NEWARK, Del. — Millions of dollars are available across Delaware and Maryland to help customers struggling with their energy bills, and Delmarva Power customers must act now to secure their support. Delmarva Power customers can now apply for assistance through the Low-Income Home Energy Assi…

SANDY POINT — Maryland Transportation Authority announced the closure of the center lane on the westbound Bay Bridge from 10:45 to 2:45 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, through Thursday, Nov. 21.

EASTON — Maryland State Police have identified the two drivers in the Friday, Nov. 15, head-on collision on Dover Road in Easton as Debra Ann Worm, 55, of Preston, and George Nelson Brode, Jr., 52, of Woolford.

EASTON — After working at the Talbot County Free Library for more than a decade, communications manager Bill Peak will retire on Tuesday, Dec. 31.

EASTON — You see them as little black specks with outstretched wings against the sky, high above the trees, seeming to just float and wander aimlessly. But not all who wander are aimless. Actually they are very, very focused.

EASTON — One female driver died and a male driver was hospitalized after a two-car, head-on collision early Friday, Nov. 15, at the intersection of Black Dog Alley and Dover Road in Easton, police said.

CAMBRIDGE — On Thursday, Nov. 7, at the Dorchester County Career and Technology Center, the Maryland State Educators Association hosted a panel discussion about the educational funding recommendations made by the Kirwan Commission. Parents, educators, local politicians and concerned citizens…

CAMBRIDGE — A Sunday morning, Nov. 10, fire damaged a Cambridge home, and the occupants were safely evacuated after a citizen alerted them.

CENTREVILLE — The Kennard Alumni Association held its 12th annual gala Saturday evening, Nov. 9, at the former Kennard High School building, which has been renovated and renamed the Kennard African American Cultural Heritage Center and Museum in Centreville.

CAMBRIDGE — A Veterans Day event at the Dorchester County Historical Society honored Vietnam veterans and solemnly remembered the fallen.

CENTREVILLE — The Centreville Town Council officially moved to create a six-member ad hoc committee Thursday, Nov. 7, to narrow down the best way to implement the newly passed council of five petition.

CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne’s County Public Schools will partner with the national nonprofit ChallengeDay.org to host a week of activities focused on students’ social and emotional health.

GALENA — When U.S. Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md.-1st, visited Kent County for a town hall-style meeting, the conversation turned to, at times, a contentious discussion of Harris’ views on gun control, health care and the impeachment proceedings, among other issues.

EASTON — Eastern Shore vape shop owners say the fight to win back public trust is just beginning after an outbreak of deadly vaping-related lung illnesses prompted a government agency to warn against the use of their products.

EASTON — Last weekend was a doggone big one for man’s best friend. Pooches, hounds, mutts, fleabags – they were everywhere, all leashed up and on their best behavior, trotting up and down the streets of town.

GALENA — It was difficult to identify the military veterans in the crowd here Monday morning, Nov. 11, save for the iconic American Legion uniform caps and baseball-style caps that some of them were wearing.

EASTON — Installation of the new traffic signal began on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the intersection of State Route 328 (Matthewstown Road) and Black Dog Alley.

EASTON — The Chesapeake College honor society Phi Theta Kappa will host the first Cranksgiving on Maryland’s Eastern Shore from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23.

CHESTERTOWN — For Washington College President Kurt Landgraf, his service in the military taught him discipline and how to work in a team. It was an “exceptionally important experience” in his development.