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  • Downtown Tree Lighting Excites Community

    Downtown Tree Lighting Excites Community

    11/17/2017 23:38:00 -05:002017-11-18 04:38:00 GMT
    Friday, November 17 2017 11:45 PM EST2017-11-18 04:45:07 GMT
    Downtown Salisbury Tree Lighting CeremonyDowntown Salisbury Tree Lighting Ceremony
    SALISBURY, Md.- Downtown Salisbury flipped the switch on Friday night, lighting up their 18-foot Christmas tree and 5-foot menorah for the holiday season. With the excitement of this first holiday event many community members said even though it isnMore
    Downtown Salisbury flipped the switch on Friday night, lighting up their 18-foot Christmas tree and 5-foot menorah for the holiday season.More
  • New Report Finds Industrial Facilities Violating Pollution Permits, Harming Bay

    New Report Finds Industrial Facilities Violating Pollution Permits, Harming Bay

    11/17/2017 19:10:00 -05:002017-11-18 00:10:00 GMT
    Friday, November 17 2017 7:10 PM EST2017-11-18 00:10:32 GMT
    From the sewer to the ocean and everything in between, environmentalists say stormwater pollution is draining the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
    It's a problem that isn't getting better.
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    From the sewer to the ocean and everything in between, environmentalists say stormwater pollution is draining the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
    It's a problem that isn't getting better.
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  • Parkside High School Teacher Back Behind Bars

    Parkside High School Teacher Back Behind Bars

    11/17/2017 17:29:00 -05:002017-11-17 22:29:00 GMT
    Friday, November 17 2017 5:29 PM EST2017-11-17 22:29:39 GMT
    Monica W. SneeMonica W. Snee
    The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office says the Parkside High School teacher arrested earlier this week in connection to a drug investigation is back behind bars.More
    The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office says the Parkside High School teacher arrested earlier this week in connection to a drug investigation is back behind bars.More
  • Median fence along Ocean City Coastal Highway underway

    Median fence along Ocean City Coastal Highway underway

    11/17/2017 17:24:00 -05:002017-11-17 22:24:00 GMT
    Friday, November 17 2017 5:24 PM EST2017-11-17 22:24:59 GMT
    Work is underway to keep pedestrians safe along Coastal Highway. 
    Workers used construction machinery to remove landscaping from the media. They're preparing to install a 5-7 foot aluminum fence that will stretch from the convention center to 62nd street.
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    Work is underway to keep pedestrians safe along Coastal Highway. 
    Workers used construction machinery to remove landscaping from the media. They're preparing to install a 5-7 foot aluminum fence that will stretch from the convention center to 62nd street.
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  • Parkside High Student Tased During Arrest

    Parkside High Student Tased During Arrest

    11/17/2017 15:57:00 -05:002017-11-17 20:57:00 GMT
    Friday, November 17 2017 3:57 PM EST2017-11-17 20:57:05 GMT
    Parkside High School (Photo: WBOC)Parkside High School (Photo: WBOC)
    The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office reports a Parkside High School student was tased by police during a drug investigation.More
    The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office reports a Parkside High School student was tased by police during a drug investigation.More
  • 3 Eastern Shore Conservation Groups Merge

    3 Eastern Shore Conservation Groups Merge

    11/17/2017 11:02:00 -05:002017-11-17 16:02:00 GMT
    Friday, November 17 2017 11:02 AM EST2017-11-17 16:02:59 GMT
    Three Maryland Eastern Shore conservation groups are merging.More
    Three Maryland Eastern Shore conservation groups are merging.More
  • Pocomoke City's Solution for Murky Water: Replace the Pipes

    Pocomoke City has a solution for murky water: replacing pipes

    11/16/2017 15:48:00 -05:002017-11-16 20:48:00 GMT
    Friday, November 17 2017 7:15 AM EST2017-11-17 12:15:46 GMT
    Neighbors say the quality of water has been an ongoing issue for decades now. 
    City leaders say the water pipes are to blame and they plan on replacing those pipes beginning in December.
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    Neighbors say the quality of Pocomoke City's water has been an ongoing issue for decades now. But now city leaders are taking action to deal with the problem.More
  • State Officials Address Education Concerns at NAACP Meeting

    State Officials Address Education Concerns at NAACP Meeting

    11/16/2017 22:43:00 -05:002017-11-17 03:43:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 16 2017 10:49 PM EST2017-11-17 03:49:36 GMT
    Maryland State Leaders speaking at NAACP meeting on Thursday.Maryland State Leaders speaking at NAACP meeting on Thursday.
    SALISBURY, Md.- The NAACP hosted a community meeting on Thursday with state officials to discuss a broad range of topics. One of the focal points, was education. Based on the format of the panel, people like Amber Green felt like repMore
    The NAACP hosted a community meeting on Thursday with state officials to discuss a broad range of topics. One of the focal points, was education.More
  • Some Concerned Over Solar Farm Coming to Hurlock

    Some Concerned Over Solar Farm Coming to Hurlock

    11/16/2017 18:02:00 -05:002017-11-16 23:02:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 16 2017 6:02 PM EST2017-11-16 23:02:21 GMT
    Courtesy: Invenergy LLCCourtesy: Invenergy LLC
    Green grass and blue skies are part of the view from Dorothy Ewing's home in Hurlock, but that could soon change with a 300 acre solar farm right across the street.More
    Green grass and blue skies are part of the view from Dorothy Ewing's home in Hurlock, but that could soon change with a 300 acre solar farm right across the street.More
  • Wicomico County Celebrates The Great American Smokeout

    Wicomico County Celebrates The Great American Smokeout

    11/16/2017 17:53:00 -05:002017-11-16 22:53:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 16 2017 5:53 PM EST2017-11-16 22:53:49 GMT
    Smoking (WBOC PHOTO)Smoking (WBOC PHOTO)
    Every year on the third Thursday of November, the Great American Smokeout challenges people to quit smoking. Smokers across the nation use the date as the start of a long-term quit attempt or to practice quitting for a day.More
    Every year on the third Thursday of November, the Great American Smokeout challenges people to quit smoking. Smokers across the nation use the date as the start of a long-term quit attempt or to practice quitting for a day.More
  • Baltimore Detective Dies After Being Shot on Duty

    Baltimore Detective Dies After Being Shot on Duty

    11/16/2017 15:32:00 -05:002017-11-16 20:32:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 16 2017 3:32 PM EST2017-11-16 20:32:15 GMT
    A Baltimore homicide detective has died a day after he was shot in the head while conducting an investigation.More
    A Baltimore homicide detective has died a day after he was shot in the head while conducting an investigation.More
  • County Leaders at Odds Over Wor-Wic Scholarship GPA

    County Leaders at Odds Over Wor-Wic Scholarship GPA

    11/16/2017 14:47:00 -05:002017-11-16 19:47:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 16 2017 2:56 PM EST2017-11-16 19:56:15 GMT
    The Wicomico County Council is proposing a 2.5 GPA requirement of applicants of the Wicomico Economic Impact Scholarship Program at Wor-Wic Community College.More
    The Wicomico County Council is proposing a 2.5 GPA requirement of applicants of the Wicomico Economic Impact Scholarship Program at Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury. But the county executive and Wor-Wic's president have concerns about the proposal.More
  • Convicted Easton Felon Wanted on Gun, Assault Charges

    Convicted Easton Felon Wanted on Gun, Assault Charges

    11/16/2017 13:40:00 -05:002017-11-16 18:40:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 16 2017 1:40 PM EST2017-11-16 18:40:28 GMT
    Tracey SherwoodTracey Sherwood
    Maryland State Police are asking the public's help in locating a convicted felon from Easton wanted on gun, assault and related charges.More
    Maryland State Police are asking the public's help in locating a convicted felon from Easton wanted on gun, assault and related charges.More
  • Groups Call for Tighter Runoff Laws at Md. Industrial Sites

    Groups Call for Tighter Runoff Laws at Md. Industrial Sites

    11/16/2017 11:38:00 -05:002017-11-16 16:38:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 16 2017 11:38 AM EST2017-11-16 16:38:26 GMT
    Environmental groups are calling for tighter laws to prevent stormwater runoff pollution at Maryland industrial sites.More
    Environmental groups are calling for tighter laws to prevent stormwater runoff pollution at Maryland industrial sites.More
  • Maryland Announces 7 Apprenticeship Programs

    Maryland Announces 7 Apprenticeship Programs

    11/16/2017 07:46:00 -05:002017-11-16 12:46:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 16 2017 7:46 AM EST2017-11-16 12:46:41 GMT
    The state of Maryland is announcing new apprenticeship programs.More
    The state of Maryland is announcing new apprenticeship programs.More
  • Parents React to Parkside High Teacher Arrest in Salisbury

    Parents React to Parkside High Teacher Arrest in Salisbury

    11/15/2017 19:33:00 -05:002017-11-16 00:33:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 15 2017 7:33 PM EST2017-11-16 00:33:15 GMT
    Parkside High School (Photo: WBOC)Parkside High School (Photo: WBOC)
    Parkside High parents and families feel a mix of concern and confusion after learning of a special education teacher's arrest for alleged distribution of heroin and oxycodone on school grounds.More
    Parkside High parents and families feel a mix of concern and confusion after learning of a special education teacher's arrest for alleged distribution of heroin and oxycodone on school grounds.More
  • Study Looking into Building New Bay Bridge

    Study Looking into Building New Bay Bridge

    11/15/2017 19:19:00 -05:002017-11-16 00:19:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 15 2017 7:19 PM EST2017-11-16 00:19:07 GMT
    Blue skies and blue water - all part of the view you get driving across the Bay Bridge.More
    Blue skies and blue water - all part of the view you get driving across the Bay Bridge.More
  • Ocean City fisherman make rare catch

    Ocean City fisherman make rare catch

    11/15/2017 17:43:00 -05:002017-11-15 22:43:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 15 2017 5:43 PM EST2017-11-15 22:43:08 GMT
    Four fisherman made what many are calling a rare catch in Ocean City. The fisherman caught a 105 pound Opah , also known as a Moonfish. This fish is typically found in tropical waters.More
    Four fisherman made what many are calling a rare catch in Ocean City. The fisherman caught a 105 pound Opah , also known as a Moonfish. This fish is typically found in tropical waters.More
  • Parkside High School Teacher Arrested for Dealing Heroin, Prescription Meds on School Grounds

    Parkside High School Teacher Charged with Drug Distribution

    11/14/2017 21:11:00 -05:002017-11-15 02:11:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 15 2017 1:35 PM EST2017-11-15 18:35:28 GMT
    Monica W. Snee (Photo credit: Wicomico County Sheriff's Office)Monica W. Snee (Photo credit: Wicomico County Sheriff's Office)
    A special education teacher at Parkside High School in Salisbury was arrested and placed on administrative leave Tuesday pending the outcome of an investigation for alleged distribution of heroin on school grounds, authorities said.More
    A special education teacher at Parkside High School in Salisbury was arrested and placed on administrative leave Tuesday pending the outcome of an investigation for alleged distribution of heroin on school grounds, authorities said.More
  • Salisbury Man Arrested on Sex Charges

