Officials with the Maryland State Fire Marshal's office say a man suspected of setting two fires inside a Habitat for Humanity house has turned himself in.
Officers with the Frederick Police department say they are investigating after one person was found with a gunshot wound.
Fire officials in Jefferson County are battling a massive fire near the flea market in Halltown.
The call for the fire came in just after midnight, early Friday morning on North High Street. It took crews about three hours to contain the flames.
A Martinsburg man was sentenced Monday in Berkeley County for allegedly accepting donations after lying about having cancer.
As part of developing the Downtown Martinsburg area, a non-profit organization is taking on a project to bring economic growth, while maintaining a historical building in the city.
West Virginia officials say there are still a lot of families hungry and without homes in the Eastern Panhandle.
Officials say it took firefighters about two hours to get a house fire under control Tuesday evening.
Friday evening firefighters put out a fire inside a room at the Holiday Inn located near the Valley Mall in Hagerstown.
Two are facing charges of manufacturing and possessing methamphetamine and marijuana.
The recovery effort is continuing in the Philippines. Now, a Mineral County high school is helping out with heavy hearts, as one of its student's family was affected by the storm.
First responders say the call came in just before 4 a.m. in the 5200 block of Sidney Drive.
Those who live in the Borough of Chambersburg will be paying more taxes next year.
Jeffrey Miles Sr., who has admitted to killing a Hagerstown woman in 2010, took the stand in his own defense Wednesday, telling the courtroom he did not plan the murder.
Members of Hoke's family were visibly emotional in court Tuesday as a doctor described dozens of photographs of Hoke's body taken after she was found dead in April 2010.
A silver, four-door Dodge was found abandoned in the area of Franklin Street near East Patrick Street.
Jeffrey Miles appeared in front of a judge Monday on the first day of his degree of guilt hearing, which will determine if he will be convicted of first, second or third-degree murder.
One local congregation in Frederick continues to give away free clothing items to the community.
One local resident is trying to make the Affordable Care Act a little easier to understand for people in her community.
An emergency closure has been ordered restricting access to national forest system lands in the vicinity of the Smoke Hole Fire on the Cheat-Potomac Ranger District of the Monongahela National Forest according to an announcement by the US Forest Service.
There’s a new recourse in the community for people battling Lyme disease. "My Lymelight" is helping people understand the disease and some in the group are sharing what they’ve learned with others, after facing it themselves.
It was military appreciation day at Shepherd University Saturday, and there was a special reunion planned for two former Navy friends who had not seen each other in more than five and a half decades.
One non-profit organization in Frederick County, Maryland is making a difference by helping people with disabilities learn to ride horses and so much more.
Streets reopen after police investigate suspicious package in Hagerstown.
The owner of a kennel in Stephenson, Virginia is under scrutiny by law enforcement again, after another dog owner has come forward with allegations of possible animal abuse.
It appears that Darren Brown will be the mayor in Chambersburg and incumbent Bruce Hockersmith will be the mayor in Shippensburg.
Court documents show that it is not the first time police have suspected that Yadina Indira Morales’s children were abused.
Yadina Indira Morales, 22, has been charged in connection with the death of her two-month-old daughter.
The community came together in honor of those who serve our country and have given the ultimate sacrifice.
A solider from Smithsburg who was injured overseas wants to help other wounded warriors.
Assistance dogs can help people facing hearing loss by responding to sounds and alerting their handler.
The sixth annual community showcase featured a variety of organizations promoting their businesses.
State Police are investigating a deadly crash that happened on Woodsboro Pike Thursday afternoon.
A group of parents showed up at the Chambersburg school board meeting Wednesday to oppose the dress code.
Big cat expert John Lutz says there have been many proven, confirmed reports of wild mountain lions in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Starting next Monday in Hagerstown, smoking will be banned in all city-managed parks.
The Waynesboro youth football team played their homecoming game Sunday, but for one cheerleader and her sister, it was a homecoming of a whole different kind.
The holidays are quickly approaching, and for the Toys For Tots organization that means it is time to start collecting toys for families in need.
Wilson College is the first college in the nation to introduce a student loan buyback program based on academic merit.
What is killing large animals in Berkeley County? Some residents say they are convinced it is a mountain lion.
We are only six days away from unveiling our new HD studio at WHAG.
"Supporting student financial aid, supporting faculty and staff salary and benefits, supporting creative, innovative programs, protecting the beauty of the campus," said Head of Mercersburg Academy Douglas Hale.
On August 26, 2013 Aaron Thrasher entered a home on Paradise Street in Midland, Md., and stole several items while a couple slept inside.
Police seized numerous capsules of heroin, vials of cocaine, marijuana and paraphernalia.
Officers with the Hagerstown Police Department are investigating a robbery at the Friendly Market.
During the investigation, Peller, the son of the store manager was identified as the suspect.
When officers arrived, they located a man with stab wounds to the back.
Firefighters at a local volunteer fire company are mourning after a tractor accident claimed the life of one of their own.
For the third year in a row two Hagerstown locals hosted a fundraiser at their flea market to raise money for the Wounded Warriors Project.
The annual National Firefighter Memorial Service was held in Emmitsburg Saturday.WHAG’s Shayna Halper has more on the heroes being remembered.