HAGERSTOWN, Md. - After numerous meetings at the bargaining table, and the looming end of the year deadline, the city of Hagerstown announced police contracts will be extended. "We have decided to extend the police contract three months from January 1 to March 31," said Martin Brubaker, Hagerstown City Council. Negotiations between the city and officers have been ongoing for
Hagerstown, MD - Officials say an arrest was made Tuesday evening in connection to a severe case of animal abuse involving a Chihuahua who was severely burned. The case started the day before Thanksgiving, when they got a call from a man who found the dog hiding and crying under a bush in City Park. The dog, who officials with the
Hagerstown, MD - Officials with the Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office say a man suspected of setting a Habitat for Humanity house on fire last week turned himself in at the Washington County Detention Center Tuesday afternoon. Donathon Dowayne Cooper has been charged with first and second degree arson, second degree attempted murder, reckless endangerment, malicious burning and malicious destruction of
NEW YEAR ---- NEW CONTRACT? THAT'S WHAT HAGERSTOWN POLICE OFFICERS WERE HOPING FOR ... BUT AS W-H-A-G'S JENNIFER LEE TELLS US --- IT LOOKS LIKE CONTRACT NEGOTIONS WILL KEEP GOING INTO 2014.
OFFICIALS WITH THE MARYLAND STATE FIRE MARSHALS SAY -- A MAN WANTED FOR SETTING A HABITAT FOR HUMANITY HOUSE ON FIRE LAST WEEK -- HAS TURNED HIMSELF IN.