After more than two days of heating system repairs, the Potomac Highlands Regional Jail in Hampshire County, W.Va. is running normally once again.
Virginia State Police are investigating a single-vehicle accident that killed the driver early Friday morning.
A Goodwill employee is in stable but critical condition after he was shot four times, according to Maryland State Police.
West Virginia State Police are looking for a man who robbed a Comfort Inn in Martinsburg at gunpoint around 2:30 a.m. on Friday.
Officers with the Frederick Police Department responded to an accident on South Jefferson Street at Rt. 340 early Friday morning.
A first of its kind support group in Winchester took place for the first time Thursday evening. The "Families on the Road to Recovery" meeting is designed for both families of drug addicts and addicts themselves, particularly those who are addicted to heroin, to come together and share their stories and help stop this growing issue.
Thousands celebrated the inauguration of Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan, but now it's time to get down to business - a topic the Frederick Chamber of Commerce looks forward to discussing with the new administration.
On Thursday evening, the Washington County Republican Central Committee chose Delegate Andrew Serafini as their nominee for State Senator of District 2, representing Washington County.
For years now, the vacant Asiana restaurant has remained an eyesore in the midst of a budding downtown Frederick.
A $1 million budget deficit is looming over the Shippensburg Area School District for next year, and officials said they have already cut about $6 million since 2009.
In Virginia, the Clarke County Board of Supervisors approved a new ambulance fee that is expected to bring in almost $500,000 per year in revenue.
A schoolteacher and former pitcher for the Frederick Keys pleaded guilty to child abuse in court Thursday.
The Morgan County Commission held a public meeting Thursday to discuss the ongoing construction of the North Berkeley Rail Trail Project.
Both Rashaun Boyd and Christopher Wyche have been found guilty on charges stemming from the shooting death of a military veteran and Purple Heart recipient.
The Cumberland Valley Relief Center in Chambersburg kicked off its eighth annual Quilt Show on Thursday.
Fire and rescue crews in Franklin County thought they were dispatched to a barn fire Thursday morning.
The West Virginia House of Delegates has repealed the Alternative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Act.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office arrested a man and a juvenile on Wednesday for burglary charges.
Officers from the Martinsburg Police Department responded to an armed robbery at a Subway restaurant on Sunday night.
One person suffered non-life threatening injuries after a shooting at a Martinsburg train station on Sunday.
Officials are investigating a fire that destroyed a house late Wednesday night.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help for any information regarding two additional suspects believed to be involved with using counterfeit money in the area.
In Virginia, an epileptic specialist is using a marijuana-based oil in a clinical trial to help children suffering from severe seizures.
For the first time in nine years, Frederick County opened its waitlist for the Federal Rental Assistance Program, that subsidizes rent for lower-income families.
Closing arguments were made in a Berkeley County courtroom on Wednesday regarding the death of a military veteran and Purple Heart recipient.
A Frederick teen who had been missing since December was found Wednesday night in Jersey City, N.J.
A water main break was reported on Virginia Avenue in Hagerstown on Wednesday.
Garnet Stevens II, the station's sports anchor and director from 1995 to 2000, died at his Waynesboro home after a four-year fight with brain cancer. He was 44.
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Governor Larry Hogan was sworn into office in Annapolis on Wednesday.
Frederick Police officers arrested a man on Tuesday suspected of forcing his way into a home and robbing a resident at knifepoint.
A Martinsburg man was arrested on Tuesday for his suspected involvement in an armed robbery on December 26.
The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office responded to a serious single vehicle accident early Wednesday morning on Grade Road.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Department is searching for a man that held a Hampton Inn employee at gunpoint, took money and ran.
The Charles Town Police Department is handling an ongoing investigation following a shooting that took place Tuesday night.
"I think anytime you video tape our officers doing our work, we come to work everyday knowing that pretty much everything we do can be video or is going to be videotaped," said Chief Mark Holtzman of the Hagerstown Police Department.
Obama is proposing to cut tax breaks on the wealthy, as well as raise the capital gains rate. Manchin said it makes sense, but he's against anything that would increase the national debt.
Officials evacuated more than 200 inmates from the Potomac Highlands Regional Jail late Tuesday night, after a malfunctioning valve in the heating system.
The Frederick man who was charged in connection with a homicide in Miami no longer faces first-degree murder charges.
The trial that would decide the fate of two county-owned assisted living facilities was postponed, following a court-approved 90-day stay.
Out of dozens of applicants across the country, Captain Doug Watson of the Winchester Police Department, is one of four law enforcement officials recognized in Tactical Response Magazine's Special Weapons And Tactics Team Leader of the Year.
Penn State Mont Alto student Alyssa Booth works her way through school, and said it's tough keeping up with tuition.
In 2007, the Maryland General Assembly decided unanimously to bring back the paper ballots, after voters complained about not having a verifiable paper trail.
An accident on Interstate-81 shut down the southbound lanes of the highway on Tuesday afternoon.
The Berkeley County Solid Waste Authority is taking aim at recycling more than just plastics, metals, and yard waste. In their 20th year of providing recycling services in Berkeley County the organization is trying something new.
The Winchester Police Department has successfully arrested a woman suspected of shoplifting jewelry from a Kohl's store on January 19.
"We don't know how usage this store will have, how much patronage it will have but it will be a precedent that's established. And since we don't have zoning, we have a problem," said one concerned resident.
Frederick County Executive Jan Gardner is forming a new ethics task force and wants local residents to join.
Each year, millions of dollars in unclaimed tax credits go untouched in the state of Maryland. With the start of tax season on Tuesday, financial experts in the area explain how being well-informed can earn you money.
"We are going to offer a place where you can bring everything from electronic recyclables, to plastics to glass. Pretty much everything you can think of that the recycling industry would take."