Taking a proactive approach in scenarios such as in-custody deaths and officer-involved shootings, the Thurmont Police Department disclosed their policies in place, should something happen in their 4.1 mile town.
The Rotary Club of Hagerstown held its annual charity luncheon on Wednesday, and gave away over $85,000 to local nonprofits.
The former Avtex site will house a new IT company that will provide six hundred jobs in Front Royal, but town officials say six hundred jobs are a small fraction of what's to come.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said Tuesday he will not seek the Republican nomination for governor in 2016. Instead he’ll run for re-election to his current position.
Three people were transported to a nearby hospital after a barn fire broke out on Sunday around 5:24 p.m. at 8875 Edenville Cheesetown Road, according to a Franklin County 911 supervisor. The extent of their injuries is unknown at this time.
A man was found dead inside a home that caught fire early Sunday morning. It happened around 6:13 a.m. at 30 Cedar Lakes Court.
One person is dead following a motorcycle and vehicle accident on the 7700-block of Lincoln Way East, Sunday afternoon.
Sunday marked the 20th annual fundraiser for the Adult Care Center in Winchester, Virginia.
Police, politicians and community activists gathered among residents to talk about how the shooting is affecting their families.
A man is dead following a shooting at the 400 block of Vermont Court on Saturday.
Deputies with the Frederick County Sheriff's Office responded to the area of Bethel Road and Yellow Springs Road around 1:25 p.m.
On average, 37 children die each year as a result of being left unattended in hot vehicles. A vehicle’s interior can increase in temperature by 19 degrees in 10 minutes. This can lead children and animals to develop heat-related illnesses.
The third annual Hop Blossom festival was held on Saturday. The event ended the first annual, week-long craft beer festival in Old Town Winchester.
Veterans at the Martinsburg VA medical center got the chance to get up and get moving during Saturday’s Golden Age Games. While health is the clear benefit of participating in the games, many of the veterans who compete enjoy more than just sportsmanship.
Star Community Inc is a local non-profit that teamed up with the Wounded Warrior Project for local veterans who are dealing with visible wounds, and wounds that leave an emotional scar.
Matthew Merryman, 7, may not look like your typical little league player, but he's not letting that stop him from hitting the pitcher's mound.
At least one man was caught on tape stealing a Children's Miracle Network donation jar from a Walmart fundraiser around noon on Friday.
Just days after a child in Frederick County, Md. was bitten by an unidentifiable dog, the Frederick County Health Department offered a timely rabies clinic for pet owners to get their animals vaccinated.
"We knew it was going to be crazy, not as crazy as this. This has been nuts."
"The mentality used to be that dirty, filthy turnout gear was a badge of honor, that you got in there and you got the job done. When in fact, we're killing ourselves because cancer rates among firefighters are much higher than the rest of the population."
Winchester attorney Chris Collins beat out incumbent Mark Berg, in a neck-in-neck race leaving Collins with almost 52 percent of the votes.
David Koritko's science class at Spring Mills High School is certainly one of a kind. Instead of lecturing his students, he wanted to engage them with a more unique, hands-on approach, while incorporating science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
I was taking a nap on the bed, and then ‘bam!’,” said John Cermak, who was awoken by thunder from Monday evening’s storm. Cermak and his wife were some of many in the Town of Front Royal and across the four state region, who were affected by the storms.
"If you had told me three days before I started this walk that I was going to do it I would have told you that you're a little nuts."
Cancer took the life of a Frederick County, Md. firefighter in 2013, but he left an indelible mark on his community.
Sunday marked the 25th anniversary of the God Bless America motorcycle ride, which runs all the way from Greencastle, Pennsylvania, to Martinsburg, West Virginia
Christian Roy, 12, may not be able to walk, but he sure can fly. "I think he thinks everyone can fly," said Paul Roy, Christian's father. "He just loves flying."
The non-profit provides services to nearly 600 patients living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and their families throughout the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia area.
A group of motorcyclists hit the streets Saturday morning to raise money for a local playground to better serve disabled kids.
Playtime for young kids should be carefree, but for some disabled kids and adults in Winchester, recess is often a struggle.
Aurora Holdings sued the Frederick County government for failing to make payments to the health management company to care for patients that rely on government assistance.
A Chambersburg man, Isaac Brumfield Jr., 20, was arrested for attempted homicide and aggravated assault.
Success stories aren't hard to come by at the Frederick Innovative Technology Center. FITCI encourages technological innovation and supports the growth of tech-based businesses.
The FDA is considering a drug aimed at restoring the lost libido in some women. The drug flibanserin has been rejected twice by the FDA, but on Thursday officials will reconsider.
The Front Royal and Warren County councils, along with the Economic Development Authority met Monday evening for the second time this year. An item on the agenda was affordable housing in Warren County.
"People don't realize it, but every five or six cents does count when you fill up the tank every week."
The Front Royal Urban Forestry Advisory Commission met Monday evening to discuss a Tree Ordinance, which would mitigate issues the Town has with land developers stripping forests.
The idea of bringing the procedure to Jefferson County started out as a draft proposal over a year ago after officials saw a need to make some changes in some of their emergency protocols.
Officers with the Frederick Police Department arrested a man after he allegedly shot another man twice early Sunday morning.
Although the fundraiser happens every year, this year's Color Run was the first time many community members were included.
The dog days of summer are right around the corner and a special team of canines are training to help save lives.
Stocking up for hurricane season is a top priority for some who live in Virginia. For many parts of the Atlantic coast, hurricane season can be disastrous, even deadly.
Around 2:45 p.m., the car - driven by the mother with her toddler in the rear passenger seat - was making a left hand turn from Catoctin Furnace Road.
Whether they pass out food, assist dentists and nurses conduct examinations or put shoes on the feet of those less fortunate, event coordinators said it's the experience that draws scores of volunteers each year.
Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg are investigating a burglary at Modnur Pharmacy that happened on Friday around 1:30 a.m.
May is National Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month and Frederick Community College celebrated with a variety of performances Saturday.
Beer enthusiasts around the 4State and neighboring cities are headed to Frederick for their fifth annual Beer Week.
Some may have heard people referring to their cars as “toys,” but many may never have seen a car actually made of them.
The City of Frederick's Department of Economic Development announced last December the $100,000 Community Legacy Grant will help expand their existing Facade Improvement Program.
Law enforcement officials, health experts and community leaders in Frederick united to inform citizens about the dangers of heroin and prescription pills.