Despite the 2,000 National Guardsmen called into Baltimore, additional support was sent in to maintain peace after violent protests on Monday. Frederick Police sent in 32 officers around 11 p.m. Tuesday night. They were there to secure areas already cleared and provide relief to a force that's been working nonstop.
A Frostburg man with an extensive criminal history was sentenced to 15 years in the Maryland Department of Corrections for participating in a string of burglaries and thefts in Allegany County.
The Discovery Station is exposing the damage of drug use through an exhibit called Target Maryland. The goal is to not only educate kids, but adults in the community as well.
Dorian Craft was live at Oriole Park at Camden Yards where the Orioles will play in front of an empty stadium as a result of the turmoil in Baltimore.
"Bottom line is I think she has the head, heart and guts to do a really great job here in Hagerstown," said Mayor David Gysberts.
On Tuesday, Frederick County Public Schools in Virginia spent the afternoon getting ready to host education leaders from Virginia, Delaware, Maryland and West Virginia for the Commonwealth's first ever Google Leadership Symposium on Wednesday morning.
The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office must disclose documents regarding the three deputies involved in the death of Ethan Saylor.
For almost a year now, Frederick, Md. residents have been able to sit down and chat with mayor about their interests and concerns for the city once a month at city hall.
A one vehicle accident that occurred around 6:15 p.m. Tuesday evening is blocking traffic for people traveling through Downtown Hagerstown.
A Frederick man who was found guilty for the ongoing sexual abuse of a child was sentenced to 390 years in the Division of Correction Tuesday.
The Frederick Police Department is searching for a suspect who robbed a BP Gas Station on the 500-block of W. 7th Street on April 14.
Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency Monday night which in turn, activated the National Guard. Guardsmen from the Frederick Armory were deployed to Baltimore, along with other local law enforcement, in response to the violent protests.
The West Virginia State Police and Charles Town City Police have teamed up to find the suspect responsible for robbing MVB Bank on 88 Somerset Blvd. Tuesday morning.
Pennsylvania State Police are searching for two robbery suspects who allegedly stole items from a woman after assaulting her on Sunday.
"I really want to work to uphold the values of Washington County citizens and to keep this place beautiful for my granddaughter," said Vincent "Woody" Spong.
As the death toll continues to rise in Nepal after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake rocked the country on Saturday, two Nepalese students at Shenandoah University are happy that their families are safe.
Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order declaring a state of emergency for Maryland.
The City of Frederick is no stranger to blighted properties, but according to city officials, progress has been made on some of the area’s decaying buildings.
A court case involving dozens of child sex crime charges in Frederick County, Va. moved forward on Monday. Gary Armstrong, 60, learned his fate in court after entering no contest pleas.
"We need to focus on the treatment side as heavily as we have been focusing on the criminal side or stopping the flow of drugs."
Chaos erupted in the streets of Baltimore on Monday as Freddie Gray was laid to rest.
Charges are pending against a woman accused of committing a hate crime after she allegedly yelled a racial slur at two Catoctin High School students and shot them with a BB gun.
Emergency preparedness is key to surviving disasters. In order to become more prepared, students at Frederick Community College learned different ways of engaging diverse populations to increase the whole community's rate of survival.
The West Virginia State Fire Marshal is investigating an apartment fire in Berkeley Springs that displaced seven people.
Check out these two adorable, adoptable pets in this week's Pet of the Week!
The Winchester Police Department is searching for a man who allegedly assaulted an 11-year-old boy on Saturday.
An apartment building is a total loss after a fire Monday morning.
As the weather is warming up, so are walkers and runners for good causes. Saturday marked the first March of Dimes walk for Western Maryland in Hagerstown.
After Hub City Cycles closed its doors July of last year after serving the community for nearly 40 years customers were heart-broken to see the place go, but with new management and a new location, the beloved bike store opened its doors once more Saturday.
Congressman Chris Van Hollen representative of the eighth district, was in Hagerstown Friday for the Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner.
While crowds come in full-swing every year, critics of the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival say over the last 88 years, the festival has lost touch with it's purpose: the blossoming of the apple trees.
A daylong event on Friday for nurses, researchers and students at Shenandoah University in Winchester examined the changing trends in healthcare, particularly in nursing.
Nine percent of the county executive's $536 million dollar budget proposal is carved out for the division of fire and rescue services.
During the construction process, officials plan to fit two whole lanes into the new bridge, as well as remove the dangerous "s" curve that makes it treacherous to cross.
Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) who represents the 10th district, opened her Winchester district office on East Piccadilly Street on Friday.
The movement to allow backyard chickens is gaining steam in Brunswick after a couple was forced to part with their hens.
Giant and Martin's Food Markets have issued a recall on certain products associated with Jamba at Home Smoothie Kits.
The Allegany County Combined Criminal Investigation Unit (C3I) arrested a Frostburg man for having an alleged inappropriate relationship with a 13-year-old girl Friday afternoon.
Golfers from all over Washington County gathered at Black Rock Golf Course to honor a person who they said gave so much and never got the recognition he deserved.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help to identify remains that were initially found on Right Hand Ford Road on Nov. 10, 1989.
The 88th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival kicks off Friday with a two-day Wine Fest event.
When Governor Larry Hogan started his first term, his agenda was clear. "Today let me tell you Maryland is open for business," said Governor Hogan on in January during inauguration.
Weeks before the Frederick County government must adopt a Fiscal Year 16 budget, local education leaders are making a final plea to Gov. Larry Hogan.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police officers nationwide are not allowed to keep drivers waiting for a K-9 unit to arrive after concluding a traffic stop. In a six-to-three decision, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote that once a traffic stop is complete, holding someone longer - even if only for a few minutes - violates the constitutional protection against the forth amendment or unreasonable searches and seizures.
Psychology students at Shenandoah University and seniors with the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging spent Thursday afternoon debunking some old-fashioned myths about aging.
Next week, U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito, police and local officials will gather at the Berkeley County Sheriff's office for a drug prevention summit, in an effort to lower the number of drug overdoses in the area.
Kehne's Carpet One Floor & Home in Frederick was presented a piece of World Trade Center steel from 9/11 as a thank you for their part in building smart homes for America’s bravest.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office participated in a vehicle chase with a suspect who had been acting suspicious in a local grocery store on Wednesday evening.
The Frederick Police Department is investigating a burglary that took place on March 26 at a Frederick business located on the 500-block of N. East Street.
Here in the four-state, we're surrounded by national parks and all week long, the park service has been celebrating and encouraging people to get out and enjoy what they have to offer.