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Faith on the Coast: A Congregation Celebrates Easter Amid Grief / Three Centuries of Service for Oxford's Ferry

We'll talk with the new minister of a church that's been coping with tragedy in recent months. Then, we'll visit a ferry service that's been serving the coast for more than 300 years.

A Love Story Gone Awry: The Couple Behind the Accomack Fires

We'll learn more about the couple allegedly behind the string of arsons that terrorized Virginia residents in 2012 and 2013.

Jobs Versus the Environment in One Delaware Town

We'll look at the tension between environmental concerns and the economic needs of one coastal town.

Delaware Prisoners Find Peace in Art

Inmates at a Delaware prison gather weekly for an art class, and the work they're producing is getting attention.

Reviving the Coast's Oyster Industry

Oysters were once an important part of the coastal economy—and some folks are working to bring back that once-thriving industry.

Faith on the Coast: Lutheran Congregation Opens Doors to People Alienated From Church

In the latest in our Faith on the Coast series, we'll talk with a Lutheran minister about how she became alienated from organized religion, and how she eventually found her way back.

Watermen Prep for Crabbing Season, And Comic-Book Fans Gear Up for FanCon

We'll talk with the head of the Maryland Watermen's Association about the start of crabbing season. Then, we'll hear from one of the organizers of the Eastern Shore FanCon, a conference for lovers of comic books and anime.

Regional News Roundup With Steve Green

Does a bad winter make for a profitable summer for the tourism industry?