The Washington County Sheriff's Office said they are investigating a bank robbery at Susquehanna Bank on Virginia Avenue.
A medical helicopter used to airlift patients is being called to the scene of an accident on the 3000-block of Edenville Road, according to Franklin County dispatch.
Changing demographics and a better business climate have led to an increase in minority-owned businesses in Frederick County, Md.
The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad is saying goodbye to it's 734 steam locomotive engine at the end of this riding season after 24 years of being in service.
California may be known as wine country, but Washington County vineyards are not only putting Maryland on the map in the industry, they're also contributing to the local economy.
A couple who has been raising funds to donate a cuddle cot to Chambersburg Hospital finally met their goal and were able to gift the cot in memory of the twins they lost in May.
If you're looking for something fun to do this summer, the National Aquarium in the heart of Baltimore's Inner Harbor has some seashore fun without all the sand.
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A man was charged with attempted homicide of a law enforcement officer after a shooting July 17 on Rocky Springs Road in Letterkenny Township.
Business owners, town officials and residents agree the Harpers Ferry Fire not only affected the businesses and homes the flames touched, but also nearby businesses as well. That’s because the fire happened during the height of their tourism season, which is a major financial contributor to the area.
Preliminary site work began this week on a new apartment complex at the corner of Jubal Early Drive and Valley Avenue in Winchester.
The U.S. Army Garrison Fort Detrick Command Sergeant Major handed over his responsibility as the head of all enlisted soldiers on the base in a formal ceremony Thursday morning.
After several hours of searching for the exact location of a water main leak, nearly half of a small Virginia town was spared from having their water shut off.
A second man was sentenced for his role in the December 2013 shooting death of Spenser Van Camp on Thursday.
To talk about their fundraiser, Pet Valu marketing manager, Ally Homa stopped by WHAG morning news with Caitlin Francis. She brought another special guest, Daisy the puppy! Daisy is a 6-month-old puppy, available for adoption at Lizzy’s Lodge in Silver Spring.
Juliette Nicholson-Jackson was pronounced dead at Meritus Medical Center after potentially drowning in her home. The Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division is handling the case, but has not said whether there are suspicious circumstances surrounding her death.
The months-long investigation into possible theft and procedural issues at Clustered Spires Golf Club, has led to charges against the club’s former manager.
On Wednesday evening, more than 100 residents gathered for Fulton County's first town hall meeting about the growing heroin and opioid epidemic.
It was a bright an early morning at Camp Sinoquipe, and the Mason-Dixon Council of the Boy Scouts of America start their morning with a cool dip in the lake.
A large fire is affecting several buildings on the 100-block of High Street in Old Harpers Ferry.
Martinsburg City Police say they are investigating a robbery Wednesday night at the Domino's Pizza on Williamsport Pike.
"The barns are full of livestock, we have a band on stage every night at 7 o'clock, and lots of fair food - that's my favorite."
"The mission of Brooke’s House is to allow young women in the early stages of their recovery to have all the resources and services they need to make that step forward, and not look back, not fail."
State Police say 56-year-old David Drury was flown to shock trauma after an RV collided head-on with his SUV.
The Pennsylvania departments of Health and Conservation and Natural Resources made the decision to close the beach at Cowans Gap State Park to swimmers until further notice on Wednesday.
Traffic was slowed for approximately an hour Wednesday afternoon after a tractor trailer caught fire on I-68 in Allegany County.
A Washington County grand jury indicted four suspects tied to recent child abuse cases, as well as a man accused of killing his step-daughter.
The Cumberland Police Department is urging residents to take caution when leaving their cars unattended after investigating 40 recent break-ins.
Twenty years ago Virginia passed legislation eliminating parole for people convicted of felonies. Now Governor Terry McAuliffe has created a commission to review whether that policy should be changed.
A bill that could bring more business and create new jobs in Frederick County, Md. was recently introduced by the county council.
One of Washington County's most influential men in both sports and education recently died from stage-four rectal cancer.
Rick Hewitt said he is unimpressed with today's politicians, and he doesn't think lawmakers are doing their job.
Allegany County will maintain critical federal funding after local politicians took action to regain the city's rural status, following a letter from U.S. Senators Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin and Rep. John Delaney.
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Heated debate filled Winchester Hall Tuesday night as Frederick County residents voiced their position on the county's English-only law.
The criminal trial of a Boonsboro-area farmer accused by the Humane Society of Washington County of abusing his own livestock concluded Wednesday in Washington County District Court.
A Strasburg man is dead after crashing his truck on Triple J Road on Wednesday morning.
Job seekers with the Standard of Living Augmentation organization are getting reacquainted with the workforce.
Dispatchers in Franklin County say eight people needed to be rescued from the "Zipper." Thankfully, no one was injured.
"This organization, Urban Partners, has a proven track record for coming into our community," said Gysberts. "I'm not saying we need to identify various stakeholders, I think we know who they are. It's bringing them together, to developing a plan and incorporating it into what we've already identified as economic catalyst especially for downtown."
More than 100 residents attended a public hearing held by Frederick County council members on Tuesday evening, where they voiced their opinions on the controversial subject of repealing an English-only ordinance.
"Everybody that helps, we then give money back to."
A Waynesboro motorcyclist died from injuries sustained in an accident on State Road 233 on Tuesday evening, according to Pennsylvania State Police.
For 70-year-old Charlie Peters, driving a mule-drawn wagon at a speed of about three miles per hour is the best way to travel.
Hundreds of hikers from across the nation are in the Winchester area this week. "Hiking through History" is the theme of this year’s 40th biennial Appalachian Trail Conservancy’s week-long conference that is being held at Shenandoah University for the first time.
A Connecticut professor calling for education reform is on a 40 day walk to Washington D.C. In the last leg of his journey, he stopped in Frederick County, Md. and spoke with a family fighting for the same changes.
Hollywood is coming to the Eastern Panhandle. WHAG’s Merris Badcock spoke to officials with the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Convention & Visitors Bureau and West Virginia Film Office, and has more on the economic impact of these productions.
Residents in Berryville said they are dropping plans for community improvement after a dispute over financing occurred in the town.
Bookshelves at Frederick County, Md. public libraries may look a little different as the number of paperbacks disappear and their online collection grows.
More than a year following the death of her daughter, one local woman is carrying out her daughter's legacy through a community favorite in Shepherdstown, Betty's Restaurant.