Home Invasion in Nanticoke, MD Under Investigation

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A home invasion that occurred at a home on Bank Road in Nanticoke, Maryland is under investigation. According to the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office, in the early morning hours of August 14th, two individuals forced open a door displaying handguns. The two then assaulted the person inside causing serious injuries. They ransacked the residence and…

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UPDATED: Man Found Dead in North Ocean City Lot

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UPDATED – 11:20am – Ocean City Police and Fire officials were called to the area of 116th Street Sunday night around 11pm for an unconscious man inside a vehicle. Ocean City Police and EMS performed lifesaving efforts, but the man was pronounced dead at the scene. The victim’s body has been taken to the Office…

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Barn Fire in Caroline County, MD Under Investigation

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A fire that occurred on Ridgely Road in Ridgely– Caroline County is currently under investigation. According to the Office of the State Fire Marshal, it took 40 firefighters about 30 minutes to control the blaze, which started around 10:00 last night. A passerby noticed the barn on fire. Officials estimate the damage to be around…

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DDA Warns of Potential Salmonella Risk to Owners of Red-eared Slider Turtles

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The Delaware Department of Agriculture (DDA) is warning anyone who purchased turtles, specifically the red-eared slider turtle, between August 2020 and January 2021 to take extra precautions to prevent illness. The CDC and officials from several states are investigating a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium linked to small turtles. As of February 20, 2021, a…

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New MD State Gray Triggerfish Record – Caught Off Ocean City

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The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has recognized Logan Liddick of Carlisle, Pa. as the new Maryland state record holder for the gray triggerfish (Balistes capriscus). The 34-year-old angler caught the 6.0-pound, 20-inch long fish on Sept. 25, while fishing near a shipwreck 14 miles off the coast of Ocean City.  Using both clams and squid for…

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Flags Return to Full Staff at Sunset Tuesday

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Flag Status Alert: United States Flag, Delaware and Maryland Flag return to Full-Staff The United States Flag, Delaware and Maryland State Flag shall be raised to full staff at sunset, today, Tuesday, September 29, 2020, the day of interment for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.  Associate Justice Ginsburg passed away on September 18,…

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MD AG Frosh Pushing for Mail-In 2020 General Election

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Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today released the following statement: “We cannot overstate the devastating consequences likely to result if the State of Maryland does not plan now to mail every voter a ballot for the 2020 Presidential General Election.” “That is what the Maryland Association of Elections Officials, representing every single one of our state’s 24…

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Coronavirus Testing This Week

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Monday thru Friday at Hosmane Urology, Savannah Road, Lewes from 8:30 to 5:30 – drive thru nasal swab testing for people with and without symptoms.  No doctor’s referral is needed but you do need to make an appointment – www.dpspa.com/covid19.  NO WALKUPS. * Tues, July 7 at Rehoboth Convention Center Parking Lot from 10am to…

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MD Governor Hogan to Invest More in Education

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Governor Larry Hogan today, following his recent announcement to launch the next chapter of education reform in Maryland, committed another $130 million in additional education spending, including prekindergarten expansion and Concentrations of Poverty Grants. The governor will also introduce new legislation to expand access to Advanced Placement (AP) tests for low-income students. “I believe very strongly that…

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UPDATED: MD Flags to Half-Staff in Honor of R. Clayton Mitchell, Former Speaker of MD House

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Governor Larry Hogan has ordered Maryland Flags to half-staff in honor of R. Clayton Mitchell, the former Speaker of the Maryland House, who died Thursday at the age of 83.  Speaker Mitchell leaves an indelible mark on Maryland through his countless contributions which include fighting to modernize Maryland’s transportation infrastructure.  Last year Governor Hogan dedicated…

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Maryland Transportation Officials Tracking 2 Storms Today & Tuesday

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The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) is tracking two storms that will impact the state beginning later today and again Tuesday afternoon. Crews are pre-treating roads today in advance of the coming storm. The first storm is poised to move across Maryland Monday evening, with most impacts in the north and…

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MD Gov Larry Hogan Announces Proposed FY 2020 Budget

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Governor Larry Hogan today announced major items in the administration’s fiscal year 2020 budget, which will be officially submitted on Friday, January 18. The governor’s budget fully funds not only the administration’s priorities, but also all legislative mandated spending programs without raising taxes, cutting services, or raiding dedicated special funds. The budget leaves $1.3 billion…

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$575 Million Settlement with Wells Fargo for Unfair & Deceptive Trade Practices

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Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today announced a multi-state settlement with Wells Fargo Bank N.A. (Wells Fargo) resolving claims that the bank violated state consumer protection laws by: 1)    Opening millions of unauthorized accounts and enrolling customers into online banking services without their knowledge or consent; 2)    Improperly referring customers for enrollment in third-party…

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Gov Hogan Awards Nearly $4-Million to New Violence Prevention Program

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The Hogan Administration has awarded nearly $4-million for a new violence prevention program which emphasizes a reduction in gun violence.  This is part of the Governor’s commitment to make Maryland safer – the funding comes from the Violence Intervention and Prevention Program which was passed during the 2018 legislative session.  Governor Hogan also signed additional…

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UPDATED: Gov Hogan Lifts State of Emergency for Maryland for Hurricane Florence

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UPDATED:  State of Emergency was lifted on September 21. ================================================ Governor Larry Hogan Declares State of Emergency for Hurricane Florence Executive Order Issued Ahead of Storm Making Projected Landfall on the U.S. East Coast ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today signed Executive Order 01.01.2018.22 declaring a state of emergency beginning Monday, September 10, 2018 ahead of the landfall of Hurricane…

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Second Arrest Made in Kent County Burglaries

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A Maryland woman wanted in connection with multiple burglaries in June in the Hartly, Clayton and Dover areas has been arrested by Delaware State Police.  While investigating these crimes, police identified 25 year old Destiny Thomas and her 32 year old brother, George – both of Wellington – as the suspects.  Police arrested George last…

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Flash Flood WATCH CANCELED – Worcester, Wicomico, Somerset, Dorchester – Till 2am Monday

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The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch that affects the following WGMD locations: Worcester County,MD Wicomico County,MD Somerset County,MD Dorchester County,MD ————————————————————— URGENT – IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED Flood Watch National Weather Service Wakefield VA 243 PM EDT Sun Jun 10 2018 …FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 2 AM EDT MONDAY……

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Federal Charges against 3 Men for Salisbury Armored Car Robbery

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Three men face federal charges after the robbery of an armored vehicle in Salisbury last January.  The US Attorney for the District of Maryland has charged 48 year old Orneth South of North Carolina, 42 year old Michael Watts of Brooklyn, NY and 38 year old Ryan Smith of Princess Anne with robbery and firearms…

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UPDATED: Funeral Services Held Friday for Slain PG Officer

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      UPDATED FRIDAY:  Funeral services for Corporal Mujahid Ramzziddin were held this afternoon. The Prince George’s County Corporal was shot and killed helping a neighbor in Brandywine earlier this week. He stepped in to protect a woman from domestic violence.  Her husband shot and killed Corporal Ramzziddin – then led police on a…

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Maryland has First Pediatric Flu-related Death

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In Maryland, the first flu-related pediatric death has been recorded.  Public Health officials have detected a marked increase in Flu activity since December and are warning the public to take measures to prevent the flu – especially getting the flu shot if you haven’t already.

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