    Salisbury Man Arrested on Sex Charges

    11/15/2017 11:05:00 -05:002017-11-15 16:05:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 15 2017 11:25 AM EST2017-11-15 16:25:31 GMT
    Richard Nathaniel JonesRichard Nathaniel Jones
    A Salisbury man was arrested in Dorchester County on sex charges.More
    A Salisbury man has been arrested in Dorchester County on sex charges.More
  • Watermen Happy for Small Win over Menhaden Regulation

    Watermen Happy for Small Win over Menhaden Regulation

    11/14/2017 18:28:00 -05:002017-11-14 23:28:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 14 2017 8:40 PM EST2017-11-15 01:40:21 GMT
    It's a small fish that's making a big splash. It's called menhaden.More
    It's a small fish that's making a big splash. It's called menhaden.More
  • Active Shooter Training Session In The Works

    Active Shooter Training Session In The Works

    11/14/2017 18:28:00 -05:002017-11-14 23:28:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 14 2017 6:28 PM EST2017-11-14 23:28:42 GMT
    Church (WBOC Photo)Church (WBOC Photo)
    Guns in churches, a topic that's being discussed nationwide after the recent Texas shooting. Now, Delmarva law enforcement officials are taking a stand to make sure that churches and businesses are prepared to deal with an active shooter situation.More
    Guns in churches, a topic that's being discussed nationwide after the recent Texas shooting. Now, Delmarva law enforcement officials are taking a stand to make sure that churches and businesses are prepared to deal with an active shooter situation.More
  • Police Find No Explosives After Salisbury Pohanka Nissan Bomb Threat

    Police Find No Explosives After Salisbury Pohanka Nissan Bomb Threat

    11/14/2017 13:51:00 -05:002017-11-14 18:51:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 14 2017 2:35 PM EST2017-11-14 19:35:48 GMT
    Chopper 16 over Bomb Threat at Pohanka Nissan.Chopper 16 over Bomb Threat at Pohanka Nissan.
    Maryland State Police Salisbury Barrack has found no explosives after a bomb threat at Pohanka Nissan Tuesday morning.More
    Maryland State Police no explosives were found after a bomb threat was called in to the Pohanka Nissan in Salisbury on Tuesday morning.More
  • Suspected Rare Fish Caught in Ocean City

    Rare Fish Caught in Ocean City

    11/14/2017 12:48:00 -05:002017-11-14 17:48:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 14 2017 12:53 PM EST2017-11-14 17:53:39 GMT
    A suspected rare fish was caught over the weekend.A suspected rare fish was caught over the weekend.
    A Maryland fishing party may have made a rare catch- a 105-pound opah, or moonfish.More
    A Maryland fishing party may have made a rare catch- a 105-pound opah, or moonfish.More
  • Deputies Arrest Crisfield Man on Drug Charges

    Deputies Arrest Crisfield Man on Drug Charges

    11/14/2017 11:34:00 -05:002017-11-14 16:34:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 14 2017 11:37 AM EST2017-11-14 16:37:20 GMT
    Deputies from the Somerset County Sheriff's Office have arrested a Crisfield man on drug charges.More
    Deputies from the Somerset County Sheriff's Office have arrested a Crisfield man on drug charges.More
  • Neighbors, Business Owners Weigh In on High Street Repair

    Neighbors, Business Owners Weigh In on High Street Repair

    11/13/2017 19:42:00 -05:002017-11-14 00:42:00 GMT
    Monday, November 13 2017 7:42 PM EST2017-11-14 00:42:17 GMT
    Cracks in Marianne Benson's home aren't just from old age. She says a lot of it comes from traffic on High Street.More
    Cracks in Marianne Benson's home aren't just from old age. She says a lot of it comes from traffic on High Street.More
  • Stomach Flu Outbreak Investigation Linked to Fager's Island

    Stomach Flu Outbreak Investigation Linked to Fager's Island

    11/13/2017 15:53:00 -05:002017-11-13 20:53:00 GMT
    Monday, November 13 2017 3:53 PM EST2017-11-13 20:53:57 GMT
    Health officials in Maryland are investigating an outbreak of the stomach flu among people who attended a food festival.More
    Health officials in Maryland are investigating an outbreak of the stomach flu among people who attended a food festival.More
  • Trump Names Salisbury Native as New Health Secretary

    Trump Names Salisbury Native as New Health Secretary

    11/13/2017 11:02:00 -05:002017-11-13 16:02:00 GMT
    Monday, November 13 2017 11:02 AM EST2017-11-13 16:02:03 GMT
    Alex Azar II, then the deputy secretary of Health and Human Services in the George W. Bush administration, speaks at a Michigan pandemic influenza summit in Detroit in 2006.  (Photo: AP)Alex Azar II, then the deputy secretary of Health and Human Services in the George W. Bush administration, speaks at a Michigan pandemic influenza summit in Detroit in 2006. (Photo: AP)
    Turning to an industry he's rebuked, President Donald Trump on Monday picked a former top pharmaceutical and government executive who grew up in Salisbury, Maryland to be his health and human services secretary.More
    Turning to an industry he's rebuked, President Donald Trump on Monday picked a former top pharmaceutical and government executive who grew up in Salisbury, Maryland to be his health and human services secretary.More
  • Weekend Fire Ruins Salisbury Home

    Weekend Fire Ruins Salisbury Home

    11/13/2017 10:38:00 -05:002017-11-13 15:38:00 GMT
    Monday, November 13 2017 10:41 AM EST2017-11-13 15:41:11 GMT
    Authorities are investigating an early Saturday morning fire that heavily damaged a home in Salisbury.More
    Authorities are investigating an early Saturday morning fire that heavily damaged a home in Salisbury, Maryland.More
  • Decision Due About Management of Menhaden Fish

    Decision Due About Management of Menhaden Fish

    11/13/2017 03:58:00 -05:002017-11-13 08:58:00 GMT
    Monday, November 13 2017 10:31 AM EST2017-11-13 15:31:39 GMT
    (Photo:  AFP/Getty Images via CBS)(Photo: AFP/Getty Images via CBS)
    Interstate fishing regulators are deciding whether they want to change the way they manage a tiny fish that plays a critical role in the ocean's food chain.More
    Interstate fishing regulators are deciding whether they want to change the way they manage a tiny fish that plays a critical role in the ocean's food chain.More
  • Pinocchio Settling in at Salisbury Zoo

    Pinocchio's First Full Day in Delmarva

    11/12/2017 17:11:00 -05:002017-11-12 22:11:00 GMT
    Monday, November 13 2017 4:26 AM EST2017-11-13 09:26:22 GMT
    Sunday was Pinocchio's first full day at the Salisbury Zoo and he seems to be adjusting well to his new home.More
    Sunday was Pinocchio's first full day at the Salisbury Zoo and he seems to be adjusting well to his new home.More
  • Md. Health Officials Investigate Stomach Flu Outbreak in Ocean City

    Md. Health Officials Investigate Stomach Flu Outbreak in Ocean City

    11/13/2017 04:12:00 -05:002017-11-13 09:12:00 GMT
    Monday, November 13 2017 4:12 AM EST2017-11-13 09:12:29 GMT
    Health officials in Maryland are investigating an outbreak of the stomach flu among people who attended an Ocean City food festival.More
    Health officials in Maryland are investigating an outbreak of the stomach flu among people who attended an Ocean City food festival.More
  • Pinocchio the Bear Finally Arrives in Salisbury

    Pinocchio the Bear Finally Arrives in Salisbury

    11/11/2017 17:49:00 -05:002017-11-11 22:49:00 GMT
    Saturday, November 11 2017 5:49 PM EST2017-11-11 22:49:29 GMT
    Today's the day many have been waiting for, Delmarva welcomed a new resident to town.
    Pinocchio finally made his arrival to the Salisbury zoo this afternoon.
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    Today's the day many have been waiting for, Delmarva welcomed a new resident to town.
    Pinocchio finally made his arrival to the Salisbury zoo this afternoon.
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  • Salisbury Zoo Prepares for Pinocchio

    Salisbury Zoo Prepares for Pinocchio

    11/10/2017 19:30:00 -05:002017-11-11 00:30:00 GMT
    Saturday, November 11 2017 8:22 AM EST2017-11-11 13:22:23 GMT
    The Salisbury Zoo bear exhibitThe Salisbury Zoo bear exhibit
    SALISBURY, Md.- The Salisbury Zoo is finalizing preparations for the arrival of their latest addition. An Andean bear named Pinocchio. Salisbury Zoo Director Ralph Piland says Pinocchio has been on quite the journey over the last couple of dayMore
    The Salisbury Zoo is finalizing preparations for the arrival of its latest addition, an Andean bear named Pinocchio. The bear is set to arrive to Salisbury late Saturday.More
  • Small Plane Crashes Near Maryland Interstate; No One Hurt

    Small Plane Crashes Near Maryland Interstate; No One Hurt

    11/11/2017 07:00:00 -05:002017-11-11 12:00:00 GMT
    Saturday, November 11 2017 8:21 AM EST2017-11-11 13:21:18 GMT
    This photo released by the Anne Arundel County Fire Department shows emergency officials responding to a plane crash on Interstate 97 near Annapolis, Md., Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. This photo released by the Anne Arundel County Fire Department shows emergency officials responding to a plane crash on Interstate 97 near Annapolis, Md., Friday, Nov. 10, 2017.
    Authorities in Maryland say no one was hurt when a small plane crashed on an interstate exit ramp near the state capital.More
    Authorities in Maryland say no one was hurt when a small plane crashed on an interstate exit ramp near the state capital.More
  • Woman wants to rent room and sell items from Pure Romance

    Woman wants to sell Adult Pleasure Items in Snow Hill

    11/10/2017 17:17:00 -05:002017-11-10 22:17:00 GMT
    Friday, November 10 2017 6:45 PM EST2017-11-10 23:45:30 GMT
    A business woman in Snow Hill is causing a lot of controversy in the town's downtown area. Annette Gibbons wants to open a shop and sell products from Pure Romance, a company that sells adult pleasure items.More
    A business woman in Snow Hill is causing a lot of controversy in the town's downtown area. Annette Gibbons wants to open a shop and sell products from Pure Romance, a company that sells adult pleasure items.More
  • Bill Could Boost Minorities' Stake as Medical Cannabis Nears

    Bill Could Boost Minorities' Stake as Medical Cannabis Nears

    11/10/2017 15:36:00 -05:002017-11-10 20:36:00 GMT
    Friday, November 10 2017 3:36 PM EST2017-11-10 20:36:49 GMT
    After a four-year wait to provide medical cannabis to patients, the drug could be available to Marylanders as early as this month, according to industry stakeholders.More
    After a four-year wait to provide medical cannabis to patients, the drug could be available to Marylanders as early as this month, according to industry stakeholders.More
  • Cardin, Other Democrats Want to Keep US in Climate Talks

