ST. MICHAELS — There are some rare and expensive automobiles hitting the roads in Talbot County this weekend.
EASTON — Easton High School senior Natasha Panduwawala of Cordova has become the first student from Maryland to be elected president of the National Junior Classical League.
EASTON — Eric Lowery, president of the Frederick Douglass Honor Society, said as he left his home Saturday morning, Sept. 22, for Frederick Douglass Day, hosted by the town of Easton, rain drops already were on his windshield. Lowery, unfazed by overcast conditions, knew the sun would break …
EASTON — The University of Maryland Shore Regional Health team members wore purple Friday afternoon, Sept. 21, to show their support for the month-long observance of Shore Health Goes Purple.
WYE MILLS — The public is invited to join Chesapeake College students, faculty and staff on the Wye Mills campus on Monday, Sept. 24, for Big Purple Day, as the school stands up against substance abuse with a series of events and activities.
DENTON — A rabbit rescue organization is looking for foster homes for 26 bunnies, born since 20 domesticated rabbits were rescued from an abandoned Denton property earlier this year.
EASTON — The Talbot County Board of Education and Talbot County Council had a joint dinner meeting Tuesday, Sept. 18, with dishes by students from the chef cook/culinary arts program at Easton High School.
CENTREVILLE — The Town of Centreville has received a grant through the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Community Parks and Playgrounds Program to replace the playground at the Centreville Wharf Park.
My name is Nikki, and I am a grateful recovering addict. I am 43 years old and have struggled with addiction for most of my life. I am, however, happy to say the struggle to stay clean is no longer a struggle but a way of life.
CENTREVILLE — On Friday, Sept. 28, Queen Anne’s County Public Schools will “go purple” in support of the Queen Anne’s County Goes Purple campaign to build awareness of the critical opioid epidemic facing the community.
CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne's County Commissioners discussed a formal Request for Information proposed by the Broadband Advisory Board during their Sept. 11 meeting.
CENTREVILLE — Warden LaMonte Cooke provided an update for the Queen Anne’s County Commissioners at the Tuesday, Sept. 11, meeting and included construction reports and jail statistics.
BARCLAY — The Town of Barclay officially dedicated its Wye Oak “seedling” in a brief ceremony Aug. 15, more than 34 years after it was planted. The seedling, raised and cared for by Anthony’s Nursery in Chestertown, was planted next door to the town hall in the center of Barclay on April 4, 1984.
CENTREVILLE — During the Tuesday, Sept 11, Queen Anne’s County Commissioners meeting, the school district officially presented the findings for the “Bridge to Excellence” initiative.
CAMBRIDGE — Archaeologists from the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration shared findings from a two-week dig Thursday, Sept. 20, unearthing artifacts from the mid-1800s at one of the oldest properties in Cambridge.
OXFORD — The commissioners of Oxford met Wednesday, Sept. 19, after rescheduling their meeting from Sept. 11, which was canceled due to Hurricane Florence.
GRASONVILLE — Campaign season is crab-picking season — or is it vice versa? The Democratic Central Committee of Queen Anne's County will hold a crab feast on Sunday, Sept. 30, featuring Brian Frosh and Democratic candidates in Queen Anne's County. It will begin at noon and end at 4.
EASTON — Drivers should expect a single lane closure and flagging operation beginning at 9 a.m. Friday on state Route 331 at the Dover Bridge, a news release states. This lane closure may extend to 5 p.m., if needed.
CHESTERTOWN — The gulf between vendors of the Saturday morning market in Fountain Park and town officials who sign off on the market rules appears to have narrowed considerably.
DENTON — Two screenings of “If Only,” a short film about the dangers of prescription drug misuse, are set for 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24, at North Caroline High School, and 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, at Colonel Richardson High School.
Today’s spotlight of the mother of the addict really hit home for me. My youngest daughter, who is now in her thirties, is an opiate addict. I say “is an addict” even though she is in recovery because the struggle never ends. Never.