President Trump's 2020 budget request includes a 90 percent cut in Chesapeake Bay Program funding, from $73 million to $7.3 million.
Georgetown, Delaware police now have a clinician riding along with an officer to connect people with mental health and substance abuse resources.
It has been determined that there is no credible threat to the safety of the children and staff at the Delmar Middle Sr. High School, police said.
Cole Kambarn Conklin, 29, admitted he entered H & H Pharmacy on Chincoteague on Jan. 11 during an Accomack County court appearance.
Georgetown Police Dept. adds mental health clinician to staff
NASA Wallops Flight Facility's April 2019 Antares rocket launch to ISS will carry 3 satellites from Virginia universities.
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6th Annual O’Nancock St. Patrick’s Parade and Celtic Festival was held Sunday, March 10.
Legislation to streamline penalties for those convicted of threats of mass violence has passed the Maryland Senate and is advancing in the House.
Costs for police records varied for more than three dozen departments reviewed in a Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association project.
Property values in the Mid-Atlantic region would be worth almost $900 million more without tidal flooding increases, according to a new study.
Gourmet sea salt is being made in Virginia by couple off Cobb Island. The state's salt making history ties Colonial days, Jamestown and Smith Island.
State police found a body on the side of a road in Laurel Saturday morning.
Police say they caught a man with a stash of drugs after he punched his girlfriend in the face and used her stolen car to ram a trooper’s vehicle.
Pocomoke City's new Police Chief Lee Brumley says he's looking forward to building strong relationships between officers and the community.
Sunday Fundays in Delaware's most southern party town will remain the same as Alex Pires and Highway One win a new lease for northbeach.
Investigations by deputies in Wicomico County, Maryland into drug distribution and illegal gun sales in March and February resulted in several arrests.
A 12-year-old girl faces criminal charges after the sheriff's office said she called in a bomb threat at Wicomico Middle School on March 7.
Here's how the Maryland Public Information Act explains the "reasonable fee" associated with obtaining public records.
Eastern Shore local Cora Johnston returned to the area last year to start her "dream job" as the site director of the UVA Coastal Research Center.
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