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.
The bill would make it a felony for law enforcement to use techniques that can hurt or kill someone due to lack of blood or oxygen flow.
Sen. Chris Van Hollen has written to the Talbot County Council to back a movement to have a Confederate monument removed from the courthouse lawn.
Colin Heckman of Pennsylvania has been charged with assault and reckless endangerment in an Ocean City, Maryland shooting, according to police.
With drive-in movie theaters already open in Delaware, drive-in concerts are next for our socially distant summer.
Coronavirus news from Maryland, Delaware and Virginia for June 22: more than 5,200 tests have been conducted on Va. Eastern Shore.
Trimper's Rides in Ocean City is adding another ride to its collection this week as part of some larger changes the Trimper family is making to the park.
Ocean City is bringing back its summer events, and adding some new ones, to help entertain guests and residents this summer.
With a 4-to-3 vote, council agreed to make about $1 million in reductions and $1 million in reallocation before passing the operating budget.
Residents in Ocean Pines, Berlin and West Ocean City found KKK flyers in their driveways, amid a global movement against racism and police brutality.
Delaware health officials are encouraging teens to test for COVID-19, after three were infected while celebrating senior week in Dewey Beach.
A new daily pass will be offered to visitors to the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge.
Northampton County will receive just over a million dollars in CARES Act funding to cope with impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Fed up with a Delaware Bay "full of shoals," English explorer Henry Hudson sailed farther up the coast to the river that now bears his name.
This year, the emancipation holiday was celebrated amid a national reckoning on race and social justice. See how it took shape in Salisbury, Maryland.
Activists organized a caravan through Salisbury on Friday afternoon to celebrate Juneteenth, the day that honors the abolishment of slavery in the US.
Delaware State Police identify two individuals that were found dead early Sunday morning.
Salisbury officials renamed Broad Street as Black Lives Matter Boulevard on June 19, the day as known as Juneteenth.
Delmarva Now pieced together through eyewitness, social media posts and police accounts the violence and unruliness on the Ocean City Boardwalk.
The plan also allows for limited communal dining and small group activities to resume with proper precautions in place.
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