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Jenna Miller


Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Jenna:

'It's like the Twilight Zone': Dover neighbors react after storm rips through

“If this is what it’s going to be like when God comes, I don’t want to be here. It was horrible.” → Read More

Video explainer: How Delaware officials want to tackle health care costs

We help you understand a complicated policy. → Read More

Chesapeake Bay: Pennsylvania called 'weakest link' by Bay Foundation. Maryland weighs in

Chesapeake Bay: Pennsylvania's failure to address water pollution threatens entire bay, says the Bay Foundation. Gov. Larry Hogan pens letter to Pa. → Read More

Good year for Chesapeake Bay crab lovers, population up by 60%

The number of blue crabs in the bay grew by 60% from 2018 to 2019, according to this year's survey. That means more local crabs available. → Read More

Fewer farms, more chickens: Census shows small poultry farms disappearing on Delmarva

The number of small poultry farms on the Eastern Shore has shrunk in the five years since 2012, according to the recently released Agriculture Census. → Read More

Crowds mob successful daytime rocket launch from NASA Wallops

NASA launched an Antares rocket from Wallops, carrying Cygnus cargo to ISS. The Northrop Grumman mission will be the 11th from the flight facility. → Read More

Chicken industry sees slow growth in 2018 but continued drop in growers

The Delmarva chicken industry grew slightly in wholesale value over the last year, but continued steep a downward trend in the number of growers. → Read More

Chesapeake Bay: New report shows progress, tracks regional climate change

The Chesapeake Bay Program recently released their yearly report, which shows 42% of the bay met water quality standards, the best measurement yet. → Read More

Wicomico bird flu scare shows gap in poultry response plan

Bird flu: Delmarva and Maryland updates response plans to potential bird flu cases after inconclusive test for first time in Wicomico chicken scare → Read More

90 percent cut in Chesapeake Bay Program included in new Trump Administration budget

President Trump's 2020 budget request includes a 90 percent cut in Chesapeake Bay Program funding, from $73 million to $7.3 million. → Read More

Sea level rise stunting market for Eastern Shore coastal homes, according to new study

Property values in the Mid-Atlantic region would be worth almost $900 million more without tidal flooding increases, according to a new study. → Read More

Female business owners bring unique options to Princess Anne

Three women have recently set up shop in Princess Anne, drawn by cheap property and an engaged community. → Read More

Hemp's next step: Salisbury University signs on to research pilot program

Salisbury University announced Tuesday that it hopes to become one of the first to experiment with the newly-legalized hemp plant in Maryland. → Read More

Septic system frustrations boil, state and local changes proposed

Maryland environmental non-profits, legislators and industry professionals are jockeying for changes for how the government handles septic systems. → Read More

Foam container ban: Will it finally succeed in Maryland?

Environmentalists once again push for Maryland to be the first state to ban expanded polystyrene foam, with twin bills in the House and Senate. → Read More

Maryland air quality monitoring plan reignites poultry battle

The Maryland Department of Environment will launch an effort to monitor air quality around Delmarva chicken houses but critics are already lining up. → Read More

Sea level rise imperils historic grave site on Eastern Shore of Maryland

The Nature Conservancy records information about a historic grave site in Dorchester County, Maryland, that could be lost due to sea level rise. → Read More

Frustration builds against Conowingo Dam after season of releases, progress in 2019?

After a renewed concern sparked by rain, officials and activists hope to channel momentum into a year of progress addressing Conowingo Dam issues. → Read More

Hemp to be 2019's new crop on the Eastern Shore

With a Maryland state pilot program and national legalization in the newly passed Farm Bill, hemp is poised to be a new alternative crop on Delmarva. → Read More

'The bay suffered a massive assault'; health declines for the first time in 10 years

The health of the Chesapeake Bay declined for the first time in ten years, according to the newly released 2018 State of the Bay report. → Read More