Lane closures are happening this week on Interstate 81 in Frederick County, Va., as part of the exit 310 interchange modification project, a road project that is expected to take multiple years.
In Berkeley County, a man was sentenced to life in prison for raping and assaulting his ex-girlfriend.
Tuesday was the last day on the bench for a Berkeley County judge, and everyone - bailiffs, court house staff, mediators, custody evaluators, even previous defendants - came to celebrate his retirement.
Starting July 1, tolls for bridges, tunnels and roadways across Maryland will be lowered for the first time in nearly 50 years as part of Governor Larry Hogan's statewide Toll-Tax Rollback Plan.
If you're thinking of traveling this weekend, you're not alone. AAA Mid-Atlantic is predicting a record number of Maryland travelers Wednesday through Sunday.
Valley Health System officially opened its new medical transport station in Kearneysville on Tuesday, replacing its old location on Tabler Station Road.
A tour bus that caught fire while traveling on Interstate-68 eastbound caused the roadway to be closed for two hours on Tuesday morning.
The Frederick Police Department is investigating the report of an attempted sexual assault that allegedly took place near the East Patrick Street Parking Deck on Monday.
Four Philadelphia residents were arrested by troopers with the Pennsylvania State Police for allegedly attempting to use forged prescriptions at McConnellsburg pharmacies.
Maryland State Police in Hagerstown are investigating an accident involving a tractor trailer and a red Chevy pickup truck on Interstate-70 westbound at Sharpsburg Pike early Tuesday morning.
The vehicle, described as a blue Chevy passenger car, left the scene, was last travelling on Woodcock Hollow Rd.
"I pose this to everybody, 'Why not Hagerstown? You know there are a lot of great things to come, let's get on the ground floor it of because Hagerstown's going to be awesome in the next couple of years," said Fitzgerald.
Pennsylvania State Police confirmed that a motorcyclist died after an accident on State Line Road.
Berkeley County Council is considering the 75,000 square-foot building located in the 700-block of Baltimore Avenue as a possible location for a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center.
In the split 5-4 ruling, the court ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) did not properly take costs into account when it first decided to regulate toxic emissions from coal and oil fired plants.
On Sunday, Hogan shared an update on his Facebook page that said: "We are killing cancer cells left and right and I have no side effects. My medical team could not be better. They are taking great care of me.”
Dangerous water conditions left several people stranded and one person dead in Frederick County, Md. this past weekend. Now, emergency responders are reminding everyone to be mindful of weather advisories and warnings before heading out on the water.
After a routine audit in May, officials at Meritus Health discovered that private information for more than one thousand patients may have been compromised.
The Maryland State Fire Marshal is investigating a fire that caused approximately $75,000 in damages and the death of two pets on Monday.
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"These critical investments will finally give our State Highway Administration (SHA) the ability to repair and maintain Maryland's road systems," said Hogan.
This week, the National Park Service recommended that federal parks stop selling certain items depicting confederate flags.
Frederick County Executive Jan Gardner wrapped up her first state of the county Friday.
The Supreme Court ruled Friday that same-sex marriage is the law of the land.
Beginning on June 29, pavement operations will be underway for approximately two weeks. One lane of traffic will remain open in both directions.
"If they are not willing to try, it's like shoveling snow in a blizzard. You're not going to get anywhere. They have to be ready they have to try." WHAG’s Merris Badcock spoke to a Berkeley County mom about how she turned her daughter's heroin overdose death, into a fight for treatment.
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After six months of training, 13 students in Hagerstown Community College's Police Academy have made it.
The Hagerstown Police Department is investigating an accident involving a struck pedestrian on Dual Highway, Friday afternoon.
Maryland State Police are investigating a motorcycle accident that caused the death of a Silver Spring man on Friday morning.
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Health experts recommend men get about nine tsp daily, and women, about six. But they say we're really taking in about five or six times that amount. So how it might change our bodies if we just cut the sugar?
They were called to the 900-block of N. East Street for that indecent exposure complaint. When they arrived, they spoke with a victim who told officers the man, identified as Jose Arinez, lifted his dress on two occasions, exposing his bare bottom while staring at the victim.
Frederick Police officers are looking for an individual after they say Charley’s Restaurant was robbed Thursday night.
The 80th annual Miss Maryland pageant is now in full swing in downtown Hagerstown, and the girls have been working all week to perfect their routines.
EMS staff at Friendship Fire Company in Jefferson County now have an extra hand to assist them with cardiac arrest calls.
The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester has been working on what it calls a master plan for future growth for years. The museum said the largest of the four phases, a $26 million project, could begin soon.
A community garden built for an under-served group in Frederick, Md. is getting a major enhancement. On Thursday, the Housing Authority for the City of Frederick hosted a “Build Together Day” geared towards improving the gardening experience for members of the Carver apartments community.
Investigators with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office are looking for man they say robbed a 7-Eleven in the 8-thousand block of Williamsport Pike on Wednesday.
Taniya Wright had a wonderful time in enchanting Ireland with some of our viewers.
Washington County officials said 4,000 letters will be sent this summer to notify residents about how they will be affected by the new flood plain maps, which show potential flood regions in the area.
Going under the knife is always a risk. But with modern technological advances, it's a risk worth taking more than ever before.
After an extensive investigation in Jefferson County, 21 pit bulls were rescued from a residence suspected of dogfighting. One man is now behind bars.
"At the end of the day, the combination will give us tremendous opportunities to accelerate the innovation of what a customer is waiting for - not only in product but also in the online channel shopping everywhere, anytime, anywhere, anyhow," said Dick Boer, CEO of Royal Ahold.
Keeping young minds engaged during the summer months can be challenging, but one group seems to have it down to a science.
Camp Med's focus is to mentor students and help kids achieve their dreams.
The Winchester Police Department's annual Kids and Cops Camp is underway this week. This year, there was so much interest that organizers had to increase enrollment.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced on Monday that he is battling stage-three, possibly stage-four non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Losing a newborn baby is tough, but a local couple is raising money to make the devastating experience slightly less painful. Cuddle cots won't extend lives, but they can supply families with the opportunity to make memories that would otherwise be lost.
Check out this week's Save-A-Lot Kidscaster, Anthony "AJ" Parsons!