New and historic US & Canadian warships will be open to the public for Fleet Week in Baltimore; Ships Will be Berthed in Fells Point, Inner Harbor and North Locust Point

Historic Ships in Baltimore represents one of the most impressive collections of military vessels in the world. Located within easy walking distance of each other, US Sloop-of-War CONSTELLATION, US Submarine TORSK, US Coast Guard Cutter TANEY, and Lightship 116 CHESAPEAKE exhibit life at sea from the mid-19th century to the mid-1980’s.

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Virginia State Police Beat / Two bodies found in boat remains after fire swept marina

At this time, there are two confirmed fatalities. The remains of those individuals have been transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond for positive identification. Search and Recovery Team divers with Virginia State Police, VMRC and the US Coast Guard are checking one submerged boat and another partially-submerged boat to ensure no one was onboard either of those boats at the time of the fire.

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Maryland State Police Helicopter Crew Hoists Heart Patient from Grandeur of The Seas in Chesapeake Bay

Maryland State Police Helicopter Crew Hoists Patient from Grandeur of The Seas in Chesapeake Bay TANGIER ISLAND, Va. — A Maryland State Police helicopter crew combined their expertise with the abilities of their aircraft on Aug. 8, 2015 to successfully hoist a person needing prompt hospital care from the Royal Caribbean Grandeur of The Seas which was underway […]

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Chinese Pirate Poacher Caught 2nd time in week; Crisfield commercial waterman Ryan Brittingham busted for poaching in oyster sanctuary

Chinese Pirate Poacher Caught 2nd time in week; Crisfield commercial waterman Ryan Brittingham busted for poaching in oyster sanctuary – Ryan Christopher Brittingham, 25, of Crisfield, was charged with illegally harvesting wild oysters in an oyster sanctuary after officers conducting surveillance watched four vessels enter the protected area and remove 36 ½ bushels of oysters. The oysters were seized and returned to the sanctuary.

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Church fire fought by firefighters in three-alarm disaster to historic Spring Hill Episcopal in Hebron Md.

(July 22, 2014) – Deputy State Fire Marshals are currently on the scene investigating the cause of a church fire which was reported earlier this morning at 11:12 A.M.

The fire was reported to the 911 Center by a passerby.

Numerous fire departments from Wicomico County and Delaware responded to the fire which quickly escalated to three-alarms. It is estimated nearly 100 firefighters are still currently extinguishing the blaze.

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