Jacovi Johnson, the man police say was wanted for opening fire on a pool party in Glen Burnie, Maryland, was arrested in an Ocean City traffic stop.
Maryland State Police are searching for an unidentified male suspect who they say escaped the Somerset County Detention Center late Tuesday night.
Eastern Shore native Charles Baines IV is working to change the sports culture in Australia, where he plays pro basketball for the Dubbo Rams.
After a local case of Vibrio, confusion online about the flesh-eating bacteria spread online.
Wicomico River hero honored during Anchorage Hero's reception
Kelvin Sewell, former Pocomoke City police chief, will on three years probation, state prosecutors said Tuesday.
Ben Paepcke has been paralyzed after a diving accident that occurred in Ocean City on July 4. He is currently in a shock trauma center in Baltimore.
A Horntown woman was arrested in connection with the stabbing of another woman in the town on July 7.
Lela Adel Daehnke, a 76-year-old pedestrian, is hospitalized following a vehicle collision
Ocean City has a new fire chief and he plans to try and raise the bar of the department, something the town wants to see as well.
Chincoteague Volunteer Fireman's Carnival is an annual island tradition.
A community garden and programs at Northampton Free Library promote gardening.
Police say Lakayla Bivens of Fruitland, who was reported missing, returned home unharmed Monday morning.
Nassau Orchards in Sussex County is celebrating 100 years of growing peaches and apples in Delaware.
Former Representative Scott Taylor says he's running for U.S. Senate in Virginia, hoping to unseat Democrat Mark Warner.
Here's what you need to know about the 2019 Pony Swim and all of Pony Penning coming to Chincoteague Island this July.
Nearly 2,000 people attended Ocean Pines’ Fourth of July events, including a 5K race, carnival and fireworks show at the Veterans Memorial Park.
The Conowingo Dam is still producing power, but its days of effectively trapping sediment are over. Behind the barrier lies a massive inventory of coal-black muck.
There were 362 Canada geese euthanized last week, by request of the city of Salisbury to manage "an excessive population."
Last week, 362 Canada geese were euthanized, by request of the city of Salisbury to manage "an excessive population."
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