Local news

Ocean City’s New Fence Saving Lives Throughout the Summer

Over a five-year period, from 2012 to 2017, the fencing market grew approximately 6.2% annually across the United States. Fences are great for improving residential property values, providing security for commercial businesses, and even saving vacationers’ and Ocean City residents’ lives.  According to Delmarva Now, a new multimillion-dollar pedestrian safety project proved itself successful throughout a […]

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Poor Review Of Maryland Transit Administration Finds Safety Concerns

Baltimore’s Metro Subway line has been dubbed unsafe after a review released by the Maryland Transit Administration revealed numerous problems. According to the Baltimore Sun, the MTA released a review by the American Public Transportation Association on the subway line’s issues. The review, released Thursday, August 30, revealed that the Metro Subway line has failed […]

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Worcester County Celebrates More Victories Over DUI

The Fourth of July is the quintessential American holiday: grilling, pool parties, family and friends, and fireworks. Unfortunately, it also means a rise in alcohol consumption which is especially dangerous around grills, pools, fireworks… and cars. Driving under the influence has been a prime public safety concern for the past few decades for good reason, […]

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Maryland Elementary School Faces Criticism After Implementing ‘Mindfulness Moments’

Over the last few years, yoga has become increasingly popular across the United States. The top three reasons people do yoga involve the overall enjoyment of yoga itself, as well as the health and stress relief benefits. “Yoga is really effective because it’s so tangible,” said Jessica Mei Gershen, a certified yoga instructor and founder of Yoga For […]

Government and Politics

Proposal to Ban Polystyrene Foam in Maryland Faces Rejection from the House

The Baltimore City Council has approved a ban on plastic foam containers for carryout food and drinks, giving vendors 18 months to completely phase out the containers. Could the entire state of Maryland be next? Shortly after the city council unanimously passed the bill, the General Assembly proposed a bill to prohibit polystyrene materials from […]