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9:10 am
Fri October 15, 2010

Rematch in the Race for Governor in Maryland

Salisbury, MD – Democratic Governor Martin O'Malley and former Republican Governor Bob Ehrlich fight it out on the campaign trail as they close in on the November election.

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2:27 pm
Thu October 14, 2010

Face Off in Delaware Senate Debate

Salsibury, MD – Republican Christine O'Donnell and Democrat Chris Coons faced off dudring a fiesty debate in their race to fill the Senate seat once held by Vice President Joe Biden.

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9:24 am
Thu October 14, 2010

Salsibury University President Marks Ten Year Anniversary

Salisbury, MD – Salisbury University President Janet Dudley Eshbach celebrates her ten year anniverary. In part 1, she looks back her achievements over the past decade.

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9:22 am
Thu October 14, 2010

Salisbury University President Marks Ten Year Anniversary

Salisbury – Salisbury University President Janet Dudley-Eshbach has been at the helm for ten years. In part 2, she looks ahead to the challenges facing higher education in Salisbury.

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10:19 am
Thu October 7, 2010

Delaware Congressional Candidates Clash at Debate

Salisbury, MD – Delaware congressional Democratic candidate John Carney clashed with Republican rival Glen Urquhart over issues ranging from the Bush tax cuts to national security during debate hosted by Delaware First Media in Newark.

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12:23 pm
Fri September 24, 2010

Off Shore Wind Power Coming To The Maryland Eastern Shore

Salisbury, MD – The Maryland Department of Natural Resources met with environmentalists and Eastern
Shore residents to deal with concerns over plans move forward with a proposed wind farm off the Delmarva Coast.

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8:31 am
Mon September 20, 2010

Will The Chesapeake Bay Be Cleaned Up In Time?

Salisbury, MD – With the deadlines looming and plans to improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay by
sixty percent in the next fifteen years, watershed states are rapidly putting together their plans.

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8:48 am
Thu September 9, 2010

Delmarva Resorts Did Well This Summer Despite Sluggish Economy

Salisbury, MD – Tourists still came out to Delmarva resort towns despite the sluggish economy with businesses ranging from hotels and restaurants to amusement parks doing well this summer season.

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8:56 am
Tue September 7, 2010

A Skipjack Makes A Comeback

Salisbury, MD – The Kathryn sailed in the 51st annnual Skipjack races on Labor Day. And, with Captain Stoney Whitelock at the helm, the 109 year old vessel is making a comeback.

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8:47 am
Wed September 1, 2010

Delmarvans Brace for Hurricane Earl

Salisbury, MD – With Hurricane Earl bearing down on the Eastern Sea Board, Delmarvans are making preparations for high winds and flooding from the storm.

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9:49 am
Fri August 27, 2010

The New York Mosque Controversey

Salisbury – With plans to create a Muslim cultural center and mosque near Ground Zero in New York, public and political opposition has turned into -- what some view -- as an anti-Islmamic sentiment that is spreading across the country. Muqtedar Kahn, who is an associate professor at the University of Delaware and attends a mosque in Newark, says he is concerned about these developments, but notes that for most Muslim Americans their experience in this country has been positive.

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8:26 am
Fri August 6, 2010

The Drought Hits Delmarva Farmers

Salisbury, MD – This summer's drought has seen corn wilt under the hot sun on Delmarva as other crops struggle with little rain in sight. For some farmers irrigation is the key
to survival.

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9:27 am
Tue July 27, 2010

West Rehoboth: A Tale of Abandoned Houses

West Rehoboth – In the small enclave that is West Rehoboth, abandoned homes dot the landscape as local residents struggle to rebuild their community.

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11:35 am
Fri July 16, 2010

Crime Victims Heard At Townhall Meeting

Salisbury, MD – Crime victims got a chance to voice their concerns at a town hall meeting held
by state and local officials on the campus of Salisbury University. Kristen
Mahoney, executive director of the Governor's Office of Crime Control and
Prevention talks about state efforts and the Safe Streets program that recently
awarded the city of Salisbury over $150,000 to beef up law enforcement efforts.

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8:48 am
Tue July 13, 2010

Mixed Reactions to Arizona Immigration Law in Delaware

Salisbury, MD – With the Obama administration suing to overturn the Arizona immigration law, the Delaware state legislature was urged to approve similar measures. A look at reaction by Delawareans to the latest debate over immigration.

