Local News

Salisbury, MD – With the presidential election looking like a close race, Democrats and Republicans are expected to be mindful of third party candidates that could spoil their chances. Public Radio Delmarva's Dick Rosse takes a look back at the some key third party candidacies.

Salisbury – Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley and State Comptroller Peter Franchot have found themselves fighting over issues ranging from Board Of Public Works meetings to this November's slots ballot.

Salisbury, MD – President Bush's criticism of China's human rights record on the eve of the Olympics in Beijing is just part of a rich history of politics mixing with the games. Public Radio Delmarva's essayist Dick Rosse reflects on Olympics past.

Salisbury, MD – Essayist Dick Rosse looks back on the career of Maryland's Spiro Agnew.

Salisbury, MD – Baltimore native Billy Pappas talks to PRD about his portrait of Marilyn Monroe and the eight years he took to complete it.

Salisbury – The week of July 21, Maryland celebrates local agriculture with it's Buy Locally campaign. In this portrait of an organic farmer, Ted Wycall talks about his farm and the organic farming movement.

Salisbury. MD – This year marks the 60th anniversary since US Aircraft took to the skies over Europe to supply the beleaguered city of Berlin in the face of a Soviet blockade.

Salisbury, MD – With the onset of summer, Farmers Markets in Delmarva are doing a booming business -- especially in Bethany Beach.

Salisbury. MD – With the rise in food prices, the Maryland Food Bank is seeing more people coming to their doors for help.

Berlin, MD – With $4 a gallon gas, national public opinion polls find American sentiment is shifting toward favoring off shore drilling. However, the Governor of Maryland and Eastern Shore political leaders express strong concerns about the prospect.

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