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Court nixes imprisoned ex-Virginia lawmaker's bid for relief

A federal appeals court has denied an imprisoned former Virginia lawmaker's bid to file a new appeal in light of the Supreme Court ruling in ex-Gov. Bob McDonnell's case.

FDA warns of fatal risks from mixing opioids and sedatives

Health officials are warnings doctors and patients about the potentially fatal consequences of mixing prescription painkillers and popular sedatives like Valium and Xanax, which can lead to…

Town of Marydel Mayor reportedly charged with theft

A state prosecutor announced Wednesday that a mayor and president of a town in Caroline County was charged with theft and misconduct among other charges.

Senators Carper, Coons, & Carney host veterans job fair in Middletown

Delaware's Congressional Delegation of Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons and Representative John Carney will host its second job fair for veterans on Thursday, September 1, in Middletown.

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Phone call scam in Dorchester County

On Tuesday, several people reportedly were contacted by telephone with the false claim of a warrant and then were asked for money.

Help restock the ReStore

Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County's ReStore is a retail outlet that sells furniture, appliances, building material, kitchen cabinets, windows, doors, hardware, and more. 

Re-opening of the Washington Inn and Tavern

The Town of Princess Anne has announced the Grand Opening of the Washington Inn and Tavern, located on Somerset Avenue.

UPDATE: Troopers still seeking help to locate a wanted Seaford woman

The Delaware State Police say they are continuing to seek the public's help in locating Ashley Gray, 27, of Seaford.

Governor Hogan changes Maryland schools start date

Governor Larry Hogan signed an executive order Wednesday that will require Maryland Public Schools to begin classes after Labor Day for the 2017-2018 school year.

Wine, cider sales in Va. hit record highs

Gov. Terry McAuliffe says Virginia wineries sold a record 6.6 million bottles during fiscal 2016.

UPDATE: Man identified in Assateague National Seashore drowning

A man has been identified in the drowning at the Assateague Island National Seashore that happened Tuesday afternoon.

September is campus fire safety month

The Office of the State Fire Marshal has released an article stressing the fact that with such hectic lives, students often do not pay attention to one thing that could seriously injure or kill…

Court nixes imprisoned ex-Virginia lawmaker's...

FDA warns of fatal risks from mixing opioids...

Town of Marydel Mayor reportedly charged with...

american flag

Senators Carper, Coons, & Carney host veterans...

Phone call scam in Dorchester County

Help restock the ReStore

Re-opening of the Washington Inn and Tavern

UPDATE: Troopers still seeking help to locate...

Governor Hogan changes Maryland schools start date

Wine, cider sales in Va. hit record highs

UPDATE: Man identified in Assateague National...

September is campus fire safety month


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