The owner of a Hagerstown cement plant has agreed to a $700,000 fine to settle allegations it violated the federal Clean Air Act.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is holding a forum on how to expand manufacturing in Maryland.
A Washington County District judge has dismissed a first-degree murder charge against a man accused of beating a homeless man to death.
The city of Hagerstown will not charge property owners a fee to help pay for a state-mandated stormwater remediation effort, but it is unclear how the city will contribute to the effort.
A spokeswoman for the city of Hagerstown says the city’s finance director has resigned following an alleged “misuse of city money.”
Law enforcement officers spent hours trying to round up five cows that escaped from a farm near Hagerstown onto Interstate 81.
The retrial of a man convicted of murdering a Hagerstown police officer has produced the same verdict as in 1976: guilty of first-degree felony murder.
The condition of a Hagerstown man who sustained a head injury in a fight at Camden Yard is improving.
A Hagerstown pharmacist has pleaded guilty to improperly billing Medicare and Medicaid more than $200,000 for unlawful prescriptions for oxycodone and methadone.
An art gallery once known for its floor-to-ceiling paintings and darker colorings was reopened to the public Sunday, showing off its brighter, more sparsely decorated atmosphere.
He once was dubbed “a mild mannered escape artist” by the Gettysburg Times in a 1981 article about his flight from the Patuxent Institution in Jessup, Md. At the time, it was his sixth prison break in 10 years. He was 32.
Organizers of a six-state yard sale hope to lure motorists off the interstates and on to the historic National Road.