CAMBRIDGE — Maryland State Police are investigating the death of a Talbot County man who ran from a traffic stop Friday afternoon, May 29.
Organizations and institutions are assessing how they will help their constituents stay healthy, as developments regarding the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, unfold. While the list of closings and postponements will evolve, these organizations and events posted plans on March 11:
ST. MICHAELS — In January 2017, Lyon Distilling partnered with the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy to launch a special edition spirit — one that would celebrate the Eastern Shore heritage and coastal history, and honor and support an organization dedicated to protecting it.
EASTON — A Brooklyn, Maryland, man was arrested and charged on Wednesday, Jan. 29, in Talbot County in connection with the July 2019 death of an Oxford pedestrian, officials said.
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland lawmakers are expected to introduce a bill this week that, if passed, will give Choptank Electric Cooperative the green light to roll out high-speed internet services to its rural customers across the Eastern Shore.
BALTIMORE — Maryland State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Karen Salmon announced this week she will not seek reappointment as superintendent upon her term’s expiration at the end of June 2020.
EASTON — Nick LaBrie, a longtime local paramedic in need of a liver transplant, is “humbled” after awaking in a hospital to learn the community donated more than $25,000 to his family via GoFundMe, according to online updates from LaBrie’s sister.
EASTON — When the family of Nick LaBrie, a longtime local paramedic in need of a liver transplant, sent out a distress signal via GoFundMe, the community responded with more than $20,000 in donations in four days.
After an 11-year run with The Star Democrat, Dorchester Star and the Times-Record newspapers, I'm beginning a new chapter away from APG Chesapeake and turning the reins over to Hannah Combs as the new Caroline/Dorchester editor.
I think we’ve seen enough. The whole point of government is to ensure the safety, security and well-being of the people we serve. Which is precisely what is not occurring now on, near and around the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
CAMBRIDGE — A Sunday morning, Oct. 6, fire destroyed the Cambridge House building on the property of the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort in Cambridge, according to fire officials.
EASTON — A former Queen Anne’s County Circuit Court Family Services coordinator will spend the next 18 months in jail for embezzling more than $2,800 from local families in 2018.
EASTON — Airpark Drive in Easton was closed off or partially closed most of the morning and into the afternoon Saturday, Sept. 28, while HAZMAT teams tried to contain a leak from a 9,000-pound ammonia tank at Sea Watch International, 8978 Glebe Park Drive.
WYE MILLS — The internal tug-of-war high school graduates face when deciding whether to take up a skilled trade or pursue education at an academic institution has long pulled capable hands from blue-collar employers on the Eastern Shore.