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Delaware governor to sign resolution apologizing for slavery

Gov. Jack Markell will sign a resolution apologizing for Delaware's role in slavery and wrongs committed against blacks during the Jim Crow era.

MADD to release first 50-state report on ignition interlocks

The group Mothers Against Drunk Driving will release its first report on the number of times drunken drivers are stopped from using their vehicles by ignition interlock devices in all 50 states.

Maryland lawmakers outline gun-control measures

Maryland Democrats are outlining a package of gun-control measures as part of their legislative priorities this session.

Students dismissed after bomb threat at Laurel Middle High School

A local middle school is being dismissed, after a bomb threat was called in Wednesday morning.

Salisbury Police investigating thefts of and from vehicles

A local police department is advising drivers to stay with their vehicles, while they warm up, to avoid being the victim of a crime.

PRMC brings new program to Maryland

For the elderly, a fall when at home when no one else is around could be fatal. Thirty-three percent of people age 65-years-old and older will fall, at 80-years-old, that increases to fifty…

Senate OKs bill allowing concealed guns for abuse victims

A bill that would allow people who are protected by a protective order to carry a hidden handgun without getting a permit is receiving bipartisan support in the General Assembly.

Chesapeake Conservancy: Obama budget contains $29M for bay

The Chesapeake Conservancy says the Obama administration included $29 million in the fiscal 2017 budget for land conservation across the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

Mayor Jackson-Stanley announces retirement

Cambridge Mayor Victoria Jackson Stanley confirmed Tuesday night that she will officially serve her last day in office April 1, 2016.

Md. former felons can vote in 2016 election

Voting rights have been restored for an estimated 40,000 former felons living in Maryland.

Sweet lesson from the past

If you're into chocolate, you probably don't need Valentine's Day as an excuse to indulge, but regardless residents on Delmarva can taste historic chocolate this Valentine's Day weekend.

Tax breaks you don't want to overlook

It's that time of the year that we all can't avoid...tax season. However, before you file you might want to dig up all those extra receipts because you might be eligible for some unexpected tax…

Delaware governor to sign resolution...

MADD to release first 50-state report on...

Maryland lawmakers outline gun-control measures

Students dismissed after bomb threat at Laurel...

Salisbury Police investigating thefts of and...

PRMC brings new program to Maryland

Senate OKs bill allowing concealed guns for...

Chesapeake Conservancy: Obama budget contains...

Mayor Jackson-Stanley announces retirement

Md. former felons can vote in 2016 election

Sweet lesson from the past

Tax breaks you don't want to overlook


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