    Cardin, Other Democrats Want to Keep US in Climate Talks

    11/10/2017 15:25:00 -05:002017-11-10 20:25:00 GMT
    Friday, November 10 2017 3:25 PM EST2017-11-10 20:25:46 GMT
    U.S. Sen. Ben CardinU.S. Sen. Ben Cardin
    Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin and a group of other Senate Democrats said Friday that they are going to continue to participate in global climate talks, even though President Donald Trump won't back the Paris Climate Agreement.More
    Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin and a group of other Senate Democrats said Friday that they are going to continue to participate in global climate talks, even though President Donald Trump won't back the Paris Climate Agreement.More
  • Community to Celebrate Life of Pittsville Teen

    Community to Celebrate Life of Pittsville Teen

    11/10/2017 14:18:00 -05:002017-11-10 19:18:00 GMT
    Friday, November 10 2017 3:12 PM EST2017-11-10 20:12:31 GMT
    The Pittsville Volunteer Fire Department will hold a remembrance ceremony Saturday for 14-year-old Kaitlyn Purnell, who took her own life nearly a week ago.More
    The Pittsville Volunteer Fire Department will hold a remembrance ceremony Saturday for 14-year-old Kaitlyn Purnell, who took her own life nearly a week ago.More
  • Oyster Restoration Hurting Watermen Boats

    Oyster Restoration Hurting Watermen Boats

    11/09/2017 19:34:00 -05:002017-11-10 00:34:00 GMT
    Friday, November 10 2017 9:57 AM EST2017-11-10 14:57:56 GMT
    Hands on the wheel, Robert Marshall was out cruising in Harris Creek in Talbot County Thursday afternoon.More
    Hands on the wheel, Robert Marshall was out cruising in Harris Creek in Talbot County Thursday afternoon.More
  • Wicomico County Council Accepts Land Donation

    Wicomico County Council Accepts Land Donation

    11/08/2017 07:28:00 -05:002017-11-08 12:28:00 GMT
    Friday, November 10 2017 9:41 AM EST2017-11-10 14:41:37 GMT
    The Wicomico County Council voted Tuesday night 4-3 in favor of accepting a free stretch of land on Connelly Mill Road.More
    The Wicomico County Council voted Tuesday night 4-3 in favor of accepting a free stretch of land on Connelly Mill Road.More
  • Federal Judge to Appoint Special Official in HBCU Case

    Federal Judge to Appoint Special Official in HBCU Case

    11/10/2017 09:38:00 -05:002017-11-10 14:38:00 GMT
    Friday, November 10 2017 9:38 AM EST2017-11-10 14:38:22 GMT
    A federal judge will appoint a special official to craft a plan to increase diversity at Maryland's historically black colleges.More
    A federal judge will appoint a special official to craft a plan to increase diversity at Maryland's historically black colleges.More
  • Maryland-based Lacrosse Retailer Shutters Stores Across US

    Maryland-based Lacrosse Retailer Shutters Stores Across US

    11/10/2017 08:51:00 -05:002017-11-10 13:51:00 GMT
    Friday, November 10 2017 8:51 AM EST2017-11-10 13:51:19 GMT
    A Maryland-based lacrosse retailer has vacated its headquarters and closed all 16 of its stores across the country.More
    A Maryland-based lacrosse retailer has vacated its headquarters and closed all 16 of its stores across the country.More
  • Wicomico County Sheriff's Office Gets Body Cameras

    Wicomico County Sheriff's Office Gets Body Cameras

    11/09/2017 22:19:00 -05:002017-11-10 03:19:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 9 2017 10:19 PM EST2017-11-10 03:19:39 GMT
    Wicomico County Sheriff's Office gets body cameras.Wicomico County Sheriff's Office gets body cameras.
    WICOMICO COUNTY, Md.- The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office is one of the last agencies in the area to utilize body cameras. But Sheriff Mike Lewis says, there's a reason. "We thought after two years of working out the kinks, now would be a gooMore
    The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office is one of the last agencies in the area to utilize body cameras. But Sheriff Mike Lewis says, there's a reason.More
  • City Leaders Reduce Bulk Item Amount on Trash Day in Pocomoke City

    City Leaders Reduce Bulk Item Amount on Trash Day in Pocomoke City

    11/09/2017 17:31:00 -05:002017-11-09 22:31:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 9 2017 5:31 PM EST2017-11-09 22:31:39 GMT
    In December, people who live in Pocomoke City will not be allowed to leave a lot of trash in their front yard. The city says they're doing this to save money, but neighbors aren't happy about this decision.More
    In December, people who live in Pocomoke City will not be allowed to leave a lot of trash in their front yard. The city says they're doing this to save money, but neighbors aren't happy about this decision.More
  • Maryland Governor Backing Veteran Pension Tax Exemption

    Maryland Governor Backing Veteran Pension Tax Exemption

    11/09/2017 13:59:00 -05:002017-11-09 18:59:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 9 2017 1:59 PM EST2017-11-09 18:59:15 GMT
    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan spoke about tax relief for veterans during an event held Thursday at the State House. (Photo: Larry Hogan Facebook page) Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan spoke about tax relief for veterans during an event held Thursday at the State House. (Photo: Larry Hogan Facebook page)
    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he will again push to exempt pension income for military veterans from state income tax.More
    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he will again push to exempt pension income for military veterans from state income tax.More
  • Enrollments in Maryland Health Exchange up in 1st Week

    Enrollments in Maryland Health Exchange up in 1st Week

    11/09/2017 12:58:00 -05:002017-11-09 17:58:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 9 2017 12:58 PM EST2017-11-09 17:58:39 GMT
    Maryland officials say enrollments in the state's health insurance exchange significantly out-paced last year's tally after the first week.More
    Maryland officials say enrollments in the state's health insurance exchange significantly out-paced last year's tally after the first week.More
  • Corrections Officer Acquitted of Sexually Assaulting Inmate

    Corrections Officer Acquitted of Sexually Assaulting Inmate

    11/09/2017 11:24:00 -05:002017-11-09 16:24:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 9 2017 11:24 AM EST2017-11-09 16:24:25 GMT
    A Baltimore corrections officer accused of sexually assaulting an inmate has been acquitted of all charges.More
    A Baltimore corrections officer accused of sexually assaulting an inmate has been acquitted of all charges.More
  • Maryland AG Won't Immediately Weigh in on Cross Dispute

    Maryland AG Won't Immediately Weigh in on Cross Dispute

    11/09/2017 10:03:00 -05:002017-11-09 15:03:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 9 2017 10:03 AM EST2017-11-09 15:03:30 GMT
    The Bladensburg "peace cross" in Maryland. (Photo credit: WUSA-TV)The Bladensburg "peace cross" in Maryland. (Photo credit: WUSA-TV)
    Maryland's attorney general has infuriated Gov. Larry Hogan by declining, for the moment, to join a legal fight against a ruling that a prominent cross-shaped war monument on public land violates the U.S. Constitution.More
    Maryland's attorney general has infuriated Gov. Larry Hogan by declining, for the moment, to join a legal fight against a ruling that a prominent cross-shaped war monument on public land violates the U.S. Constitution.More
  • Md. Man Charged with Animal Cruelty in Salisbury

    Md. Man Charged with Animal Cruelty in Salisbury

    11/09/2017 04:08:00 -05:002017-11-09 09:08:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 9 2017 8:25 AM EST2017-11-09 13:25:09 GMT
    James Michael Watson (Photo: Maryland State Police)James Michael Watson (Photo: Maryland State Police)
    An Odenton, Md. man is charged with two counts of animal cruelty after allegedly beating his girlfriend's bull dog in Salisbury last month.More
    An Odenton, Maryland man is facing animal cruelty and related charges following accusations that he beat his girlfriend's bull dog in Salisbury last month.More
  • Ocean City Wants to form Task Force to Make Car Events Safer

    Ocean City wants to form a Task Force to make car events safer

    11/08/2017 20:26:00 -05:002017-11-09 01:26:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 9 2017 8:03 AM EST2017-11-09 13:03:27 GMT
    The town of Ocean City wants to come up with a solution on how to make car events much safer.More
    Police officers giving out traffic citations were a common sight during September's H2Oi event in Ocean City. 
    Now town officials want to come up with a solution on how to make car events much safer.
    More
  • Carvel Hall Vote Pushed to January 2018

    Carvel Hall Vote Pushed to January 2018

    11/08/2017 23:36:00 -05:002017-11-09 04:36:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 8 2017 11:39 PM EST2017-11-09 04:39:16 GMT
    CRISFIELD, Md.- After months of debate, the public was expecting a vote at Wednesday night's Crisfield City Council meeting. But that won't happen now until January 2018. People in Crisfield have been adamant about their rejection to the CarveMore
    After months of debate, the public was expecting a vote at Wednesday night's Crisfield City Council meeting. But that won't happen now until January 2018.More
  • Legislation for Families and Farms Difficult to Fund

    Legislation for Families and Farms Difficult to Fund

    11/08/2017 19:59:00 -05:002017-11-09 00:59:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 8 2017 7:59 PM EST2017-11-09 00:59:56 GMT
    A wet Wednesday morning didn't stop Lynda Blades from picking apples out of her orchards.More
    A wet Wednesday morning didn't stop Lynda Blades from picking apples out of her orchards.More
  • Salisbury Installs New Electronic Meters Downtown, Announces Free Parking through November

    Salisbury Installs New Electronic Meters Downtown, Announces Free Parking through November

    11/08/2017 19:02:00 -05:002017-11-09 00:02:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 8 2017 7:02 PM EST2017-11-09 00:02:44 GMT
    As the City of Salisbury replaces quarter meters downtown with electronic pay stations, Mayor Jake Day announced a "Parking Holiday" through the month of November.More
    As the City of Salisbury replaces quarter meters downtown with electronic pay stations, Mayor Jake Day announced a "Parking Holiday" through the month of November.More
  • Queen Anne's Sheriff's Office to Get New K-9

    Queen Anne's Sheriff's Office to Get New K-9

    11/08/2017 17:59:00 -05:002017-11-08 22:59:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 8 2017 6:04 PM EST2017-11-08 23:04:58 GMT
    Queen Anne's County Sheriff Gary Hoffman announced he'll bring on a new drug recognition and patrol dog, following the line-of-duty death of K-9 Blek this past September.More
    Queen Anne's County Sheriff Gary Hoffman announced he'll bring on a new drug recognition and patrol dog, following the line-of-duty death of K-9 Blek this past September.More
  • Salisbury Man Arrested for Attempted Murder

    Salisbury Man Arrested for Attempted Murder

    11/08/2017 17:40:00 -05:002017-11-08 22:40:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 8 2017 5:40 PM EST2017-11-08 22:40:25 GMT
    Dewan Temar GinnDewan Temar Ginn
    A Salisbury man has been arrested for attempted murder, according to the Salisbury Police Department.More
    A Salisbury man has been arrested for attempted murder, according to the Salisbury Police Department.More
  • Eastern Shore Classic Dog Shows Return to Wicomico County

    The Eastern Shore Classic Dog Show Returns to Wicomico County

    11/08/2017 14:11:00 -05:002017-11-08 19:11:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 8 2017 3:58 PM EST2017-11-08 20:58:07 GMT
    The Eastern Shore Classic Dog Show returns to Wicomico County.More
    The Eastern Shore Classic Dog Shows has returned to Wicomico County.More
  • Salisbury Council President to Run for Wicomico Executive

