The 2nd annual "Truckin' 4 Troops" kickball tournament was held Saturday at the Hagerstown City Park.
Jeff Bowers interviews Bruce and Donna Plunkert at the Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival.
"I wouldn't miss it. I really enjoy it. I look forward to it every year. It's really good for Hagerstown to do this you know. Everybody was saying to me they wish they'd do it twice a year instead of once. But you know with traffic and getting that done. But we all have a good time down here."
Mark Kraham interviews Carl Gotzmer at the Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival.
More than 1,000 people marched through the city of Frederick on Friday in honor of the 1963 March on Washington.
Women In Need, a Chambersburg-based nonprofit that works with victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, is continuing to raise money for a new facility.
The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad is a well-known train tourist attraction in the United States, and Friday kick-started WMSR's first Steel Wheels Festival.
In Virginia, approximately two lives are lost every three days to drunk driving. Last year’s increase in drunken driving fatalities has prompted the Governor's Office to launch a sobering website.
A five-car collision on Interstate-70 westbound on Friday shut down the highway and caused traffic delays, but only resulted in minor injuries.
For more than 35 years, the Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival has been a way for Jefferson County residents and visitors to celebrate the start of fall.
October is right around the corner, and with it comes pink ribbons in solidarity of Breast Cancer awareness. But as we wrap up September, we look to highlight another type of cancer that affects more than 60,000 people, most of them women.
Schools in Hancock were on high alert Friday morning after reports of several gunshots in a neighboring area.
Officers with the Frederick Police Department say they responded to the 300 block of Madison Street around 1 a.m. Friday for a report of a gun discharge.
Mineral County man Michael Wayne Myers has been charged in the death of his wife, Val Myers.
Maryland health officials are warning parents to take precautions now that Enterovirus D-68 has spread into the state. The first case of the potentially dangerous virus in Maryland was confirmed by the Centers of Disease Control on Wednesday.
Airmen at the 167th Airlift Wing in Martinsburg said goodbye to the biggest aircraft in the Air Force on Thursday and welcomed its newer and smaller replacement.
As cooler weather approaches, Shippensburg University is hoping construction on their new heating and cooling systems will be done sooner rather than later.
The Frederick Police Department is looking for a missing person that is developmentally disabled and autistic.
Police are continuing to investigate the death of Everette Wade II, a Baltimore native who was shot and killed last December in downtown Hagerstown.
The Sheetz at 700 Potomac Avenue has been open for over three decades, serving the community. But the corporation announced Wednesday that it would shut down the location on September 30.
Virginia's Governor McAuliffe says he wants to end veteran homelessness in his state by December 2015.
The Clarke County Sheriff's Office and the Berryville Police Department are investigating a pair of business break-ins that occurred in the early morning hours on Thursday in Berryville.
A Middletown woman is thankful for having working smoke detectors in her house after she woke up to flames tearing through her house in the middle of the night.
A man is in custody after holding a woman at gunpoint and attempting to rob the Bulldog Federal Credit Union on Dual Highway Thursday morning.
The Mineral County Sheriff's Office says a woman was shot and killed Wednesday night in Elk Garden, W.Va. Deputies say the call came in just after 10:30 p.m. from Michael Wayne Myers, who said he shot a woman twice and that she was dead.
Fire and rescue crews from Washington County and Franklin County rescued an injured hiker on the Appalachian Trail Wednesday evening.
Suspects in each vehicle were shooting at one another as they drove from Jonathan Street and Bethel onto Broadway.
The race for Virginia’s 10th congressional district seat is being touted as one of the most important (and most expensive) in the upcoming elections on November 4th.
The Greenway Project is expected to take at least seven years to complete, but when it is done it will create a direct way to walk from the north end to the south end of the borough.
"It's an honor to serve in the Marshals Service. I've done a little over 19 years, and I pretty much enjoy every minute of it."
WHAG's Carmen Chau sat down with Dr. Mark Soberman, medical director of Frederick Memorial Hospital's Oncology Department to discuss the importance of lung screenings.
WHAG'S Carmen Chau sat down with Heidi Brown, director of Frederick Memorial's Home Health Services to discuss the services the program offers to its patients.
"Some of our community benefit programs include community health, wellness and education activities. Some of those are centered on diet and healthy lifestyles, exercise."
Hagerstown Community College is getting a big gift in the sum of nearly $714,000 to go towards the development and hands-on training of students entering the cybersecurity industry.
Frostburg State University is on a roll this year with the most students enrolled in the history of the school, and the most expensive building-to-date opening Wednesday.
A Winchester woman has been charged with human trafficking and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
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Every middle school in Frederick County will be receiving hundreds of Google Chromebooks, after school officials say $1 million in taxpayer money was set aside for the tech upgrade.
The man convicted of first degree murder in the 2012 killing of a Chambersburg teen has been sentenced to life in prison.
More than 100 students at Williamsport Elementary School have an extra resource when it comes to learning.
Officers of the Cumberland Police Department arrested a woman Tuesday for her part in a violent domestic battle with her boyfriend.
Troopers with Maryland State Police in Hagerstown responded to an armed robbery at a Sheetz. They say the call came in just before 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday for a robbery at the Sheetz at the intersection of Route 63 and Route 40 in Hagerstown.
Troopers with Pennsylvania State Police say they’re looking for a man who failed to return from work release Tuesday evening. They say Arthur Nicholl, 21, of Chambersburg, is described as a white man, about 5’5” and about 215 lbs. with a shaved head and brown eyes.
"I did this mainly for the respect for the people whose earthly remains are here, buried here and also out of respect for our heavenly Father," said Miller.
"This is just wonderful to have a building that's been basically made to our specifications and our needs. I couldn't ask for anything more."
Employees at two different businesses in Winchester, Hopscotch Coffee Roasters and a Ruby Tuesday, called 911 Tuesday morning after noticing smashed-in windows when they got to work.
Patty Hurwitz was diagnosed with breast cancer 15 years ago and today, she hopes her story will provide a glimmer of hope and inspiration.
The Maryland Attorney General's office is appealing a federal ruling that requires the state to use an absentee ballot-marking tool that would help disabled voters cast their vote without assistance.
An emergency homeless shelter for families in Frederick County, Maryland is set to open this fall.
Norman Shea, the president of Hagerstown Community College from 1986 to 2002, died early Tuesday morning in Bradenton, Fla. following a long illness.