"You can say what about the age, whatever you want, the time is truly an issue with me because it's way too late," said Jan Hiett, Hagerstown resident.
Marylanders donated a total of 33,405 lbs. of food to Maryland Food Bank in September. Maryland's State Police and Department of Transportation facilitated the month-long drive.
The former elementary school was recently leased to Winchester Academy, but Frederick County Public Schools never found a permanent use for the building.
Frederick Police say a missing autistic and disabled man was found safe in Howard County on Tuesday.
The Jones family attorney, Sherman Lambert, said a representative from the city of Martinsburg, Travelers insurance company and both of Wayne Jones' brothers, Bobby and Bruce, will be at the proceeding to negotiate a settlement.
Within the last year, Front Royal and Warren County have had a number of flooding incidences, so it might come as a surprise that the town's water treatment plant is reporting below average water levels on the South Fork of the Shenandoah River.
There’s an addition to the move over Law in Maryland, and it's aimed at protecting tow truck operators. Drivers will now have to move into an open lane away from tow trucks responding to roadside emergencies, or slow to a reasonable speed that is safe.
A New York man was arrested in Washington County after law enforcement agents seized 1,400 packs of contraband cigarettes from his cargo van.
The Winchester Police Department is seeking two males suspected in a recent larceny and attempted fraud incident at local Target stores.
The Frederick Police Department will be able to fill seven new officer positions, thanks to the approval of the city's 2014 COPS Hiring Program.
Police confiscated several weapons, as well as body armor and large amounts of ammunition, from a man arrested in the early morning hours on Tuesday in Martinsburg.
The law decriminalizing the possession of small amounts of marijuana in Maryland goes into effect on Wednesday.
For the first time in the state of Maryland, one local county's "Special Deputy" status will give the right for officers in different municipalities in Washington County to respond outside their jurisdiction.
Several days have passed since the disappearance of Tijuani Stone and family members are growing more concerned.
"It was kind of frustrating because I've been wanting to meet the man and say thank you because if it wouldn't have been for him, I wouldn't have been to do a lot of things in my life," said Czyzewski.
The Waynesboro Police Department is actively searching for an inmate who escaped around 5 p.m. Monday. Police say Jeffery Moore Jr. was taken into custody yesterday for an outstanding arrest warrant issued in Virginia.
Starting in October, all Maryland purchases on Amazon's website will be subject to the state's six percent sales tax. The change is due to Amazon's decision to open a fulfillment center this coming spring in Southeast Baltimore.
While Winchester and Frederick County have established a task force of their own, they believe the statewide support will be even better.
As their famous tourism saying goes, if “Virginia is for lovers,” then during the month of October, Virginia is definitely for wine lovers.
The Firearm Safety Act of 2013 is hitting its one-year mark in Maryland, and a local gun shop owner says sales have increased significantly since the law went into effect.
The flu season begins Wednesday, and health officials are preparing for this year's flu season by recommending flu vaccines.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is asking for help in identifying a male suspect who stole several items from the County Administration Building in Hagerstown.
State representatives, the United States Coast Guard and members of the community celebrated the opening of the newest Coast Guard facility in Kearneysville.
Check out these adorable, adoptable pets in this week's Pet of the Week!
Early Sunday morning, 30-year-old Sarah Ruhl was fatally struck by a 2014 Volkswagon Jetta on Route 194 in the area of Route 550.
Sunday, Thunder in the Valley: Sheridan's 1864 Valley Campaign, is just one of many events scheduled for the next year to celebrate the sesquicentennial of Harpers Ferry role during the Civil War.
Deputies with the Frederick County Sheriff's Office in Maryland arrested Troy Budd, 46, of Gaithersburg for burglarizing at Reliable Recycling Center Saturday night.
Deputies with the Allegany Sheriff's Office arrested Daniel Lynn Miller, 32, of Lonaconing, Maryland for assaulting with a handgun.
Timothy Falder, 57, of Hagerstown was arrested Saturday evening for driving under the influence and leading to a motor vehicle collision.
Staff at Sandy Spring Bank on Mercantile Drive, found a skimming device on their drive-through ATM machine early Friday morning.
Frederick Police searched for a suspect in relation to a breaking and entering incident Saturday morning.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 300,000 Americans contract the disease each year and the number is expected to increase.
The 2nd annual "Truckin' 4 Troops" kickball tournament was held Saturday at the Hagerstown City Park.
"I wouldn't miss it. I really enjoy it. I look forward to it every year. It's really good for Hagerstown to do this you know. Everybody was saying to me they wish they'd do it twice a year instead of once. But you know with traffic and getting that done. But we all have a good time down here."
More than 1,000 people marched through the city of Frederick on Friday in honor of the 1963 March on Washington.
Women In Need, a Chambersburg-based nonprofit that works with victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, is continuing to raise money for a new facility.
The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad is a well-known train tourist attraction in the United States, and Friday kick-started WMSR's first Steel Wheels Festival.
In Virginia, approximately two lives are lost every three days to drunk driving. Last year’s increase in drunken driving fatalities has prompted the Governor's Office to launch a sobering website.
A five-car collision on Interstate-70 westbound on Friday shut down the highway and caused traffic delays, but only resulted in minor injuries.
For more than 35 years, the Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival has been a way for Jefferson County residents and visitors to celebrate the start of fall.
October is right around the corner, and with it comes pink ribbons in solidarity of Breast Cancer awareness. But as we wrap up September, we look to highlight another type of cancer that affects more than 60,000 people, most of them women.
Schools in Hancock were on high alert Friday morning after reports of several gunshots in a neighboring area.
Officers with the Frederick Police Department say they responded to the 300 block of Madison Street around 1 a.m. Friday for a report of a gun discharge.
Mineral County man Michael Wayne Myers has been charged in the death of his wife, Val Myers.
Maryland health officials are warning parents to take precautions now that Enterovirus D-68 has spread into the state. The first case of the potentially dangerous virus in Maryland was confirmed by the Centers of Disease Control on Wednesday.
Airmen at the 167th Airlift Wing in Martinsburg said goodbye to the biggest aircraft in the Air Force on Thursday and welcomed its newer and smaller replacement.
As cooler weather approaches, Shippensburg University is hoping construction on their new heating and cooling systems will be done sooner rather than later.
The Frederick Police Department is looking for a missing person that is developmentally disabled and autistic.
Police are continuing to investigate the death of Everette Wade II, a Baltimore native who was shot and killed last December in downtown Hagerstown.
The Sheetz at 700 Potomac Avenue has been open for over three decades, serving the community. But the corporation announced Wednesday that it would shut down the location on September 30.