CHESTERTOWN — One of the oldest churches in Kent County, Janes United Methodist Church, is getting a new roof.

EASTON — Martha Witte Suss, branch manager of Long & Foster Real Estate’s Easton, St. Michaels and Cambridge offices, has been recognized for her leadership and community involvement.

CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Board of Appeals officially voted Wednesday, Oct. 9, in favor of K. Hovnanian’s Four Seasons claim that the Developer’s Rights and Responsibilities Agreement was tolled due to litigation.

Our gardens have grown weary from the summer’s heat, breathing a slight sigh of relief as the first day of fall slowly passes by. The nights grow cooler and the bright summer blooms fade into rich autumn golds, reds, and browns. The sun glows with golden rays embracing everything it touches …

EASTON — Gary Marquardt, a sales associate in Long & Foster Real Estate’s Easton office, has been recognized as a top-producing agent and for his community involvement. The Mid-Shore Board of Realtors named Marquardt as the recipient of its 2019 Rookie of the Year award.

EASTON — Marlboro Place Apartments held a grand opening and ribbon cutting on Wednesday evening, Oct. 9. The 18-unit apartment complex off Marlboro Avenue is now open for leasing.

CORDOVA — The property at Triple Creek Winery has gone up for sale with an asking price of $950,000.

SEVERNA PARK — Dee Dee Miller, an associate broker with Long & Foster Real Estate’s Severna Park office, has been elected to the position of president-elect for 2019-2020 of Maryland Realtors.

ANNAPOLIS — Residential housing prices made gains in August compared to the same period in 2018, according to housing statistics released Sept. 25 by Maryland Realtors.

EASTON — The Mid-Shore Board of Relators celebrated 2019 award winners and installed its new board of directors Tuesday morning, Sept. 24, during a ceremony at the Tidewater Inn.

CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Board of Appeals opted for more time to review legal precedent on project tolling presented by K. Hovnanian lawyer Joseph Stevens, delaying a decision until 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9.

DENTON — The town of Denton, during a public meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 17, proposed two new playground designs for Coursey Park and 4th Street Park.

EASTON — On Sept. 5, more than 60 Eastern Shore real estate professionals listened as Corey McCloskey, a Florida agent, described her state’s housing market crash in summer 2018, when toxic algal blooms smothered half of the state’s shorelines.

CHESTERTOWN — Jamie Williams, Kent County director of economic development, and Rob Thompson, Economic Development Commission member, received approval from the Kent County Commissioners to begin evaluating the possibility of a tax credit for multi-family residential development.