Antietam Broadband Customers Say They Need WDVM to Help Keep Them Safe

Maryland
A man was arrested for attempted murder after a brutal assault in downtown Hagerstown.
 
People that live in the area say they are upset they couldn’t turn on WDVM to get the news.
 
Antietam Broadband customers have not been able to see local news, weather, and sports coverage as Antietam Cable decided to not renew their deal with WDVM 25.

Residents of Locust Street say they have a right to know whats going on in the community, especially when crimes are happening so close to home.
 
“Knowing that I can’t turn on the TV to watch, I had no clue that that happened, its very scary to know that, this happend right around the corner, I always walk around in this vicinity. This needs to be on TV, it should be aired” said, Christina Tolbert, who lives near North Locust Street.
 
If you’d like to see WDVM 25 back on Antietam Broadband…call 301-766-4175.

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