The special enrollment period is aimed to help those who are confused about the process of signing up and the penalties that come along with it.
They fought for our country in the largest war of the 20th century. But these days, there are fewer and fewer of them to tell the tale.
Residents of Virginia are asked to be aware of third-party collection notifications asking individuals to send money to pay tax debts.
Giant and Martin's food stores have recalled Rising Moon Organics' eight ounce spinach and cheese ravioli product from their stores.
Washington County Fire Rescue has confirmed that a pavilion is on fire in Williamsport's Byron Memorial Park.
The 88th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival begins next month. Now an official festival app is available for download.
The United States Attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia announced that 26-year-old, Courtney Jenkins, was sentenced to five years in prison for conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine throughout Northern W.Va.
The business and education communities are joining forces to develop a new higher education center that will help students find jobs, give biotech companies skilled workers and support the local economy.
The Washington County Board of Education convened for a special meeting to go back and amend the budget that the board voted on during a meeting on March 17.
The Shippensburg Area School District is working with the Pennsylvania State Police to increase bus stop safety Tuesday morning after a child luring incident on Monday.
"Eventually the cancer comes back and knowing that this was an option, I think would be so comforting to people who don't necessarily fear death but don't want to deal with pain or suffering, loss of control of their own disease and their own lives," said Lange.
Brandon Flanary was involved in an argument with his girlfriend around 3 a.m. in their home on Beekman Place, according to West Virginia State Police. He allegedly picked up and threw several items at a wall - but then, it took a turn for the worse.
Juvenile offenders are getting an alternative program to community service hour mandates. The new initiative, "Running Strong" debuts on April 6, and already has a few juvenile offenders signed up to start.
Giant and Martin's Food Markets have issued a recall on several Amy's Kitchen Inc. frozen food items.
Winchester Medical Center has been recognized for its clinical nutrition by the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, one of only 15 hospitals to receive the honor nationwide.
Frederick County agencies are asking for more than $41 million in funding, but the county only has a fraction of that available. The public will get to weigh in on where the money should be allocated.
One vehicle crashed into a Hedgesville post office on Monday afternoon around 1:00 p.m.
The Pennsylvania State Police will be partnering with 41 police departments in Franklin, Adams, Cumberland and several other local counties in a statewide effort to launch the Aggressive Driving Enforcement Initiative.
Check out these two adorable, adoptable pets in this week's Pet of the Week!
A local tennis club is helping a non-profit by creating an after-school scholarship program that will offer tennis training to members of Girls Inc.
The Frederick Police Department arrested a Frederick man for hitting multiple vehicles and driving under the influence of alcohol on Sunday evening.
A Chambersburg doctor was arrested for a string of sexual assaults that occurred in Franklin County on Sunday evening.
The Maryland State Police are currently on the scene of an accident on Interstate 70 eastbound.
Senator Ben Cardin (D-Md.) was in Frederick, Md. on Friday discussing a progressive tax proposal that would help moderate-income families.
Senator Bobby Zirkin (D-Baltimore County), who's against fracking in the state, introduced the Hydraulic Fracturing Liability Act because if fracking comes to the state, he wanted to establish a process that would hold energy companies responsible for any injuries, deaths or loss caused by fracking.
"Competition is good and the states do compete for businesses," said Paul Frey, President & CEO for the Hagerstown-Washignton County Chamber of Commerce. "They do compete for jobs because they know it add to their tax base so this is another tool in the toolbox."
The Maryland International Film Festival - Hagerstown is gearing up for Thursday’s opening night.
Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia is trying to help, after Sweet Briar College announced in February it would close this August due to financial difficulties. That means current students at the women’s college will need to find a new university to call home.
The Pennsylvania State Police arrested a man suspected of raping a juvenile in 2013 on Wednesday.
The Hagerstown Police Department is searching for two suspects in connection to a strong-arm robbery in Downtown Hagerstown this morning.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office and the Hagerstown Police Department joined forces to better serve and protect the community from a dangerous section of the Dual Highway. The team said that safety is their primary goal.
Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has vetoed Senate Bill 347. The bill would have given people the right to conceal-carry a firearm without a permit.
Maryland State Police troopers from the McHenry Barrack are investigating a single vehicle collision that happened Thursday evening on U.S. Route 40 that sent one person to the hospital.
"There's an opportunity to partner with members of the neighborhood there especially the synagogue to make that happen and we're glad for those opportunities," said Mayor David Gysberts.
Former Fire Chief Denise Pouget is speaking out about her recent departure from the Frederick County Division of Fire and Rescue Services.
A man was struck and killed by a motor vehicle on Park and Harrison Street Thursday afternoon around 2:07 p.m.
A Hagerstown man has been charged with resisting arrest after allegedly leading police on a chase through a local high school.
Kindergarten classes at Bass-Hoover Elementary School in Frederick County, Virginia are piloting a program in which tablets are used to help student learning.
The Pennsylvania State Police Chambersburg station arrested burglary suspect and Greencastle man, Chad Ward, 24 earlier this afternoon.
The Maryland Park Service temporarily closed its overnight shelters along the Appalachian Trail on Wednesday to assess tree safety. This initiative was taken after a hiker was struck and killed by a falling tree on Sunday.
Over 1,100 medical items and supplies from the Robinwood Surgery Center will be sold in an online auction between now and April 8.
Thurmont resident, Raymond Brittle, 40, was sentenced to 40 years in the Division of Corrections after beating a two-year-old child to death.
Long-time W.Va. agriculture commissioner Gus Douglas died at his home in Mason County earlier today.
Residents gathered at the Morgan County Courthouse in Berkeley Springs, W.Va. to address the ongoing conflict between residents and planning commission regarding a proposed Dollar General store in southern Morgan County.
The Cumberland City Police Department investigated a possible threat of violence against Allegany High School yesterday afternoon.
The Winchester Police Department is searching for a suspect that committed a bank robbery around 11:00 a.m. at a BB&T on the 2000-block of South Pleasant Valley Road.
Officials are asking the public for help in identifying a man wanted for questioning in a theft that occurred at a Kohl's department store on Guildford Drive.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office confirmed that three people are dead in a triple shooting on Valley Road this morning.
The Frederick Police Department is asking the public for help locating a missing teenager. They say Hunter William Charles Kea, 16, has been missing since Tuesday, March 17.
"She did ensure us it's going to take a couple months before they get some things in place but that is the direction they want to head in, it's more educational and less coming out with the hammer. I'm sure they'll still have to use the hammer for businesses that aren't complying but I think instead of being the rule, that'll be the exception," said Delegate Neil Parrott (R-Washington County).