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Past articles by Camila:

Delmarva Bike Week wraps up

SALISBURY, Md. – Motorcycle enthusiasts enjoyed Sunday’s wrap up of the Ocean City Bike Week and the Delmarva Bike Week. In Salisbury, attendees got the chance to enjoy what new things local bike vendors have to offer at Delmarva Bike Week. Part of the event this year took place at the Perdue Stadium. Organizers say the annual four-day event also... → Read More

Salisbury celebrates LGBTQ community with special proclamation

SALISBURY, Md. – History was made on the Downtown Salisbury Plaza on Saturday with the raising of an LGBTQ flag by Mayor Jake Day. Mayor Day officially proclaimed the month of June as LGBTQ Pride Month in Salisbury. He said the city is committed to diversity and inclusion. Speakers at the event said the city is navigating a better future for... → Read More

Lifeguards ready for busy summer in Ocean City

OCEAN CITY, Md. – Millions of people will be making their way to the beach this summer in Ocean City and lifeguards are tasked with keeping each and every visitor safe. “Honestly, it’s been pretty intense,” said Matthew Evers, a lifeguard at the Ocean City Beach Patrol. “I haven’t had much time to relax so far, and it’s like go go from the... → Read More

Ocean Pines seeks input for traffic circle on Route 589

OCEAN PINES, Md. – The Maryland Department of Transportation is looking to bring some new construction that will help relieve traffic near Ocean Pines. According to the Ocean Pines Association, part of their mission is to transform the intersection of Route 589 and Ocean Parkway into a traffic circle. But, they have asked residents for suggestions on the construction, which... → Read More

Ocean City denied new decision in Dumser's case

OCEAN CITY, Md. – The iconic Dumser’s location on the Ocean City boardwalk will stay for now. The court once again sided with the Rapoport family earlier this week saying they are the rightful owners of the ice cream shop. According to the court, the town did not show enough evidence to prove they owned the building. Back in December, the... → Read More

Ocean City Police asking for help in identifying burglary suspect

OCEAN CITY, Md. – Police in Ocean City are asking for the public’s help in identifying a burglary suspect. Police say that the woman captured in this picture was spotted on Thursday, Nov. 15 around 9 AM. Police are asking anyone with any information on the burglary or who knows the identity of the person pictured to contact the Ocean... → Read More

Turkey Trot a success despite freezing temperatures in Salisbury

SALISBURY, Md. – Bone-chilling temperatures have taken over Delmarva, but that did not stop runners on Thursday from taking part in the YMCA Turkey Trot race. “Oh, well, I’ll be running as fast as I can,” said Angela Leopold, from Pennsylvania. “I have like four or five shirts on, so I’m layered, so I’ll be okay because I work out at the YMCA... → Read More

Sussex County school to settle discrimination claim

DAGSBORO, Del. – Parents say they have had enough with students discriminating against their kids at Indian River High School. Last week, what was suppose to be a day of patriotic celebration to share cultures allegedly turned into some children making fun of Latino students. “Unfortunately, we feel this was the last straw,” said Ezequiel Castillo, a parent. “This has been happening... → Read More

Wicomico Co. Dept. of Corrections inmate reportedly dies; investigation ongoing

SALISBURY, Md. – Officials say that an inmate at the Wicomico County Department of Corrections died on Friday afternoon. According to the Wicomico County Office of the County Executive, 23-year-old Wayne Dean Davis, Jr., passed away at the Peninsula Regional Medical Center shortly after 3 PM. The cause and manner of the death are pending an autopsy. Davis’ death is... → Read More

Town officials honor local women business owners in Berlin

BERLIN, Md. – The Town of Berlin not only celebrated the annual Oktoberfest on Saturday, but they also honored the large number of women business owners in the area. According to town officials, almost all local business owners in Berlin are women. To help recognize their role in the community, dozens of pink balloons were set up along Main Street.... → Read More

Bethany Beach local businesses gear up for Labor Day weekend

Labor Day weekend has arrived and people are soaking up the sun for the last time before school starts. → Read More

Fenwick Island Dairy Queen closes; local residents share their thoughts

Most people have a spot where they like to meet and have a good time, but now dozens of people at the Fenwick Island Dairy Queen may have to look for a new hangout. → Read More

Grants-in-aid restoration helps Delaware senior service centers

A number of Delaware senior service centers that were hit hard last year by budget cuts will finally be getting some relief. → Read More

New Delaware Sea Grant funding supports Rehoboth Beach business

In Delaware scientists and officials celebrated on Monday a new grant that will take wildlife research in the First State to a new level. → Read More

Officials warn of fox rabies in Sussex County

Public Health officials have issued a warning to Sussex County residents about rabies. → Read More

Rehoboth Beach boardwalk wall brings community together

With every brush of paint, children from the Rehoboth Beach Boys and Girls Club are bringing the Stuart Kingston Gallery back to life after a nasty storm forced the city to construct a wall at the front of the store. → Read More

Maryland's minimum wage to increase again

Maryland workers will see a larger paycheck now that the minimum wage as of July 1st will increase to $10.10. → Read More

Historic Redden State Forest pavilion reopens

Delaware officials are celebrating the reopening of a historic pavilion in Redden State Forest that was a hotspot for drugs and dumped trash for several years. → Read More

Public to be on the look out for invasive crab species

Maryland officials are warning citizens about an overpopulation of the Chinese mitten crab in the Chesapeake Bay. → Read More

Dorchester County fiber optic internet installation

Faster internet has arrived to Dorchester County.  → Read More