The Martinsburg community is mourning the loss of City Councilman Roger Lewis, after he died at Berkeley Medial Center Wednesday.
"At this time we are still determining as to whether this appears to be suspicious, or if any foul play is suspected,” said Lauren Cummings, a spokesperson for the Winchester Police Department.
The Washington County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association is hiring a full-time recruitment and retention coordinator for the first time
One man sustained minor head injuries during an assault Thursday, July 17 after three men robbed him of his backpack.
Hermegildo Escamilla-Granados, 30, was taken into custody after offering to pay for sex with an undercover officer, who was posing online as a 16-year-old.
Kimberley Thompson was indicted for first-degree murder in the death of a man from Richmond, Terry Mullins.
In just its second session, the HSWC hopes their new educational program will help kids learn about what it takes to adopt a pet.
We have confirmed that a 2-year-old baby has been found dead at a house on the 600 block of Dunlap Street in Winchester today. The Winchester Police Department, along with Winchester Fire and Rescue are on scene right now. We're working to get more details surrounding the death of this child.
"I believe in the mayor and city council and I believe in the downtown and I think this is something we can move forward and to make things happen. Finally," said Pietro Priola, owner of Greens and Grains.
Winchester's Downtown revival project is starting to pay off, after the City began putting time and money into it a few years ago.
Curtis Briggs, Melissa Degrange, Willie Johnson and Crystal Marcum are accused of robbing the BB&T Bank in Berryville on May 23.
The Sheetz, which is right down the street from Shippensburg University has been given the green light to stock and sell beer just in time for those college kids to make their way back to campus.
After more than 40 years in Hagerstown, a fixture in the cycling community is closing its doors. Thursday kick-started the store wide close out sale for Hub City Cycles.
Several nonprofit organizations are teaming up to piece together a portrait of local civil rights hero, Lord Dunmore Nickens.
Nathan Neely, 16, was safely located.
The single-vehicle crash happened at 4:52 a.m. Tuesday, July 15. Troopers said Winfrey had radioed in to another driver, who was driving behind him, that he wasn't feeling well
Robert Treviño, 30, leads the Shippensburg Festival Symphony for their classical concert series this July.
Maryland State Police said at 10:37 a.m. they responded to the Walmart located on County Club Mall Road in LaVale in reference to a person in the bathroom displaying a handgun.
Jack Wright, 52, of Fort Lauderdale was arrested after police said they received a tip that he was traveling from Indiana and would be stopping in Thurmont on July 16.
The Cumberland City Police Department is investigating after approximately $10,000 in property was taken from a local home. The incident happened on Wednesday, July 16 along Cromwell Terrace.
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.
"Everyone's passionate about one specific title and that's helping the kids in the neighborhoods and in our area cause there's so much need out there that we're not aware of. I had no idea the breath of what of was needed you know until I became a part of this group," said Joe Hamilton, Kohl's Care.
"If you don't do post-exposure shots and someone ends up with full-blown rabies, there is no cure."
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said the "Grandparent Scam" is reappearing in parts of the four-state region.
"We have a heroin epidemic in Frederick, and where people get started is in their parent's medicine cabinets."
Police said Alisandro Diaz, 33, of Frederick County, Va., was arrested for allegedly exposing himself and performing a sex act in the Body Renew Fitness men's locker room.
Check out this week's Kidscaster Taylor Wells from Clear Spring!
Officers said around 10:16 p.m. Tuesday they were called to the 1000 block of Columbine Drive for reports of an armed home invasion.
Think you have a ton of shoes hanging out in your closet? The Free Community Clinic of Washington County literally has tons of shoes.
Neal Stone was reported missing after leaving his home Wednesday morning. Martinsburg Police report he later returned home unharmed. No further explanation for his disappearance was given.
A Frederick County man is facing charges after he performed maintenance service on non-water based fire extinguishing systems at four locations in Frederick, according to the Deputy State Fire Marshal.
The incident was called in around 1:46 p.m. at the Hagerstown Ford dealership along 1714 Massey Blvd. The fire comes just days after the facility held its' ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, July 10 to celebrate their newly renovated facilities.
Student performers have been preparing all week for Chamberfest and Saturday they will perform song and dance for Old Market Day.
According to Washington County District Court records, Robert Allen Masser, 28, of 106 Randolph Avenue in Hagerstown is charged with second-degree rape, second-degree assault, and third-degree sex offense.
Police said several items belonging to the Giant Eagle grocery store were located underneath Parker's clothing, in her purse, and in a baby stroller she was pushing.
A correctional officer at the Eastern Regional Jail is on unpaid leave, accused of assaulting former Martinsburg high school football player Justin Clinton.
"We rally around one another when something like this happens. It's not the first time that you know the community, and the league has rallied. And so it's good to show our love and support for the family," said Jason Doresy, one of Edgar's Little League coaches.
"We have experienced between fiscal year 2013 and 2014 a significant increase. We saw 235 calls for service in 2013, and we've witnessed 280 calls for service in 2014," said Harold Domer, director of Frederick County Animal Control and Pet Adoption Center.
Some of those who attended include candidates for Frederick County executive, Frederick County council, Maryland delegate, and Maryland senate.
"The local reception has been phenomenal," Locey said. "We grow the lemons, the raspberries, the ginger, the walnuts and the pumpkins and use all natural ingredients and use special fruit and corn.
"We've seen a good number of ATV accidents, as well as stings leading to anaphylaxis, which is an allergic reaction, as well as a good number of heat-related illnesses of people who have been left in cars," said Dr. Roy.
"We draw patients from two to three hours [away], from a multi-state perspective,” said Philips. “We have patients from Hagerstown, from Frederick, from Luray, from throughout our service area."
Officers said approximately five grams of heroin and related paraphernalia were seized from the residence.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office has released the identity of the woman who was killed Saturday in a two-vehicle crash along Interstate-81.
Deputies said upon arrival, they were advised a man approached the desk clerk at the hotel, pulled a knife from his pants and demanded money from the register.
The incident occurred at 8:48 p.m. Saturday, July 5 at the Walmart on 1730 Lincoln Way East in Chambersburg.
Madison Whittington, 18, and Lauren Jones, 22, both of Hagerstown, Md., were taken into custody by Winchester Police after exchanging money for the promise of sexual activities.
The single-vehicle crash happened at 4:52 a.m. Tuesday along I-81 northbound. The tractor trailer veered off the roadway before striking a cement storm drain, and bursting into flames.
"All the waters coming down to one place and it not being able to drain quick enough to clear," said Rodney Shank, Hagerstown resident.
"It took the rood off my building, tore my fence down, my cows got out. It just destroyed it," said Archie Sims.