Over the past year, the NeuroPace was introduced to patients across the nation, according to doctors with the Virginia Comprehensive Epilepsy Program at Winchester Medical Center. Recently, these same doctors implanted the device into the first patient in northern Virginia, 18 year-old Michael Bodamer from Frederick County.
Allegiant Airlines has never had a deadly accident. But some say if changes aren't made soon, that could happen.
New laws in Maryland took effect July 1, including one that affects Uber and all ride-share companies.
Frederick County Fire and Rescue were assisted by the Maryland State Police Aviation Command while rescuing a 63-year-old woman who fell 25 feet down a rock face while free climbing on Sugarloaf Mountain.
All fire hydrants in St. Thomas, Peters and Hamilton Townships in Franklin County, Pennsylvania have been welded over by the Bear Valley Joint Authority, and many fire departments are furious.
Two roundabouts both in Washington County seem to be causing traffic jams. .
A man is in custody after being arrested by the Hagerstown Police Department for allegedly beating his girlfriend's son for eating a piece of birthday cake on Tuesday.
Amid the unrest in the south, another church burning raises concern as investigators look into how and why they were all started. In the four-state, local pastors weighed in on the racial tension surrounding the recent events.
A Frederick man is charged with 1st degree assault after police say he allegedly assaulted two men with a knife.
"I know the community very well having lived here all my life and I know some of the employees here but it's clear to me just after three days, that we have a very, very robust fire department here in Hagerstown - something every citizen should be proud of," said Chief Lohr.
A Boonsboro man initially charged with 318 misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty awaits the judge's ruling after both sides rested their case on Wednesday in Frederick County District Court.
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Just in the last month, there have been fatal motorcycle-involved crashes in Washington and Frederick counties in Maryland, as well as Franklin County in Pennsylvania.
The gun-shaped cell phone case has been trending on all social platforms.
The summer months are here, and for some people, that means more time out on the water.
Starting Wednesday, the city of Winchester said there will be more job postings on its website. That's because a hiring freeze that was implemented to save the city money is now lifted.
Manitowoc Cranes, one of Franklin County's largest employers, is preparing to lay off approximately 130 employees during the first two weeks of July.
A 16-year-old in Cumberland is missing, and police are searching for the man who they believe assaulted and took her against her will on the 200-block of Maryland Avenue.
The Martinsburg Police Department received a call from a female victim who told officers she was bound with tape during the break-in of her home on Wednesday morning.
As the Fourth of July holiday nears, law enforcement is heightening their safety efforts for heavily attended events as a terror threat lingers across the nation.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to identify a woman seen robbing and vandalizing a liquor store last Thursday in surveillance footage.
A barricaded man was found dead of a self-inflected gunshot wound according to the Winchester Police Department. The SWAT team and a crisis negotiation crew were called to the home on Clifford Street Wednesday morning.
Natalie Harrell is turning one-year old on July 1, 2015.
On Wednesday, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf vetoed the Republican budget as Tuesday marked the last day of the government's fiscal year
The Hagerstown Police Department has charged two men for fleeing from police and resisting arrest on Tuesday night.
An armed robbery that took place on the 200-block of Eagle School Road on Tuesday night is being investigated by the West Virginia State Police.
On Tuesday, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey led a bipartisan coalition of nine states in a lawsuit challenging a new rule from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Clean Water Act.
Several new laws approved during Maryland's last legislative session are taking effect Wednesday, July 1.
“This increase is another positive step for Maryland’s working families,” said Charly Carter, executive director of Maryland Working Families in a press release. “At the same time, we recognize that the state's lowest wage workers will not earn the full $10.10 until more than three years from now and that tipped workers will not benefit from this increase because legislators permanently froze their wages at $3.63 per hour.”
Lane closures are happening this week on Interstate 81 in Frederick County, Va., as part of the exit 310 interchange modification project, a road project that is expected to take multiple years.
In Berkeley County, a man was sentenced to life in prison for raping and assaulting his ex-girlfriend.
Tuesday was the last day on the bench for a Berkeley County judge, and everyone - bailiffs, court house staff, mediators, custody evaluators, even previous defendants - came to celebrate his retirement.
Starting July 1, tolls for bridges, tunnels and roadways across Maryland will be lowered for the first time in nearly 50 years as part of Governor Larry Hogan's statewide Toll-Tax Rollback Plan.
If you're thinking of traveling this weekend, you're not alone. AAA Mid-Atlantic is predicting a record number of Maryland travelers Wednesday through Sunday.
Valley Health System officially opened its new medical transport station in Kearneysville on Tuesday, replacing its old location on Tabler Station Road.
A tour bus that caught fire while traveling on Interstate-68 eastbound caused the roadway to be closed for two hours on Tuesday morning.
The Frederick Police Department is investigating the report of an attempted sexual assault that allegedly took place near the East Patrick Street Parking Deck on Monday.
Four Philadelphia residents were arrested by troopers with the Pennsylvania State Police for allegedly attempting to use forged prescriptions at McConnellsburg pharmacies.
Maryland State Police in Hagerstown are investigating an accident involving a tractor trailer and a red Chevy pickup truck on Interstate-70 westbound at Sharpsburg Pike early Tuesday morning.
The vehicle, described as a blue Chevy passenger car, left the scene, was last travelling on Woodcock Hollow Rd.
"I pose this to everybody, 'Why not Hagerstown? You know there are a lot of great things to come, let's get on the ground floor it of because Hagerstown's going to be awesome in the next couple of years," said Fitzgerald.
Pennsylvania State Police confirmed that a motorcyclist died after an accident on State Line Road.
Berkeley County Council is considering the 75,000 square-foot building located in the 700-block of Baltimore Avenue as a possible location for a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center.
In the split 5-4 ruling, the court ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) did not properly take costs into account when it first decided to regulate toxic emissions from coal and oil fired plants.
On Sunday, Hogan shared an update on his Facebook page that said: "We are killing cancer cells left and right and I have no side effects. My medical team could not be better. They are taking great care of me.”
Dangerous water conditions left several people stranded and one person dead in Frederick County, Md. this past weekend. Now, emergency responders are reminding everyone to be mindful of weather advisories and warnings before heading out on the water.
After a routine audit in May, officials at Meritus Health discovered that private information for more than one thousand patients may have been compromised.
The Maryland State Fire Marshal is investigating a fire that caused approximately $75,000 in damages and the death of two pets on Monday.
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"These critical investments will finally give our State Highway Administration (SHA) the ability to repair and maintain Maryland's road systems," said Hogan.