RIDGELY — Learn about historic foodways and future food resources when the ethnobotanical research team from Washington College’s Eastern Shore Food Lab leads a Food Lab Forest Walk on Sunday, Sept. 29 at Adkins Arboretum.

EASTON — As the Galloway mansion moved through town last week, it captured the imaginations of hundreds of people who stayed up all night camped out on the Easton Parkway and followed its progress on the internet.

On Aug. 30, 2006, I had lost my father to a fatal motorcycle accident. I felt alone, sad and angry. I had a black hole in my heart and without the guidance of my father, I felt lost.

CENTREVILLE — With the fate of the future hanging in the balance, the Corsica River Conservancy is a group dedicated to the preservation of one of our most important assets closest to home. Sunday, Sept. 15, area residents gathered on the river to learn about those efforts to preserve the Co…

SANDY POINT — Motorists should prepare for major delays on the William Preston Lane Jr. Memorial (Bay) Bridge starting Tuesday, Sept. 24, when two-way operations on the U.S. Route 50 west span cease in preparation for the Maryland Transportation Authority’s $27 million deck rehabilitation project.

GRASONVILLE — For more than a decade now, Prospect Bay Country Club has played host to the Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department’s annual charity golf tournament to benefit the building fund. This year’s tournament was held Monday, Sept. 16.

MILLINGTON — Members of the Millington Lions Club were treated to a poignant ceremony honoring the emergency personnel and other victims of the 9/11 attack, at their meeting on Sept. 11, at the Community Volunteer Fire Company of Millington fire hall.

EASTON — Although there are no confirmed cases of the flu in Easton or in Maryland, it is important to keep a close eye on flu season as it comes in the fall.

EASTON — A man and a woman were taken to the University of Maryland Shore Regional Medical Center in Easton with non-life-threatening injuries after a reported incident in the 29000 block of Holly Road in Easton Thursday afternoon, Sept. 19.

The Galloway Mansion is currently near the bulkhead at Easton Point after last week’s journey through town. Officials expected the old manor house to be loaded onto the Northstar barge on Wednesday, but adjustments to the barge’s ballast has delayed that loading. The Galloway mansion weighs …

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Health and Opioid Operational Command Center released its 2019 second quarter report, showing that Maryland has its first six-month decline in the total number of opioid-related fatalities in a decade.

ANNAPOLIS — The Department of Natural Resources has issued limits for the upcoming oyster season that should lead to 26% harvest reduction for the year.

EASTON — The Office of the State Fire Marshal has seen numerous burn injuries as a result of open air burning this month. State Fire Marshal Brian S. Geraci would like to remind residents about the necessary steps to reduce their risk of injury while conducting an open air burn.

EASTON — Stewards in protecting the health of the Chesapeake Bay briefed the Easton Town Council on Monday evening, Sept. 16.

CAMBRIDGE — The IRONMAN Maryland Triathlon returns to Cambridge for the sixth year on Saturday, Sept. 28, with more than 2,400 athletes from 65 countries registered this year.

My name is Melissa and I’m 31 years old. I am an addict. A heroin addict to be exact. The number one thing people say to me when I tell them or when they see a Facebook post is, “You!? No way? You look so innocent.” One of my favorite quotes is from Nicole Richie:

STEVENSVILLE — In the first of many opportunities for public input on revised Bay Bridge tolls, the public and Queen Anne’s County Commissioners gathered Thursday, Sept. 12, to get an overview of proposed rates and changes to the collection system.

EASTON — With this week being national Child Passenger Safety Week, Maryland State Police are reminding the public of the importance of ensuring motorists are using the correct car seat and that it is being properly installed and used.

EASTON — It’s captured the imagination of a whole town and beyond, brought the community together, inspired hours of conversation and created a few new historians.