School districts across the Mid-Shore are dealing with and having to react to new coronavirus cases with more students returning to classrooms.

The town of Easton continues to look at ways to enhance its downtown and help local restaurants and shops challenged by the coronavirus pandemic.

Gov. Larry Hogan was on the Eastern Shore on Monday, Oct. 19, with stops in St. Michaels, Skipton, Hurlock, Cambridge and Salisbury.

Gov. Larry Hogan grabbed plenty of media attention for announcing that he wrote in Ronald Reagan’s name on his 2020 presidential ballot. Hogan…

The year 2020 has been all about stress and disruption. We all know the sudden and lasting impacts the coronavirus and all the shutdowns, mask…

A new poll from Goucher College released Oct. 13 found 45% of Marylanders have been financially hit by the coronavirus.

The Avalon Foundation and the Stoltz family are teaming up to develop and roll out a new outdoor music venue in downtown Easton.

Easton Mayor Robert Willey has moved to shift town funding from the Discover Easton business promotion group and redirect those funds to the E…

Gov. Larry Hogan announced on Wednesday, Oct. 7, that the Maryland State Police would be keeping all Aviation Command bases open.

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This year, Oct. 4-10 marks the 80th observance of National Newspaper Week, sponsored by the Newspaper Managers Association. Each year we take …

The local and regional arts scenes are remerging as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and see some improvements.

President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump and other positive COVID-19 cases from the White House have made for a dramatic turn in the p…

Talbot County Public Schools will start bringing more students back into the classrooms starting Oct. 12.

The first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden is tonight. We know the Sept. 29 debate will focus on whether Biden…

Gov. Larry Hogan and State Superintendent of Schools Karen Salmon are allowing high school sports to come back to Maryland. Their latest COVID…

Halloween is one of the next big questions as we all traverse COVID-19 and getting back to some sense of normalcy as the pandemic situation ap…

The school year has started with most students still learning virtually and taking classes from home.

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