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Convoy for Easton boy highlights intimate community
EASTON — An official escort by the Preston Volunteer Fire Company, Maryland State Police Caroline County Sheriff’s Office and more ushered the casket of Bradley Mango, a 6-year-old Easton boy who died Dec. 5 from complications with cancer, back home.
Easton Club assoc. sues golf course owner
EASTON — The Easton Club Community Association and one of its members are asking a court to order Maryland Health Clubs LLC — owner of the golf course and club house in the midst of the Easton Club community — to operate and maintain the course, club house and related facilities and structures.
Knapps Narrows Drawbridge Causing Delays In Tilghman Island
TILGHMAN ISLAND, Md-If you're driving in Talbot County near the Knapps Narrows Bridge, you may want to leave your house a little earlier, especially in the morning and evenings, neighbors say.
Grasonville couple sentenced in multi-state crime spree
BALTIMORE — A Grasonville couple was sentenced this past week for their roles in a multi-state crime spree. In two months, they stole or attempted to steal eight ATMs, stole four vehicles, burglarized a convenience store and robbed a bank, according to the Justice Department. First Sgt. Morris “Sonn
Talbot YP hosts Toys for Tots luncheon
EASTON — Talbot County Young Professionals presented its 15th annual Toys for Tots Luncheon on Wednesday, Dec. 12, at the Tidewater Inn. The organization received 1,958 toys before the luncheon and topped 2,000 during the luncheon. Those toys will be given to an estimated 750 Mid-Shore families.
Talbot receives state assessments for schools
EASTON — The Maryland State Department of Education released the new Maryland Report Card website today. The website contains report cards for every school in the state, including all Talbot County Public Schools.
Callahan asked to recuse himself from Darby Farm, Royal Oak density matters
This letter was sent to Talbot County Councilman Chuck Callahan:. I’m writing you as a second-generation resident of Royal Oak. As a builder, I think you will appreciate that my father built the house we still have and are updating with our own hands. We treasure this beautiful place and want to ens
What's playing at the movies, Dec. 14
ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE (R) — A zombie apocalypse threatens the sleepy town of Little Haven — at Christmas — forcing Anna (Ella Hunt) and her friends to fight, slash and sing their way to survival, facing the undead in a desperate race to reach their loved ones. Rated R for zombie violence and gore,
UM Memorial Hospital Foundation thanks donors
EASTON — Appreciation was the theme of evening on Thursday, Nov, 29, Talbot Country Club, as University of Maryland Memorial Hospital Foundation hosted its annual event for donors.
Maryland News: Queen Anne’s County Couple Sentenced To Federal Prison For Multi-State Crime Spree
In Less than Two Months the Couple Stole or Attempted to Steal Eight ATMs, Stole Four Vehicles, Burglarized a Convenience Store, Robbed a Bank, and Engaged in Two High-Speed Chases.
Family, colleagues honor Dr. R. Lane Wroth’s legacy
ST. MICHAELS — After 92 year-old R. Lane Wroth, a Talbot County physician, recently died of a brief illness, family members and colleagues remembered the legacy he left in the community.
The Winter Village In Maryland That Will Enchant You Beyond Words
So many Christmas attractions in Maryland and such a limited amount of time. Today we’re featuring one that’s worth adding to your list. Come for the lights, Santa, and of course… hot cocoa!
Woman shot in armed robbery at Exxon gas station in Frederick, Maryland
FREDERICK, Md. – A woman was shot during an armed robbery at a gas station in Frederick, Maryland on Thursday night. Around 9:40 p.m., police responded to a CVS in the 400 block of Jefferson Street. When they arrived, they found the victim suffering from a gunshot wound.
Fatal house fire in Greensboro under investigation
GREENSBORO, Md. – Deputy State Fire Marshals are investigating a house fire that has claimed the life of one. We’re told the Greensboro Police Department discovered the remnants of a fire at around 2:45 PM Wednesday while responding to a welfare check. They say the fire happened in an apartment loca
Firms relocate to downtown Cambridge
The Dorchester Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting Dec. 11 for Whitten Retirement Solutions and Parker Counts Law Firm, who have both moved their offices to a new location in the old Cator House, located at 411 Muse Street at the corner of Gay Street in Cambridge. The office space was complete
13-Year-Old Maryland Girl Says Cops Detained Her, Called Her A Slur For Riding Her Bike
A Maryland mother who says her daughter was called a slur by a police officer wants action. According to The Capital Gazette, Amy Brown alleges her 13-year-old daughter Jayda, who is mixed, was called the slur by a plainclothes police officer while riding her bike near their Millersville, Maryland h
Mid-Shore teachers complete environmental literacy training
EASTON — For nine weeks, a cohort of Mid-Shore teachers gathered on Wednesday evenings and two Saturdays with staff of Pickering Creek Audubon Center in Easton. to immerse themselves in Maryland’s Environmental Literacy Standards.
Seaford Shoplifting Leads to Drug Arrest
SMYRNA, Del. - Three people were arrested for drugs following a shoplifting incident in Seaford, according to police. On Friday Dec. 7, Smyrna Police said officers responded to the Acme supermarket for a shoplifting complaint. When officers arrived, store employees told them the suspects were parked
Shapers Salon, Warrington Builders support Critchlow Adkins, Talbot Mentors
EASTON — Rebecca Warrington, owner of Shapers Hair Salon, and her husband Dan Warrington, owner of Warrington Builders, believe in giving back to their community. Every Christmas, Rebecca and Dan sponsor a poinsettia sale to support a local cause. The proceeds raised from this year’s sale will benef
Horn Point scientist talks Chesapeake Bay climate change
ST. MICHAELS — Horn Point Lab offered a program called “Changing Chesapeake: What’s in store for the Eastern Shore” on Dec. 3 at the St. Michaels branch of the Talbot County Free Library.