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Comptroller Franchot speaks at CPA Financial Symposium about Maryland's economy

Maryland's comptroller Peter Franchot spoke to a room of accountants about Maryland's economy at Salisbury University.
 

DE State Fire Marshal's office investigating three storm related house fires

The Delaware State Fire Marshal's office are  investigating three weather related home fires in Sussex County that resulted in minor damage to the first house and severe damages to the other two.

New Maryland stalking and domestic violence laws effective Oct. 1

It has been announced that new legislation to help domestic violence and sexual assault victims/survivors, passed by the Maryland General Assembly in 2016, will take effect in Maryland on…

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Flooding Photos September 2016

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Sussex Co. residents deal with flooding

Blocked off roads and standing water, this was the scene Thursday morning in parts of Sussex County.

Delaware DOJ warns about fraudulent fundraising calls for firefighters

The Consumer Fraud Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice is warning Delawareans to be cautious of unauthorized and fraudulent telephone solicitations just after the recent tragedy involving…

UPDATE: Trial date set for Princess Anne Commissioner

A trial date has been set for Princess Anne town commissioner arrested in May on charges of extortion.

UPDATED: DelDOT reports road impacts due to high water

The Department of Transportation has announced that there are several roads across the state being impacted due to high water levels with all of the heavy rains.

Four arrested following 2-month meth investigation

The Delaware State Police Kent County Drug Unit says it has arrested four people at the end of a two month investigation into the manufacturing of meth.

Environmental health officials ask residents to take health precautions after flooding

In Maryland, additional rainfall is expected through Friday so Health Department officials are reminding residents to take certain health and safety precautions.

Office of Animal Welfare reminds owners to protect pets in rainy weather

Officials remind us that rainy weather not only makes life harder for humans, it can make life harder for pets who spend time outdoors.

AWLQAC asking for donations for their medical fund

The Animal Welfare League of Queen Anne's County is looking for donations after they say their medical fund has been nearly depleted.

Comptroller Franchot speaks at CPA Financial...

DE State Fire Marshal's office investigating...

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New Maryland stalking and domestic violence...

Flooding Photos September 2016

Sussex Co. residents deal with flooding

Delaware DOJ warns about fraudulent fundraising...

UPDATE: Trial date set for Princess Anne...

UPDATED: DelDOT reports road impacts due to...

Four arrested following 2-month meth investigation

Environmental health officials ask residents to...

Office of Animal Welfare reminds owners to...

AWLQAC asking for donations for their medical fund


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