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The Maryland State Highway Administration will conduct routine maintenance repairs on the Main Street (MD 991) Drawbridge over the Wicomico River in downtown Salisbury beginning Sunday, April 14, … more
The City of Salisbury announces an interactive event called, Meet the Mayor, which invite... more
Wicomico County officials will hold a public meeting regarding development of a dog park located at the Wicomico County Welcome Center ... more
ANNAPOLIS — Lawmakers are moving toward consensus on changes to Maryland’s juvenile justice system, discussing how to address crime by children ages 10 to 12 and get them into … more
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s Democratic-led legislature passed the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future in 2021, vowing to pour billions of dollars into the state’s public schools to … more
As part of the Department of Field Operations ongoing effort to keep the public informed of improvements .... more
American-made semiconductors and other parts have been found in Russian weapons used against Ukraine, even with strict Biden administration sanctions, experts told a Senate panel Tuesday. more
Nearly $25,000. That’s how much one ticket cost on Vivid Seats for Hozier’s upcoming Merriweather Post Pavilion show in May. The original price for a seat at the sold-out show was $99, according to I.M.P., the production company that owns Merriweather. more
February is Black History Month, an observance meant to honor and celebrate the achievements made by African Americans throughout the history of the United States. more
WICOMICO -  Acting State Fire Marshal Jason M. Mowbray is issuing a call for Marylanders to check their smoke alarms and have an escape plan … more
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Larry Hogan’s recent decision to run for U.S. Senate comes as a shock to many of the state’s lawmakers — especially Democrats who worked with the former Republican governor and think he wasn’t all that cooperative with the legislature. more
State lawmakers are proposing legislation that cracks down on ticket scalping in Maryland, hoping to stop unfair ticket prices and bad actors in the resale market. more
As lawmakers reviewed increasing Houthi attacks on ships in the Red Sea, anti-war protesters confronted a House of Representatives hearing Wednesday over U.S. military involvement in the Middle East. more
Two Democratic senators on an investigations panel have questioned the loyalty of four major American consulting firms, accusing them of withholding information subpoenaed by Congress regarding their work for Saudi Arabia. more
U.S. Supreme Court justices were skeptical of Colorado’s decision to remove former President Donald Trump from the Republican primary ballot during Thursday’s oral arguments. more
Salisbury University students presented their research to Maryland legislators and other guests during SU’s eighth annual Posters on the Bay presentation ... more
SALISBURY — A new license plate reader system in the Circle Avenue Parking Garage in Downtown Salisbury is now live. more
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program will assist households... more
SALISBURY  — On Tuesday, Jan. 23, as part of the City of Salisbury’s efforts to improve, repair, and maintain the Water Distribution System ... more
ANNAPOLIS — Last month, the U.S. Department of Commerce notified Maryland Gov. Wes Moore that it has declined Maryland’s request for a federal commercial fisheries disaster declaration … more
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