Xmas Trees Pricier This Year: Fuel, Labor Costs Blamed | Latest News

DELMAR, Md. – Do you prefer a fresh or artificial Christmas tree? Many folks prefer one over the other, and they each have their own reasons. “If we cut down natural trees – we like watching them in their natural environment because we do not want to cause deforestation, which can harm the environment,” said … Read more

Proposed Temporary Curfew Stirs Controversy | Latest News

CAMBRIDGE, Md. – Kids in Cambridge may soon have to be home by a set time each night. But, it’s not just their parents enforcing the rules. The city is exploring a curfew. Tonight was the first reading of the proposed legislation. It would be temporary and enforced for juveniles 15 and younger. Sunday through … Read more

McMaster visits Berkeley, Dorchester Counties on last day of early voting

SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCSC) – Gov. Henry McMaster’s re-election campaign spent day five of the McMaster-Evette tour hosting a morning GOP breakfast and an afternoon rally Saturday. As early voting ended Saturday and the Election Day comes up on Tuesday, McMaster and party members stopped at the Dorchester GOP Office in Summerville. “We’ve already crossed the … Read more

Maryland Voters Will Decide the Fate of Recreational Marijuana | Latest News

SALISBURY, Md. – Ballot measure 4 asks Marylanders whether they should be legal to use marijuana recreationally. It would be legal only for those 21 years and older starting in July of 2023. The General Assembly would determine use, distribution, regulation and taxation. Kris Furnish, president of Maryland Marijuana Justice, says Maryland should be leading … Read more