    Salisbury Council President to Run for Wicomico Executive

    11/08/2017 13:05:00 -05:002017-11-08 18:05:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 8 2017 1:09 PM EST2017-11-08 18:09:05 GMT
    Jack Heath (Photo: Salisbury City Council page)Jack Heath (Photo: Salisbury City Council page)
    Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver is getting some competition for the 2018 election. On Wednesday, Salisbury City Council President Jack Heath formally announced his campaign for county executive.More
    Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver is getting some competition for the 2018 election. On Wednesday, Salisbury City Council President Jack Heath formally announced his campaign for county executive.More
  • Republican Mayors Unseated in Frederick, Annapolis

    Republican Mayors Unseated in Frederick, Annapolis

    11/08/2017 09:55:00 -05:002017-11-08 14:55:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 8 2017 9:55 AM EST2017-11-08 14:55:09 GMT
    Democrats ousted the Republican mayors in the Maryland cities of Frederick and Annapolis.More
    Democrats ousted the Republican mayors in the Maryland cities of Frederick and Annapolis.More
  • Officials in Maryland Keep Schools Open on Jewish Holidays

    Officials in Maryland Keep Schools Open on Jewish Holidays

    11/08/2017 07:43:00 -05:002017-11-08 12:43:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 8 2017 7:43 AM EST2017-11-08 12:43:48 GMT
    Faced with new scheduling constraints, Baltimore County school officials have decided to keep schools closed next year on the Jewish High Holy Days.More
    Faced with new scheduling constraints, Baltimore County school officials have decided to keep schools closed next year on the Jewish High Holy Days.More
  • Train Collides with Truck Carrying Chickens in Princess Anne

    Train Collides with Truck Carrying Chickens in Princess Anne

    11/08/2017 00:23:00 -05:002017-11-08 05:23:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 8 2017 7:41 AM EST2017-11-08 12:41:46 GMT
    Police are investigating a crash Tuesday involving a train and a chicken truck on Route 13.More
    Police are investigating a crash Tuesday involving a train and a chicken truck on Route 13.More
  • Well Water Concerns in Princess Anne

    Well Water Concerns in Princess Anne

    11/07/2017 19:30:00 -05:002017-11-08 00:30:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 7 2017 7:30 PM EST2017-11-08 00:30:21 GMT
    Vincent Farms in Laurel, Md. Ray Vincent, the owner, is speaking out against a minimum wage hike bill that passed the Delaware State Senate. (Photo: WBOC)Vincent Farms in Laurel, Md. Ray Vincent, the owner, is speaking out against a minimum wage hike bill that passed the Delaware State Senate. (Photo: WBOC)
    Princess Anne, Md.- Homeowners in the community of Perry Hawkin, just south of Princess Anne, are trying to get answers from the state about an irrigation permit that could potentially affect their well water.A public hearing was held at the Princess AnnMore
    Princess Anne, Md.- Homeowners in the community of Perry Hawkin, just south of Princess Anne, are trying to get answers from the state about an irrigation permit that could potentially affect their well water.A public hearing was held at the Princess AnnMore
  • Nutria Eradication Project Successful, More to be Done

    Nutria Eradication Project Successful, More to be Done

    11/07/2017 18:49:00 -05:002017-11-07 23:49:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 7 2017 7:04 PM EST2017-11-08 00:04:50 GMT
    Searching through marshes taller than man, field specialist, Mario Eusi and his chocolate lab mix, Cain, were training on Tuesday at Blackwater Wildlife Refuge.More
    Searching through marshes taller than man, field specialist, Mario Eusi and his chocolate lab mix, Cain, were training on Tuesday at Blackwater Wildlife Refuge.More
  • Calloway Gym in Salisbury Torn Down, New Community Center on Its Way Into Town

    Calloway Gym in Salisbury Torn Down, New Community Center on Its Way Into Town

    11/07/2017 15:57:00 -05:002017-11-07 20:57:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 7 2017 3:59 PM EST2017-11-07 20:59:01 GMT
    (Photo: WBOC)(Photo: WBOC)
    It's the end of an era for the Calloway Gym in Salisbury, as crews tear down the building. Through a partnership, the City of Salisbury and Wicomico Public Schools plan to build a new community center in town.More
    It's the end of an era for the Calloway Gym in Salisbury, as crews tear down the building. Through a partnership, the City of Salisbury and Wicomico Public Schools plan to build a new community center in town.More
  • Baltimore Police Driver Not Guilty in Case That Led to Riots

    Baltimore Police Driver Not Guilty in Case That Led to Riots

    11/07/2017 13:59:00 -05:002017-11-07 18:59:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 7 2017 1:59 PM EST2017-11-07 18:59:38 GMT
    Officer Caesar GoodsonOfficer Caesar Goodson
    A disciplinary panel has found a Baltimore police van driver not guilty on all administrative charges related to his transportation of Freddie Gray, the black man whose death in custody sparked riots in the city.More
    A disciplinary panel has found a Baltimore police van driver not guilty on all administrative charges related to his transportation of Freddie Gray, the black man whose death in custody sparked riots in the city.More
  • Radio Update Project on Track After Osprey Nest Delay

    Radio Update Project on Track After Osprey Nest Delay

    11/07/2017 12:20:00 -05:002017-11-07 17:20:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 7 2017 1:01 PM EST2017-11-07 18:01:43 GMT
    The radio tower update project in Wicomico County is now back on track now that an osprey nest is no longer there.More
    The radio tower update project in Wicomico County, Maryland is now back on track now that an osprey nest is no longer there.More
  • Maryland AG Wants to Keep Electoral Maps for 2018 Election

    Maryland AG Wants to Keep Electoral Maps for 2018 Election

    11/07/2017 09:18:00 -05:002017-11-07 14:18:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 7 2017 9:18 AM EST2017-11-07 14:18:36 GMT
    Maryland's attorney general wants the U.S. Supreme Court to reject a Republican appeal over the state's map for the 6th District in the western part of the state.More
    Maryland's attorney general wants the U.S. Supreme Court to reject a Republican appeal over the state's map for the 6th District in the western part of the state.More
  • Salisbury Mayor's Salary Raise Tabled For Now

    Salisbury Mayor's Salary Raise Tabled For Now

    11/06/2017 22:23:00 -05:002017-11-07 03:23:00 GMT
    Monday, November 6 2017 10:29 PM EST2017-11-07 03:29:21 GMT
    SALISBURY, Md.- The salary of the Salisbury City Mayor could triple in 2019 based on a budget review committee's proposal. At Monday night's city council meeting members discussed a variety of numbers they each felt comfortable with, but ultimatelyMore
    The salary of the Salisbury City Mayor could triple in 2019 based on a budget review committee's proposal. At Monday night's city council meeting members discussed a variety of numbers they each felt comfortable with, but ultimatelyMore
  • Pop Up Shops Coming to Cambridge

    Pop Up Shops Coming to Cambridge

    11/06/2017 19:56:00 -05:002017-11-07 00:56:00 GMT
    Monday, November 6 2017 7:56 PM EST2017-11-07 00:56:05 GMT
    Inside an empty store front Monday morning, Jill Jasuta was taping a "Coming Soon" sign on a store window - a sign of what's to come from her business all set up inside.More
    Inside an empty store front Monday morning, Jill Jasuta was taping a "Coming Soon" sign on a store window - a sign of what's to come from her business all set up inside.More
  • Crisfield Going Red to Fight Drug Abuse

    Crisfield Going Red to Fight Drug Abuse

    11/06/2017 19:25:00 -05:002017-11-07 00:25:00 GMT
    Monday, November 6 2017 7:27 PM EST2017-11-07 00:27:22 GMT
    Crisfield, Md.- The town of Crisfield is going red this week, all in part to put an end to the opioid epidemic. Red ribbons are being passed out by the city to raise awareness for drug abuse.City council member, Erik Emely, teamed up with people at the SMore
    Crisfield, Md.- The town of Crisfield is going red this week, all in part to put an end to the opioid epidemic. Red ribbons are being passed out by the city to raise awareness for drug abuse.City council member, Erik Emely, teamed up with people at the SMore
  • Ridgely Barn Fire Causes $120,000 in Damages

    Ridgely Barn Fire Causes $120,000 in Damages

    11/06/2017 16:52:00 -05:002017-11-06 21:52:00 GMT
    Monday, November 6 2017 4:52 PM EST2017-11-06 21:52:51 GMT
    (Photo credit: MGN)(Photo credit: MGN)
    Fire officials are investigating the cause of a barn fire in Caroline County Saturday night.More
    Fire officials are investigating the cause of a barn fire in Caroline County Saturday night.More
  • Hurlock Man Arrested in Series of Armed Robberies

    Police Make Arrest in Hurlock Robberies

    11/06/2017 11:44:00 -05:002017-11-06 16:44:00 GMT
    Monday, November 6 2017 3:12 PM EST2017-11-06 20:12:08 GMT
    The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a Hurlock man wanted in connection with a slew of armed robberies in Talbot, Caroline and Dorchester counties.More
    The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a Hurlock man wanted in connection with a slew of armed robberies in Talbot, Caroline and Dorchester counties.More
  • Students Cook up Careers at Worcester Tech

    Students Cook up Careers at Worcester Tech

    11/06/2017 08:35:00 -05:002017-11-06 13:35:00 GMT
    Monday, November 6 2017 2:42 PM EST2017-11-06 19:42:46 GMT
    Chef Phil Cropper knows his way around a kitchen; years of culinary experience have taught him a thing or two about planning, prepping, and plating a meal.More
    Chef Phil Cropper knows his way around a kitchen. The fast-paced, hectic environment is commonplace in almost any restaurant around the country. Except in Cropper's case, he's working in a state-of-the-art kitchen at Worcester Technical High School.More
  • Maryland AG: Sinclair, Tribune TV Merger is a 'Bad Deal'

    Maryland AG: Sinclair, Tribune TV Merger is a 'Bad Deal'

    11/06/2017 12:45:00 -05:002017-11-06 17:45:00 GMT
    Monday, November 6 2017 12:45 PM EST2017-11-06 17:45:43 GMT
    Maryland's attorney general opposes the proposed merger between Sinclair Broadcasting Group and rival TV station operator Tribune Media.More
    Maryland's attorney general opposes the proposed merger between Sinclair Broadcasting Group and rival TV station operator Tribune Media.More
  • 1st Correctional Officer Sentenced in ECI Smuggling Case

    1st Correctional Officer Sentenced in ECI Smuggling Case

    11/06/2017 10:14:00 -05:002017-11-06 15:14:00 GMT
    Monday, November 6 2017 10:14 AM EST2017-11-06 15:14:31 GMT
    Eastern Correctional Institution. (Photo: WBOC)Eastern Correctional Institution. (Photo: WBOC)
    A former correctional officer has been sentenced to more than three years in prison in connection with a large racketeering case at Maryland's largest prison.More
    A former correctional officer has been sentenced to more than three years in prison in connection with a large racketeering case at Maryland's largest prison.More
  • 8 Democrats Vying to Challenge Hogan Meet With Party Leaders

