Kathy Anderson, a yoga instructor with Frederick Memorial Hospital demonstrated several yoga poses aimed to relieve stress and tension.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office has arrested Michael Wayne Hawbaker, 23, of Hagerstown for burglarizing two homes on Greendale Drive early Sunday morning.
Maryland State Police Frederick Barracks responded to 48 Hampton Place in Walkersville for reports to an assault.
The Frederick Police Department is seeking the public's help in finding the man who stole several items from a vehicle, including credit cards which he then made several purchases with.
The Franklin County Emergency Services conducted the first mass decontamination training of the year on Saturday.
Kenny Burcham, 54, of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia died Friday night after colliding into the back of a tractor trailer on westbound Route 340.
The Cumberland Fire Department responded to a vacant duplex at the 300 block of Jefferson Street early Saturday morning.
While students moved on to Shenandoah University's campus this week, so did another unique resident. After making a 300 mile journey, SU’s Conservatory is the proud new owner of a pipe organ.
"The security industry is booming,” said Chris Danzberger, Spichers security division manager. “It is definitely growing. In the next ten to 15 years, it is expected to grow 50 percent. There are a lot of people in this area that are looking to get security systems now. We get requests every day.”
Court documents confirm Rosanna Desinor, 18, who was recently charged with the murder of 3-month-old Kaendra Destinvil, was babysitting the infant when the incident occurred.
State police said TFC Tindal was able to retrieve the heroin and find two more bags on the ground by the driver's side door. A spoon, six hypodermic syringes and a prescription bottle containing 20 pills of Alprazolam was also retrieved.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office released a 2D composite created from the skull of the human remains discovered on May 4, 2014 in the area of Loose Lane in Hagerstown.
The man, later identified as Mark Allen Rudy, 49, was arguing with the two other men. The Washington County Sheriff's Office said Rudy proceeded to grab a rifle and point it at one of the men.
On August 4, October 21 and November 25, 2012, Bonds, armed with what appeared to be a black semi-automatic pistol, robbed Chipotle restaurants in Hagerstown, Gaithersburg, and Damascus, Maryland. In each robbery, Bonds forced the manager to open the safe at gunpoint.
The suspect is described as a white female, 40-50 years of age, around 5'03" in height, 140 lbs, dark brown hair, with a wolf tattoo on her upper right arm. She was last seen wearing a white tank top with dark spots and green shorts.
Congressman John Delaney visited Washington County Friday morning to hear from local leaders and residents.
Mike Cooper, a 4th grade English teacher at Andrew Buchanan Elementary School died Thursday, after falling ill during a faculty meeting, according to a spokesperson for the Chambersburg Area School District.
“Your friends tell you about an event that happened last night, and it was totally awesome, but you didn’t go because you didn’t have any way of finding out about it,” he said. “I live in Richmond, and there are constantly things coming up that I don’t know about. It’s good to see this here.”
Tickets are $5 dollars per day for adults, and children 12 and under can attend for free.
In Maryland, the state has new requirements for all schools, specifically for kindergarten and seventh grade students.
Troopers have confirmed Wesley Helsley of Winchester, Va., died on the scene.
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries came out with more information on the attack Friday morning. They said bears and dogs have a long antagonistic history, and the confrontation between the dog, bear, and man in Hardy County Thursday was unfortunately a symptom of such a relationship.
An 18-year-old from Chambersburg is behind bars without bail after officers said she admitted to causing injuries to a 3-month-old baby girl, resulting in her death.
Since 2008 the Dolman Black Heritage Museum, which holds 4,500 black history artifacts, has been searching for a permanent home.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying three men wanted for questioning in a theft that happened last month at a local Verizon Wireless.
Officials said following a recall by nSpired Natural Foods, Inc., the two grocery stores announced they'll be removing from sale MaraNatha Almond Butters and Peanut Butters due the potential threat.
Washington Township Police said they filed charges against William Rook, 45, on Wednesday. He's charged with a felony count of retail theft for stealing merchandise valued at $1,872.33 over the course of 24 incidents, officers say.
Pennsylvania State Police said the incident happened at 12:47 a.m. on I-81 southbound in the area of mile marker 22 in Southampton Township.
Bella, the dog who escaped a fiery accident that killed her owner earlier this month, was picked up from Mountain View Veterinary Services Wednesday night.
"The Eastern Panhandle is a different place than other parts of the state and it's important that they get representation too. I want to make sure there's a strong voice coming out of the Eastern Panhandle the same way there are strong voices coming out of the state," said Morrisey.
"We've been trying to contact the state to see if there's any funds just to get it cleaned up," Powers said. "We really need it cleaned up and we just can't get the money together."
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Many neighbors are shocked to hear Jessyca Kimble, 28, stabbed her husband, Edward Kimble Tuesday night. Edward was later pronounced dead at a nearby hospital.
New students at Wilson College moved into their dorms Wednesday, and for the very first time in the school's history, males are allowed to live on-campus.
In order to determine whether Medicare will cover the costs or not, it is important to find out if you are an inpatient or outpatient. At the hospital, patients get a letter telling them which one they are.
The incident happened at 2:20 p.m. along the 400 block of Virginia Avenue on the corner of Stephens Street, right around the time students get out of school.
The Winchester Police Department is investigating accusations of child abuse and assault and battery, involving a man and a one-year-old baby.
Since the 1990s, Round Hill Community Volunteer Fire Company has been working towards a new fire house. Now, with a little help from the county, it is finally happening.
Each year businesses and citizens partner with the Frederick County Public Schools and the United Way of Frederick County to help provide students with the tools they need to start the school year off right.
With the help of the local community and from an outside company, the cinema is being saved. However, there's a catch.
In July, the 4th Court of Appeals ruled Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional. That law would have taken affect Thursday morning, August 21, 2014 had the Supreme Court not stepped in.
The father who mistook his daughter for an intruder in the home and shot her, sending her to the hospital, will not be facing any charges, according to the Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney for Frederick Count
A Middletown man is facing numerous charges after police said he struck another person's vehicle three times before driving away from the scene.
The crash occurred Wednesday afternoon at Exit 35 along Interstate-70 eastbound at Route 66 in Washington County.
The incident happened approximately at 12:02 a.m. at a laundry mat in Emmitsburg, located at North Jamison Avenue and West North Avenue.
"It feels great to be in a new school, it's fresh, it's clean, it's colorful," said Lauren Belliotti, teacher.
Troopers said the incident occurred on Sunday, August 17 at 1:20 p.m. along the 5000 block of Cumberland Highway in Greene Township.
A Charlottesville, Va., man was arrested for burglary after police said they caught him on someone else's property. The incident happened on Tuesday, August 19 around 9 p.m. along the 1500 block of St. Lawrence Court.
During the fight, investigators said Edward Kimble was stabbed once in the upper left chest area. After being stabbed he ran to a nearby neighbor's house and knocked on the door. By the time neighbors answered the door, he had collapsed on the porch.
Augustoberfest kicks off this weekend in Hagerstown, and although this annual festival is best known for its celebration of German culture, it is also tied to some charitable efforts.