Front Royal is one step closer to revitalizing their downtown area and residents say they are excited about what's to come.
Front Royal Council members met to discuss the future plans for the Criser Rd. Bridge and how they plan to repair it.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office said 58-year-old Charles Clark Junior was pronounced dead on the scene.
The third annual “Rockin” the Independence Eve event's main focus is to bring the old town Winchester community together and wish our nation a happy birthday.
The U.S. Marshals Service is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information on the whereabouts of 14-year-old, critically missing child, Hayleigh Wilson. She is believed to be in the company of a known sex offender, Benjamin Shook.
Police say a man claiming he had a gun walked into the Best Western hotel lobby on Millwood Rd. in Winchester and demanded cash.
Crews battled a house fire Tuesday night in Stephens City, VA. Everyone made it out of the home safely.
The Health Sciences Academy was a week long event at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown Va. Its purpose is to encourage high school students to consider a career in health care.
Klein was arrested and taken to the Frederick County Adult Detention Center. He’s facing first degree assault and reckless endangerment charges along with two counts of second degree assault.
“Flying over was quite a sight to see all the ships, and the troops going over on the channel...one after the other nothing but ships and then the Germans were flying over shooting at the troops in the water," he recalled.
A Hagerstown man has been charged with burglary and theft after police were called to a home on the first block of East 3rd Street in Frederick.
Investigators say it is believed that Mr. Atkinson suffered a medical condition that caused him to lose control of his car.
Several armed law enforcement officials searched for a suspect after he or she allegedly stole a vehicle.
Three people were taken to an area hospital after an ambulance collided with a car in an intersection while responding to an emergency.
One person was flown to Shock Trauma in Baltimore after a townhouse fire Tuesday night. Frederick County Fire and Rescue says this happened in the 5000 block of Merganser Court in Robin Meadows just before 7 p.m.
“In the long term I am a little concerned though because I have taken that trip on Amtrak and I do plan to take it again although the next time I go to book a ticket, I know I'm going to hesitate.”
According to Frederick County Fire and Rescue Services, over 30 people battled at fire at Tamko Asphalt Products Friday.
An 18-year-old Lynchburg College student and Frederick resident was charged with 10 counts of possession of child pornography after a tip was given to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
A home invasion Thursday is under investigation by the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office.
Maryland State Police say Interstate 70 westbound at the 31 MM in Hagerstown is back open after a tractor trailer fire forced officials to close the roadway.
Officials say 2-year-old Jameson R. Linberry-Pollard has been recovered. No further details are being release at this point.
Three fire marshals from the Frederick County Division of Fire and Rescue Services have been assisting with several fire investigations in Baltimore City.
Two people are in custody after the Allegany County Sheriff's Office responded to a disturbance at the Country Mall Wednesday. The two suspects were identified as Donald Rutter and Tabbatha Rayner, both from Keyser.
According to the victim, someone came into her home overnight and stole several items.
The suspect, wearing all black, displayed a handgun, demanded money and was seen running east, in the direction of Smithsburg.
The decision to transform a former presidential retreat into a scientology-affiliated drug rehabilitation center was tabled during a Frederick County Council meeting Tuesday.
According to the Allegany County Sheriff's Office, Carl Ruby was killed after falling out of the bed of a pick-up truck Thursday.
Cancer survivors and Shepherd University students joined forces Friday to raise money for cancer research and awareness.
Wednesday, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals did not rule on whether or not the Board of County Commissions' decision to withdraw the company's recognition and funding was legal.
It took 50 firefighters about one hour to put out the flames.
Martinsburg City Police are investigating a possible armed robbery at the Hampton Inn. This happened Friday around 4:30 p.m. on South Foxcroft Ave.
One person was flown to Shock Trauma in Baltimore after a serious car accident on Jesse Smith Road Tuesday evening in New Market.
A Frederick County Sheriff’s Office Deputy, who has now been identified as Christopher Turvin, was flown to R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, for non-life threatening injuries he sustained in a vehicle pursuit.
Kraft Food Groups voluntarily recalls select macaroni and cheese boxed dinners due to possible metal pieces.
According to the Division of Fire and Rescue Services, a home is a total loss after a serious fire.
The Radio Television Digital News Foundation hosted its 25th annual First Amendment Awards dinner Wednesday night in Washington D.C.
Cearfoss Pike between Wishard Road and Shinham Road is closed after a tractor trailer carrying lumber overturned, spilling its contents onto the roadway.
Paul Pfau, from western Maryland made it through the blind auditions on NBC's "The Voice." He chose Pharrell Williams as his coach.
The Winchester Police Department successfully located a missing 59-year-old woman, Joyce Wise, early Thursday morning.
If Gov. Wolf's tax hike and relief plan passes the legislature, Pennsylvanians would feel the effect in several ways.
Maryland State Police in Frederick are investigating a car accident on southbound Interstate 270 at the exit ramp to eastbound Route 80 that sent one to the hospital via helicopter.
A familiar face was on The Voice Monday night! 16-year-old Treeva Gibson from Frederick, MD was chosen in the first round of blind auditions by Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera after singing "Young and Beautiful."
As the city continues their efforts to redevelop downtown Hagerstown, the mayor and city council discussed the pros and cons of several downtown buildings and how they affect the community.
A catalyst for change.
As part of our "Journey" series, the Shenandoah Arts Council kicked off Black History Month with an event to showcase local artists' work.
Just after 5:30pm Tuesday, officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Summit Avenue for a suspicious death.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office wants motorists to be safe during the Super Bowl, and especially after the big game.
A suspect is in custody and facing charges after two people were stabbed at a Garrett County college.
Marshawn Lynch became the star of Tuesday's Super Bowl XLIX Media Day by saying barely anything at all.
Interstate-81 southbound, near the 3 mile marker in Inwood, was shut down for several hours following an accident Thursday night.