Another sign that spring is here is the opening of Maryland’s crab season.
Maryland natural resources officials say they want to buy back more crab licenses, and it might be worth waiting to see if the price goes up.
Maryland is ending its crab license buyback program after retiring nearly 700 over the past year and a half.
Somerset County watermen are asking Delegate-elect Charles Otto to ease crabbing restrictions.
The end of an era is coming, as Obrycki’s Crab House prepares to close its doors.