People all over the Northeast are marking the first anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. The devastating storm killed at least 147 people and damaged or destroyed around 650,000 homes.
A former Crisfield police chief who’s previously been charged with arson and theft will serve a year in jail for theft, property destruction and a gun offense.
The Coast Guard rescued two boaters aboard a fishing boat taking on water near the Pocomoke Sound Wildlife Management Area.
Crisfield Police say the town’s former police chief has been arrested on theft and firearms charges.
After Hurricane Sandy dealt a devastating blow to a Maryland community, locals are now fighting to keep that community alive.
A popular waterfront restaurant closed for nearly two years was reopened this week by a group of locals who hope to send a clear message: Crisfield is still alive after Hurricane Sandy.
State officials say federal grant money for Marylanders whose homes were damaged during Superstorm Sandy won’t go to people who live on Smith Island.
Police in Crisfield who moved into a former bank building after Hurricane Sandy damaged the police station’s roof won’t be making the bank a permanent home.
Maryland’s Board of Public Works has approved $3.6 million for a wind power project in Crisfield, clearing the way for construction to begin.
Maryland’s two U.S. senators are announcing more federal aid to help Somerset County recover from Superstorm Sandy.
Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski will visit the city of Crisfield to observe recovery efforts that are ongoing in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Construction of a wind turbine next to Crisfield’s sewage plant could begin as soon as April following the award of a $3.2 million contract.