Suspects Arrested In Violent Home Invasion In Somerset CountyTwo men have been arrested for a home invasion in Somerset County.
Md. State Police Arrest Suspect in Somerset County HomicideThe Maryland State Police have arrested a man connected to the murder of a 22-year-old man who was found dead in the backyard of a Somerset County home.
1 Arrested for Burning Billboard in Somerset CountyPrincess Anne police have arrested a woman authorities say set a billboard on fire.
Md. State Police Investigates Body Found in BackyardMaryland State Police are investigating the death of a man who was found in a Somerset County backyard.
5 Pounds Of Marijuana Seized During Traffic StopMaryland State Police say a Virginia man has been charged after more than 5 pounds of marijuana were found in a car during a traffic stop in Somerset County.
Officials: Md. Man Dies After Trench Collapses, Buries HimA Maryland man working in a drainage ditch outside a central New Jersey home was killed when he was buried in a trench collapse.
Funeral Planned For 8 Found Dead In Md. HomeA funeral is planned next weekend for a Maryland father and his seven children who died of carbon monoxide poisoning at their home.
8 Deaths In Home Bring Scrutiny Of Carbon Monoxide PoisoningAuthorities are continuing to investigate the death of eight family members due to carbon monoxide poisoning on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Father, 7 Children Found Dead In Likely Carbon Monoxide IncidentA family of eight is found dead inside their Eastern Shore home -- seven of them were children.
Md. County Swears In First New Clerk In 51 YearsWhen Charles Horner was sworn in as the Somerset County Clerk of the Circuit Court on Monday, it marked the first time in more than a half-century that someone new has held that position.
2 Men Arrested In Maryland For Human Trafficking Two men have been arrested and charged for human trafficking and other related charges in Somerset County on Sunday.
Md. Residents, Farmers Squabble Over Chicken FarmA proposal to build a large-scale chicken farm has ruffled the feathers of residents in an Eastern Shore community.