Four new benches recently placed in Ocean City, Maryland are made from cigarette butts as part of a program aimed at reducing cigarette littering.
Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project was given $25,000 to help low-income families pump their septic systems during the pandemic.
Coronavirus cases at the Delaware beaches seem to be leveling off, but not before hitting lifeguard patrols along the coast.
Eight counties were awarded the nearly $2.3 million in Hogan's first wave of Eviction Prevention Partnership grants. Wicomico received $1 million.
School systems throughout Maryland have been tasked with developing their own recovery plans to submit before Aug. 14.
Hubert Smullen of Pittsville has been charged with first- and second-degree assault in connection with an incident that occurred on 4th of July.
A whale shark was spotted off the coast of Ocean City on Sunday by a group of anglers fishing in the Ocean City Marlin Club's Kid Classic.
1 Fish 2 Fish Crabs & Seafood in Salisbury, Maryland has contacted health officials and plans to remain closed until all employees have been tested.
Maryland private schools will wait until September to participate in athletics after the the MIAA and IAAM opted to delay the start of fall sports.
We seem to want to be "retro-active," and the world around us has responded accordingly with drive-in movies and more.
Lewes City Council will welcome two new municipal members this August.
Such "extreme heat" has lead the county health department to issue guidance on staying safe — and staying cool.
Bonz, a young boxer in the care of the Humane Society of Wicomico County, needed to have a hind leg amputated. He's now recovering in a foster home.
Ocean City and Delaware beaches running list of businesses that have closed out of concern or because a staff member(s) tested positive for COVID-19.
Meals are available for kids in Accomack County at five schools as part of its Summer Meal Program.
Mask wearing and social distancing might be waning as experts warn without that help, Ocean City could spark a new COVID-19 outbreak.
The joint air quality monitoring project by Delmarva Poultry Industry and Md. Dept. of the Environment on the Lower Eastern Shore has released data.
Social media is full of people who think they have seen a so-called 'murder hornet.' Chances are, on Delmarva, it's one of these 5 insects instead.
Parks, trails and natural areas in Chesapeake Bay states have been slammed as the masses seek relief from coronavirus stay-at-home orders.
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