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7 Men Arrested in Germantown Apartment Raid Held Without Bond

Following a raid on a Germantown apartment allegedly serving as a haven for guns and drugs on June 22, seven individuals arrested were held without bond in Montgomery County District Court Friday. The suspects face various gun and drug charges, including the possession of fentanyl with intent to distribute. MyMCM...
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Maryland State Police Identifies Troopers Who Apprehended Murder Suspect In The June 9th Washington County Shootings

SMITHSBURG, MD – Maryland State Police have identified the troopers who helped apprehend the man charged with shooting five people, including three fatally and injuring a Maryland state trooper Thursday, June 9, 2022 in Washington County. The troopers helped apprehend Joe Louis Esquivel, 23, of Hedgesville, West Virginia. He...
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Miss West Virginia Pageant Saturday night in Martinsburg

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — The Miss West Virginia Pageant is Saturday night in Martinsburg. Miss West Virginia and Miss West Virginia Outstanding Teen will be both be crowned. Reigning Miss West Virginia Jaelyn Wratchford said it’s gone fast. “You know when you win you only get 365 days but...

Citizens Protest Supreme Court Decision Striking Roe V. Wade

They gathered at the Square Corner in Downtown Frederick Friday afternoon. Frederick, Md (KM) A large crowd gathered at the Square Corner in Downtown Frederick Friday afternoon to protest the US Supreme Court’s decision striking down Roe V. Wade, which since 1973 guaranteed a woman’s right to an abortion.

Boonsboro could need more money for reservoir replacement, but that might not be a problem

BOONSBORO — As the price to replace Boonsboro's nearly 70-year-old water reservoir goes up, the town may secure more federal funding. Since being quoted a cost of $4.1 million to replace the reservoir — and securing substantial funding — the estimated cost has increased by over $2 million. At the same time, the U.S. House passing the bipartisan Water Resources Development Act of 2022 could provide an avenue to secure an additional $5 million in funding.

GrillMarx Clarksburg Closes For a Week

GrillMarx in Clarksburg announced via social media earlier this week that it will be closed for a week to allow its staff to rest and recharge. The following messages were posted on social media:. “It’s summer time! Our staff has been working very hard and it’s time to take a...

Renovated 1890 farmhouse and acreage close at $1.3 million

The home on almost 27 acres of farmland at 1526 Arnoldtown Road, Jefferson, is last week’s top house. Closing at $1.3 million, it listed for $1.275 million. The estate home was built in 1890 and has been renovated/restored from top to bottom with traditional and modern features, including a gourmet kitchen, the restored hardwood staircase that extends up to two upper levels, a game room/entertainment area was created on the third level complete with a dry bar, refrigerator, skylights and access to a balcony with extensive views of the property. Outside is a private oasis complete with a 10-foot deep in-ground pool, a gazebo and patio. The basement has been enlarged and improved for utilities and storage. The three-car garage also has attic storage space.

Seton Shrine breaks ground on $4M renovation of museum, visitors center

Supporters broke ground Friday on what will be a multi-million-dollar renovation of the visitors center and museum at the National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. Mother Seton, the first American-born saint, established the Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph in Emmitsburg in 1809, according to a news release from the shrine. The religious sisters inspired by the saint serve in schools, hospitals and social service centers across the globe.

Delores I Jordan obituary 1959~2022

Mrs. Delores I Jordan (Koons), 63, of Waynesboro, PA, passed away, Thursday, June 23, 2022, at UMPC Hospital in York, PA. Born April 18, 1959, Waynesboro, PA, she was the daughter of the late William and Doris (Gossert) Koons. Delores was a graduate of Waynesboro Area Senior High School. She...

Over one million dollars announced to support Green Infrastructure Projects

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Over one million dollars has been pledged to 13 green infrastructure projects spanning across Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. The Chesapeake Bay Trust, in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection announced on Friday that $1,058,720 in funding has been awarded to the projects.