Snow, Wind Gusts Causing Traffic Delays On Eastern ShoreSnow and wind gusts are leading to crashes and traffic delays on Maryland's Eastern Shore, the Maryland Department of Transportation said.
16-Year-Old Dies In Cambridge Double Shooting, Police SayA 16-year-old boy has died and a 15-year-old boy was wounded in a double shooting in Cambridge, Maryland State Police said.
Cambridge Mayor Andrew Bradshaw Charged With Distributing Revenge Porn On RedditIf convicted, Bradshaw would face a maximum penalty of two years’ incarceration and a $5,000 fine for each count.
Hogan Declares State Of Emergency For Parts Of Maryland Threatened By FloodingGov. Larry Hogan on Friday declared a state of emergency for parts of Maryland threatened by severe coastal flooding.
Some Marylanders Bracing For Flooding, While Others Remain UnfazedResidents stocked up on sandbags and business owners braced their storefronts Friday as coastal flooding threatened parts of Maryland's western shore.
Gov. Hogan Announces $10M Homeownership Pilot Program In Baltimore City, Dorchester CountyThe governor's office said more than 100 Maryland homeowners are expected to benefit from new affordable homeownership opportunities
Three Eastern Shore Health Care Centers Receive Combined $2.4M In Federal GrantsThree Eastern Shore health care groups have received a combined $2.4 million in federal funding for construction projects, renovations and other capital improvements, First District Congressman Andy Harris announced on Tuesday.
Tavon Dwayne Banks Sentenced To 10 Years In Federal Prison For Narcotics ChargesOfficials announced that 37-year-old Tavon Dwayne Banks of Cambridge has been sentenced to 10 years in prison followed by five years of supervised release, for conspiracy to distribute narcotics and possession with the intent to distribute cocaine and cocaine base.
Bottlenose Dolphins Spotted In Choptank RiverThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources shared that they spotted a few bottlenose dolphins south of Cambridge on Monday!
Maryland Civil Rights Leaders Travel On Bus Tour To Address Systemic Racism & Police MisconductMaryland Civil Rights leaders traveled across the Eastern Shore on a bus tour to remind Marylanders of the need to eliminate systemic racism and police misconduct on Monday. 
Tracking Elsa: Tropical Storm Moves Out Of Maryland After Bringing Heavy Rains, Strong Winds To Coastal CommunitiesTropical Storm Elsa brought whipping winds and heavy rains overnight as the storm passed over Maryland's coastal communities.