GRASONVILLE — Atlantic Broadband, the nation’s eighth largest cable operator, is working to make the holiday season brighter for children in need through its participation in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program.

In the past few months, Shore United Bank employees have been selling Shore United Bank cookbooks to raise money to donate in honor of GivingTuesday. GivingTuesday is a global giving movement, where companies come together to give back to the communities they serve. Collectively, Shore Unite…

The annual Lowe’s Wharf Rockfish Tournament, Crab Feast and Pig Roast Fundraiser, organized by Victor and Teresa Micheal, raised $7,369 for the University of Maryland Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Peggy Rosato Cancer Fund. Koons Toyota offered a $1,500 sponsorship for the event. From left: …

EASTON — November was National Home Care Month, and for the staff of University of Maryland Shore Regional Health’s two home entities, UM Shore Home Care and UM Chester River Home Care, there was much to celebrate.

CENTREVILLE — Scott Gornall, vice president of Baon Enterprises, presented Queen Anne’s County Commissioners with a wireless broadband service option in rural areas at the Tuesday, Nov. 26, meeting aimed at underserved areas in the county.

CENTREVILLE — Centreville ushered in Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30 with the pet-friendly Barksgiving to highlight local shops in the historic courthouse square complete with dog demonstrations and contests.

STEVENSVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Chamber of Commerce recognized a number of local businesses and business leaders for their contributions to the community at its Pinnacle Business Awards breakfast at the Kent Manor Inn on Thursday, Nov. 21.

CHICAGO — Sarah Maldonado-Acosta, general manager, el Jefe Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar, Stevensville, recently was named the third place winner in el Restaurante magazine’s 2019 Manager of the Year contest sponsored by Jarritos.

CAMBRIDGE — The Dorchester General Hospital Auxiliary on Nov. 12 celebrated a total of 13,265 hours contributed to its programs that benefit University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Dorchester.