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Dr. George John joins UMC MG in Easton
BALTIMORE — University of Maryland Community Medical Group announces the addition of gastroenterologist George Kunnackal John, MD. John specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the digestive system, which includes the esophagus, gallbladder, stomach, small intestine and
Child Locked In Hot Car In Easton
Hernandez told police she managed to lock her keys inside. The child, who was under 8 years old, was inside the hot car with all the windows up. Hernandez reportedly waited 20 minutes before calling for help, police said.
Easton officer in need of second kidney donation
EASTON — Cpl. Lenox Trams is once again in need of a kidney donation after a BK virus inflicted irreversible damage to the kidney he received in a 2016 transplant.Trams, whose Easton Police Department involvement dates over 19 years, received what he considered a second chance at life on March 18, 2
Talbot GOP continues school supplies drive
EASTON — The Republican Central Committee of Talbot County has launched a drive to collect and distribute donated school supplies to county students whose families are not in a position to purchase them.School supplies needed are pens, pencils, notebooks, notebook paper, back packs, folders and mark
Guilford and Co. welcome two new sales associates
ST. MICHAELS — Guilford and Company recently announced the addition of two sales professionals to their staff, Julia Foxwell and Mindie Malkus.“We couldn’t be more excited to have these two fine ladies join our company,” said Guilford and Company owner Julie Moriarty. “Both Julia and Mindie have an
Charter fishing boat and sailboat collide in Chesapeake Bay in Maryland
ANNAPOLIS, Md.- A charter fishing boat was involved in a collision with a sailboat Friday in the Chesapeake Bay in Annapolis.The crash happened at around noon near Thomas Point, officials said.Maryland Natural Resources Police said the commercial boat was being operated out of Kent Island while the
School board discusses graduation gown changes
“I know this is a change in tradition and this took a lot of thought. I think one of the important aspects of a principal is upholding tradition, but I think when I sat down and thought about if our graduation ceremony in any way makes a student feel uncomfortable, I think we need to look at,” Keckl
Anne Arundel man charged with beating ex in Calvert
Chesapeake Beach, MD -A South Anne Arundel County man has been charged with home invasion, assault and theft after he allegedly broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home in Calvert County during the early morning hours of Saturday, Aug. 11. Per documents on file in District Court, the victim was severely
Tales from the storage unit: people caught living at facilities in Bridgeville, Felton
Vicky, a manager with Central Park Mini Storage, says over the course of the past year her staff has caught at least four people living in their units, and that things have been left behind that were inherent someone was using their units as more than just a place to store their belongings.
Bridgeville Man Goes to Prison for Child Sex Abuse
John Young, pleaded guilty to second-degree rape and contempt of court for performing oral sex on a 7-year-old girl in January 2018 and violating a no contact order that had been imposed by the court, according to the Department of Justice.
Local Farmers’ Market receives community support - Dorchester Banner
CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge Farmers’ Market is thriving! Since the kick off of the new season at Long Wharf, everyone has been pleased to see the amazing support of the community! The market is free to the public. For many years, Cambridge has been known for their quality of food.
MSP helicopter lifts critical patient from Royal Caribbean cruise ship in Chesapeake Bay | Eye On Annapolis
Shortly after 9:45 p.m., the United States Coast Guard – Sector Baltimore was notified by Royal Caribbean Cruise Line that they had a passenger requiring immediate medical evacuation on its Grandeur of the Seas ship. The Coast Guard requested the assistance of the Maryland State Police Aviation Comm
UPDATE: Del. man sentenced in child sex abuse case
The Delaware Department of Justice says on Friday, 25-year-old John Young, of Bridgeville, was sentenced to 25 years in prison after entering a guilty plea. Authorities say Young pleaded guilty to the charges of rape second degree and contempt of court.
Claws for a Cause nets $36,463 for emergency center
Claws for a Cause Committee from left: Mary Alice Vanhoy, nurse manager, UM Shore Emergency Center at Queenstown; Kathy Clark; Amy Lowe; Cassie Guy; Heather Comegys, co-chair; Holly Rhodes, co-chair; Ginny Biondi; Julie McMahan-Thomas; Vicki Wood-Dean; and Lisa Lisle, BSN, RN, CEN. Not pictured – Ma
School board candidates discuss issues with breakfast group
CHESTERTOWN — Fully funded schools and community involvement were hotly debated topics when the Kent Community Breakfast Group hosted a forum for Board of Education candidates Aug. 9.Challengers Francoise Sullivan and Nivek Johnson attended the forum with current board members who are running for re
Franchot honors Cambridge restaurant owners
CAMBRIDGE — Comptroller Peter Franchot stopped at ThaiTalian Infusion Cuisine in Cambridge Wednesday, Aug. 15, and honored owner Antonio Illiano and his family for their special brand of authentic recipes they bring to Dorchester County.ThaiTalian Infusion Cuisine, 300 Washington Street, opened in O
Cambridge fire co. hosts 39th annual Seafood Feast-I-Val
CAMBRIDGE — More than 1,200 people came to Sailwinds Park for food and fun during the 39th annual (Cambridge) Rescue Fire Company Seafood Feast-I-Val on Aug. 11.The event featured a live band and food prepared by local organizations like the Dorchester Elks Club. Proceeds from the event benefit the
Officials: Power boat, sail boat collide in Chesapeake Bay off Annapolis
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (ABC7) —A power boat and sail boat collided Friday in the Chesapeake Bay off the coast of Annapolis.The Anne Arundel County Fire Department said the crash occurred in the area of Thomas Point Park. A call came in about the incident around 12:03 p.m.The Maryland Department of Natural R
Small Earthquake Rattles Northern Virginia
LANDSDOWNE, VA— An earthquake hit Loudon County Thursday evening, and residents from northern Virginia to Annapolis, Maryland, likely felt it. Themagnitude 1.7 earthquakeoccurred at 11:23 p.m. about 1.2 miles northeast of Landsdown, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Trappe man facing theft charges
Kenneth Barnett, 38, was observed in Kohl's attempting to remove tags from store merchandise.