EASTON — The National Weather Service in Mount Holly, N.J., is forecasting extreme heat for the Mid-Shore Wednesday through Sunday.
CHURCH CREEK — A Church Creek man faces attempted murder charges after he allegedly fired a shotgun into a car with four people Monday, July 15, after a reported altercation at his home.
OXFORD — Aimee Erickson of Oregon and Zufar Bikbov of Connecticut received awards for their Plein Air artwork Sunday evening at Paint Oxford, an event held by the Oxford Community Center in partnership with the Oxford Business Association.
EASTON — The Avalon Theatre hosted Plein Air event Coffee and Conversation, discussing the world of art on Monday, July 15, featuring PAE Alumni Artists Ray Hassard, Brenda Boylan and Eleinne Basa.
FEDERALSBURG — The Maryland Food Bank continued its 40th anniversary celebration Monday, July 15, when volunteers gathered to glean cucumbers from a Caroline County farm to be distributed to people across the state.
EASTON — A former Cordova fire chief, school bus driver and Little League umpire pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to attempted enticement of a minor and was sentenced to 60 years in federal prison, prosecutors announced in a press release.
EASTON — Easton Police Department held a Coffee with a Cop meeting on Friday, July 12, at Starbucks, where they met with several locals and tourists at the 8254 Ocean Gateway location.
ANNAPOLIS — Family, friends, colleagues, state lawmakers and active and retired judges filled the Maryland House of Delegates chamber Thursday afternoon for the investiture of Easton attorney Brynja McDivitt Booth as a judge on the state’s highest court.
EASTON — Contestants in the 2019 Talbot County Fair Goat Show came out to win, Friday, July 12. But, in the end, three human-goat pairs outshined the rest in the senior class, ages 14 to 18.
TILGHMAN ISLAND — The smell of Old Bay-dusted steamed crabs filled the air as a crowd gathered for the Tilghman Island Volunteer Fire Company’s Crab Fest fundraiser, Saturday, July 13.
PRESTON — CASA of Caroline, a Caroline County child advocacy group, kicked off its Dine for a Child dining series, Thursday, July 11, to raise money for the continuation and improvement of its services.
CENTREVILLE — A unanimous vote by the Queen Anne’s County commissioners during their Tuesday, July 9, meeting approved Ordinance 19-09 providing for photographic enforcement and administrative adjudication of school bus stop arm violations and imposition of civil fines.
QUEENSTOWN — The recent fifth annual Sporting Clays Classic was a success, netting $77,227 to benefit the breast imaging and biopsy equipment and program needs of the Clark Comprehensive Breast Center at University of Maryland Shore Regional Health.
EASTON — This past school year, band students from Easton Middle School enjoyed having the University of Maryland’s Mid-Atlantic Brass visit them as part of the Talbot County Art’s Council’s ongoing Artist-in-Residence Program.
EASTON — Brookletts Place in Easton celebrated its 10-year anniversary Thursday afternoon, July 11. Pictured are Corey Pack, Talbot County Council president; John Ford, Easton Town Council president; Bertha Wilson; Childlene Brooks, Brookletts Place manager; Brookletts Place Advisory Committ…
EASTON — The county council, during Tuesday night’s meeting, announced the decision of the state open meetings compliance board that emails and texts between members over a two-day period constituted a meeting that should have been open to the public.
CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County commissioners on Tuesday, July 9, approved a request to provide $2,460 toward the construction of a Korean War Veterans Wall of Remembrance on the Mall in Washington, D.C.
WYE MILLS — The Arc Central Chesapeake Region, a nonprofit committed to providing people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to gain independence, recently partnered with Caroline County Schools, Benedictine and the Chesapeake Center to host “A Night at the Commu…
EASTON — Hot summertime and the smell of coal-driven steam, ancient farm traction engines chugging along, giant draft horses pulling to power those massive mechanical wheat threshers and rock crushers — it’s like a scene from the late 19th century.
EASTON — Dr. Lawrence Daniel Patterson, who has a background in education, was remembered by colleagues as a realistic, knowledgeable, welcoming person and as a family man.
WORTON — Annie Squire Southworth is advocating for a more equitable school system. The best way to do that, she decided, was to apply for the school board.
CHESTERTOWN — The Chester River often boasts sights of osprey, herons, turtles and fish, but not often do boaters get the chance to watch dolphins swim in the river.
SALISBURY — Programs of Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore reached more than 9,000 students in the 2018-2019 school year.