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EASTON — Nonprofit organizations and, ultimately, the boards that lead them must keep ethical issues front and center so that they can limit legal risks, financial risks or loss of reputation.
CENTREVILLE — The Bull and Goat Brewery Taproom, at 204 Banjo Lane, officially opened Friday, Jan. 17, just in time to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the repeal of prohibition in the United States.
ANNAPOLIS — State legislators always want to support small business. But one bill introduced this session aims to help the smallest of businesses.
EASTON — Christopher E. Parks, financial advisor at Wye Financial & Trust, a division of Shore United Bank in Easton, has been authorized by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards to use the certified financial planner and CFP certification marks in accordance with CFP Board …
CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Commissioners held a public hearing Tuesday, Jan. 14, on Ordinance 19-17 concerning the expansion of a use and tenant space in a structure more than 65,000 square feet of gross floor area.
BALTIMORE — Gov. Larry Hogan’s proposed fiscal year 2021 budget provides $7.5 million for the nationally recognized Employment Advancement Right Now Maryland grant program and a record $3 million for the state’s apprenticeship program.
CAMBRIDGE — During the 2003-2004 school year, members of the Rotary Club of Cambridge began a tradition that has continued for 17 years — presenting a dictionary to every Dorchester County third-grader.
CAMBRIDGE — The Auxiliary of University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Dorchester installed its new officers Jan. 8 at the hospital.
CENTREVILLE — Cathy Willis, case manager at Compass Regional Hospice, was chosen as the recipient of the 2019 Cynthia L. Nugent Clinical Excellence Award in Hospice and Palliative Care.
EASTON — The Talbot County Chamber of Commerce Annual Chairman’s Luncheon welcomed incoming Board of Directors Chairman Debbie Walsworth, and expressed appreciation to immediate past chairman Tracy Berrigan and outgoing board members.
BALTIMORE — Maryland Department of Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson announced the state will award nearly $17 million in federal funds to local organizations that will help expand access to adult education opportunities for Marylanders.
EASTON — At its first meeting of the year, the Easton Planning Commission on Thursday, Jan. 16, discussed a pair of applications and officially elected new officers for 2020.
CAMBRIDGE — Development continues in Cambridge as new stores near completion and the process of building Dorchester’s new hospital moves a step forward after a recent transfer of property.
EASTON — Talbot Interfaith Shelter is asking for businesses to consider joining its TIS Business Partnership Plan and to use their 2020 advertising dollars to gain exposure and save lives.
CHESTERTOWN — Sultana Education Foundation has made public a pitch it initially made in the fall to purchase property in the 300 block of Cannon Street that it has leased from the town of Chestertown for more than 20 years.