Thursday night's Braggin' Right goes to Rider Ellis!
The two won the 11th annual University Healthcare Foundation Tennis Classic, which raised over $12,000 for a cardiac monitor for the new NICU at Berkeley Medical Center. Forty players played Saturday at St. James School.
Wednesday night's winner goes to Lakin Wright.
Wednesday night's Braggin Right winner goes to Sue Wright.
They awarded $36,000 to "Be Great:Graduate," a Boys & Girls Club national dropout prevention program administered locally by the Boys & Girls Club of Frederick County.
Monday night's Braggin Right winner goes to 15-year-old Travis Craney!
Monday night's Bragging Right winner goes to the Smithsburg eight and under All Star Baseball Team.
Monday night's Bragging Right winner goes to Super Shoes and Skechers, who recently joined forces with the Cumberland Human Resources Development Commission to hot a block part on June 7.
Tuesday night's Bragging Right winner goes to the Mason Dixon Chapter of the Defenders Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club, who recently raffled off a brand new 2014 Street Glide and donated the money to two charities.
Tonight's bragging right winner goes to Wolf Furniture in Hagerstown
Tonight's bragging right winner goes to Lynsee Culler of Waynesboro.
Wednesday night's Braggin Rights winner goes to Savannah Miles!
Thursday night's Bragging Rights winner goes to Grandpa Jack and the Young at Heart tennis group!
Wednesday night's Bragging Rights winner goes to the volunteers at the Seton Center in Emmitsburg.
Cash Valley was recently recognized as a title one highest performing reward school for 2013-2014.
Monday night's Bragging Right winner goes to the Rotary Club of Frederick.
The group put together a giant shoe, made with only 2,300 cans of food which was donated as part of "Stomp out Hunger".
Wednesday night's Braggin Right winner goes to the Pop Warner Frederick Steelers Pee Wee Football Team!
Tuesday night's Bragging Rights winner goes to students from Frost Elementary School.
Wednesday night’s Braggin Rights winner is Megan Scarano, a sophomore dance student at the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts in Hagerstown.
Wednesday night's Braggin Rights winner goes to Erin Mettille, a senior at Barbara Ingram School for the Arts in Hagerstown.
Wednesday night's Braggin Rights winner goes to Sabrina Riordan, a local Oakdale High School freshman.
This week's WHAG Braggin Rights winner are the students of Beall Elementary School, who recently made great strides with their second annual Great Strides Walk in February.
Monday night's Bragging Right Winner goes to Nick Kelbaugh, a 10-year-old wrestling machine from Williamsport.
Friday night's Braggin Rights winner goes to Tyler Perske, a senior at Mountain Ridge High School in Frostburg.
Tuesday night's Bragging Right Winner goes to the teams who won the Volleyball Tournament, Dodge-Ball Tournament and most unique uniform at Mitchell's Challenge.
The Allegany County United Way and Lavale Walmart held a day-long campaign to support local elementary schools called "Stuff the Bus."
Retired Sergeant First Class John W. Norman was awarded the Purple Heart to recognize his bravery during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Chad Hamilton is the Maryland State FFA President. He just won Grand Champion Market Lamb at the Maryland State Fair this past week.
Monday's Braggin' Rights goes to the Hagerstown Smiles Dental Care.
Ethan Greist is a Freshman at Allegany High. He won a National History Day contest award for the best overall documentary in the state!
Sean and Ryan Maguire are two high-achieving Boy Scouts.
Tasha Kane of Clear Spring recently won big at the National Super X Strut championship at Notre Dame.
The award also highlights her commitment to fostering relationships between parents, schools and the community.
Frederick County's Babe Ruth All-Star team won the state championship in Taneytown. They defeated Severn 13-6 to take the title.
Boy Scouts from Troop 10 and Cub Scout Pack 34 participated in a flag ceremony at Paramount Baptist Church on July 1, 2012.
Cub Scout Pack 34 of Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hagerstown hiked a portion of the C&O Canal at the Cushwa Basin.
Timothy Olson from Ashland, Oregon crushed the Western States 100-mile course record by running a 14:46.
Stephanie McCoy is Allegany County's semi-finalist in the fifth annual Parent Involvement Matters award program.
Landyn Link and Kadyn Newton from Berkeley Springs are both active Boy Scouts. They sent their pinewood derby cars to the Mid-American Pinewood Derby in New England.
Susan Buckley finished the half marathon in Frederick earlier this month and placed 90 out of 422 people in her age group! She finished the race in less than two hours. 1:59 was her exact time.
She said yes!
Students at Bel Air Elementary School have been raising money for Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital since 2003 and this year's students collected over $2,000.
Shane Absher of Hedgesville is a West Virginia Air National Guard veteran who served multiple tours of duty in Kuwait, Afghanistan and Iraq. He's also Mountain State University's student of the year.
Hagerstown's airport is the winner of this year's low-cost airport award.
Brandon Barnett and Travis Jewell finished 7th in the auto skills competitive event that took place at the Maryland Ford AAA competition last Saturday in Baltimore County.
David White got his first national top 10 swimming time, placing sixth in the national in the YMCA National Top 10 List for 11-year-old boys in the 100 yard butterfly!
A special Sunday Edition of Braggin' Rights goes Ms. Kimberly O'Kane's Spring 2012 Classes at North Hagerstown High School.
Together they hosted a career day. Students and their teacher-mentors from the career center gave presentations to students in grades three to five.
Seven members of Allegany High's Future Business Leaders of America and five members of the Career Center's FBLA will attend the 2012 FBLA Leadership Conference in Texas this June.