. is getting a major enhancement. On Thursday, the Housing Authority for the City of Frederick hosted a “Build Together Day” geared towards improving the gardening experience for members of the Carver apartments community.
Investigators with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office are looking for man they say robbed a 7-Eleven in the 8-thousand block of Williamsport Pike on Wednesday.
Taniya Wright had a wonderful time in enchanting Ireland with some of our viewers.
Washington County officials said 4,000 letters will be sent this summer to notify residents about how they will be affected by the new flood plain maps, which show potential flood regions in the area.
Going under the knife is always a risk. But with modern technological advances, it's a risk worth taking more than ever before.
After an extensive investigation in Jefferson County, 21 pit bulls were rescued from a residence suspected of dogfighting. One man is now behind bars.
"At the end of the day, the combination will give us tremendous opportunities to accelerate the innovation of what a customer is waiting for - not only in product but also in the online channel shopping everywhere, anytime, anywhere, anyhow," said Dick Boer, CEO of Royal Ahold.
According to the Department of Natural Resources, there have been six black bear cub sightings in Frederick County since June 1.
Keeping young minds engaged during the summer months can be challenging, but one group seems to have it down to a science.
Camp Med's focus is to mentor students and help kids achieve their dreams.
The Winchester Police Department's annual Kids and Cops Camp is underway this week. This year, there was so much interest that organizers had to increase enrollment.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced on Monday that he is battling stage-three, possibly stage-four non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Losing a newborn baby is tough, but a local couple is raising money to make the devastating experience slightly less painful. Cuddle cots won't extend lives, but they can supply families with the opportunity to make memories that would otherwise be lost.
Check out this week's Save-A-Lot Kidscaster, Anthony "AJ" Parsons!
A Martinsburg woman is facing charges for allegedly stealing more than $1,000 from a local little league team.
While you're driving along the highways you may begin to notice some tall grasses and overgrown plants, but it has a purpose. The State Highway Administration (SHA) is cutting back on mowing to help preserve pollinators.
The Frederick Police Department is searching for a burglary suspect captured on surveillance footage at a gas station on the 500-block of W. Seventh Street.
The small village of Scotland in Franklin County has become a hotbed for community service in the last two weeks.
A man from Frederick was arrested and charged with first degree assault after police say he threatened a woman with a butcher knife Tuesday night.
The Winchester City Council meets every other Tuesday evening to discuss what’s going on in the city. Their important business is discussed right underneath the city's seal, which depicts what some call a symbol of America’s history of racism
"Anybody that has animals can say that if you don't have kids coming home to somebody who loves you as much as a dog does. You wouldn't even trade that," said ClarDarian.
For more than 35 years the McDonald's along Sharpsburg Pike has hosted an annual Miss Maryland pageant dinner to help keep the young women nourished during rehearsals.
Virginia’s governor announced that the Commonwealth will no longer issue license plates displaying the confederate flag.
New regulations are coming to Frederick County, Md. liquor license holders come July 1. Of the amendments and new regulations, one particular revision stands out to liquor license holders.
A national conference in Winchester celebrates 30 years this week, showcasing authors and illustrators from across the country.
In an effort to reduce the number of drug and opioid overdoses in Washington County, the Project Act Now team is letting those impacted come forward and tell their stories.
Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg are looking for two men after an attempted robbery at the Susquehanna Bank on the 15-thousand block of Pennsylvania Avenue.
The four-state area experienced some sweltering high temperatures Tuesday, and officials are warning residents to be mindful as more hot days are expected this summer.
The driver of a concrete truck that rolled over on Rt. 340 southbound was flown to Inova Fairfax Hospital for serious injuries on Tuesday afternoon.
A Martinsburg man received a sentence of 10 years in prison for selling heroin that caused a fatal overdose for a 37-year-old man.
The Morgan County Sheriff's Office made a dent in what officials call a never-ending battle against drugs in the area.
Monday night's Braggin' Rights goes to Save-A-Lot Foodstores!
Members of Maryland State Police, Computer Crimes Section, and Maryland Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force identified Cristian Magana, 19 as the suspect.
Owner of Fitness Revolution in Hagerstown, Chad Smith, stopped by WHAG news Tuesday morning with Caitlin Francis.
After reaching out to the families of elementary school students and staff about two options, they came up with a third, which they presented at Monday’s school board meeting.
The city of Winchester needs a new Commonwealth's Attorney following Alex Iden's resignation, which will happen at the end of the month when he takes the bench as a circuit court judge.
The trial for the woman accused of fatally stabbing her grandmother just days before Christmas was postponed until 2016.
Rep. Alex Mooney toured the Macy’s Fulfillment Center in Martinsburg on Monday, which is one of the largest employers of the Eastern Panhandle.
A Martinsburg man pleaded guilty to selling crack cocaine within 1,000 feet of a Jefferson County elementary school.
"With my faith, my family and friends, I know that I won't just beat this disease, but that I'll be a better and stronger person and governor when we get to the other side of it," Governor Larry Hogan said.
An investigation conducted by the Allegany County Combined Criminal Investigation Unit (C3I) led to the arrest and charging of a Cumberland man for sexual offenses against a minor.
It has been a few years since the U.S. Army Center for Environmental Health Research at Fort Detrick has used frogs in their research, but scientists are excited to welcome them back in a study aimed at finding an alternative to a potentially harmful chemical found in some water sources.
For 30 local high school students, Penn State Mont Alto's MedCamp program is giving them a real look at their futures in the healthcare world.
Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg have identified the people involved in Monday afternoon’s deadly accident on the 16000-block of Buchanan Trail West in Peters Township.
Over the past several months, The Frederick Police Department received several reports from female victims describing a man exposing himself in the downtown Frederick area.
Check out these two adorable, adoptable pets in this week's Pet of the Week!
Everyone is at risk of developing an addiction to heroin. Experts believe accepting that you could become a heroin addict is the first step of prevention.