Maryland Town Cancels Halloween Trick-Or-Treating Due To COVID-19One Maryland community has cancelled any city-sponsored Halloween trick-or-treating events after new guidelines from the CDC suggest its a high-risk behavior for spreading coronavirus.
3-Alarm Blaze Causes Estimated $5.5M In Damage At Eastern Shore Forest Products Facility In Somerset CountyA three-alarm blaze destroyed an Eastern Shore business Saturday night and caused millions of dollars in damage, the state fire marshal's office said Sunday.
Ex-Police Chief Convicted In Retrial Of Misconduct A former police chief on Maryland's Eastern Shore has been convicted of misconduct in office.
Eastern Shore City To Pay $650K To Resolve Officers' Racial Bias ClaimsA court filing Wednesday says former Pocomoke City Police Chief Kelvin Sewell accepted a $450,000 settlement offer.
New Trial Granted To Ex-Police Chief Convicted Of MisconductFormer Pocomoke City chief Kelvin Sewell was convicted in 2016 following a 2014 hit-and-run incident involving Douglas Matthews, a Maryland correctional officer and fellow local Masonic lodge member.
Drag Car Crash Injures Md. Man, Shuts Down Delaware RacetrackAuthorities say a Maryland man was seriously injured when he lost control of a drag car at a Delaware racetrack.
Appeals Court Hears Police Racial Discrimination CaseThe Maryland attorney general's office on Tuesday asked a federal appeals court to dismiss claims made against the state in a racial discrimination case brought by a former police chief and two other black officers from a small city on Maryland's eastern shore.
Md. State Police Arrest Suspect in Late-Night MurderMaryland State Troopers arrested a man early Friday morning connected to a Thursday night murder.
Sexual Assault Suspect Found Dead in Pocomoke CityPocomoke City Police discovered a suspect connected to sexual assaults dead on his apartment bed Thursday.
Former Pocomoke Cop Guilty In Hit-And-Run CoverupA former small-town police lieutenant has been found guilty of conspiring with another officer to interfere with a crash investigation.
Town's Leaders Defend Firing Of First Black Police ChiefLeaders of a small, predominantly black town on Maryland's Eastern Shore are defending their decision to fire the town's first black police chief and call for healing racial tensions that have divided the community.
Firing Of Town's First Black Police Chief Leads To TurmoilResidents of a small town on Maryland's Eastern Shore vented their frustrations and concerns about the ouster of the town's first black police chief at a City Council meeting Monday that devolved into angry shouting.
ACLU Says Reporters Barred From Pocomoke Council MeetingThe American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland says reporters were illegally barred from a Pocomoke City council meeting during which the recent firing of the town's police chief was discussed.
Man Accused Of Setting Family House On FirePocomoke City police have arrested a man they say set his house on fire while his family slept inside.
Homegrown Pocomoke Store Celebrates 80 YearsOpening its doors in 1933, Scher's Bridal Shop has been a staple of the Pocomoke community and is a prime example for showing how a small family-owned business can sustain itself.