    8 Democrats Vying to Challenge Hogan Meet With Party Leaders

    11/06/2017 08:23:00 -05:002017-11-06 13:23:00 GMT
    Monday, November 6 2017 8:23 AM EST2017-11-06 13:23:16 GMT
    The eight Democrats vying to be the party's next nominee for Maryland governor held their first joint appearance at a casting call of sorts over the weekend.More
    The eight Democrats vying to be the party's next nominee for Maryland governor held their first joint appearance at a casting call of sorts over the weekend.More
  • Ocean City Restaurant Week Helps During Shoulder Season

    Ocean City Restaurant Week Helps During Shoulder Season

    11/05/2017 16:20:00 -05:002017-11-05 21:20:00 GMT
    Sunday, November 5 2017 4:20 PM EST2017-11-05 21:20:42 GMT
    During Ocean City's shoulder season, restaurant owners say business slows down. Some businesses say the only way to cash in is through Ocean City's events.More
    During Ocean City's shoulder season, restaurant owners say business slows down. Some businesses say the only way to cash in is through Ocean City's events.More
  • Stabbing Reported in Chester, Maryland

    Stabbing Reported in Chester, Maryland

    11/04/2017 18:34:00 -04:002017-11-04 22:34:00 GMT
    Saturday, November 4 2017 6:35 PM EDT2017-11-04 22:35:32 GMT
    A stabbing has been reported in Queen Annes County.More
    A stabbing has been reported in Queen Annes County.More
  • Project Could Save Acres of Marshland in Dorchester County

    Project Could Save Acres of Marshland in Dorchester County

    11/03/2017 18:13:00 -04:002017-11-03 22:13:00 GMT
    Friday, November 3 2017 6:13 PM EDT2017-11-03 22:13:51 GMT
    Stomping through watery lands, one team of scientists is marching to save Mother Earth.More
    Stomping through watery lands, one team of scientists is marching to save Mother Earth.More
  • Williams Street in Berlin Under Construction to Fix Dip in Road

    Williams Street in Berlin Under Construction to Fix Dip in Road

    11/03/2017 17:23:00 -04:002017-11-03 21:23:00 GMT
    Friday, November 3 2017 5:23 PM EDT2017-11-03 21:23:28 GMT
    Contractors used their bulldozers to put new asphalt on Williams Street in Berlin. They repaved the road. 
    A few months ago, construction workers cracked open Williams Street to replace a culvert as part of a storm water project.
    More
    Contractors used their bulldozers to put new asphalt on Williams Street in Berlin. They repaved the road. 
    A few months ago, construction workers cracked open Williams Street to replace a culvert as part of a storm water project.
    More
  • Veterans Visit Class at Somerset Intermediate School

    Veterans Visit Class at Somerset Intermediate School

    11/03/2017 16:26:00 -04:002017-11-03 20:26:00 GMT
    Friday, November 3 2017 4:26 PM EDT2017-11-03 20:26:48 GMT
    (Photo: WBOC)(Photo: WBOC)
    Ahead of Veteran's Day next week, students at Somerset Intermediate School met with veterans in class today.More
    Ahead of Veteran's Day next week, students at Somerset Intermediate School met with veterans in class today.More
  • Fiore Industries Takes Over Fire Service at the Salisbury Airport

    Fiore Industries Takes Over Fire Service at the Salisbury Airport

    11/03/2017 11:57:00 -04:002017-11-03 15:57:00 GMT
    Friday, November 3 2017 2:23 PM EDT2017-11-03 18:23:16 GMT
    Fire service at the Salisbury Regional Airport has shifted from Piedmont Airlines to Fiore Industries.More
    Fire service at the Salisbury Regional Airport has shifted from Piedmont Airlines to Fiore Industries.More
  • New Restaurant to Open in Downtown Pocomoke City

    New Restaurant in Pocomoke City

    11/02/2017 18:41:00 -04:002017-11-02 22:41:00 GMT
    Friday, November 3 2017 7:51 AM EDT2017-11-03 11:51:19 GMT
    Pocomoke City is getting a new restaurant that city leaders hope will be a big attraction for people throughout Delmarva. The city wants the new restaurant to fill an economic void.More
    Pocomoke City is getting a new restaurant that city leaders hope will draw from across Delmarva. The city hopes the new restaurant will fill an economic void.More
  • Caroline County Raises Income Tax

    Caroline County Raises Income Tax

    11/02/2017 20:06:00 -04:002017-11-03 00:06:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 2 2017 8:06 PM EDT2017-11-03 00:06:15 GMT
    With pencils in hand, students at Greensboro Elementary School were diligently working in what they call a half-classroom. A solution to a school overcapacity by nearly two hundred students.More
    With pencils in hand, students at Greensboro Elementary School were diligently working in what they call a half-classroom. A solution to a school overcapacity by nearly two hundred students.More
  • Police Search for Suspected Convenience Store Burglar

    Police Search for Suspected Convenience Store Burglar

    11/02/2017 16:56:00 -04:002017-11-02 20:56:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 2 2017 4:57 PM EDT2017-11-02 20:57:42 GMT
    The Salisbury Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a person believed to be involved in a number of convenience store burglaries throughout the month of October.More
    The Salisbury Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a person believed to be involved in a number of convenience store burglaries throughout the month of October.More
  • EPA Provides $600K for Protecting Md. Coastal Bays

    EPA Provides $600K for Protecting Md. Coastal Bays

    11/02/2017 14:47:00 -04:002017-11-02 18:47:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 2 2017 2:47 PM EDT2017-11-02 18:47:59 GMT
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday announced it has awarded $600,000 to the Maryland Coastal Bays Program to preserve the economic and ecological vitality of this vast coastal watershed.More
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday announced it has awarded $600,000 to the Maryland Coastal Bays Program to preserve the economic and ecological vitality of this vast coastal watershed.More
  • Updated: Man Sought for Questioning in Crisfield Murder

    Two Men Wanted for Questioning in Crisfield Murder

    11/02/2017 11:01:00 -04:002017-11-02 15:01:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 2 2017 2:37 PM EDT2017-11-02 18:37:42 GMT
    Micah Lamar BlueMicah Lamar Blue
    Police are seeking two men for questioning in the murder of a 25-year-old Salisbury man at a Crisfield apartment complex in early October.More
    Police are seeking a man wanted for questioning in the murder of a 25-year-old Salisbury man at a Crisfield apartment complex in early October.More
  • Salisbury Woman Advocates for More Day Centers for Homeless

    A Salisbury Woman Advocates for More Day Centers for the Homeless

    11/02/2017 12:44:00 -04:002017-11-02 16:44:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 2 2017 1:00 PM EDT2017-11-02 17:00:28 GMT
    One Salisbury woman is hoping to help give the homeless more accessible places to go during the daytime.More
    One Salisbury woman is hoping to help give the homeless more accessible places to go during the daytime.More
  • Police Arrest Princess Anne Suspect After Overnight Search

    Police Arrest Princess Anne Suspect After Overnight Search

    11/02/2017 11:30:00 -04:002017-11-02 15:30:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 2 2017 12:32 PM EDT2017-11-02 16:32:45 GMT
    Lamount Maurice Potter Jr; Photo Credit: MSPDLamount Maurice Potter Jr; Photo Credit: MSPD
    PRINCESS ANNE, Md. – Maryland State Police say they have arrested and charged a suspect wanted after ramming a police vehicle during a traffic stop Wednesday in Princess Anne.More
    Maryland State Police say they have arrested and charged a suspect wanted after ramming a police vehicle during a traffic stop Wednesday in Princess Anne.More
  • Denton Man Arrested on Child Porn Charges

    Denton Man Arrested on Child Porn Charges

    11/02/2017 11:41:00 -04:002017-11-02 15:41:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 2 2017 11:48 AM EDT2017-11-02 15:48:50 GMT
    Christopher John BaierChristopher John Baier
    Authorities say a 51-year-old man is facing child pornography and related charges following a police raid on his Denton home.More
    A 51-year-old man is facing child pornography and related charges following a police raid on his home in Denton, Maryland.More
  • Ocean Pines Election Committee Working to Reduce Voter Error

    Ocean Pines Election Committee Working to Reduce Voter Error

    11/02/2017 11:34:00 -04:002017-11-02 15:34:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 2 2017 11:34 AM EDT2017-11-02 15:34:55 GMT
    (Photo: WBOC)(Photo: WBOC)
    The Ocean Pines Election Committee is working to reduce voter error. The effort comes after the committee reported an increase in rejected ballots during this year's board of directors vote count.More
    The Ocean Pines Election Committee is working to reduce voter error. The effort comes after the committee reported an increase in rejected ballots during this year's board of directors vote count.More
  • Former Princess Anne Town Commissioner's Extortion Conviction Overturned

    Former Princes Anne Town Commissioner's Extortion Conviction Overturned

    11/01/2017 17:57:00 -04:002017-11-01 21:57:00 GMT
    Thursday, November 2 2017 8:51 AM EDT2017-11-02 12:51:00 GMT
    Princess Anne, Md.- The youngest Princess Anne town commissioner may be back after his extortion conviction was over turned by one of Maryland's higher courts.Back in 2014, Lionel Frederick was accused of attempting to extort the town commissioner, DenniMore
    The youngest Princess Anne town commissioner may be back after his extortion conviction was over turned by one of Maryland's higher courts.More
  • MSP Investigating Crash Involving a Wicomico Middle School Bus

    MSP Investigating Crash Involving a Wicomico Middle School Bus

    11/01/2017 22:11:00 -04:002017-11-02 02:11:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 1 2017 10:11 PM EDT2017-11-02 02:11:33 GMT
    Maryland State Police are investigating a three vehicle crash involving a charter bus that was carrying students from Wicomico Middle School.More
    Maryland State Police are investigating a three vehicle crash involving a charter bus that was carrying students from Wicomico Middle School.More
  • Medical Marijuana Facility Coming to Cambridge

    Medical Marijuana Facility Coming to Cambridge

    11/01/2017 19:04:00 -04:002017-11-01 23:04:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 1 2017 7:04 PM EDT2017-11-01 23:04:52 GMT
    (Photo: MGN Online)(Photo: MGN Online)
    Barbed fencing and locked up gates surround one white building in Cambridge. It's tight security you'll also find inside.More
    Barbed fencing and locked up gates surround one white building in Cambridge. It's tight security you'll also find inside.More
  • Maryland Slashes Oyster Restoration Acreage Goal

    Maryland Slashes Oyster Restoration Acreage Goal

    11/01/2017 15:45:00 -04:002017-11-01 19:45:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 1 2017 3:45 PM EDT2017-11-01 19:45:03 GMT
    (Photo Credit: Maryland Department of Natural Resources)(Photo Credit: Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
    The state of Maryland has decided to reduce the large-scale oyster restoration project goal in the Little Choptank River after boaters ran aground at another sanctuary and some of the man-made reefs there had to be rebuilt.More
    The state of Maryland has decided to reduce the large-scale oyster restoration project goal in the Little Choptank River after boaters ran aground at another sanctuary and some of the man-made reefs there had to be rebuilt.More
  • Former Prosecutor Nominated as US Attorney in Maryland

