Justina Coronel, 47 ABC

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Salisbury, MD, United States

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Past articles by Justina:

Rumors circulate around Laurel homicide investigation

LAUREL, Del. – A suspicious death investigation has now been ruled a homicide in Laurel and the death has people talking. The community is shaken up, after a body was found Saturday morning off of South Shell Bridge Road and many are voicing their concerns on Facebook. One comment said this was not a random act, another talking about how she... → Read More

UPDATE: Medical examiner confirms stabbings of three prior to Nelsonia house fire

NELSONIA, Va. – A murder and arson investigation in Nelsonia is now leading to more questions than answers. Back on February 1st, two adults and a small child were found dead inside a burnt mobile home but now a medical examiners report has revealed that all three were stabbed prior to the fire. According to their report, 24-year-old Wilson Escalante-Perez,... → Read More

Tax filing season: What to expect with new tax law in place

47 ABC – With a new tax law this year, the idea of putting more in your pocket, may not come true. According to the CG Accounting Group, you may see a smaller refund than you’re used to this filing season. Accountant Seth Place says, “They changed the withholding calculation in pay checks so 2018, paychecks may have gotten bigger,... → Read More

Free food pantries opening up in Sussex County

GEORGETOWN, Del. – Some exciting news out of Sussex County. A free food pantry is up and running in Georgetown. An advocate for homelessness, Jim Martin, has partnered with the Shepherd’s Office to start planting these pantries across the county. The Shepherd’s Office is a Christian resource location that aids others to be able to obtain clothing, food, shelter and employment.... → Read More

Overdose Deaths in MD increase, Wicomico County numbers decrease

WICOMICO COUNTY, Md. – A new report shows that Wicomico County is seeing a decrease in opioid overdose deaths. The Maryland Department of Health report shows that there is an 11% increase in Maryland. But despite the state seeing an uptick, Wicomico County is seeing a reduction from 19 lives lost to 17. The Wicomico County Health Department says... → Read More

Maryland state retirees catch a break on prescription coverage

MARYLAND – In Maryland, state retirees are catching a break with their prescription coverage. Back in 2011, a law was passed under the O’Malley Administration that would cause these retirees to move from a state prescription drug plan to Medicare Part D Plan. This means the full prescription care they say they were promised would be stripped away. We’re told... → Read More

Attics of My Life reopens in Selbyville after fire burns previous store

SELBYVILLE, Del. – It’s a heartwarming story out of Sussex County where a store owner is finally re-opening after she lost her old shop to a fire. Back in April, Attics of My Life in Berlin went up in flames. We’re told they lost $150,000 worth of their live savings in that fire. But owner Ashley Abell has picked... → Read More

Millsboro hopes to add surveillance cameras downtown

MILLSBORO, Del. – In Millsboro, the town is hoping to step up their security measures by adding security cameras in the Main Street area. This is all apart of the town’s revitalization effort for downtown. Millsboro Police Department has applied for a $32,000 grant for a new surveillance system through the state of Delaware. If approved, the town will place... → Read More

Several Smith Island residents evacuate before Hurricane Florence hits

SMITH ISLAND, Md. – Accomack County residents have been packing their bags and getting ready to hit the road, after their mandatory evacuation, but they aren’t the only ones leaving town. After a recommended evacuation for Smith Island, residents have the decision to stay or go. In order to be safe, Maryland Natural Resources Police and the Coast Guard are saving the day by picking... → Read More

Foodie Friday: Matt's Fish Camp

On this edition of Foodie Friday, the duo is diving into one of the Sodel Concepts restaurants that focuses on traditional seafood favorites. → Read More

Beaver Run Elementary hosting workshops for community input on new school designs

Do you want to have a say in what the new Beaver Run Elementary School will look like? Well, now you have a chance! → Read More

Former OC mayor Roland "Fish" Powell passes away before his 90th birthday

It's a sad day in Ocean City, as former Mayor Roland Powell passed away Wednesday morning at 89 years old. → Read More

Cold case playing cards distributed in Del. institutions to see if inmates can help solve crimes

A simple deck of cards is a way for inmates to pass some time. → Read More

Jellyfish Festival in search for high profile acts to come to OC

A major concert series is set for next summer in Ocean City. → Read More

OC volunteer firefighters vote no confidence in the fire chief by majority vote

A storm could be brewing at the Ocean City Volunteer Fire Company. → Read More

Two sea turtles wash ashore back-to-back days on Delaware's coast

Two dead sea turtles have washed ashore on Delaware's coastline in back-to-back days. → Read More

Largest Viking ship stops in Lewes before it sails to Ocean City

In Sussex County, a new attraction has caught the attention of community members in Lewes. The Draken is the world's largest Viking ship built in modern times. → Read More

CO assaulted at SCI; Del. tries to fix staffing issue by moving inmates out of state

A correctional facility in Sussex County is the site of another assault on correctional officers. While the attack may not have ended with a serious injury, it once again highlights a serious problem. → Read More

City of Dover Public Works Department: Offering free water testing

The City of Dover is offering anyone who lives in a home built after 1982 free water testing, if that home has copper pipes. → Read More

Life Crisis Center creates social media campaign for victims of domestic abuse

Every 15 seconds, a woman is beaten. If you're shocked by that, then you'll be equally as shocked by the community's response. → Read More