Suspect Still Sought in Salisbury Homicide

SALISBURY- Local law enforcement officials across the Lower Shore late this week continued to search for the suspect wanted in connection with a home invasion in Salisbury last week that left one dead and another victim injured with new information released on a connection to a stolen truck. Around 1 a.m. last Wednesday, Maryland State… Read more »

Ocean City Approves Parking Hikes

OCEAN CITY- With the budget heading to first reading in a couple of weeks, additional paid parking areas in city-owned lots, and changes in parking rates at the Inlet Lot are approved this week to help increase revenues. At the budget meeting on Thursday, April 10, the Mayor and Council voted to re-establish paid parking… Read more »

Heated Talks Over Redistricting In Salisbury

SALISBURY — Tempers flared this week during a Salisbury City Council discussion of election redistricting. Both sides have clear philosophies about whether the city should switch from a two-district to a five-district system. A public hearing on the issue will be forthcoming, though at this time switching to a five-district layout is favored by a… Read more »

Tried To Eat Weed

BERLIN- A Millsboro man was arrested on marijuana possession charges this week after putting weed into his mouth during a traffic stop on Route 113 near Berlin. Around 8:15 p.m. on Tuesday, a Worcester County Sheriff’s Deputy on routine traffic patrol observed a vehicle traveling 78 miles per hour in a 55 mph zone on… Read more »

Bishopville Lands London-Based Company

BISHOPVILLE- Having opened its first-ever U.S. office in Worcester County this spring, London-based CP Cases has landed in Bishopville. Though starting small in its first year, the expectation is that CP will see a boom over the next decade. “It’s a small operation right now but it’s really the launch of their American operations and… Read more »

Big Flood Changes Ahead For Coastal Property Owners; OC Against Hiring Firm To Endorse Flood Appeals

OCEAN CITY – The City Council decided this week against contracting with an engineering consultant firm to represent the city when, or if, property owners appeal to the federal government over proposed changes to flood insurance rates. The decision means Ocean City will remain the middle man between property owners and the Federal Emergency Management… Read more »