A staple in Hagerstown, Krumpe's Donuts is known for producing some of the best donuts around. Krumpe's is helping customers celebrate Fat Tuesday with an annual favorite.
"We are open to the fact that we are here to learn. We don't pretend that we know the answer to everything because nobody here does. It really gives us that opportunity to sit, listen and learn things."
This down-right freezing weather can be dangerous for everyone, including cats and dogs.
The snow has already started in Virginia, and is expected to hit Maryland in a matter of hours.
Check out Abby and Roberta, our adoptable, adoptable pets in this week's Pet of the Week!
The "No Idle" law takes aim at motorists in Maryland, leaving vehicles unattended while they heat up, and fines can ensue.
Troopers from the Maryland State Police McHenry Barrack responded to the Backbone Mountain Youth Center for an escape on Sunday around 6:35 p.m.
A man died from his injuries Sunday around 12:55 a.m. after overturning his vehicle on Route 522.
The Community Foundation of Washington County announced that they will be awarding funds to help 29 local non-profit organizations.
Hagerstown Community College had the opportunity to show off its STEM program when multiple school officials visited campus.
Love is in the air this Valentine's Day and local restaurants and churches are getting in the holiday spirit.
Jason Marren, a recent graduate of Kaplan University, partook in an internship with the Washington Redskins, giving him invaluable skills for his future career.
Serving six locations throughout southern Pennsylvania and Maryland, Mercy is hopeful the new van will enable them to serve more than double the number of patients as in previous years.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Thurmont man in connection to a vehicle pursuit and accident.
A new report by AAA on distracted driving finds Maryland drivers to be guiltier than other states.
An 11 year old girl who was reported missing earlier Thursday morning is back in the custody of her parents after law enforcement in Frederick County, Va. searched for five and a half hours. WHAG’s Merris Badcock has the details on what investigators think happened.
Middletown High School has postponed tonight's men's basketball game.
"We're looking for this not to be just a Boonsboro pool, but for this to be something that would serve all the residents of south Washington County."
Currently, the Doleman Black Heritage Museum doesn't have a permanent home in Hagerstown, but that could soon change.
Comptroller Peter Franchot came to Hagerstown to visit an appliance store in anticipation of Shop Maryland Energy Tax-Free weekend.
The Hagerstown Police Department is now investigating a suspicious death on Summit Avenue.
Two men have been charged after allegedly breaking into a local hardware store in Front Royal.
The Allegany County Sheriff's Office attempted to conduct a traffic stop on Rt. 36 near the Wavely St. Bridge on a vehicle which displayed improper tags, and for the driver not having his safety belt secured. According to a press release, after activating the emergency lights and siren, the male driver accelerated the blue-colored Pontiac 4dr at a high speed and turned onto Rt.135 after passing several vehicles in a no passing zone.
Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg conducted a traffic stop on a black 2011 Chevrolet Camaro for speeding on Sunday around 11:30 a.m.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office responded to an accident at the 5900 block of Back Creek Valley Road on Saturday around 5:00 p.m.
A local VEX Robotics Competition was held at Clear Spring High School on Saturday for 26 middle and high school teams to battle for a chance to move on and compete at a national level.
Paycheck inequality is nothing new, but its effects continue to change while its implications are become more apparent.
John Brown was an abolitionist who believed he was chosen by God to end slavery. Brown planned a raid with 21 other men on Harpers Ferry where the United States armory and arsenal had over 100,000 weapons, including rifles and muskets.
The Washington County Board of Education will continue to look at an initiative that would give students more access to technology in the classroom.
The company announced the winners on Twitter late Sunday.
Shots were fired at the College Park Commons near Shippensburg University Sunday morning. The school tweeted about the incident just after 2 a.m. and said to use caution in the area. Students say it all started when a fight broke out.
John Kucko reports on the excitement building for Super Bowl 49.
Journey: 450 Years of the African American Experience, a WHAG and Your4State.com community initiative, tells the largely untold African American history of St. Augustine, Florida.
Traffic congestion at the intersection of Route 11 and 51 has been an ongoing issue. Berkeley County established its infrastructure planning committee Wednesday night regarding the Inwood bypass plans to help ease some of the backup.
"When you're sitting in a classroom, it's great. There's a lot of learning taking place, but most teens, myself personally, I learn best when I'm doing something with my hands. That's something that we can offer and that we're fortunate to offer here at the library."
The stress of everyday life can be hard to manage, but Hagerstown has a new business that could help you relax and recharge.
The Garrett County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division, assisted by the Department of Social Services, investigated a child abuse/assault involving a female child on Saturday.
The Smithsburg Emergency Medical Services (SEMS) was dispatched around 5:41 Saturday evening for a reported ATV accident.
Closing arguments were made in a Berkeley County courtroom on Wednesday regarding the death of a military veteran and Purple Heart recipient.
In 2007, the Maryland General Assembly decided unanimously to bring back the paper ballots, after voters complained about not having a verifiable paper trail.
"We are going to offer a place where you can bring everything from electronic recyclables, to plastics to glass. Pretty much everything you can think of that the recycling industry would take."
An apartment fire at the Hagerstown Housing Authority occurred Sunday evening around 10:13. The fire happened at the C. William Brooks building at 45 West Baltimore Street. Officials say the fire was put out quickly.
The West Virginia State Police Charles Town Detachment are investigating a fatal accident that killed one person on Saturday around noon along Route 115.
Samson Edmond had just returned home from Iraq when he went out for drinks at the Brickhouse Bar and Grill to celebrate with friends back in September of 2012. After leaving the bar, he was shot in the chest and later died at the hospital.
Christopher Wyche and Rashaun Boyd appeared in court, in connection to the shooting death of Samson Edmond at a sports bar in Martinsburg.
"It is extremely important to have media and public information officers working together, because we are all working for the community."
"The beating resulted in a deep, scalp tissue injury, multiple fractured ribs. The medical examiner believed one of the fractured ribs actually punctured her lung, causing her death."
A bear was struck and killed on I-81 on Saturday, according to the Maryland State Police-Hagerstown.
Maryland State Police Cumberland and C3I Unit are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at NAPA Auto Parts around 5:00 p.m. on Saturday
"We figured that we could go down there and show the NYPD, 'hey, we support you from West Virginia.'"