The Frederick County Division of Animal Control is investigating the case of a female Pit Bull-type dog they say was brought to the Animal Control Center in poor condition.
Check out this week's Kidscaster, Branden Pindell! Branden is a third grader at Warm Springs Intermediate School in Berkeley Springs.
A Winchester man has been arrested in connection with vandalizing the Taylor Hotel in August.
Police in Winchester located and arrested a man wanted for assault and battery.
Over $20,000 dollars worth of drugs were seized from a Frostburg home after a nearly year-long investigation.
"Our position is that the police did not have any right to take that telephone without a warrant, seizing it without a warrant. And state says they have probable cause to seize it. Well, they probably had probable cause three or four days before and never got a warrant."
A Smithsburg couple who lost their stillborn baby in July 2012 donated a piece of medical equipment to Meritus Medical Center on Tuesday.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is investigating an armed robbery at a CNB Bank branch in Falling Waters on Tuesday afternoon.
Out of approximately 100,000 teachers in Virginia, a third-generation agriculture teacher in Strasburg received Virginia's 2015 Teacher of the Year award on Friday.
The current national average for gas is $3.18 per gallon, which is down 20 cents from less than a month ago and 15 cents from a year ago.
The City of Frederick Planning Commission approved the final site plan for Frederick Towne Center on Monday evening. The new commercial center that includes a Walmart will replace the defunct Frederick Towne Mall that has been abandoned for over a decade.
Tapestry Technologies is a local technology company recently ranked among Google, Twitter and other top tech businesses in the "20 Great Workplaces in Tech" by Fortune.com.
A public hearing will be held on November 20 on the waste-to-energy facility that could still be coming to Frederick County.
At the end of this year, Jefferson County Schools superintendent Susan Wall will end her more than 30-year-journey with the school system.
A motorcyclist, identified as Frank Sturm, 31, of Auburn, Al. was killed in an accident on Interstate-81 in Shenandoah County early Tuesday morning.
A Boonsboro man has been charged with eight commercial burglaries in Hagerstown.
The Franklin County Drug Task Force arrested at least ten people for drug trafficking during a massive sweep on October 9th.
Voters in Frederick County have the opportunity to make a change this November in the way county executives are replaced.
Catalytic converters, a standard car part that helps eliminate poisonous emission gases, don't look like much at first glance. However, it’s what's underneath their hard metal shell that is attracting crime.
A unique restored wetland area in West Virginia was unveiled to the public on Monday.
Virginia State Police have caught the man that they say led them on a high-speed chase last week.
"They get to experience a level of competition unlike anything they've seen before."
An 85-year-old restaurant auctioned off its historic merchandise on Monday.
A Shippensburg teenager is facing felony charges, after police say he threatened several people with a gun.
A man accused of making online threats against Musselman High School is in custody.
The Chambersburg detachment of the Pennsylvania State Police is investigating a rash of vehicle break-ins that happened from Saturday night to early Sunday morning in Fayetteville.
Check out these adorable, adoptable pets in this week's Pet of the Week!
Two fallen Maryland firefighters were honored at the National Fallen Firefighters memorial service, Sunday morning.
"It's a great program. It brings kids up, it develops them to be citizens. It helps them grow morally, mentally, physically, and teaches them skills that will help them throughout their life. And to be able to say we've been here 100 years, that's just awesome," said Jay Lauver, Troop 17 committee chairman.
26 immigrants were made citizens at the 18th annual naturalization ceremony in Frederick, MD on Saturday.
A two-alarm apartment fire has left two residents with out a home, according to officials with the Frederick County Division of Fire and Rescue Services.
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park held a reenactment on Saturday of the crucial vote that could have changed history.
The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office has charged 12 people with controlled dangerous substances and other violations. Officials said this was part of a criminal interdiction operation targeting individuals transporting controlled dangerous substances into and throughout Frederick County.
Same-sex couples can now legally get married in West Virginia. The decision comes off the heels of the U.S. Supreme Court's refusal to hear appeals from three federal courts, including the Fourth Circuit, that previously struck down state bans as unconstitutional.
It's National Bullying Prevention Month, but Middletown High School shines a light on the issue year-round.
Pennsylvania’s Auditor General announced this week that 14 state-owned universities, including Shippensburg University, will undergo a review of how they are implementing campus safety policies.
The Baltimore Orioles are just four wins away from winning the pennant as they get set to open this year's American League Championship Series with the Kansas City Royals. WHAG's Dorian Craft gives a live report right from Camden Yards.
Early voting for the general elections in West Virginia starts October 22.
A 24-year-old Winchester man is behind bars in connection to two armed robberies at the same United Bank.
Hagerstown City Police say they responded to an armed robbery at Hub City Liquors on Thursday night.
Four people from the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia were sentenced on cocaine-related charges on Thursday.
The Garrett County Sheriff's Office arrested Paul Tippen Jr. for a number of sex offenses after a month-long investigation.
Officers with Cumberland City Police responded to the 500-block of Maryland Avenue last night for a report of a large fight in the street, where a 22-year-old man was stabbed in the chest.
"We're pretty proud of having had that kind of heritage and association and how Gruber helped popularize what became our National Anthem," said Chad Fisher, 5x-great grandson of John Gruber and editor of The Hagerstown Almanack.
Since merging with Food Resources Incorporated in 2012, the Maryland Food Bank, Western Bank has quadrupled food distribution to four million meals per year.
Luca battles a neuromuscular disorder that limits his joint movement and ability to grow muscle, but that never stopped him from pursuing his passion for break dancing.
Two years after losing her two boys to a deadly house fire, Shannon Jenkins is raising awareness about fire safety and prevention.
"The whole point is, number one, to keep them from getting in trouble. And number two, it's going to make them more aware about what police officers do. It's going to take away some of that fear between young people and police officers."
The Mental Health Association of Frederick County, Md. received more than $32,000 in government funding for a child advocacy project.
As the global economy changes, corporations are seeking more versatile, high-skilled workers. First Data, a payment processing company, is citing that as one of the reasons for terminating an unspecified number of employees at its facility in Hagerstown.