Retired Ocean City doctor Victor Gong was windsurfing the evening of Oct. 10 when he got stranded in the Rehoboth Bay.
Maryland Department for the Environment released a greenhouse gas reduction plan that environmental activists say is too little, too late.
The Maryland Board of Public Works approved financial plans that will add an additional 30,000 square feet onto the Convention Center in Ocean City.
Rosenfeld's Jewish Deli has announced plans to open new locations as part of a new business partnership.
A rail trail to hike or bike will run from Crisfield to Westover, Maryland, once complete. The first phase is under way.
An Accomack, Virginia, company that uses microbes to clean contaminated industrial wastewater is attracting lots of interest.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources reported 2,341 crab-related violations across the state from 2013 to 2018.
Virginia F. Moore from Lewes died from injuries sustained in a Sept. 25, 2019 crash, Delaware State Police said Oct. 15, 2019.
On Oct. 10, Salisbury Middle School experienced an altercation between to male students which ended with one being flown to a Baltimore hospital.
As President Donald Trump acts to roll back environmental regulations, the states that surround the Chesapeake Bay are vowing to fight back.
A grand jury in Accomack indicted a number of people on drug charges, among others.
Mardela Middle and High School's 2019 homecoming dance was Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019.
Oysters were the king at the annual Chincoteague festival to celebrate the start of the new season on Oct. 12, 2019.
Somerset County Public Schools are closed Monday, Oct. 14 due to street flooding.
A Red Cross quilt made in Accomack, Virginia, during World War I and discovered in a British museum includes names of 694 donors.
The crash took place just before 7:30 a.m., about five miles from the Delaware state line.
The driver, 23-year-old Austin Moore of Seaford, was going too fast and lost control of the vehicle, police said.
A windsurfer was stranded overnight in Rehoboth Bay after his sail broke. The individual was found the next morning and police say he was uninjured.
Market Street in downtown Salisbury was flooded with high tide Saturday at about 3:30 p.m.
Hundreds gathered to enjoy some food, beer and music during the 2019 Good Beer Festival in Salisbury on Oct. 12, 2019.
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