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Berlin Man Buys $1M Powerball Ticket While Searching for Affordable Limes

Berlin Man Buys $1M Powerball Ticket While Searching for Affordable Limes

Across the country, there are approximately 301,123 heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) professionals providing their services — but only one of them would purchase a winning Powerball ticket worth…

Baltimore City Councilman Introduces Bill That Would Require Health Warnings on Sugary Drinks

Baltimore City Councilman Introduces Bill That Would Require Health Warnings on Sugary Drinks

In an effort to combat the disturbing trend of childhood obesity in Baltimore, a local politician has introduced a bill that would add warning labels to sugar-sweetened drinks.According to local…

New Study Reveals: Exercise May Reduce Heart Disease in Depressed People

New Study Reveals: Exercise May Reduce Heart Disease in Depressed People

Ask any health professional about exercise and they’ll tell you the countless benefits of an active lifestyle. Now exercise can add another benefit to the list: a new study reveals…

Maryland Company Now Using Drones to Save Money on Cell Tower Inspections

Maryland Company Now Using Drones to Save Money on Cell Tower Inspections

While drones often get a bad reputation for being used to infringe on the privacy of others, one Maryland company has found a unique use for the new technology that…

More States Encouraging Energy-Efficient Home Improvements

More States Encouraging Energy-Efficient Home Improvements

Between the trends of environmental conservation and the demand for more affordable utilities, energy-efficient homes have recently gained a lot of exposure. According to Forbes, more and more states in…

Who’s Leaving Behind All the Trash on Delmarva Rivers and Beaches?

Who’s Leaving Behind All the Trash on Delmarva Rivers and Beaches?

The summer recreation season brings in tourists, fish and game enthusiasts, and money for local businesses here in Crisfield, but unfortunately, many of those visitors will leave behind trash and…

Extreme Heat in Southern Maryland Prompts Cooling Centers to Open

Extreme Heat in Southern Maryland Prompts Cooling Centers to Open

In response to extreme high temperatures and high humidity levels, communities throughout southern Maryland opened up cooling centers on Monday, July 20. According to SoMDNews.com, the National Weather Service issued…

E-Cigarettes Remain Unregulated Despite Marketing Controversy

E-Cigarettes Remain Unregulated Despite Marketing Controversy

The debate over whether or not electronic cigarettes are safer than traditional ones is not new. However, more and more states are beginning to tighten the reins on not only…

Facebook Is the New Way to Get News, Study Finds

Facebook Is the New Way to Get News, Study Finds

Facebook has about 1.39 billion monthly active users, about 2.6 million of whom live in Maryland. While many Baby Boomers may use the social network as a way to catch…

Quadruple Homicide in D.C. Highlights the Importance of Maryland’s DNA Database

Quadruple Homicide in D.C. Highlights the Importance of Maryland’s DNA Database

Maryland just took another step forward to reduce crime with the announcement that the state’s criminal DNA database has officially recorded 4,000 positive comparisons for evidence found at crime scenes…