WHAG was on the road Friday for Chambersfest!
The burning of Chambersburg reenactment takes place Saturday night, but culminating up to that is Sidewalk Sales and Old Market Day, events local businesses are looking forward to the most.
Student performers have been preparing all week for Chamberfest and Saturday they will perform song and dance for Old Market Day.
On Friday WHAG was live in Hagerstown for the City's annual Blues Fest.
Soulful sounds have come to Hagerstown every year since 1996 thanks to the Western Maryland Blues Fest.
More than 200 students sang and clapped along to musician Scott Ainslie as they traveled through time learning the history of the blues sound.
"Blues is such an original American concept and art form and I think that's one of the other exciting things is that the acts that are brought to Hagerstown is there's such a diversity even within that genre that you really can't get bored at the Blues Fest," said Mayor David Gysberts.
WHAG was live Thursday for the kick off of this weekend's Blues Fest in Hagerstown.
"It’s a long year's work. It’s a great festival and it’s become a signature event for our area and we are very proud of it,” said Karen Giffin, Community Affairs Manager with the City of Hagerstown.
WHAG was live out on the road Friday for Cumberland's Del Fest!
Thanks to a partnership between the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore and Western Maryland Scenic Railroad in Cumberland, this C&O 1309 is being brought back to life.
“With this music and this festival, we have got to know a lot of the people and we look forward to seeing them every year,” Jason Carter, Del McCoury Band.
As workers transform the fairgrounds from grass and cement to a grand stage, organizers say being on this Cumberland land was a perfect fit from day one.
WHAG was on the road Friday evening reporting live at the 87th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival's Wine Fest!
Vendors, city officials, volunteers and Apple Blossom personnel spent the day setting up for the festival rain or shine.
Kota's loyalty won the hearts of the four-state region because even after falling through an attic, and sustaining multiple injuries, police say he managed to crawl to his handler while she apprehended another subject.
Founded in 1908, the family run orchard has been seen every Apple Blossom Festival since the first in 1924.
"They were offering prizes for the store that did the best, and we won first prize that year," he said with a smile.
A preview of WHAG's stop at the 87th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival.