Legacy of slavery, segregation influences debate over removing Confederate statue in Maryland

When residents here describe their town, they describe a paradise. There’s no crime and everyone—black and white—gets along in neighborhoods just a few miles from the banks of the Eastern Shore’s Tred Avon River in Talbot County.

Maryland hunters can soon wear pink, thanks to two sisters

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — Thanks to the work of two novice hunters — young sisters from the Eastern Shore — Maryland hunters may soon be allowed to wear bright pink safety gear. Before taking a hunter safety class in October 2016,…

Senate Gives Easton, Cumberland Mail Operations Reprieve

Sens. Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin added Maryland’s support to a postal reform bill in the Senate requiring the U.S. Postal Service to keep operating Easton and Cumberland mail processing facilities it had targeted for closure.

Cardin Criticizes Planned Maryland Postal Closures

The United States Postal Service has announced cuts that will affect three mail processing facilities in Maryland and is studying the closure of a third, to Sen. Ben Cardin’s dismay.