Hagerstown City police say 27-year-old Christopher Turner was found dead last month and the condition of his body indicated he was killed.
Police in Hagerstown, Maryland, say a missing man has been found dead in Berkeley County, West Virginia.
When Dr. Allen Ditto retires on Jan. 31, he has plans for the fine motor and problem-solving skills he honed during his almost 40-year medical career.
Dozens of people gathered outside of a National Park Service office in Maryland in a push to stop construction of a pipeline under the Potomac River that would connect natural gas produced in Pennsylvania to industries in West Virginia.
The man pleaded guilty to being part of a ring that distributed nearly enough fentanyl to kill everyone in Washington County, and that led to the deaths of two men.
Walter Wolford of Hagerstown yanked the 8-inch long red nylon leash, causing his wife’s head to jerk back and leave red marks around her throat, police said after being called to the York, Pennsylvania fair.
Maryland is joining a sex-offender registry program that law enforcement officials say will make it more efficient to share records.
Distressed home sales, including foreclosures and short sales, hit an 11-year low nationwide in the second quarter, but two Maryland cities are among those left behind.
A judge has set a $5,000 bond for a Maryland man facing charges of sexual abuse of a minor.
A stretch of eastbound Interstate 70 in Hagerstown, Maryland had to be closed for more than two hourse after a Greyhound bus rear-ended at tractor-trailer early Friday.
A 2-year-old girl from western Maryland has died after a fire in her babysitter’s home.
Maryland police conducting a traffic stop have seized nearly $50,000 worth of unstamped cigarettes and charged the man transporting them.
State troopers and local law enforcement officials have responded to a disturbance at a juvenile detention facility in Frederick County, Maryland.
Officials say that a Hagerstown police sergeant has been charged with dealing prescription drugs while on duty.
Sixty-four office jobs and 30 home-based jobs are being eliminated. There will still be about 1,800 people employed at the facility.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.