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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Kelly:

Abortion by the numbers: Why a full picture on a fiery topic this election is hard to paint

When tracking access becomes pivotal, how does the U.S. look to keep a pulse on one of the most divisive subjects of health care this election cycle? → Read More

As PGA Tour aligns closer with gambling, sports radio host Craig Carton wants to talk about the addiction

The PGA Tour is all in on the sports gambling trend. But the WFAN host tells another side. → Read More

Tropical Storm Elsa: Heavy rainfall, gusty winds expected for Maryland, Delaware, Virginia

Tropical Storm Elsa should reach Delaware, Maryland and Virginia by Thursday evening. → Read More

Salisbury launches electric scooter service with the Bird App

Salisbury residents and visitors alike can now look out for electric scooters to rent and ride using the Bird App, on Android or Apple devices. → Read More

Have a beer with your shot. Evolution Craft Brewing Co. plans COVID vaccine promotion

Evolution Craft Brewing Co. will host a vaccine promotion event Friday, May 28, from noon to 6 p.m., offering a free COVID-19 shot — and free beer. → Read More

Salisbury's Zoological Park adds mom and daughter Canadian lynx in former jaguar exhibit

Salisbury's Zoological Park just acquired a mother and daughter lynx from the Pittsburgh Zoo in Pennsylvania. → Read More

Next rocket launched from NASA Wallops to carry classified payload in June launch

Northrop Grumman's Minotaur I is set for lift off June 15, though a specific launch window has not yet been shared by NASA, for the U.S. Space Force. → Read More

New Jersey man brought back to Salisbury to face attempted murder trial, gets 30 years

Jerry Hamilton, of New Jersey, will face 30 years' imprisonment for attempted second-degree murder in Wicomico County. → Read More

Police activity closes Route 50 east of Chesapeake Bay Bridge: MDSHA

Further details are not yet available on the activity, but massive delays are expected in both directions, particularly eastbound. → Read More

States across the eastern U.S. could catch sight of a NASA Wallops launch Friday

Black Brant XII is a four-stage rocket that can reach altitudes over 200 miles above Earth's surface, according to NASA Wallops Flight Facility. → Read More

Does the US have a chicken shortage? Chicken sandwich wars, COVID-19 key factors

National Chicken Council stopped short of calling the current market a "shortage," but the organization left no doubt supply is lower than its demand. → Read More

Salisbury man charged with murder in deadly weekend shooting

One man faces murder and related charges after a shooting left another man dead near the 1200 block of Pocahontas Avenue in Salisbury. → Read More

Dream real estate: These are the 9 most expensive homes for sale near Ocean City

So in this seller's market — whether ready to get away or just gazing at a dream house — here are the Shore's most expensive, luxurious beach homes. → Read More

It's on! National Folk Festival officially returning in-person to downtown Salisbury

Organizers hope the in-person celebration of the National Folk Festival in 2021 will also mark Salisbury's continued recovery from COVID-19. → Read More

Couple fights COVID-19 at the same time, dies side-by-side in Salisbury hospital

In Salisbury, Md., a husband and wife joined hands while each lost their life to COVID-19. These TIdalHealth nurses made the moment possible. → Read More

Renewed hope: Salisbury churches grapple with a second pandemic Easter season

The Easter resurrection celebration now calls for a balance of safety amid renewed hope, as vaccine rollouts and openings continue across Maryland. → Read More

COVID-19 again postpones first-ever Salisbury Pride parade

Salisbury PFLAG confirmed Wednesday the inaugural Pride Parade & Festival will once again be postponed in COVID-19 precaution. → Read More

Gov. Larry Hogan moves Maryland to Phase 2, eyes Phase 3 in COVID-19 vaccine rollout

Gov. Larry Hogan announced Maryland's move to Phase 2 in the COVID-19 vaccine rollout Thursday. → Read More

Jaguar exhibit leaves Salisbury Zoo, could make way for two lynx

The zoo's female jaguar, Kaya, was transferred Wednesday to the Lee Richardson Zoo in Kansas, according to a press release from the park. → Read More

Rocket Lab unveils plans for new rocket to launch from NASA Wallops, new factory

All Neutron launches will take place from Virginia’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport located at the NASA Wallops. → Read More