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Dewey Beach raises money for local favorite

Roughly two weeks ago Ed's Chicken and Crab, a long time staple in Dewey Beach,   burned down. But the community rallied and Wednesday showed Eddie Riggen,  the owner of Ed's Chicken and Crab, …

A Vienna minister donates backpacks to Vienna Elementary School

In Vienna, a minister at a local church handed out backpacks at Vienna Elementary school. The church hopes to give these supplies to about 100 students.

Construction near Salisbury University may be causing delays with move-in day

On Thursday August 24, 2016 move-in day starts for all freshman at Salisbury University.

UPDATE: WMO prize money withheld pending investigation

Two weeks after an angler caught the only qualifying white marlin during the 43rd annual billfish tournament, officials announce the cash prize would be withheld pending an investigation.

Del. WIC program starts farmer's market coupons

Fresh fruits and vegetables can be pricey, making it harder for some to get their hands on.

OCPD investigates armed bank robbery

Ocean City Police say they are investigating a bank robbery that happened at the Bank of Ocean City on Coastal Highway.

Another arrested in connection with Operation "Duck Hunt"

On August 16, a man was reportedly extradited back to Delaware from Puerto Rico in connection with Operation Duck Hunt.

Governor Hogan releases statement on federal redistricting lawsuit

Governor Larry Hogan issued a statement on Wednesday in response to a judicial panel ruling in favor of a Maryland-based federal redistricting lawsuit moving forward.

Two men stopped from burglarizing a Salisbury home

Salisbury Police say they arrested two men who were in the process of burglarizing a home early Saturday evening.

All lanes on Capital Beltway open after truck crash

Transportation officials say all lanes on the inner loop of the Capital Beltway are open after an overturned tractor-trailer snarled morning rush hour traffic.

Ex-official in Maryland convicted on 3 prostitution charges

The former president of a Maryland county commission has been found guilty of three misdemeanor prostitution-related offenses.

Invasive, tree-killing beetle discovered in Delaware

A destructive, invasive beetle that kills certain trees has been detected in Delaware.

Dewey Beach raises money for local favorite

A Vienna minister donates backpacks to Vienna...

Construction near Salisbury University may be...

UPDATE: WMO prize money withheld pending...

Del. WIC program starts farmer's market coupons

OCPD investigates armed bank robbery

Another arrested in connection with Operation "...

Governor Hogan releases statement on federal...

Two men stopped from burglarizing a Salisbury home

All lanes on Capital Beltway open after truck...

Ex-official in Maryland convicted on 3...

Invasive, tree-killing beetle discovered in...


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