The sounds of panic, fear and concern are all present on the 911 calls made when a tornado touched down on The Eastern Shore last month.
The New Jersey couple killed in a deadly tornado on the Eastern Shore was laid to rest Saturday.
Just over a week after an EF-1 tornado ripped through Cherrystone Campground, volunteers and staff came together to clean up the mess.
People gathered in Cheriton Thursday morning for a community cleanup at Cherrystone Campground.
A community cleanup is scheduled this week for Cherrystone Campground in Cheriton after an EF-1 tornado swept through the area last week.
Collin McManus was spending the week at Cherrystone Family Camping Resort with family friends when a tornado hit last Thursday morning.
Congressman Scott Rigell toured the Eastern Shore Friday afternoon after an EF-1 tornado killed two people Thursday morning.
The scene at Cherrystone Campground after the tornado was one Cheriton firefighters train for, but one they never thought they’d witness.
Ray and Zack Crumb said they had only been fishing for croaker 30 minutes when they received tornado alerts on their phones.
Two brothers fishing in the Oyster channel Thursday morning had to be rescued when their boat capsized during a tornado.
A storm blew through the Franklin area Thursday morning taking down trees, and power lines.
Governor Terry McAuliffe visited the Eastern Shore Friday to tour the Cherrystone Campground where a deadly EF-1 tornado touched down.
Donations poured into a Northampton County shelter Thursday after people were forced by weather out of their homes and camp sites.
Governor McAuliffe visited the Eastern Shore Friday to tour Cherrystone Campground where a tornado touched down Thursday.
Yesterday, there was a confirmed tornado on the Eastern Shore. It was rated an EF-1 tornado with estimated winds between 80 and 100 mph.