A judge says a western Maryland man is still not competent to stand trial in the slaying of his grandparents earlier this year.
Maryland public health officials say a state-owned nursing home in Hagerstown was fined $150,000 for poor oversight of patient care that prompted the ouster of the facility’s chief executive and two medical staff members.
Officials in Hagerstown will open some park restrooms on nice days in November after a request from a 7-year-old girl.
The city of Hagerstown says charities must stop using a city-owned parking lot to give away food to the homeless.
A Hagerstown man is charged with stabbing a dog.
Police in Hagerstown say an armed robber remains at large after a search of a home did not turn up a suspect.
Working as a secretary in New York City for two decades, Eileen Beck might never have pictured herself preparing lunch for a crew of homebuilders.
The room goes dark. The lights of the mini-village glow as the whistle blows and the trains roll along the track, their audio footprints trailing off as they enter a cave into a mountain. Children and adults alike point with wide-eyed wonder.
A Hagerstown man and his two sons have been acquitted of murder, manslaughter and assault charges by a Carroll County jury.
Maryland State Police have charged a Sharpsburg man with firearms violations.
Hagerstown police are looking for a man they say robbed a computer repair shop.
A New York man set to be tried next month for a fatal shooting in Hagerstown wants his trial to be postponed because some witnesses can’t be found.