Search Continues For Missing Queen Anne's County ManThe search for a missing Queen Anne's County man continues.
3,000 Chickens Killed In Queen Anne's Co. FireAuthorities say 3,000 chickens were killed in a fire in Centreville.
Man Who Drove Stolen Ambulance Into Md. Gets 2 YearsA man who stole an ambulance from a Delaware hospital and led police on a chase into Maryland that included a stretch going the wrong way on Route 50 has been sentenced to more than two years in the Queen Anne's County Detention Center.
Parents Complain About Inmates On School GroundsInmates from an Eastern Shore pre-release facility will no longer be used to maintain school grounds in Queen Anne's County following complaints by parents.
Students Evacuate Queen Anne's County High School After FireOn the Eastern Shore, students were sent home from Queen Anne's County High School after a fire broke out inside the building.
Police: Md. Inmate Shot & Killed After He Walked Away From Prison & Fired GunMaryland authorities say an inmate serving time for assault is dead after he walked away from a prison and allegedly said officials would have to kill him before he went back.
Driver Killed In Crash On Route 213 In Queen Anne's CountyA deadly crash shuts down a stretch of Route 213 in Centreville.
Woman Charged After Malnourished Horses SeizedThe owner of a Centreville, Md., horse farm where 140 horses were found to be malnourished has been charged with animal cruelty.
Traffic Detoured After Serious Bus Crash In Centreville Injures 17A charter bus packed with young children on a field trip flipped onto its side. It happened in Centreville.
Woman's Body Found On Centreville FarmThe Queen Anne's County Sherriff's Office says they are investigating the discovery of a woman's body in Centreville as a homicide.
Old Armory Building Gives Chance To StudentsA shooting range and a weapons closet aren't on the wish lists of many schools. Nor is having to remediate asbestos. But Head of School Chrissy Aull and her counterparts at Wye River Upper School are seeing beyond these facets of Centreville's 1926 armory building to the permanent home it can be for their students.