"The fair is not going to be the usual setup that we've known over the past 100 years."
The Justice Department's announcement comes about two weeks after 20 protesters were charged following a march on Route 13.
Residents should understand their rights and resources, while many wait for what to expect when the moratorium on evictions evaporates.
Here's what to expect in Ocean City for the Fourth of July when it comes to weather, coronavirus restrictions, what will be open and morel
A Maryland man was arrested in connection with a June 10 explosion and fire caused by fireworks at an Ocean City apartment building.
Route 113 in Dagsboro is closed due to a serious crash involving multiple vehicle, Delaware State Police report.
Scott Taylor won the Republican primary Tuesday to set a rematch with Elaine Luria for Virginia's 2nd District congressional seat.
Coronavirus news from Delaware, Maryland and Virginia for June 24: Somerset County plans another testing event; Virginia sets Phase Three start date.
Is swimming allowed? Can I rent a hotel? What businesses are open? Here are some answers to questions beach-goers might have this weekend.
Chesapeake Bay's dead zone is expected to be slightly smaller but a big part will likely still suffer from low oxygen this summer.
A swimmer was captured in a viral video holding a shark with his bare hands off the coast of Cape Henlopen State Park Beach in Delaware.
A beachgoer captured this viral video of a man holding a shark off the coast of Cape Henlopen State Park Beach in Delaware over the weekend.
The Ocean City Council spent Tuesday debating when it should reschedule its Fourth of July fireworks. Some notable dates came up including the OC Air Show and Labor Day.
Pearl Market, near the southern tip of Northampton County, hosted a pop-up farmers and artisans Market on June 20.
The organizers of the White Marlin Open are asking the Ocean City Council to support the fishing tournament as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold.
Gov. Ralph Northam announced Tuesday that Phase Three of the Forward Virginia reopening plan will begin next Wednesday, July 1.
Indian River superintendent Mark Steele will retire June 30 after nearly four decades serving the school district. Jay Owens will succeed.
Edwin Horner of Berlin, Maryland was arrested after an assault inside a car in West Ocean City, according to the Worcester Bureau of Investigation.
Coronavirus news from Maryland, Delaware and Virginia for June 23: Shorebirds cancel July 4th fireworks; Va. has 25 new deaths, but none from Shore.
Kenisha A. Ward of Baltimore and Devon L. Jones of Randallstown face multiple charges in a Sunday night incident at an Ocean City deli, police said.
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