    Former Prosecutor Nominated as US Attorney in Maryland

    11/01/2017 11:52:00 -04:002017-11-01 15:52:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 1 2017 11:52 AM EDT2017-11-01 15:52:03 GMT
    Robert HurRobert Hur
    President Donald Trump nominated a Justice Department official Wednesday as Maryland's new U.S. attorney.More
    President Donald Trump nominated a Justice Department official Wednesday as Maryland's new U.S. attorney.More
  • Maryland Lawmakers Back Mueller, Urge Action on Russia

    Maryland Lawmakers Back Mueller, Urge Action on Russia

    11/01/2017 08:18:00 -04:002017-11-01 12:18:00 GMT
    Wednesday, November 1 2017 8:18 AM EDT2017-11-01 12:18:28 GMT
    Maryland Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday expressed confidence in special counsel Robert Mueller in response to the indictments of Paul Manafort, Richard Gates and George Papadopoulos revealed on Monday.More
    Maryland Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday expressed confidence in special counsel Robert Mueller in response to the indictments of Paul Manafort, Richard Gates and George Papadopoulos revealed on Monday.More
  • Funeral for Coastal Towns on Halloween

    Funeral for Coastal Towns on Halloween

    10/31/2017 23:21:00 -04:002017-11-01 03:21:00 GMT
    Tuesday, October 31 2017 11:28 PM EDT2017-11-01 03:28:17 GMT
    Indivisible Worcester Maryland's signs at the march in Berlin.Indivisible Worcester Maryland's signs at the march in Berlin.
    BERLIN, Md.- A group of concerned citizens in Worcester County marched on Main Street in Berlin on Tuesday night to address their concerns about the coastal sea levels rising. Indivisible Worcester Maryland held a New Orleans style funeral to mournMore
    A group of concerned citizens in Worcester County marched on Main Street in Berlin on Tuesday night to address their concerns about the coastal sea levels rising.More
  • Cambridge Marketplace Updates Helping Businesses, City

    Cambridge Marketplace Updates Helping Businesses, City

    10/31/2017 19:35:00 -04:002017-10-31 23:35:00 GMT
    Tuesday, October 31 2017 9:42 PM EDT2017-11-01 01:42:13 GMT
    Silver, shiny, and brand new - the words "Cambridge Marketplace" now sit on the entrance along Route 50 and that's just the start.More
    Silver, shiny, and brand new - the words "Cambridge Marketplace" now sit on the entrance along Route 50 and that's just the start.More
  • Pizza Shoppe Open for Halloween Day in Crisfield

    Pizza Shoppe Open for Halloween Day in Crisfield

    10/31/2017 19:33:00 -04:002017-10-31 23:33:00 GMT
    Tuesday, October 31 2017 7:33 PM EDT2017-10-31 23:33:32 GMT
    Crisfield, Md.- Less than one month since a fire started at The Pizza Shoppe, it's back up and running. Not in fully capacity, but enough to make large pies and some french fries from a tent in front of the restaurant.It's more than just pizza to the ownMore
    Crisfield, Md.- Less than one month since a fire started at The Pizza Shoppe, it's back up and running. Not in fully capacity, but enough to make large pies and some french fries from a tent in front of the restaurant.It's more than just pizza to the ownMore
  • New Berlin Public Library Hopes to Book Community Support

    New Berlin Public Library Hopes to Book Community Support

    10/31/2017 17:01:00 -04:002017-10-31 21:01:00 GMT
    Tuesday, October 31 2017 5:01 PM EDT2017-10-31 21:01:44 GMT
    Rendering of new Berlin Public Library. (Photo courtesy Worcester County Library)Rendering of new Berlin Public Library. (Photo courtesy Worcester County Library)
    As construction continues on the new Berlin Library, a non-profit group that supports the library is looking to add members and raise funds ahead of the building opening its doors this spring.More
    As construction continues on the new Berlin Library, a non-profit group that supports the library is looking to add members and raise funds ahead of the building opening its doors this spring.More
  • Maryland Officials Tout New Generic Drug Price-Gouging Law

    Maryland Officials Tout New Generic Drug Price-Gouging Law

    10/31/2017 15:46:00 -04:002017-10-31 19:46:00 GMT
    Tuesday, October 31 2017 3:51 PM EDT2017-10-31 19:51:23 GMT
    (Photo: CBS)(Photo: CBS)
    Following Maryland's recent efforts as the first state to enact a law that protects consumers from generic prescription drug price-gouging, officials and health care advocates are urging people to share their personal stories about drug affordability.More
    Following Maryland's recent efforts as the first state to enact a law that protects consumers from generic prescription drug price-gouging, officials and health care advocates are urging people to share their personal stories about drug affordability.More
  • Traffic Stop Leads to Heroin Bust; 2 Cambridge Men Arrested

    MSP Seizes Heroin and a Handgun; Two Cambridge Men Arrested

    10/31/2017 00:02:00 -04:002017-10-31 04:02:00 GMT
    Tuesday, October 31 2017 7:48 AM EDT2017-10-31 11:48:54 GMT
    Courtesy of Maryland State PoliceCourtesy of Maryland State Police
    Maryland State Police in Somerset County arrested two Cambridge men after troopers found heroin and a handgun during a traffic stop early Monday morning.More
    Maryland State Police in Somerset County arrested two Cambridge men after troopers found heroin and a handgun during a traffic stop early Monday morning.More
  • Rising Sea Levels Threaten Dorchester County Land, Marshes

    Rising Sea Levels Threaten Dorchester County Land, Marshes

    10/30/2017 18:43:00 -04:002017-10-30 22:43:00 GMT
    Tuesday, October 31 2017 7:30 AM EDT2017-10-31 11:30:52 GMT
    The land at Blackwater Wildlife Refuge is lush with marsh grasses and spirals of water in between, but a year ago, the grass looked more patchy and was barely surviving.More
    The land at Blackwater Wildlife Refuge is lush with marsh grasses and spirals of water in between, but a year ago, the grass looked more patchy and was barely surviving.More
  • Trunk or Treat Takes Over As Halloween Norm

    Trunk or Treat Takes Over As Halloween Norm

    10/30/2017 22:32:00 -04:002017-10-31 02:32:00 GMT
    Monday, October 30 2017 10:33 PM EDT2017-10-31 02:33:47 GMT
    Trunk or Treat at Emmanuel Wesleyan Church in Salisbury.Trunk or Treat at Emmanuel Wesleyan Church in Salisbury.
    SALISBURY, Md.- Trunk or Treat events are growing across Delmarva and parents say it's becoming the safe alternative for their kids. Erica Grubb is a mother of two who says times have changed. She thinks Trunk or Treating is going to be the neMore
    Trunk or Treat events are growing across Delmarva and parents say it's becoming the safe alternative for their kids.More
  • Following Rise in Burglaries, Pocomoke Neighbors Hope to Revive Neighborhood Watch Group

    Following Rise in Burglaries, Pocomoke Neighbors Hope to Revive Neighborhood Watch Group

    10/30/2017 20:01:00 -04:002017-10-31 00:01:00 GMT
    Monday, October 30 2017 8:02 PM EDT2017-10-31 00:02:12 GMT
    (Photo: WBOC)(Photo: WBOC)
    After a recent spike in burglaries in Pocomoke City, neighbors are hoping to revive a neighborhood watch program.More
    After a recent spike in burglaries in Pocomoke City, neighbors are hoping to revive a neighborhood watch program.More
  • Ocean Pines Police Advise Against Trick-or-Treating

    Ocean Pines Police Advise Against Trick-or-Treating

    10/30/2017 19:18:00 -04:002017-10-30 23:18:00 GMT
    Monday, October 30 2017 7:18 PM EDT2017-10-30 23:18:03 GMT
    Ocean Pines, Md.- Police in Ocean Pines are advising against trick or treating. The main reason is for safety. Since the community doesn't have any sidewalks or street lamps, it's too dangerous to walk around at night.Ocean Pines Police Chief, David MassMore
    Ocean Pines, Md.- Police in Ocean Pines are advising against trick or treating. The main reason is for safety. Since the community doesn't have any sidewalks or street lamps, it's too dangerous to walk around at night.Ocean Pines Police Chief, David MassMore
  • Easton Haunted Trails

    Easton Haunted Trails

    10/30/2017 19:08:00 -04:002017-10-30 23:08:00 GMT
    Monday, October 30 2017 7:08 PM EDT2017-10-30 23:08:57 GMT
    In darkness and surrounded by tombstones, there are stories being told inside Easton's Spring Hill Cemetery.More
    In darkness and surrounded by tombstones, there are stories being told inside Easton's Spring Hill Cemetery.More
  • Maryland State Police Warn of Phone Scam

    Maryland State Police Warn of Phone Scam

    10/30/2017 16:50:00 -04:002017-10-30 20:50:00 GMT
    Monday, October 30 2017 4:53 PM EDT2017-10-30 20:53:09 GMT
    (Photo Credit: MGN Online)(Photo Credit: MGN Online)
    Maryland State Police are warning people about a reported telephone scam in which the caller cloned a state police number for a recording call offering credit card services.More
    Maryland State Police are warning people about a reported telephone scam in which the caller cloned a state police number for a recording call offering credit card services.More
  • Kushner Cos is Cooperating With Maryland Probe of Business

    Kushner Cos is Cooperating With Maryland Probe of Business

    10/30/2017 14:31:00 -04:002017-10-30 18:31:00 GMT
    Monday, October 30 2017 2:31 PM EDT2017-10-30 18:31:46 GMT
    The Kushner Cos. says it is cooperating with a request from the Maryland attorney general for information about its operations in the state following media reports critical of its treatment of tenants at apartments it owns there.More
    The Kushner Cos. says it is cooperating with a request from the Maryland attorney general for information about its operations in the state following media reports critical of its treatment of tenants at apartments it owns there.More
  • Denton House Fire Causes $300,000 in Damages

    Denton House Fire Causes $300,000 in Damages

    10/30/2017 11:41:00 -04:002017-10-30 15:41:00 GMT
    Monday, October 30 2017 11:53 AM EDT2017-10-30 15:53:00 GMT
    (Photo Credit: MGN)(Photo Credit: MGN)
    Fire officials are investigating the cause of a house fire in Denton that caused an estimated $300,000 in damages.More
    Fire officials are investigating the cause of a house fire in Denton that caused an estimated $300,000 in damages.More
  • Spirit Ride Raises Awareness of 'Slow Down, Move Over' Law

    Spirit Ride Raises Awareness of 'Slow Down, Move Over' Law

    10/30/2017 07:07:00 -04:002017-10-30 11:07:00 GMT
    Monday, October 30 2017 7:38 AM EDT2017-10-30 11:38:34 GMT
    "Slow Down Move Over Law" (WBOC PHOTO)"Slow Down Move Over Law" (WBOC PHOTO)
    The Spirit Ride is designed to draw media attention to Move-Over laws and the needless sacrifices towmen and other first responders make in serving our communities everyday.More
    The Spirit Ride is designed to draw media attention to Move-Over laws and the needless sacrifices towmen and other first responders make in serving our communities everyday.More
  • Bill Clinton Visits Maryland This Week

