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.
How will the new laws passed in Maryland affect coastal residents?
We'll learn more about the couple allegedly behind the string of arsons that terrorized Virginia residents in 2012 and 2013.
We'll look at the tension between environmental concerns and the economic needs of one coastal town.
Oysters were once an important part of the coastal economy—and some folks are working to bring back that once-thriving industry.
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