Horse Rescued From Quicksand-Like Conditions In MarylandA horse near Hagerstown gets a second chance after a dramatic rescue at a boarding facility.
C&O Canal Extending Launch Boat Rides At WilliamsportThe end of summer doesn't mean the end of boat rides in the C&O Canal at Williamsport.
Dozens Starting New Year With Potomac PlungeDozens of people are starting the new year with a bone-chilling plunge into the Potomac River in the western Maryland town of Williamsport.
Md. Police Seek Juvenile Offender After Crash Maryland State Police say they're looking for a group-home runaway who apparently stole a car and crashed it on Interstate 70 near Hagerstown.
Md. Town's Arbor Day Trees Honor Civil War Dead The western Maryland town of Williamsport is marking Arbor Day by planting 120 trees in memory of fallen Civil War soldiers.
Charity Plunge Moved To Western Md. State ParkThe Humane Society of Washington County says a dispute over the location of its annual Polar Bear Plunge is ending happily.
Polar Bear Plunge Into Potomac Pushed Back To Jan. 18Those hardy souls taking a New Year's Day dip in the Potomac River at Williamsport are finding some changes to the chilly event this year.
Old Ways Of Life On C&O Coming BackIt appears some of the old ways of life on the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal gradually will be coming back to Williamsport now that the National Park Service has announced plans to move forward with at least three projects on the canal that will re-create features of the former commercial waterway and enhance visitor experiences.
Pa. Woman Gets 3 Years In Western Md. Arson SpreeA Pennsylvania woman who drove an arsonist to several western Maryland locations where he set fires last spring is going to prison.
Williamsport, Md. Marks Independence Day With Civil War Twist The western Maryland town of Williamsport is marking Independence Day with a Civil War twist.
Civil War Cannons Return To WilliamsportThree Civil War cannons are back in Williamsport following restoration. The cannons mounted on historically accurate carriages were taken by horse back to Doubleday Hill on Saturday.
Mechanical Failure Blamed For Williamsport FireMaryland fire officials are blaming a mechanical failure for a fire that caused an estimated half-million dollars in damage to a downtown Williamsport building.