Chesapeake Country All-American Road Listed In Federal Collection Of Scenic RoadwaysState and local officials on Sunday will celebrate the inclusion of the Chesapeake Country All-American Road in the U.S. Department of Transportation's America’s Byways collection.
Small Plane Crashes In Talbot County While Attempting To Land At Easton AirportOfficials confirmed that a twin-engine plane crashed into a field on Thursday afternoon in Talbot County. 
Naval Academy Midshipman Injured In Small Plane Crash Near Easton AirportA fiery small plane crash in Easton Thursday morning hospitalized the pilot, Maryland State Police said.
Rally Held Urging Removal Of Confederate Statue In Talbot CountyA rally was held in Talbot County urging the removal of a confederate statue on Saturday.
Six Historical Projects Across Maryland Receive Preservation GrantsThe Maryland Historical Trust will find six projects throughout the state with Historic Preservation Capital Grants, which assists brick and mortar historic preservation projects. Gov. Larry Hogan announced during Wednesday's Board of Public Works meeting.
$4M In Damages Reported In Talbot County House FireA fire caused $4 million in damages to a Talbot County home Wednesday.
Kanye West Spotted Along Maryland's Eastern ShoreRapper Kanye West was spotted on Maryland's Eastern Shore on Tuesday.
Talbot County Council Votes To Keep Confederate StatueThe Talbot County Council voted earlier this week to keep a controversial memorial honoring Confederate soldiers outside the courthouse.
Coronavirus Latest: Talbot County To Fine People $1,000 If They Are Not Wearing MaskAnyone who refuses to wear a face mask in Talbot County, Maryland could be fined up to $1,000 for failing to do so.
Firefighters Battle Two Large House Fires Within Hours In Talbot CountyFirefighters in Talbot County battled two large house fires within hours of each other Monday night, the state fire marshal's office said.
Gov. Hogan Stresses Fight Against Coronavirus Is 'Far From Over,' As Maryland Continues To Ramp Up TestingAs the state continues to announce further COVID-19 testing efforts in its jurisdictions, Marylanders now have 215 testing site options, the governor announced Monday.