    Bill Clinton Visits Maryland This Week

    10/29/2017 16:00:00 -04:002017-10-29 20:00:00 GMT
    Sunday, October 29 2017 4:00 PM EDT2017-10-29 20:00:35 GMT
    Baltimore, Md. (AP) - Former President Bill Clinton will be visiting Maryland this week for two events. Clinton will give opening remarks and moderate a panel at an opioid summit Monday at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore.More
    Baltimore, Md. (AP) - Former President Bill Clinton will be visiting Maryland this week for two events. Clinton will give opening remarks and moderate a panel at an opioid summit Monday at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore.More
  • Easton Police Respond to Econo Lodge for Violent Fight

    Easton Police Respond to Econo Lodge for Violent Fight

    10/29/2017 07:24:00 -04:002017-10-29 11:24:00 GMT
    Sunday, October 29 2017 7:25 AM EDT2017-10-29 11:25:23 GMT
    EASTON, Md. - Easton police say an early morning fight at a local hotel left one man with injuries to his head.Police say they were called to the Econo Lodge on Route 50 for a reported assault. Once on scene, they say Stephen Daniel Davis was found withMore
    EASTON, Md. - Easton police say an early morning fight at a local hotel left one man with injuries to his head.Police say they were called to the Econo Lodge on Route 50 for a reported assault. Once on scene, they say Stephen Daniel Davis was found withMore
  • Chesapeake Bay Water Improving, According to Non-Profit

    Chesapeake Bay Water Improving, According to Non-Profit

    10/28/2017 08:08:00 -04:002017-10-28 12:08:00 GMT
    Saturday, October 28 2017 8:08 AM EDT2017-10-28 12:08:48 GMT
    (Photo: WBOC)(Photo: WBOC)
    BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) - A nonprofit advocacy group says efforts to clean up the Chesapeake Bay are paying off.The Baltimore Sun reported Thursday that fewer water samples are showing the presence of so-called "dead zones" in the bay that can't support aquaMore
    BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) - A nonprofit advocacy group says efforts to clean up the Chesapeake Bay are paying off.The Baltimore Sun reported Thursday that fewer water samples are showing the presence of so-called "dead zones" in the bay that can't support aquaMore
  • National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Held Saturday

    National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Held Saturday

    10/28/2017 05:09:00 -04:002017-10-28 09:09:00 GMT
    Saturday, October 28 2017 5:29 AM EDT2017-10-28 09:29:09 GMT
    (Photo: CBS)(Photo: CBS)
    Police departments across Delmarva are set to provide people with a safe way to dispose of unused, unwanted or expired medications.The Drug Enforcement Agency's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is taking place Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. PeopMore
    Police departments across Delmarva are set to provide people with a safe way to dispose of unused, unwanted or expired medications.The Drug Enforcement Agency's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is taking place Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. PeopMore
  • Narcan Available in Walgreens Pharmacies

    Narcan Available in Walgreens Pharmacies

    10/27/2017 18:47:00 -04:002017-10-27 22:47:00 GMT
    Friday, October 27 2017 6:47 PM EDT2017-10-27 22:47:58 GMT
    The holy grail when it comes to treating opioid overdoses comes in a white and pink box.More
    The holy grail when it comes to treating opioid overdoses comes in a white and pink box.More
  • Mysterious Russian Compound on Eastern Shore Awaits Fate

    Mysterious Russian Compound on Eastern Shore Awaits Fate

    10/27/2017 15:10:00 -04:002017-10-27 19:10:00 GMT
    Friday, October 27 2017 3:10 PM EDT2017-10-27 19:10:45 GMT
    Russia's luxurious "dacha" on Maryland's Eastern Shore sits eerily empty and waiting, a casualty of the diplomatic row with the United States that flared after it became clear the Russians meddled extensively with the 2016 U.S. presidential election.More
    Russia's luxurious "dacha" on Maryland's Eastern Shore sits eerily empty and waiting, a casualty of the diplomatic row with the United States that flared after it became clear the Russians meddled extensively with the 2016 U.S. presidential election.More
  • Hunters in Maryland Net 128 Black Bears This Season

    Hunters in Maryland Net 128 Black Bears This Season

    10/27/2017 13:35:00 -04:002017-10-27 17:35:00 GMT
    Friday, October 27 2017 1:35 PM EDT2017-10-27 17:35:43 GMT
    Hunters in Maryland have shot 128 black bears this season.More
    Hunters in Maryland have shot 128 black bears this season.More
  • Apple Drugs Offers Medicare Mentors

    Apple Drugs Offers Medicare Mentors

    10/27/2017 12:51:00 -04:002017-10-27 16:51:00 GMT
    Friday, October 27 2017 1:23 PM EDT2017-10-27 17:23:23 GMT
    Apple Drugs offers help to those who are looking to change their prescription plans.More
    Apple Drugs in Fruitland, Maryland is offering help to those who are looking to change their prescription plans.More
  • Two People Arrested in Salisbury VFW Shooting

    Two People Arrested in Salisbury Shooting

    10/27/2017 11:58:00 -04:002017-10-27 15:58:00 GMT
    Friday, October 27 2017 12:32 PM EDT2017-10-27 16:32:42 GMT
    Jerry Donzeil Hamilton (left) and Latasha BattleJerry Donzeil Hamilton (left) and Latasha Battle
    Police have identified and arrested the suspects involved in a shooting in Salisbury.More
    Police say they have identified and arrested two people in connection with a shooting that occurred at a VFW post at 821 W. Main St. in Salisbury.More
  • SU Receives $1M Gift to Continue Entrepreneurship Program

    SU Receives $1M Gift to Continue Entrepreneurship Program

    10/27/2017 09:22:00 -04:002017-10-27 13:22:00 GMT
    Friday, October 27 2017 9:23 AM EDT2017-10-27 13:23:46 GMT
     Carole Ratcliffe (right) with Salisbury University President Janet Dudley-Eshbach and Ratcliffe Foundation Co-trustee James Wright. (Photo credit: SU) Carole Ratcliffe (right) with Salisbury University President Janet Dudley-Eshbach and Ratcliffe Foundation Co-trustee James Wright. (Photo credit: SU)
    A Salisbury University program to help create jobs throughout the mid-Atlantic will continue another five years, thanks to a new $1 million gift from the Philip E. and Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation, the university announced Friday.More
    A Salisbury University program to help create jobs throughout the mid-Atlantic will continue another five years, thanks to a new $1 million gift from the Philip E. and Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation, the university announced Friday.More
  • Salisbury Zoo to Welcome Another Andean Bear

    Salisbury Zoo to Welcome Another Andean Bear

    10/27/2017 08:16:00 -04:002017-10-27 12:16:00 GMT
    Friday, October 27 2017 8:19 AM EDT2017-10-27 12:19:27 GMT
     Salisbury Mayor Jacob Day, right, and Salisbury Zoo Director Ralph Piland, left, announced Thursday that the zoo is getting ready to welcome another Andean bear. (Photo: WBOC) Salisbury Mayor Jacob Day, right, and Salisbury Zoo Director Ralph Piland, left, announced Thursday that the zoo is getting ready to welcome another Andean bear. (Photo: WBOC)
    The Salisbury Zoo is getting ready to welcome another Andean bear, city officials announced Thursday.More
    The Salisbury Zoo is getting ready to welcome another Andean bear, city officials announced Thursday.More
  • Perdue Farms Brings New Product to North Salisbury Elementary Lunch Menu

    Perdue Farms Brings New Product to North Salisbury Elementary Lunch Menu

    10/25/2017 18:55:00 -04:002017-10-25 22:55:00 GMT
    Friday, October 27 2017 7:34 AM EDT2017-10-27 11:34:31 GMT

    Students at North Salisbury Elementary School were in for a surprise Wednesday morning when Perdue Farms Chairman Jim Perdue visited their cafeteria to debut a new food product for the school's lunch menu.

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    Students at North Salisbury Elementary School were in for a surprise Wednesday morning when Perdue Farms Chairman Jim Perdue visited their cafeteria to debut a new food product for the school's lunch menu.

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  • Md. Democrats, GOP Governor, Sparring Over Sick Leave

    Md. Democrats, GOP Governor, Sparring Over Sick Leave

    10/27/2017 03:56:00 -04:002017-10-27 07:56:00 GMT
    Friday, October 27 2017 3:56 AM EDT2017-10-27 07:56:43 GMT
    (Photo: MGN)(Photo: MGN)
    Maryland Democrats are criticizing Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's task force on paid sick leave for either failing to hold open meetings or not meeting at all.More
    Maryland Democrats are criticizing Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's task force on paid sick leave for either failing to hold open meetings or not meeting at all.More
  • Three Car Crash Closed RT 50 in Berlin

    Three Car Crash Closed Rt. 50 in Berlin

    10/27/2017 00:49:00 -04:002017-10-27 04:49:00 GMT
    Friday, October 27 2017 12:51 AM EDT2017-10-27 04:51:34 GMT
    Maryland State Police said Route 50 was closed Thursday night following an accident that involved two trucks and a farm vehicle.More
    Maryland State Police said Route 50 was closed Thursday night following an accident that involved two trucks and a farm vehicle.More
  • Oak Ridge Baptist Brings Race to the Altar

    Oak Ridge Baptist Brings Race to the Altar

    10/27/2017 00:02:00 -04:002017-10-27 04:02:00 GMT
    Friday, October 27 2017 12:02 AM EDT2017-10-27 04:02:49 GMT
    Oak Ridge Baptist Church in SalisburyOak Ridge Baptist Church in Salisbury
    SALISBURY, Md.- Oak Ridge Baptist Church hosted a community forum Thursday night to discuss race relations. Lead Pastor Brian Moss says it's an issue that is at a fever pitch right now in our country."It's a sin for the church to turn its back on thMore
    SALISBURY, Md.- Oak Ridge Baptist Church hosted a community forum Thursday night to discuss race relations. Lead Pastor Brian Moss says it's an issue that is at a fever pitch right now in our country."It's a sin for the church to turn its back on thMore
  • Beetle Devastating Mid-Shore County Trees and Ecosystem

    Beetle Devastating Mid-Shore County Trees and Ecosystem

    10/26/2017 19:37:00 -04:002017-10-26 23:37:00 GMT
    Thursday, October 26 2017 7:37 PM EDT2017-10-26 23:37:40 GMT
    Courtesy: David Showalter & Michael FalkCourtesy: David Showalter & Michael Falk
    The beautiful metallic green color on the emerald ash borer can be quite deceiving.More
    The beautiful metallic green color on the emerald ash borer can be quite deceiving.More
  • Beach Replenishment Underway in Ocean City

    Beach Replenishment Underway in Ocean City

    10/26/2017 18:25:00 -04:002017-10-26 22:25:00 GMT
    Thursday, October 26 2017 6:25 PM EDT2017-10-26 22:25:17 GMT
    Bulldozers are invading the beach in Ocean City.  It's all part of a beach replenishment project that's now underway. This project is vital in protecting the town of Ocean City.More
    Bulldozers are invading the beach in Ocean City.  It's all part of a beach replenishment project that's now underway. This project is vital in protecting the town of Ocean City.More
  • Seaford Man Charged With Attempted Murder

