A young girl is dead following a three car accident on U.S. Route 522, just four miles north of Berkeley Springs in Morgan County, according to West Virginia State Police.
Whether you believe in fortune telling or not, there has been a restriction on it in Front Royal for years. The town is now working on striking it down.
"The combination of things led me to make the recommendation to our executive committee, look, why don't we go ahead and do this because it's the right thing to do."
"We are very excited about the new renovations, the technology advancements that we now have," said DeVeda Coley, Principal at North Frederick.
The Neighborhood Blitz is a unique campaign that gives teachers and volunteers the chance to meet students and parents before the start of the new school year.
4 Paws For Ability provides those suffering from autism with service dogs, but at $22,000 these dogs aren't exactly cheap. Inspired by the organization, Jayden has pledged to raise $14,000, so that she can qualify for her own service dog.
The incident happened at 2:48 p.m. at 313 South Queen Street, near St. Joseph School. According to the Martinsburg Fire Department, the patient was transported to the ER.
Officers said on Sunday, August 17 around 3 p.m. they were called to Virginia Avenue Charlotte Dehart Elementary School after teachers at the facility reported items in their classroom were out of place.
Officers said the man had entered the bank and approached the teller, handing her a note stating it's a robbery. The suspect was able to leave with an undisclosed amount of cash.
The Mineral County Sheriff's Office recently arrested a local man following a confrontation he had in his home that ended with a young child impaled with a pair of scissors.
"It's the way for the community to get a glimpse but also show their support to the shops, to the city. And let them know that we are here, that we have a voice and we are excited. We want our downtown to thrive," said Rori Daughtridge, group leader of the Downtown Movement.
The Pennsylvania State Police Homicide Task Force have released further information into the Interstate-81 homicide investigation. New details have surfaced regarding the suspect's vehicle, members say.
Check out these two adorable, adoptable animals in this week's Pet of the Week!
The incident happened Sunday, August 17 around 11:15 p.m. in the area of Scholl's Lane and S. Jefferson Street, according to the Frederick Police Department.
The Frederick Police Department arrested a local man this weekend following a stabbing in the City. It happened on Sunday, August 17 around 11:30 p.m. in the 1400 block of Key Parkway.
On Monday August 18, 2014 the suspect, Roy Turner, was discharged from R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma after receiving medical care for injuries sustained during the officer involved shooting over the weekend.
The Da Vinci Equine Emergency Response Team trained firefighters from three different companies on Sunday. Frederick County has the most horses per capita in Maryland and the President of Da Vinci Equine, Nicole Ehrentraut, said large animal rescue training is important for all first responders.
Frederick Police arrested a man for driving without a license and a suspended registration after chasing him by foot.
The Frederick Police Department is investigating an incident between an officer and a driver of a vehicle that resulted in a shooting.
The Frederick Police Department located a driver passed out behind the wheel of a running vehicle in the parking lot of 1700 Kingfisher Drive around 7:30 Saturday morning.
One person died and another was transported to a local hospital after falling out of the tailgate of a pickup truck.
Frederick's one of a kind race attracted thousands, Saturday.
Two different homes were on fire early Saturday morning, both on Frederick Street in Hagerstown. Fire Marshal, Doug Dehaven, said no one was injured at either fire. The fire at 266 Frederick Street is part of a duplex, but luckily the other side wasn't touched.
West Virginia State Police Martinsburg Barrack are investigating a mobile home fire that took place on Kitchen Orchard Road around 11:30 p.m.
Fire crews responded to a working house fire at 266 Frederick Street around 3:06 a.m.
"There's a variety of apparent behaviors and things that occur within any profession including physicians unfortunately. It's an extremely small percentage of licenses but unfortunately it does occur," said Robert Knittle, Executive Director for the West Virginia Board of Medicine.
A Charles Town home is a total loss after a fire ripped through it Friday evening.
"Today I'm ready to hit the road, go fast, be a speed demon on the roads," said Moses Watson, a cyclist participating in the weekend-long event.
On Friday, Lowe's started a volunteer project that's perfect for all of the kitties. Volunteers are now putting the finishing touches on a new outside cat enclosure.
The Allegany County Animal Shelter retrieved 12 dogs from a home in Cumberland Thursday and only three were found alive. Wednesday, Dave Williams, Management Representative, said the shelter is taking responsibility for not responding fast enough.
One man was flown to the hospital Friday afternoon after he was struck by a train in Hagerstown. It happened around 4:30 p.m. at 410 N. Burhans Blvd, near Thomas Bennett & Gunter Inc.
According to dispatch, the single-vehicle crash happened at 9:10 a.m. in the 13000 block of Path Valley Road in Metal Township.
One person is dead and five people were transported to the hospital Friday morning following a serious three vehicle crash along Lincoln Highway East in Franklin County.
Shenandoah Valley Fire, a Facebook page that posts updates from law enforcement scanners, is celebrating their 30,000 followers by making it all about their fans.
Police said Joshua Zembower, 38, is charged with armed robbery, first and second-degree assault, theft under $1,000, and reckless endangerment.
"Sometimes you don't have money to get there, you don't have a ride, so it's a blessing that Walnut makes it convenient for for parents that are struggling as a single parent."
The Warren County Sheriff's Office said on August 13, 2014 around 2:41 p.m. they responded to the Walmart located at 10 Riverton Commons Drive for a report of grand larceny.
A fire early Friday morning heavily damaged a Point of Rocks home. Officials with Frederick County Fire and Rescue said they were called to the house at 12:12 a.m. located in the 4600 block of Old Licksvilke Road.
South Market St. between Clarke Pl. and Stadium Dr. is closed following an early morning collision, and police say the area will remain closed until around Noon Friday.
Frederick police are releasing new information after a burglary at the CVS Pharmacy at 8032 Liberty Road.
"That really has frustrated the people," said George Rutherford with the Jefferson County NAACP Chapter. "Because they know the killing took place they know at least five police officers did it. Shot 23 or 25 times. Shot in back about 7, 8 times and yet nothing has happened."
Investigators say the driver of a car did not notice traffic slowing ahead and rear-ended a tractor trailer.
Court documents show that Barnes expressed to police that he felt "stress" prior to the incident and that he took out his "frustration" on the crying baby.
Officials said on Thursday, August 14 at 5:35 p.m. Smithsburg Emergency Medical Services were dispatched to the 21900 block of Leitersburg Smithsburg Road between Still Meadow Road and Durberry Road for a reported motorcycle accident.
In Virginia, a felony murder charge means investigators believe Debraux committed a felonious act that resulted in death of someone, and not necessarily that Debraux committed the crime with the intent of killing his neighbor.
Frostburg Cinemas 123 has been what some are calling a second home to many residents since the 1980's. However, RC Theater owns Frostburg Cinemas and is closing it down Sunday, August 17.
The Department of Environmental Protection recently issued a citation to the VA Medical Center in Martinsburg for improper disposal of asbestos and/or construction material at an un-permitted site.
Investigators said the incident happened at 8:15 a.m. on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 in the 7200 block of East Sundown Court. A 35-year-old man reported that he was confronted in his garage by an unknown man demanding cash.
"You also have to take in account last year that the use of certain drugs, such as heroin, did go up. You have to look the unemployment rate too, and all those factors play into the crime rate that we see take place," said Deputy Carly Hose, Washington County Sheriff's Office.
Officers said they've seen an increase in thefts from vehicles. They said the suspects are gaining access to primarily unsecured vehicles, and stealing valuables within.