A new Arts and Entertainment Trail will connect Hagerstown's downtown city center with the cultural area of City Park on the southern end.
Online court documents show that the mother of a child who police said was handcuffed and beaten for eating a piece of birthday pleaded not guilty to murder and various child abuse charges.
A local gun store in Funkstown, Antietam Firearms, brought in so much revenue, the business required a bigger building that holds more inventory and better keeps up with sales.
An estimated 300 Potomac Edison customers were left without power late Friday morning after a small taxiing airplane hit a guide wire supporting a nearby telephone pole.
"Other than the Kojak look - or I look like Pitbull, somebody like that - my hair is different, and I'm a little more tired, but everything else is pretty good," said Hogan.
The State Highway administration is working on a $2.5 million dollar project that will add an auxiliary lane on U.S. 15 North Bound near Liberty Road.
A Winchester woman was in court on Friday after being arrested for allegedly embezzling thousands of dollars from her workplace.
A driver of a vehicle involved in an accident on Interstate-70 eastbound was flown to shock trauma in Baltimore Friday afternoon.
Swimmers will be permitted to reenter the lake at Cowans Gap State Park on Saturday, after three confirmed cases of norovirus caused the park to be shut down for 10 days.
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"It's hard to imagine, reacting in the middle of the night, the narrow streets," said Senator Capito, (R) West Virginia. "But when you hear about the outpouring of the different firefighters, the different community responders, the different folks, I'm sure the religious community has come to the aide of the business owners, and really West Virginians."
The Hagerstown Regional Airport ranked in the top 10 percent in total jobs and business revenue among 35 publicly-used airports in the state of Maryland in 2014, according to the economic impact study by the Maryland Aviation Administration was released early July.
The city of Frederick's new top cop officially took command Thursday morning. WHAG sat down with Chief Ed Hargis, who shared his plans for the city.
A grand jury indicted a man in Frederick County, Va. Circuit Court Thursday afternoon for allegedly raping a woman while driving her home from work.
After collecting mosquito samples in Franklin County since May, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection discovered positive samples of West Nile virus in the area.
Shenandoah University officials said they have participated in Virginia Private College Week since it began 26 years ago, and this year, there are already a record number of visitors.
The new store boasts a wide selection of more than 1,500 wines and 860 spirits.
A group of international students were in the area this week, but they weren't just sight-seeing, they were volunteering to help improve local communities.
Three four-state residents pleaded guilty to their roles in a drug trafficking operation that was uncovered by the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crime Task Force during a 41-person drug bust last month.
Rocky’s Pizza on Virginia Avenue in Hagerstown is closed after a fire Wednesday night.
The Hagerstown Community Garden is an outlet for citizens and groups around the city to become involved in a great summer outdoor activity – gardening!
"What we've found is that opioid therapy has become problematic for patients," said Jay Sandy, nurse practitioner. "They tend not to do well on it long-term and over long periods of time they tend to need more and more of the medication to get the same effects that they did previously."
Following extensive search efforts, officials say it is not likely that they will recover the knife used in the fatal attack against a married Korean couple.
The former general manager and golf pro at the city-owned Clustered Spires golf club faces four felony charges in connection with theft schemes that spanned between 2006 and 2014.
The town of Front Royal plans to use solar power to keep electric bills low, and officials are hoping the switch will help boost the economy.
Finishing touches are being made to the cooling plant that will supply air conditioning to all of the buildings on Shippensburg University's campus.
The Salvation Army of Winchester said it's facing its largest financial shortfall ever this year. The organization has been making a difference in the community for close to a century, and while it said it's not in danger of closing, it's being forced to make some cuts.
Almost three weeks after the All Good Festival in Rippon, W.Va. came to a close, Jefferson County Commissioners have begun researching the economic impact of the festival.
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This past April, Martinsburg Police Chief Kevin Miller announced that he would be stepping down. Since this announcement, the search for a new police chief has been underway.
A man wanted for murder charges in New York City was discovered in a residence on the 400-block of South Kentucky Avenue on Tuesday morning.
Winchester Police detained a teen for allegedly stealing a dune buggy and firing a BB gun on Tuesday, but they are still searching for two other males.
Maryland State Police are investigating the death of an inmate at the Western Correctional Institution on Wednesday morning.
"We really believe that helping our parents relieve some of that stress is the best thing we can do." said Lowman. “They’re worried about how to pay their bills, they become angry and it seems like it's the children that they take it out on."
After a fire in Harpers Ferry destroyed three buildings and damaged another early Thursday morning, businesses owners have started estimating the cost of the damage.
The Boy Scouts of America ended its national ban on openly gay adult leaders and employees. The national executive board ratified the resolution on Monday.
Local first responders made a stop in town, not for an emergency but to give a special birthday gift to a young boy.
Earlier this month, the Warren County Sheriff's Office served an arrest warrant for a home on the 200-block of Grove Farm Road and discovered 30 stolen street signs in the resident’s basement.
According to Chambersburg's Assistant Fire Chief, 75 people were evacuated from the downtown area after 200 gallons of fuel spilled from a tanker.
The Pennsylvania State Police are leading an investigation into five cases of Suboxone being mailed to inmates inside Franklin County Jail earlier this year.
Police say officials at the South Penn Elementary School told them a four-year-old was dropped off with dried dog feces in his hair, on his face and his clothes.
"As you're riding on the horse, and you bounce, it slowly stretches that muscle without being painful...which is kind of like a natural effect on the muscle," said Karen Miller, Klein's mother.
A company aiming to get more people to go to movie theater is offering deals on movies - up to 60 percent off the ticket price.
The legislative session might over, but delegates out of Frederick County, Md. are already working on a bill for the 2016 session that would provide better funding, research and education for Lyme disease.
A Hagerstown woman is charged child abuse, after she admitted to hitting her three-month old son with a baby bottle. WHAG’s Merris Badcock spoke to police, and has more on why they filed child abuse charges.
Residents in Washington County are officially able to receive health services from Family Healthcare of Hagerstown on Cleveland Avenue.
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Three more individuals were arrested and seven others are wanted as a part of the Washington County Narcotics Task Force's investigation into drug trafficking in the area.
The Hagerstown Police Department and the Washington County Sheriff's Office are combining their efforts to track down a man wanted for two separate cases of indecent exposure against female joggers in July.
A Falls Church, Va. man is facing several charges including first-degree murder after he was arrested by the Frederick County Sheriff's Office in connection to a double stabbing at a prayer center on Sunday.