    Seaford Man Charged With Attempted Murder

    10/26/2017 17:17:00 -04:002017-10-26 21:17:00 GMT
    Thursday, October 26 2017 5:18 PM EDT2017-10-26 21:18:38 GMT
    Bryan Wendell KingBryan Wendell King
    A Seaford man is being held without bond on attempted murder and other charges, according to the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office.More
    A Seaford man is being held without bond on attempted murder and other charges, according to the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office.More
  • Downtown Revitalization Underway in Princess Anne

    Downtown Revitalization Underway in Princess Anne

    10/26/2017 17:05:00 -04:002017-10-26 21:05:00 GMT
    Thursday, October 26 2017 5:05 PM EDT2017-10-26 21:05:23 GMT
    Town officials and businesses in Princess Anne are working to turn a sleepy, historic main street into a thriving downtown area.More
    Town officials and businesses in Princess Anne are working to turn a sleepy, historic main street into a thriving downtown area.More
  • Salisbury Woman Arrested for Assault

    Salisbury Woman Arrested for Assault

    10/26/2017 17:03:00 -04:002017-10-26 21:03:00 GMT
    Thursday, October 26 2017 5:03 PM EDT2017-10-26 21:03:57 GMT
    Lasheena M. PurnellLasheena M. Purnell
    A Salisbury woman is behind bars on assault charges.More
    A Salisbury woman is behind bars on assault charges.More
  • Man Injured in Salisbury Shooting

    Man Injured in Salisbury Shooting

    10/26/2017 13:28:00 -04:002017-10-26 17:28:00 GMT
    Thursday, October 26 2017 1:40 PM EDT2017-10-26 17:40:05 GMT
    The scene of Thursday's shooting in Salisbury. (Photo: WBOC)The scene of Thursday's shooting in Salisbury. (Photo: WBOC)
    Salisbury police are investigating a late Thursday morning shooting that happened in the area of East Church and Linwood streets.More
    Police are investigating a late Thursday morning shooting that happened in the area of East Church and Linwood streets in Salisbury, Md.More
  • EVO's New Equipment Will Give its Beer a Taste of Delmarva

    EVO's New Equipment Will Give its Beer a Taste of Delmarva

    10/26/2017 13:14:00 -04:002017-10-26 17:14:00 GMT
    Thursday, October 26 2017 1:36 PM EDT2017-10-26 17:36:38 GMT
    EVO is looking to incorporate a taste of Delmarva into its beer with the help of a new piece of equipment, "the coolship."More
    Evolution Craft Brewing Co. in Salisbury is looking to incorporate a taste of Delmarva into its beer with the help of a new piece of equipment: "the coolship."More
  • Opioid Crisis Call Center Spreads Resources

    Opioid Crisis Call Center Spreads Resources

    10/25/2017 23:55:00 -04:002017-10-26 03:55:00 GMT
    Thursday, October 26 2017 12:56 PM EDT2017-10-26 16:56:57 GMT
    As WBOC's "Hooked: Delmarva's Drug Crisis" special went on the air Wednesday night, calls were steadily ringing into the WBOC NewsPlex.More
    As WBOC's "Hooked: Delmarva's Drug Crisis" special went on the air Wednesday night, calls were steadily ringing into the WBOC NewsPlex.More
  • The GEICO Skytypers to Perform at 2018 OC Air Show

    The GEICO Skytypers to Perform at 2018 OC Air Show

    10/26/2017 11:25:00 -04:002017-10-26 15:25:00 GMT
    Thursday, October 26 2017 11:28 AM EDT2017-10-26 15:28:55 GMT
    The Geico Skytypers (Photo credit: ocairshow.com)The Geico Skytypers (Photo credit: ocairshow.com)
    The GEICO Skytypers will be returning to the Ocean City Air Show's 2018 performance.More
    The GEICO Skytypers will be returning to the Ocean City Air Show's 2018 performance.More
  • Leah Wright Found Guilty in the Mitchell's Martial Arts Sexual Abuse Case

    Trial Begins for Co-Defendant in Mitchell's Martial Arts Sexual Abuse Case

    10/24/2017 18:54:00 -04:002017-10-24 22:54:00 GMT
    Wednesday, October 25 2017 6:34 PM EDT2017-10-25 22:34:20 GMT
    Zachariah Justice Bennett and Leah Corinn WrightZachariah Justice Bennett and Leah Corinn Wright
    Salisbury, Md.- The trial began Tuesday morning for Leah Wright, a co-defendant in the Mitchell's Martial Arts sexual abuse case. Back in 2016, two Salisbury martial arts instructors were put behind bars following the accusations that they sexually assauMore
    The trial began Tuesday morning for Leah Wright, a co-defendant in the Mitchell's Martial Arts sexual abuse case.More
  • Lead Poisoning Cases in Maryland Continue to Drop

    Lead Poisoning Cases in Maryland Continue to Drop

    10/25/2017 15:03:00 -04:002017-10-25 19:03:00 GMT
    Wednesday, October 25 2017 3:03 PM EDT2017-10-25 19:03:04 GMT
    (Photo: AP)(Photo: AP)
    State environmental officials say the number of childhood lead poisoning cases in Maryland has dropped to its lowest level since testing was implemented nearly 25 years ago.More
    State environmental officials say the number of childhood lead poisoning cases in Maryland has dropped to its lowest level since testing was implemented nearly 25 years ago.More
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  • Chincoteague Oldest Saltwater Cowboy Dies at 78

    Chincoteague Oldest Saltwter Cowboy Dies at 78

    11/18/2017 19:22:00 -05:002017-11-19 00:22:00 GMT
    Saturday, November 18 2017 10:25 PM EST2017-11-19 03:25:46 GMT
    Wesley Bloxom was Delmarva's famous Saltwater Cowboy. He was a father, a brother, Chincoteague volunteer firefighter. His younger brother, Paul Bloxom, explains how much he meant. Bloxom died earlier this week after battling cancer.More
    Wesley Bloxom was Delmarva's famous Saltwater Cowboy. He was a father, a brother, Chincoteague volunteer firefighter. His younger brother, Paul Bloxom, explains how much he meant. Bloxom died earlier this week after battling cancer.More
  • Deadly Hit and Run Collision Prompts Investigation

    Deadly Hit and Run Collision Prompts Investigation

    11/18/2017 21:59:00 -05:002017-11-19 02:59:00 GMT
    Saturday, November 18 2017 9:59 PM EST2017-11-19 02:59:14 GMT
    ELLENDALE, Del. - Police are investigating a deadly hit and run crash involving a pedestrian Thursday night.More
    ELLENDALE, Del. - Police are investigating a deadly hit and run crash involving a pedestrian Thursday night.More
  • Rehoboth Beach Raises Rental Tax

    Rehoboth Beach Raises Rental Tax

    11/18/2017 16:21:00 -05:002017-11-18 21:21:00 GMT
    Saturday, November 18 2017 4:21 PM EST2017-11-18 21:21:59 GMT
    Rehoboth Beach, DelawareRehoboth Beach, Delaware
    Rehoboth Beach De. (AP) - A popular Delaware beach town has voted to double its tax on residential rentals.The City of Rehoboth Beach announced Saturday that its commissioners approved an increase on the rental tax from 3 to 6 percent.The tax applieMore
    Rehoboth Beach De. (AP) - A popular Delaware beach town has voted to double its tax on residential rentals.The City of Rehoboth Beach announced Saturday that its commissioners approved an increase on the rental tax from 3 to 6 percent.The tax applieMore
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  • Deadly Hit and Run Collision Prompts Investigation

    Deadly Hit and Run Collision Prompts Investigation

    11/18/2017 21:59:00 -05:002017-11-19 02:59:00 GMT
    Saturday, November 18 2017 9:59 PM EST2017-11-19 02:59:14 GMT
    ELLENDALE, Del. - Police are investigating a deadly hit and run crash involving a pedestrian Thursday night.More
    ELLENDALE, Del. - Police are investigating a deadly hit and run crash involving a pedestrian Thursday night.More
  • Chincoteague Oldest Saltwater Cowboy Dies at 78

    Chincoteague Oldest Saltwter Cowboy Dies at 78

    11/18/2017 19:22:00 -05:002017-11-19 00:22:00 GMT
    Saturday, November 18 2017 10:25 PM EST2017-11-19 03:25:46 GMT
    Wesley Bloxom was Delmarva's famous Saltwater Cowboy. He was a father, a brother, Chincoteague volunteer firefighter. His younger brother, Paul Bloxom, explains how much he meant. Bloxom died earlier this week after battling cancer.More
    Wesley Bloxom was Delmarva's famous Saltwater Cowboy. He was a father, a brother, Chincoteague volunteer firefighter. His younger brother, Paul Bloxom, explains how much he meant. Bloxom died earlier this week after battling cancer.More
  • Parkside High School Teacher Back Behind Bars

    Parkside High School Teacher Back Behind Bars

    11/17/2017 17:29:00 -05:002017-11-17 22:29:00 GMT
    Friday, November 17 2017 5:29 PM EST2017-11-17 22:29:39 GMT
    Monica W. SneeMonica W. Snee
    The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office says the Parkside High School teacher arrested earlier this week in connection to a drug investigation is back behind bars.More
    The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office says the Parkside High School teacher arrested earlier this week in connection to a drug investigation is back behind bars.More
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  • Chincoteague's Oldest Saltwater Cowboy Dies at 78

    Chincoteague's Oldest Saltwater Cowboy Dies at 78

    Many today mourned the loss of the oldest Chincoteague Saltwater Cowboy. Wesley Bloxom was best known for his passion and involvement in the Chincoteague Pony Swim, one of Delmarva's biggest events. Today, his life was celebrated. Caroline Coles reports.

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    Many today mourned the loss of the oldest Chincoteague Saltwater Cowboy. Wesley Bloxom was best known for his passion and involvement in the Chincoteague Pony Swim, one of Delmarva's biggest events. Today, his life was celebrated. Caroline Coles reports.

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  • State Police Investigating Serious Crash in Ellendale

    State Police Investigating Serious Crash in Ellendale

    Delaware State Police are investigating a serious crash Friday between a car and a pick-up truck at the intersection of Hummingbird Road and Holly Tree Road in Ellendale.

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    Delaware State Police are investigating a serious crash Friday between a car and a pick-up truck at the intersection of Hummingbird Road and Holly Tree Road in Ellendale.

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  • Parkside High School Teacher Back Behind Bars

    Parkside High School Teacher Back Behind Bars

    The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office says the Parkside High School teacher arrested earlier this week in connection to a drug investigation is back behind bars. Monica Snee, 51, of Salisbury was released from prison after posting $50,000 bond. A district court judge revoked the bond and issued a bench warrant today. As a result, deputies located and arrested Snee in the area of Westbrook Drive in Salisbury.

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    The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office says the Parkside High School teacher arrested earlier this week in connection to a drug investigation is back behind bars. Monica Snee, 51, of Salisbury was released from prison after posting $50,000 bond. A district court judge revoked the bond and issued a bench warrant today. As a result, deputies located and arrested Snee in the area of Westbrook Drive in Salisbury.

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