Police: Man Demands Crabs, Shows “Splat Gun”

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A Millsboro man has been arrested for aggravated menacing in Rehoboth Beach.According to Rehoboth Beach Police, a man approached three employees of Claws Seafood House on Rehoboth Avenue last Saturday afternoon July 2nd and asked for a free bushel of crabs. One employee recognized the man who had attempted this in the past.Police said an…

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UD Study Investigates Abandoned Crab Pots in Delaware’s Inland Bays

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The University of Delaware and Sea Grant have concluded a study that investigated the presence of abandoned crab pots in the state’s inland bays. The assessment looked into so-called ghost crab pots in three main areas of the Rehoboth Bay: Love Creek, Herring Creek/Guinnea Creek and Bay Cove. The survey of 100 acres discovered 160…

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VIDEO: WGMD News Week in Review 4/11/2019

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WATCH: Milton-based Dogfish Head Brewery is set for a merger, positive news for Maryland’s crabbing industry and the Woodland Ferry is set to be out of commission longer than expected. Plus, huge congratulations are in order for our own *newlywed* Mike Bradley! Join WGMD’s Hunter Landon for a look back at the week’s top stories!

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30,000 Temporary Migrant Workers for Maryland’s Crab Industry Receive Approval

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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Representative Andy Harris of the 1st District are reacting after the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security and Labor granted 30,000 temporary migrant work visas for Maryland’s crab industry. In the final rule issued today, Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan and Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta said they decided that…

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Maryland Seafood Industry Will Recieve H2-B Workers This Season

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β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”-The Trump administration is set to allocate an additional 30,000 H-2B visas this year, positive news for Maryland’s seafood industry. Waterman and seafood companies depend on seasonal migrant workers who legally, temporarily visit the United States to pick crab meat, and then return home to Central and South American countries. Maryland U.S. Senator Chris Van…

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