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Past articles by Maddie:

Meet the Salisbury man and 'American Idol' contestant that Katy Perry called a superstar

Salisbury native Jeremiah "Jay" Copeland will compete in the 20th season of American Idol, which premiers Feb. 27. → Read More

Lend a helping hand: What Lower Shore homeless shelters need after big snowstorm

For those looking to extend a helping hand, we asked Lower Shore shelters and nonprofits about their current needs after Monday's snowstorm. → Read More

Phillips Seafood, an Ocean City icon, closes doors permanently

After serving Ocean City for 66 years, Phillips Seafood has permanently closed its original restaurant location. → Read More

Workforce housing solutions: New Ocean City project proposed

The Ocean City Town Council heard plans to add workforce housing and a public safety facility to the town as part of labor shortage solutions. → Read More

Which grocery store is missing from the Lower Shore? Vote in our poll

We want your input on which grocery store is missing from the Lower Shore. Vote in our poll, which closes Dec. 22. → Read More

How to shop at Aldi: Tips and tricks for navigating the discount grocery store

A shopper's guide to navigating Aldi as the Berlin store prepares to open. → Read More

Pocomoke City man arrested after shooting his girlfriend: Police

A Pocomoke City woman is in the hospital after her boyfriend, Skky Tyrelle Townsend, shot her on Saturday. → Read More

Pocomoke City teen sentenced to life in prison for 2020 murder

A Pocomoke City teenager has been sentenced to life in prison for first-degree murder. Marion Maddox, 19, fatally shot Deavon Davis on Aug. 11, 2020. → Read More

Masks in schools: Maryland Board of Education moves toward 'off ramps' to lift masking

The Maryland State Board of Education voted to instruct the creation of emergency regulation that would provide "off ramps" to the state mask mandate. → Read More

Finding a fresh start: Nonprofit aids those who served time

Positive Reinforcements in Princess Anne, Md. is a nonprofit that offers reentry resources and training to formerly incarcerated people. → Read More

Most of Rehoboth Sunglass Hut's glasses, cash stolen in burglary: Police

Delaware State Police are investigating a burglary at the Rehoboth Beach Sunglass Hut. → Read More

Port of Salisbury Marina one step closer to transformation with city council resolution

The Port of Salisbury Marina is one step closer to redevelopment after Monday's city council meeting. → Read More

Worcester schools add early dismissal days, virtual days to calendar

Worcester County public schools have added several early dismissal days and virtual learning days to the district's 2021-22 calendar. → Read More

Berlin closes town-owned buildings after coronavirus exposure

All Berlin town-owned buildings, including the Town Hall, are closed due to coronavirus exposure. → Read More

Can't decide where to eat dinner? Salisbury foodie tour lets you try several in one night

Food lovers will soon get the chance to experience the Salisbury dining scene in a new way. → Read More

Results are in: Who won Pittsville's 2021 town commissioner election?

Pittsville will see one new face and two incumbents serve as its next town commissioners. → Read More

State of the City 2021: What's in store for Salisbury's future

Salisbury has undergone major changes in the past year — and the city isn't backing away from further growth. → Read More

What's the value of trip to Salisbury, Tilghman Island? 'The Price is Right' contestant knows

A "The Price is Right" contestant will come on down to Salisbury and Tilghman Island after winning a trip to the Eastern Shore. → Read More

Amid pushback, Pocomoke High School stands behind diversity mural

Pocomoke High School is standing behind a mural amid pushback from local community members. → Read More

2021 National Folk Festival contributed an estimated $19.8 million to Salisbury's economy

The 2021 National Folk Festival raked in an estimated $19.8 million long-term economic impact on Wicomico, Worcester and Somerset counties. → Read More