EASTON — The Stewart, an intimate bar and lounge with an unparalleled collection of single malt Scotch whiskeys, recently opened in downtown Easton.
CAMBRIDGE — As Hurricane Florence gained strength and threatened the East Coast, Signature HealthCARE of Mallard Bay teams and leaders sprang into action preparing to take in dozens of evacuated residents from a sister location in Norfolk, Va.
GRASONVILLE — The luncheon held by the Chesapeake Women’s Network of Queen Anne’s County Thursday, Sept. 13, was an opportunity to mingle and strategize.
CHESTERTOWN — Kent County Economic Development is receiving $200,000 in infrastructure funding from the Rural Maryland Council, according to a news release.
CENTREVILLE — The entire staff of Compass Regional Hospice is the most recent recipient of the Fellows, Helfenbein and Newnam Hospice Caregivers Award.
COLLEGE PARK — The University of Maryland Extension has released a new suite of online resources devoted to assisting farm families in dealing with stress management through difficult economic times. Those online resources are at https://extension.umd.edu/FarmStressManagement.
EASTON — Londonderry on the Tred Avon will host the grand opening of its new clubhouse from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18. Londonderry residents and the public are invited to attend and enjoy food, drinks and live music. An advance RSVP is required.
CAMBRIDGE — Jayme Hayes, president of Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore, recently spoke to the membership of the Rotary Club of Cambridge about the work that Junior Achievement is doing on the Eastern Shore.
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Neema Hospitality, a hotel ownership and management company, has purchased the Fairfield Inn & Suites located in Slippery Rock, Pa., and the Holiday Inn Express & Suites hotel located in Canonsburg, Pa. Both hotels are located in the Pittsburgh metro area.
EASTON — Hearthstone Health + Fitness has been honored with an inaugural 2018 MINDBODY Visionary Award, given for business excellence in the international fitness, beauty and wellness industries.
DENTON — Choptank Community Health, a nonprofit community health center based in Denton, was recently awarded a quality improvement grant of more than $148,000 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Patti R. Lister, senior director of admissions for Genesis-The Pines, recently retired after 35 years in the health care industry. From left are Dianna Gilligan, executive director at The Pines, and Lister.
ST. MICHAELS — Shaw’s Heating, Air & Plumbing was recently recognized by HVACR Business, a leading industry publication, for its rebrand and fleet vehicle appearance. The recognition comes as part of a Tops in Truck Fleet Design Contest in which Shaw’s placed runner-up.