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Mrs. Alice Corbin of Temperanceville

Funeral services for Mrs. Alice Corbin of Temperanceville, will be conducted Saturday at 1PM from St. John Independent Church, Messongo, with Rev. Brenda Wise officiating. Interment will be in the Groton Community Cemetery, Messongo. Arrangements by the Cooper & Humbles Funeral Co., Accomac. More information can be found at
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Susan Ann Hastings, 63

Susan Ann Hastings of Seaford entered the gates of Heaven to be with our Lord and Savior early on June 24, 2022 in the comfort of her home, surrounded by her loved ones. Born July 2, 1958 in Seaford, she was the daughter of Edward and Virginia Short and was one of three children. Susan graduated from Seaford Senior High School, where she enjoyed twirling the batons, and went to Georgetown’s Vo-tech school for cosmetology.
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Delaware judge overturns Seaford abortion ordinance after state AG sued

A Seaford ordinance that required burial or cremation of fetal tissue following an abortion or miscarriage has been invalidated by a Delaware judge. Chancery Court Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster ruled against the ordinance which was enacted by Seaford council on December 14. Laster’s ruling said that a municipality like Seaford cannot enact a law that directly conflicts with state law.

Jay Copeland visits Wicomico Co. summer camp

SALISBURY, Md. – Campers at Wicomico County’s Title I summer camp got quite the surprise on Wednesday. American Idol star and Salisbury native Jay Copeland paid the students a visit and even sang a song for them. We want to hear your good news, just email

Man Dead in Serious Car Crash in Snow Hill

SNOW HILL, Md.-Maryland State Police are investigating the cause of a car crash Tuesday that left one man dead and a woman in serious condition in Snow Hill. Troopers arrived to the area of MD 12 south of the Wicomico/Worcester County line in Snow Hill around 5:15pm for a reported two vehicle crash. Investigations revealed the victim, Joshua Xavier Capra,23, of Salisbury was traveling northbound on RT 12 when he crossed the center line into the southbound lane striking another car driven by Emani Press,21, of Temperanceville.

Drug investigation concludes with arrest of Salisbury man

SALISBURY, Md. – A Salisbury man was arrested earlier this month following a drug investigation. As a result of an ongoing drug investigation, deputies obtained a search and seizure warrant for the home of 41-year-old Terrence Hugee, located in the 800 block of College Lane. Surveillance was established on the residence on June 9th, during which Hugee was seen leaving. A traffic stop was initiated, and the warrant was executed on the apartment.

UPDATE: Snow Hill crash claims life of one, leaves another in critical condition

SNOW HILL, Md. – Maryland State Police say a crash claimed the life of a Salisbury man and left another in critical condition Tuesday evening. At around 5:15 p.m., troopers responded to the area of southbound Route 12, south of the Wicomico/Worcester County line, for a report of a serious crash. Preliminary investigation revealed that a 2014 Ford Fusion was traveling northbound on Route 12 when the driver crossed the center line into the southbound lane, hitting a 2007 Honda.

Delaware judge nixes town mandate to bury or cremate fetal remains

DOVER, Del. - A Delaware judge has struck down a small town ordinance mandating burial or cremation of fetal remains. Wednesday's ruling came in a lawsuit filed by Democratic Attorney General Kathleen Jennings against the town of Seaford. The town council passed the ordinance in December after Planned Parenthood opened...

Court rules against Seaford's effort to require how fetal remains are disposed

A Delaware Chancery Court judge agreed with state attorneys Wednesday, ruling that Seaford’s fetal remains ordinance is preempted by state law, which dictates the disposal of medical waste, including fetal remains. State Attorney General Kathy Jennings filed suit against the rural Sussex County city in January, after its City Council passed an ordinance...

Wicomico Co. Sheriff’s Office charges 15-year-old Parkside student for viral video threat

SALISBURY, Md. – The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office has charged a Willards teen in connection to a threatening video posted to social media earlier this month. The video was brought to the attention of a school resource officer at Parkside High School on June 14th. The video, which went viral, showed a male holding what appeared to be a rifle while making inappropriate and insensitive threats, including, “Shoot n-word for fun, you hear me?”

Marina gas, drainage ditch misuse highlighted by GM

Marina gas pump issues, drainage ditch misuse and updates on projects including lighting on the North Gate bridge, fencing around the Yacht Club and new pickleball courts were highlighted in General Manager John Viola’s report to the Ocean Pines Board last Wednesday. After opening with maintenance on the Swim...

OP resolution overhaul going forward with reviews, debate

Several resolutions have been looked at and debated over the past two weeks by the Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors following the years-long efforts of the Bylaws and Resolutions Committee to update the association’s governing documents. During the June 23 OPA board meeting, the docket included reviews of...

OP Golf Committee talks maintenance, more

The Sand Dawgs, a group of Ocean Pines golfers who help with maintenance around the golf course, found in a review given by Dawgs member Nelson Fenwick that the group has all holes covered and substitutions were available if needed. The condition of the course is a work in process,...

Opening the Door for Harriet’s Ice Cream in Cambridge: A Chat with Oasis and Jazz Myrieckes

There is actually some historical evidence to suggest that Dorchester County’s most famous Harriet loved ice cream. A quick search on Google indicates that Harriet Tubman first discovered it when visiting Philadelphia in 1849. And while there is only modest documentation to this claim, it was certainly enough for Oasis and Jazz Myrieckes to honor Miss Tubman with their new store, Harriet’s Homemade Ice Cream and Cakes, on Race Street in Cambridge for this American hero.