J.D. Taylor Jr. was planting trees at his Sharpsburg home when he came upon a startling sight: a live Civil War-era shell.
Marylanders have four new Dorchester County sites to drop off oyster shells for recycling.
Army specialists removed what was believed to be a World War II era munition from an Anne Arundel County neighborhood.
Police in Howard County are trying to identify a man who took numerous lottery tickets, cigarettes and cash from a Columbia convenience store in a robbery.
Volunteers work amid whiffs of cocktail sauce and Tabasco, cleaning shells collected from shucking houses and restaurants that may end up one day on a holiday table with plump, new oysters glistening in their center.