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Past articles by Sarah:

San Mar CEO to retire at the end of March

Retirement doesn't necessarily mean a permanent vacation, especially not for San Mar Children’s Home CEO Bruce Anderson. → Read More

Masonic Temple renovations for office space to be finished by end of year

Hagerstown's former crown jewel is set to be converted into office space by the end of this year, but don't expect a whole lot of demolition in the 120-year-old building. → Read More

Court records: Man arrested in drug bust has faced similar charges in past

A Hagerstown man is in a familiar position after Washington County Narcotics Task Force agents said they confiscated guns, bullet proof vests and drugs valued at tens of thousands of dollars from his home. → Read More

Eight full-time Washington County firefighters begin service

Eight full-time firefighters started their first day on the job in Washington County on Wednesday. → Read More

WCPS sophomores pursuing journalism, political dreams despite harsh climate

They may be teenage girls, but sophomores Maureen Rafter and Sara Malott have a lot more on their minds than prom dresses and Instagram posts. → Read More

Community Action Council calls for Hagerstown 'Cease Pain'

Every city has its problems, and Hagerstown is no different. → Read More

Kaplan University to be renamed Purdue University Global under Purdue acquisition

Last April, Indiana’s landmark university, Purdue, announced that it would acquire Kaplan University. → Read More

County commission approves Smithsburg annexation

The vote by the Washington County Board of Commissioners came with both support and opposition, but more than 65 acres of land have been approved to be annexed into the town of Smithsburg. → Read More

Pilot truck stop in Hagerstown robbed at gunpoint

Maryland State Police are looking for a man who robbed the Pilot Travel Center in Hagerstown at gun point on Tuesday morning. → Read More

Pet(s) of the Week: Chance

WDVM - Check out these adorable, adoptable pets in this week’s Pet(s) of the Week! → Read More

Two more suspects arrested in Wheaton Regional Park murder

Two more people were arrested on Thursday in the murder investigation of a man who was stabbed over 100 times. → Read More

Former foster child finds faith in music

High school is supposed to be filled with football games and first dates, but for Chima Daniel, it marked the start of his life in foster care. He entered the system to escape abusive parents. → Read More

Police are cracking down on drunk drivers during "dranksgiving"

Dranksgiving is the term coined for the celebrations that take place the night before Thanksgiving, but police are ready to crack down on drunk drivers. → Read More

UPDATE: Warrant issued for suspect in Dogwood Drive murder

A body was identified this morning after Sunday's car crash. → Read More

Sheriff: Four people dead after apparent carbon monoxide poisoning

Four people died in Kearneysville early Sunday morning from carbon monoxide poisoning inside a home on Hillcrest Drive, according to Jefferson County Sheriff Pete Dougherty. → Read More

Council recognizes Transgender Remembrance Day, World AIDS Day

Hagerstown City Council members recognized two dates near and dear to the LGBTQ community on Tuesday. → Read More

Hagerstown Councilman Don Munson resigns a year into second term

Hagerstown City Councilman Don Munson handed in his resignation on Friday, according to Mayor Bob Bruchey. → Read More

Hagerstown council puts debate over radio station's parody to bed with unanimous decision

Over a month ago, Hagerstown City Council members found themselves in a sticky situation when a radio station they advertise with, 101.5 Bob Rocks, ran a parody commercial about the city describing Hagerstown as a drug-ridden, crime fueled place filled with questionable residents. → Read More

UPDATE: NASA encourages Washington County businesses, students to shoot for stars

A doctor says his program uses genes and biology to protect people from security breaches or identity theft. → Read More

Meteorologist back on hot seat to explain winter effects of La Niña

Once again, WDVM's Meteorologist David Dickson is in the hot seat to explain himself to winter fanatics. → Read More