Though it’s been said before, it bears repeating that any law restricting abortion rights has the greatest impact on the poor. Texas women wit…

An estimated 14,000 migrants, many of them from Haiti, have gathered at the U.S. border town of Del Rio, Texas.

Rotary Club of Easton is celebrating its 100th anniversary. It is a centennial very much worth celebrating and learning from as we navigate pl…

The writing may be on the wall for the future of the Talbot Boys Confederate statue in Easton.

Judge Jonathan Newell apparently took his own life on Friday, Sept. 10, with the FBI and police at his door in Henderson. Newell’s death occur…

The terror attacks of September 11, 2001, like all sudden and shocking instances of horrific loss, created individual and collective trauma, a…

A new Frederick Douglass mural has made its debut on Easton’s Rails-to-Trails.

The doors of public schools across the Shore have opened once again for the start of a new year, with many students in classrooms five days a …

“My body, my choice” is a dominating phrase in the battle over Texas’s controversial abortion law (and its potential challenge to Roe v. Wade)…

Talbot County is “going purple” this month to help raise awareness of the opioid abuse epidemic that is still very much striking our community…

We have seen the recent return of some popular events, both live and in-person.

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Attacks at the Kabul airport killed 12 U.S. Marines and a Navy medic on Thursday. Afghan civilians were also killed and there were injuries am…

The Talbot County Chamber of Commerce is putting together gift bags to welcome new teachers with Talbot County Public Schools.

Social media pundits boast of burning their MyPillow products to protest the owner’s social views. They won’t eat at Chick-fil-A because of th…

Twitter is telling its users to report misinformation and conspiracy theories related to COVID, vaccines and election.

As summer draws to a close, parents, kids and teachers everywhere are beginning the cycle of mourning the demise of summer.

U.S. President Joe Biden was defensive and defiant when he returned from his Camp David vacation to address the chaos in Kabul that saw the qu…

Twenty years after 9/11, the triumph on Afghanistan is almost complete. No, not the triumph of American forces and our Afghan allies bringing …

The U.S. has spent a lot of money, and a lot of lives have been lost in Afghanistan since the post-9/11 invasion aimed at Osama bin Laden, Al …

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