SEE IT: Massive Christmas light display takes shape in Pittsville
China is reopening its market to U.S. poultry, ending a five-year ban that started after an outbreak of avian influenza in December 2014.
The Eastern Shore News Bank of Cheer 2019 is underway and seeks the community's help. The fund drive provides food to local needy families.
A coat closet in Accomack has given out 4,000 free coats and is starting its 10th winter season.
David Chambers has announced the expansion of APEX RF Conditioning in Salisbury, and expects to hire more than 100 new employees in the coming years.
Hemp farms find their footing in Maryland but must overcome challenges from planting to selling in an uncertain market.
Students and alumni from Maryland's four historically black colleges rallied Wednesday for resolution to a 13-year-old federal lawsuit over funding.
Here are the dates and times for Christmas parades in Sussex, Wicomico, Somerset, Worcester, Accomack and Northampton counties.
Maryland State Police have arrested two suspects in connection to a late-night stabbing in Wicomico County that left a 56-year-old man injured.
Less than two weeks after an 11-year-old accidentally overdosed on heroin belonging to his friend's father, the DEA held an already-planned youth drug summit to warn of the reality of drugs.
Rep. Elaine Luria answered questions during a town hall meeting in Cape Charles on Nov. 9.
Crisfield is turning off water supply to residents to make repairs after a water line break.
Snow came to Salisbury on Tuesday afternoon, the city's first snow fall of the season.
The recent closings of franchised eateries may be signaling a culinary gentrification of the beach scene, says columnist Mike Berger.
Ocean City is getting in the holiday spirit with its annual Winterfest of Lights.
Sussex County Council unanimously approved on Tuesday a 3% lodging tax that will bring $1.3 million in estimated revenue to southern Delaware.
Police are looking for whoever stole equipment from a church in Accomack.
Rep. Elaine Luria spoke about increasing the minimum wage during a town hall in Cape Charles, Virginia on Nov. 9, 2019.
Authorities in Maryland say a recreational fisherman from Virginia was found dead days after his running boat washed ashore with no one on it.
A Harriet Tubman stamp covered President Andrew Jackson's likeness on a $20 bill tendered at a Berlin, Maryland, bookstore.
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