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Cape Charles

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  • Bay Creek Railway offers dinner excursions on the Eastern Shore

    Bay Creek Railway offers dinner excursions on the Eastern Shore
    Looking for a weekend getaway? Bay Creek Resort and Club on the Eastern Shore is reviving its dinner train. The Bay Creek Railway is a restored 1913 Interurban railcar that operates round-trip dining excursions from Cape Charles.The two-hour event leaves...
  • Cops: Missing girl may be with man she met on Facebook

    Cops: Missing girl may be with man she met on Facebook
    Chicago police on late Monday issued a community alert for a West Humboldt Park teenager who they believe may have left the city with a man she met on a popular social networking website. Tanya Paola Padilla, 16, was last seen Sunday leaving her home...
  • Eastern Shore resort revives its dining railway car

    Looking for a weekend getaway? Bay Creek Resort and Club on the Eastern Shore is reviving its dinner train.The Bay Creek Railway is a restored 1913 Interurban railcar that operates round-trip dining excursions from Cape Charles.The two-hour event leaves...
  • Treasure hunt

    Treasure hunt
    On the wave-tossed banks of the Eastern Shore, treasure washes onto the sand every day —ordinary glass thrown into the water decades ago, where it was broken and beaten by the sea for years, emerging finally as rare and beautiful "sea glass."...
  • Offshore wind turbine test center planned for Eastern Shore

    Offshore wind turbine test center planned for Eastern Shore
    A new international partnership of energy companies announced plans Wednesday to build a facility in Northampton County where offshore wind turbines can be tested on solid ground. The project may mean about 25 new jobs on the Eastern Shore in the short...
  • Police Blotter

    Harford Sheriff's office and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Erdly Herbert McDowell, 53, of the first block of Roosevelt Avenue, was charged Tuesday with possessing marijuana and paraphernalia. Amy Joy Warthen, 27, of the 1900 block of...
  • Monday's 4/23 local sports calendar (updated Monday AM)

    COLLEGES Men’s golf Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament (at Bay Creek club in Cape Charles) HIGH SCHOOLS Baseball Bruton at Smithfield, 4:30 Portsmouth Christian vs. Peninsula Catholic (at Deer Park), 4 Atlantic Shores at Hampton Christian,...
  • Tuesday's 4/24 local sports calendar (updated Monday AM)

    COLLEGES Baseball N.C. Central at Norfolk State, 4 Softball Virginia Wesleyan at Eastern Mennonite (doubleheader), 3 Track and field Penn Relays (in Philadelphia; decathlon, including CNU) Men’s golf Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament (at...
  • Virginia OKs what could be first offshore wind turbine in the US

    Virginia regulators on Tuesday approved what could be the first offshore wind turbine built in the United States. The prototype turbine would stand 479 feet tall and be located in the lower Chesapeake Bay, about three miles from Cape Charles on Virginia&...
  • Exercise to improve the health of others: Spring fitness fundraisers galore on Peninsula

    Exercise to improve the health of others: Spring fitness fundraisers galore on Peninsula
    Why not walk, run or bike to help others? For the next couple of months there are multiple opportunities for those concerned with helping out research and awareness of different diseases to make their contribution. Better still, these fundraising...
  • Missouri gun barrel now rests at park on Delaware shore

    Missouri gun barrel now rests at park on Delaware shore
    There's a new exhibit waiting to greet summer visitors at Delaware's Cape Henlopen State Park. And it's big. It's a 16-inch gun barrel that once roared from the deck of the battleship Missouri during World War II, and it now rests — 120 tons, 68...