"The two occupants of the home were actually alerted by their pet cat just before their smoke alarms activated," said Gerry Maiatico, a fire marshal at Warren County fire and rescue department.
"My favorite part about coming out here is to be able to see all the different exhibits, to be able to see all the different people just giving it their all out there, and having fun!"
The vice president of Winchester’s City Council, Milt McInturff, opted to skip his arraignment hearing scheduled for Monday morning, and have his case taken straight to trial.
New information is coming out about the Virginia man who was arrested last week for felony forgery and theft.
The Hagerstown Pony League 14-year-old all star team arrived at Funkhouser Park to celebrate their East zone tournament win on Sunday.
HealthNet Aeromedical Services announced Sunday it is expanding it's patient transport coverage by including ground services to the Martinsburg area.
Officers responded to the 500 block of West South St. Saturday night around 10 o’clock, after receiving multiple calls regarding a fight involving a baseball bat.
Police arrested a man for allegedly striking another patron's face with a glass bottle Sunday morning.
A fenced in dog park play area is the newest addition at the Clarke County Animal Shelter and workers celebrated its grand opening on Saturday.
A 12-year-old has died after the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department responded to a call of an accident involving an ATV at 467 Phillips Lane around 11:13 p.m. Thursday night
Pennsylvania State Police said Greencastle residents, Heather Jean Jerin, 41, and Serena Samantha Harne, 28, allegedly sent pornographic photos of themselves multiple teenage boys at Greencastle High School.
A traffic stop by the Cumberland Police Department resulted in an arrest of the driver for alleged owning drug paraphernalia and the passenger for an unrelated warrant out for his arrest.
The change would allow builders in the city to increase the resident capacity for both multi and single-family housing by increasing the maximum capacity for planned unit housing developments from 18 units per acre to 27.
City officials said most of the money collected from the water increase will fund the state mandated upgrade to the Gas House Pike Waste Water Treatment Plant.
Brown recluse spiders have found a home within cracks, crevices and walls in the school and officials say their bite can cause muscle deterioration in humans.
A lateral pipe on Main Street broke on Wednesday, causing the town of Berryville to lose 30,000 gallons of water. The town's manager, Keith Dalton, said the pipe was galvanized, which he said played a role in the break.
The Emerald Ash Borer is considered to be one of the most destructive tree pests ever seen in North America, and environmentalists say it’s killing our Ash Trees.
"It's about making sure such discrimination doesn't happen, and that people feel welcomed and included in their own towns and communities."
Fire officials say 20 units were dispatched to the 5700 block of Jefferson Blvd. just before 3 p.m.
"He can detect 13 odors. He can detect firearms, live shell casings, [and] spent shell casings from firearms."
Thirty-seven-year-old Talbert Dehaven III is under investigation after he was arrested on Tuesday in Winchester for 17 charges of felony forgery.
"We are here commemorating that anniversary and to honor the 32 heroes from Washington County who were killed in action in Korea."
Proceeds will go towards the Samantha Kelly Memorial Fund which was created to honor Samantha Kelly, who was killed in a car accident while she was coming home from prom in 2012.
A man was arrested on Saturday around 9:40 a.m. after an officer with the Frederick Police Department responded to 210 North Market Street for reports of an infant locked inside a vehicle unattended.
Paving at the Robinwood Drive roundabout at Youngstown Drive and Academic Boulevard is expected to occur starting Sunday at 7 a.m.
Saturday marked the first-ever Chick-Fil-A sponsored race benefiting BlueRibbons4Justice. The race brought about 180 participants of all ages to show their support.
After several hours of searching for the exact location of a water main leak, nearly half of a small Virginia town was spared from having their water shut off.
"The barns are full of livestock, we have a band on stage every night at 7 o'clock, and lots of fair food - that's my favorite."
Traffic was slowed for approximately an hour Wednesday afternoon after a tractor trailer caught fire on I-68 in Allegany County.
Rick Hewitt said he is unimpressed with today's politicians, and he doesn't think lawmakers are doing their job.
"Everybody that helps, we then give money back to."
Residents in Berryville said they are dropping plans for community improvement after a dispute over financing occurred in the town.
"The trash would still be picked up once a week, it would just have to be in an approved bag."
Officials with the Frederick County Sheriff's Office said three robberies happened in Stephen’s City late Saturday evening into early Sunday.
The center will be located in the Activities Room of the Frederick Community Action Agency at 100 South Market Street. The cooling center will be open from Monday, July 20 through Friday, July 24, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Frederick Police Department arrested a woman after she allegedly stabbed a man in the vicinity of the 300 block of West South Street on Sunday.
Pennsylvania State Police in McConnellsburg are investigating a death that happened at 273 Deihl Family Lane on Saturday between midnight at 3 a.m.
Although Active Deputy Common Wealth Attorney Mark Abrams did not attend the Republican Committee Canvass on Saturday, he says he still running, just as an independent.
A heat wave swept the four-state Sunday afternoon, with temperatures reaching the upper 90's, and heat indexes as hot as 105 degrees in some areas.
Two people were transported to local hospitals and another refused treatment after an accident involving two motorcycles happened on Route 50 at the intersection of the Tanglewood subdivision on Saturday around 8:55 p.m.
A wooden house built in 1823 on the Clermont Farm in Berryville, that once served as a slave quarter, is being restored by non-profit volunteers.
For the past few weeks, Winchester Republican Committee members have been split between two candidates: their Chairman Beau Correll, and the Commonwealth Attorney Marc Abrams. This comes after committee members even filed a lawsuit against Correll, but a judge dismissed the case Friday.
Washington County Emergency Communications officials say the call came in around 2:50 p.m.
Troopers with the Maryland State Police McHenry Barrack responded to a report of a motor vehicle collision on Garret Highway near Pysell Road on Saturday around 9:25 a.m.
The Hagerstown Fire Department responded to a report of a house fire in the 100 block of E. Baltimore Street on Saturday around 11:30 a.m.
Hear the story of a man who traveled to 81 countries in 8 years on a tandem bike - helping thousands of people along the way.
Joseph Watts, 24, was brought in by Sheriff's deputies in Frederick County, MD to be interviewed by detectives. Once the interview was over, officials say Watts took off.
A man is still on the run after robbing a Hagerstown bank early Friday afternoon, according to the Hagerstown Police Department.
Buckets of water replaced the usual ribbon cutting ceremony as Frederick city officials celebrated the first of four fountains on the Carroll Creek Linear Park.
The Northwestern Regional Jail Authority reviewed a new option to replace an outdated security system on Thursday morning.