When Barry Laws started the Pocomoke River Canoe Co. 30 years ago on the banks of the Pocomoke River, he didn’t have a kayak in his fleet. Canoes were the only way to paddle up and down the scenic waterway.
Maryland elections won’t take place until next year, but an annual Eastern Shore crab bake known for its political flavor had an unusual amount of campaign activity surrounding it Wednesday.
Republican David Craig has officially announced that Del. Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio will be his running mate in his bid for governor.
John Franklin Riggs swam for hours to reach help for his family, including two children, after their boat capsized in a storm.
Rabid raccoons are terrorizing people and pets at Maryland’s Eastern Shore beaches.
The storm also brought a lot of rain to the far Eastern Shore.
The University of Maryland Eastern shore has picked a law enforcer with nearly three decades of experience in state and local policing to be its new director of public safety.
Some NFL greats and University of Maryland Eastern Shore alumni will return to their roots on the Eastern Shore to help raise money for UMES’s Professional Golf Management Program and Division of Athletics by participating in the annual Art Shell UMES Celebrity Golf Classic and Junior Tournament June 11-12.
We have some dry weather Friday for the most part, and a wind out of the southwest will allow for a warmer afternoon.
An elderly woman is facing charges after driving in the opposite direction on Route 50 and causing a major accident. Three people are still recovering at Shock Trauma.
A mystery in Maryland remains unsolved. The death of a woman whose body was discovered in the Chesapeake Bay still haunts her family and puzzles police.
With a clear sky and virtually no wind early Thursday, temperatures are starting off in the 40s.