Susan Parker, DelmarvaNow!

Susan Parker


Salisbury, MD, United States

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Past articles by Susan:

Pines family's love lifts daughter with cerebral palsy beyond limitations

Ocean Pines, Maryland, family wraps their daughter — diagnosed with cerebral palsy, Coffin-Lowry syndrome, and epilepsy — in love. → Read More

'Wicked Tuna' star William Hathaway dead at 36 in car crash

William "Willbilly" Hathaway, who had been on "Wicked Tuna" was known for helping others, has died in a crash. → Read More

Informed health care consumers get more bang for their bucks

Lower Shore agencies join forces to help residents be more proactive. → Read More

New restaurant delivery service open in Salisbury area

Just Deliveries will deliver meals from participating restaurants to customers in the Salisbury area. → Read More

Route 13 closed after crash

The crash, which happened mid-afternoon Thursday, involved one vehicle and has currently closed both lanes of Route 13 going south near Stockyard Road. → Read More

$248K black market chicken thefts lead to prison sentences

Three Delmarva man were sentenced after stealing nearly $250,000 worth of chicken parts and selling them for personal gain. → Read More

Crisfield still expects widespread flooding as Hurricane Florence moves south

Despite diminished impact from Hurricane Florence, Crisfield could experience severe flooding. → Read More

Stay on higher ground, if you can; avoid flood-prone roads

A list of flooding-prone areas on Delmarva that should be avoided if possiblre → Read More

What it takes to clean up after National Folk Festival in Salisbury

Between Sunday evening and Monday morning, Public Works is tasked with getting Salisbury ready for a normal workday. → Read More

DNR targets Manokin River for oyster restoration project

The Manokin River will replace Breton Bay in St. Mary's County as the state's fifth large-scale oyster restoration project. → Read More

PETA billboard aims to convince crab-loving Maryland to stop eating the crustaceans

A billboard touting PETA's push to promote humane treatment of all living creatures, specifically crabs, was erected recently in Baltimore. Aimed at an upcoming seafood festival, the billboard reads, "I'm me, not meat. See the individual. Go vegan." → Read More

Waterspout spotted off Crisfield in Tangier Sound

Crisfield resident David Barone Sr. caught a substantial waterspout off Crisfield in Tangier Sound Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

'He has a gun': Armed pharmacist chases off would-be robbers

Monday afternoon two armed men walked into Karemore, pointed a gun at the cashier and asked for narcotics. It didn't end well for the armed men. → Read More

Accomack official dies suddenly

Leslie Savage of Parksley, commissioner of Revenue for Accomack County, died unexpectedly Thursday, July 26. → Read More

Crisfield to explore Shore's Elizabethan connections

Crisfield is hosting a Shakespeare Festival in September, with an eye to exploring linguistic connections to Elizabethan English. → Read More

Smith Island jetty project nears completion

Officials gathered Thursday morning at Somers Cove to celebrate a major milestone in the Smith Island jetty project. → Read More

Crisfield elects new mayor, council members

Incumbent City Councilman Mark Konapelsky misses the mark, coming in fourth in Crisfield's 2018 election. → Read More

Waterfront restaurants slated to join Aldi grocery store on Route 13

The Salisbury City Council expressed support to annexing land near an upcoming Aldi grocery store north of Salisbury, Maryland. → Read More

10 do's and don'ts for a safe day at the beach

Here's what you need to know for having the best day at the beach. → Read More

In Maryland starving horses case, owner indicted on animal cruelty, abuse

Barbara Pilchard, the owner of a Quantico, Maryland, farm where 98 starving horses were rescued, has been indicted. At least 20 were dead. → Read More