A special Sunday Edition of Braggin' Rights goes Ms. Kimberly O'Kane's Spring 2012 Classes at North Hagerstown High School.
Together they hosted a career day. Students and their teacher-mentors from the career center gave presentations to students in grades three to five.
Kadyn is with the Pack 12 in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia and is the first boy from Berkeley Springs to make it to a Council race.
The Lady Hatters are ranked number one in Pennsylvania, and as of Monday number three in the Nation.
According to recent reports, West Virginia has the highest rate of drug deaths and most were because of prescription drugs. On Thursday, lawmakers tackled the substance abuse issue at the capitol.
Show your Valentine how much you love them by cooking something from Chef Scott! In this Newsmaker, Chef Scott whips up some chocolate-covered strawberries, caesar salad with shrimp and chicken, baked brie, fruit salad with honey and a cheese tray.
More organizations are coming out to support Governor Earl Ray Tomblin's texting legislation. The Senate approved the bill that would allow police to ticket drivers for texting or talking on their cell phone while driving. It was sent to the House of Delegates.
It's been the talk all over the Four-State Region as well as across the United States, what's up with this winter? No snow for Christmas in Chicago, 60 degrees in January, an extreme lack of snowfall. What is going on?
Two sisters give free weekly music instrument lessons to elementary school students in Frederick. It's part of Music to My Ears, an organization that allows middle and high school students to teach music to younger kids.
Many of us know how hard it is to save money for college, but now a contest in West Virginia will give some lucky elementary school students some of the funds they need to get started.
We're hitting the dead of winter and it's only appropriate that the Mountain State has decided to declare January "Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month".
Ella is in the third grade at Salem Avenue.