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Hagerstown Police investigate after one person was shot on Dale Street late Sunday night. No word on a suspect or condition of the victim.
Congressman Devin Nunes is in Chambersburg as the guest of Congressman John Joyce on Saturday 11/16 – https://soundcloud.com/newstalk1037fm/04-nov-congressman-joyce-special#t=0:00 — Tikets are at 263-79-99 – NEWS TALK 1037FM’s Michele Jansen & Atty Clint Barkdoll will moderate.
Hagerstown City Leaders meet in work session today. Chambersburg Town Council members meet today to release the 2020 budget.
A wintry weather pattern that brought single-digit temperatures and more than a foot of snow to parts of the Upper Midwest rolled across a wide section of the nation Monday threatening to break hundreds of records and bring a deep freeze as far south as Florida. Turning windy and colder for us today too. Updates throughout the day from Meteorologist Pat Pagano.
Hagerstown police ask for help from the public as they investigate a shooting that occurred Sunday night. Officers responded to a shots fired call on Dale Street just after eleven Thursday. A 17 year old boy was wounded. He is expected to be okay. Police need help to ID a suspect.
The Antietam-Conococheague Watershed Alliance is leading Hagerstown residents in efforts to beautify their neighborhoods. The Alliance is hosting several street-tree planting events and litter cleanup as part of the group’s 2019 Keep Maryland Beautiful grant.
Public hearings start this week in the Trump impeachment probe. Key figures in President Trump’s impeachment inquiry will go public starting Wednesday. Congressman Republican Dr. John Joyce..
West Virginia State Police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint Thursday beginning at 6 p.m. in Berkeley County. The checkpoint will be on U.S. 11 near Evans Run Drive near Martinsburg, The secondary location will be on U.S. 11 near Musselman Drive near Inwood.The purpose of the checkpoint is to educate motorists about the effects of driving while impaired by alcohol, drugs or both.
The Downtown Business Council of Chambersburg will host its 50th annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, Nov. 23, at 6 p.m.