A bill introduced by Maryland House Speaker proposes a $580 million settlement of a lawsuit over funding for historically black colleges.
Salisbury police are asking for the public's help in finding a statue that was stolen from the Salisbury Zoo.
Maryland lawmakers overrode a veto by Gov. Larry Hogan to chart a new course for oyster management in the state.
New homes and a flood of new students: Why development isn't funding schools in Indian River
According to U.S. Attorneys, Joseph Kukta, stole items shipped through FedEx and then resold them for 10-year span.
Jarrett John Wise of Ocean City, Maryland, faces more than four dozen child pornography charges, according to case records.
Gilligan's Waterfront Restaurant owners said their Milton location will remain open.
Northampton County planners tabled a decision on a proposed wedding venue near Cheriton to allow developers and neighbors to work on a compromise.
Former Princess Anne town manager Deborah Hrusko was charged with two felony counts of theft.
A Northrop Grumman Antares rocket with Cygnus spacecraft prepares for February 2020 launch from NASA Wallops Flight Facility to resupply ISS.
Overcrowded classrooms and portable trailers: This is the new normal for Indian River School District, which is facing a student population boom.
A Jan. 24 video by Ocean City Police Department shows a midnight patrol time-lapse on the 2.25-mile long Boardwalk.
Shore residents will soon be getting a new 948 telephone area code in addition to the familiar 757 code.
Delaware State Police have begun an investigation into the death of a woman found in a Laurel home.
Most of Route 113 near Germantown Road in Berlin is closed Thursday morning following a two-vehicle crash.
The Maryland State Highway Administration will close Route 90 from Ocean City to Route 50 Tuesday and Wednesday to complete maintenance on the highway.
The U.S. House of Representative voted to reauthorize the Chesapeake Bay Program for five years.
PFAS presence in wells is unconfirmed, but officials have plenty of reason to suspect longtime contamination. In 3 years, residents hadn't been told.
Gov. Larry Hogan called for action to fight "out-of-control violent crime" he said is "destroying Baltimore" in his State of the State address.
The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office is investigating reports of several hundred items stolen from gravsites at Springhill Memory Gardens.
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