Following his state of emergency declaration, Salisbury took more steps and made tighter clarifications in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
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Police say there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the missing child, but he is considered "critically missing" due to his young age.
Ex-Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend's daughter, Maeve McKean, and grandson, Gideon, went missing while canoeing. The search was suspended.
Coronavirus: Maryland's prison system has 17 people — both inmates and employees — who have tested positive for COVID-19 as of April 3.
A 14-year-old student at Indian River High was charged Thursday for making terroristic threats against her school last month, according to Delaware State Police.
Maryland State Police have outlined the guidelines for religious facilities to hold drive-in services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ocean City officials introduced an ordinance Friday that would charge people with a misdemeanor if they violate the town's COVID-19 emergency orders.
Maryland coronavirus: Gov. Larry Hogan will address COVID-19 testing, hospitals and nursing homes during a press conference April 3.
Sue Hess, owner of former Hess Apparel department store in downtown Salisbury, died on April 1 at 87 years old.
Maryland coronavirus: Gov. Larry Hogan said April 3 that he is fighting to ward off "catastrophic economic collapse" among other COIVD-19 updates.
The Baltimore Sun reports that two canoeists who went missing are the daughter and grandson of former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend.
UMES will enroll 20 students in the university's new physician assistant program come August 2020, with plans to grow the program annually.
Pat Jolley, owner of Jolley Memorial Chapel and an active figure in the Salisbury, Maryland community, died March 25 at 63 years old.
Delaware public schools are closed through May 15, so Cape and Indian River districts are rolling out remote learning programs.
The latest updates on COVID-19 in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia for Friday, April 3, 2020.
Almost 2,000 Maryland workers lost their jobs in the last two weeks of March, with mass layoffs rapidly being reported as the state fights COVID-19.
When the coronavirus arrived, the helpers came out in droves, from folks grocery shopping for elderly neighbors, to restaurants giving away free food.
Saying that Delaware has shattered its previous monthly unemployment record is putting it mildly, as numbers start to come in on coronavirus' toll.
After school closures due to COVID-19, some Delmarva athletes must cope with their senior seasons abruptly ending.
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