MDDC News Logo
Follow Us

Latest News

Joint effort aims at addressing Langley Park housing ills

LANGLEY PARK, Maryland – Just outside the nation’s capital, this community has been struggling for years with aging and neglected housing.  Many properties are overcrowded, poorly maintained, and have multiple environmental health hazards such as mold, lead-based paints, and pest infestations. For all of that, housing is still too expensive for some residents. “At first, everything starts off…

Capital News Service

Salisbury presents state task list to local lawmakers

Salisbury Mayor Jake Day on Tuesday presented the city’s legislative and budget wish list to members of the Eastern Shore Delegation before they head to Annapolis in January. For the fourth year, city officials hosted a lunch meeting with local members of the Maryland General Assembly to outline priorities, including establishing a tax differential and […]

Salisbury Independent

Md. youths needing psychiatric care find long waits, drives

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — The first time Jeannine LeMieux’s daughter was hospitalized for a psychotic episode, she was only 8 years old. LeMieux took her daughter to a hospital emergency room near her home on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, where it was determined that she needed to be hospitalized. Her first admission was to Sheppard Pratt, a…

Capital News Service

Snow falls in Delaware, Laurel schools on one hour delay

Delawareans awoke to snow this morning that could bring a messy commute and led the Laurel School District to delay the start of school by an hour. The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook for all of Delaware today and tonight, forecasting up to an inch of snow accumulation through morning. “Bands of […]

Delaware State News

Next Page

© Dec 12, 2019, MDDC Press