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1-year old girl flown to hospital after being burned in Hagerstown

A 1-year-old girl was flown Monday afternoon to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore after suffering a burn in the 100 block of Winter Street, according to a Washington County 911 supervisor. Authorities were told at 4:02 p.m. that the girl stuck her arm in scalding water, the supervisor said. A land

HERALDMAILMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-21 02:45:00

Live from scene of pedestrian accident 11/22/17

Reporter Michelle Horst reports live from the scene of a pedestrian accident on North Walnut Street near Church Street in Hagerstown. Michelle Horst is the senior news anchor for Herald-Mail Media and HM News Now. She can be reached at 301-733-5131 ext. 2029 or by email at mhorst@herald-mail.com. O

HERALDMAILMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-21 18:10:00

Hagerstown man charged with rape of teen girl

A Hagerstown man charged with the 2016 rape of a girl at a home on East Washington Street will continue to be held without bond at the Washington County Detention Center. Dakota Datrill McDaniel, 31, appeared for the bond-review hearing Monday afternoon in Washington County District Court. His preli

HERALDMAILMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-20 22:28:09

Hagerstown youths receive new coats from firefighters

Photo by Valerie BonkA firefighter helps a Bester Elementary School student zip up her new coat Tuesday during the "Firefighters for Operation Warm" event during which members of Hagerstown Professional Firefighters Union IAFF 1605 donated 150 coats to children in need. Photo by Valerie BonkA firefi

HERALDMAILMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-21 22:14:09

Painting event supports Hagerstown Girls Inc. programs

Kim Lopp stood the rectangular piece of reclaimed wood on its short end atop a table on Sunday so she could paint a snowman-shaped design. Lopp said she has a similar reclaimed wood painting of a Maryland crab hanging in her Hagerstown living room. The text that shapes the snowman's body reads, "Wal


Local business blesses families in time for Thanksgiving

Adam Merrbaugh stood in the back of a box truck, dressed in a Santa hat, unloading frozen turkeys. Merrbaugh, who owns Adam's Demolition, said of his business: "We just tear things down and mess things up." But Tuesday morning at the Community Action Council in downtown Hagerstown, he was building u

HERALDMAILMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-21 23:00:16

Excited for the future, Serafini seeks new Senate term

Andrew Serafini went to Annapolis in January 2015 expecting to take his seat in the Maryland House of Delegates for four more years. Newly re-elected to the post in 2014, Serafini had served on the Ways and Means and Environmental Matters committees, and was chairman of the Washington County delegat

HERALDMAILMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-21 23:08:09

Warner named interim president at HCC

David Warner, who has nearly 25 years of experience at Hagerstown Community College, has been named interim president starting Jan. 1, college officials announced Tuesday. The HCC Board of Trustees has approved Warner's appointment to take over for outgoing President Guy Altieri after his retirement

HERALDMAILMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-21 22:14:10

Suffolk DA: Trial Of Selden Man Charged With Leaving Scene Of Fatal DWI Crash Starts November 28

Danny Bonilla Zavala, 20, allegedly had a blood-alcohol level to be .33, over four times the .08 legal threshold for DWI, cops say. The trial of a Danny Bonilla Zavala of Selden, 20, will start Tuesday (11-28) in Central Islip. Central Islip, NY - November 21, 2017 - The trial of a Selden man indict

LONGISLAND.COM - 2017-11-21 16:19:05

More residents find work as jobless rate is flat at 4.1%

Ryan Solan of Merrick, meets with Sharon Crane Priest, Sr. Account Executive at KForce Finance and Accounting, during a jobs fair at the Melville Marriot, Oct. 12, 2017. Photo Credit: Johnny Milano Long Island's unemployment rate was 4.1 percent in October, unchanged from a year-earlier, the state

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-21 19:15:32

FalconStor Software swings to a profit on restructuring

FalconStor Software Inc. said Tuesday that its restructuring effort paid off in the third quarter, as it swung to a profit from a loss a year earlier. The Melville company's stock gained 1 cent to 30 cents Tuesday afternoon, following the company's earnings report after the market close on Monday. N

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-21 18:58:11

Cops arrest two men after disturbance at Peconic vineyard

Southold Town police said pair who arrived at Osprey's on party bus cursed at patron, shouted at others and got in altercation with arresting officers. Two men were arrested this past weekend in Southold Town after police said they shouted at other patrons at a vineyard, knocked over barrels and got

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-21 22:26:35

Police: Trio painted Anti-Semitic statements at Long Island high school

Three suspects are wanted for vandalizing a Long Island high school. Surveillance shows a young man in a Giants sweatshirt and a woman with blonde hair driving a white Acura MDX at Syosset High School back in August. The two suspects are seen with another woman in a black mask who was already wanted

ABC7NY.COM - 2017-11-21 13:47:36

Police Release New Photos In Syosset High School Bias Crime Investigation

SYOSSET, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) - As students get ready for the Thanksgiving holiday break police are still investigating a bias crime that happened at Syosset High School over the summer. In August, a security guard found anti-Semitic writings, including swastikas, spray painted on the back walls, doors

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-21 11:52:44

State silent about new design for Exit 131

GOSHEN - Questions about changes in the design for the $115 million reconfiguration of Route 17's Exit 131 went unanswered at the Orange County Transportation Council's meeting Tuesday. Dan Coots, the state Department of Transportation's regional planning and mobility manager, told the council by te

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-11-22 00:43:25

Records: Baumann lays off 134 bus drivers after strike

The bus company where unionized drivers had been on strike for nearly two weeks, impacting four Nassau County school districts, has laid off 134 employees, after two of the districts had canceled their contracts, state records show. Baumann & Sons Buses Inc. cited the loss of transportation contract

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-21 18:09:00

Sulphur High School senior will perform with band at U.S. Army All-American Bowl

Sulphur High School senior band member Ethyn Evans has been recognized as a 2018 U.S. Army All-American, and will perform with the U.S. Army All-American Band at half-time of the nationally-broadcast U.S. Army All-American Bowl at noon, Saturday, Jan. 6, on NBC. The game takes place in the Alamodom

LAKE CHARLES AMERICAN PRESS - 2017-11-20 19:00:00

Sulphur Council overrides Mayor's veto of bond ordinance

In a special meeting Monday night, the Sulphur City Council voted to override a veto by Mayor Chris Duncan regarding a $15 million bond issue. The ordinance allows a $15 million bond issue for various city projects, which Mayor Duncan believes could be paid for without the bond issue. "Just the inte

KPLC TV - 2017-11-21 00:27:16

RW Vincent, Cypress Cove lead West Cal schools that improve performance scores

R.W. Vincent Elementary in Sulphur has much to be thankful for this November. Recently released state results show the school brought its School Performance Score up 22 percent - from 72, or "C,"to 93.2, or "B." "We are so very proud of our tremendous growth. Everyone worked so hard to make this hap

SOUTHWEST DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-21 15:12:00

Lake Charles man arrested for the murder of Sulphur resident

A Lake Charles man was taken into custody late Saturday afternoon in connection to a homicide in the city, according to Sulphur Police Chief Lewis Coats. Blake Poullard, 17, of Lake Charles, was charged with the second degree murder of David Reed III, of Sulphur. SPD officers were dispatched to the

SOUTHWEST DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-20 15:16:00