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8:46 am
Thu July 8, 2010

Delmarvans Cope With The Latest Heat Wave

Salisbury, MD – With temperatures hitting over a 100 for the second day in a row, Delmarvans tried
to stay cool with everything from pools and air conditioning to drinking a lot water
and Gatorade.

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8:57 am
Wed July 7, 2010

Delmarvans Try To Beat The Heat

Salisbury, MD – With temmperatures rising to the upper 90's, Delmarvans are being advised to take
precaustions against the heat.

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9:55 am
Thu July 1, 2010

Delegate Page Elmore: A Look Back At His Life

Salisbury, MD – The late Delegate Page Elmore (R-Somerset) was laid to rest in Salisbury
this week after succumbing to cancer at the age of 71. A look back at his life
and legacy.

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9:23 am
Wed June 30, 2010

Governor Martin O'Malley Does Not See Tax Increase Next Year

Salisbury, MD – Governor Martin O'Malley says he does not favor a tax increase to meet
budget shortfall, even if there is no additional federal stimulus money.
The Maryland Democrat also defends radio ad attacking his likely Republican opponent's ties to big oil.

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12:22 pm
Tue June 29, 2010

Mayrland State Comptroller Says No to Revenue Hikes Next Year

Salisbury, MD – Maryland State Comptroller Peter Franchot says there should be no hikes in fees or
taxes next fiscal year, even if the federal government does not provide another
infusion of stimulus funds.

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8:47 am
Fri June 18, 2010

Libraries Thrive In Delaware

Salisbury, MD – The recession has placed great pressure on the nation's libraries with cut backs
in hours and personnel. But people still appear to be using these facilities even more in these economic hard times.

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9:01 am
Thu June 17, 2010

Senator Barbara Mikulski On Oil Spill

Salisbury, MD – Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) says she is pleased with the $20 billion fund
being set up by British Petroleum to pay for the damage from the oil gushing
from the well in the Gulf of Mexico.

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8:55 am
Thu June 17, 2010

Delmarva Motorists React to Oil Spill

Salisbury, MD – While the federal government and British petroleum struggle to cap the oil well
in the Gulf and clean up the environmental damage, Delmarva motorists say they
would like to see more done as they fill up at the gas pump.

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9:16 am
Tue June 15, 2010

High Hopes for the Delmarva Discovery Center

Delmarva Discovery Center

Salisbury, MD – Despite the ongoing recession, hopes remain high that the Delmarva Discovery Center can help spark Pocomoke City's downtown revitalization.

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8:47 am
Thu June 10, 2010

Delmarvans Come to the Aid of Haiti

Salisbury, ND – With the world's attention focused on the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico,
the tragedy of the recent earthquake in Haiti has not been forgotten on Delmarva.
Local groups have come together to beef up assistance to those still suffering
in the aftermath of the quake.

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9:22 am
Fri June 4, 2010

International Students Working on Delmarva

Salisbury, MD – Each year hundreds of students from Russia and Eastern Europe come to Delmarva to
work during the tourist season. A look at how these students adapt to American
culture. (Part 2)

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9:21 am
Thu June 3, 2010

Memorial Day Weekend Declared Success by Delmarva Businesses

Salisbury, MD – With over a quarter of a million tourists flooding into Ocean City this past Memorial Day weekend and thousands more on the boardwalks of Delaware resorts, local businesses are feeling good about the upcoming season.

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9:17 am
Thu June 3, 2010

International Students Working on Delmarva

Salisbury, MD – Each year students from Eastern Europe and Russia come to the shores of Delmarva
to work during the summer tourist season. A look at why they come, and how they
cope with the myriad of problems that they face. (Part 1)

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10:02 am
Tue June 1, 2010

Tourists Return to Delmarva

Salisbury, MD – Delmarva kicked off the tourist season this Memorial Day weekend with mixed crowds and some apprehension by local businesses as the economy struggles to get its bearings.

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8:48 am
Wed May 19, 2010

The Blue Crab Makes A Come Back on Delmarva

Salisbury, MD – The blue crab is rebounding in the region with recent surveys showing a resurgence
in the Delaware and Chesapeake Bays.

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