Crime Report

Talbot County Sheriff’s Office charged Kenny Silva Verardi, 30 of Easton,   Travon Nelso Roberts, 28 of Easton,  Charles Edgar Harrison, 45, of Tilghman.  –  Joan Carole Hutchinson, 53 of Nottingham, MD charged with theft of Crab pots, Tilghman Island.

Talbot County Sheriff’s Office charged Kenny Silva Verardi, 30 of Easton, Travon Nelso Roberts, 28 of Easton, Charles Edgar Harrison, 45, of Tilghman. – Joan Carole Hutchinson, 53 of Nottingham, MD charged with theft of Crab pots, Tilghman Island.

  THEFT ARREST:     On February 8, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office responded to Tilghman Island for a reported theft in progress.  The theft was reportedly occurring at Tonger’s Basin and involved crabbing equipment.  Upon arrival Deputies located Joan Carole Hutchinson, 53 of Nottingham, MD with 2 galvanized metal crab pots loaded into the back of […]

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Caroline County Sheriff’s Deputy arrested Brian Stayton for assaulting girlfriend Ridgely, MD.  –  Colby William Grizzel- Ortinski, held on No Bond after chase.

Caroline County Sheriff’s Deputy arrested Brian Stayton for assaulting girlfriend Ridgely, MD. – Colby William Grizzel- Ortinski, held on No Bond after chase.

  On Sunday, February 05, 2017 According to Caroline County Sheriff’s Office a Deputy was dispatched to, Ridgely, MD in reference to a physical domestic assault in progress. Upon arrival, the Deputy was greeted by (The Victim) who advised that she was out with some friends for the evening and when she returned home she […]

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Baltimore Man charged with passing counterfeit $100 bills in Kent Island.

Baltimore Man charged with passing counterfeit $100 bills in Kent Island.

INCIDENT: Counterfeit Bills & Theft  DATE: 01/15/2017  LOCATION: Kent Island VICTIM: Auto Zone & Big Lots   ARREST: Dawand Dametrius Daughtery (27) of Baltimore, MD   Deputies responded to Auto Zone for a report of subjects purchasing items with counterfeit $100 bills. As Deputies were responding it was reported that the subjects were now in […]

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Denton Police served a criminal summons on Brandon Warner, 33 of Denton for theft.  Denton police served a criminal summons on Dirk Tasker, 51 of Denton, charging him with indecent exposure.

Denton Police served a criminal summons on Brandon Warner, 33 of Denton for theft. Denton police served a criminal summons on Dirk Tasker, 51 of Denton, charging him with indecent exposure.

  Date: 12/27/2016  Theft under $1000 Location: 10500 block GREENSBORO RD   Denton Police served a criminal summons on Brandon Warner, 33 of Denton, charging him with theft under $1000.00. On December 27, 2016, the victim reported they were at the Arby’s and inadvertently left their wallet on a table. The victim contacted Arby’s and […]

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Talbot Sheriff’s Office charge Rebecca Tritapoe, 35 and Robert Leroy Sedgewick, 51 of Cordova, MD. – WARRANT SERVICE on Cierra Dawn Parson , 22 of Trappe,  Sabrina Monique Dipaulo, 33 of Trappe, Dan Salb, 51 of Easton, Benjamin Holden Mainguy, 20 of Easton and Carlos Demetrius Cannon, 48 of Cambridge. DRUG ARREST on Robert Tyler Patchett 3rd, 20 of Oxford, Tiffany Cauble, 34 of Berlin and Kyran Juane Steger, 21 of Randallstown.

Talbot Sheriff’s Office charge Rebecca Tritapoe, 35 and Robert Leroy Sedgewick, 51 of Cordova, MD. – WARRANT SERVICE on Cierra Dawn Parson , 22 of Trappe, Sabrina Monique Dipaulo, 33 of Trappe, Dan Salb, 51 of Easton, Benjamin Holden Mainguy, 20 of Easton and Carlos Demetrius Cannon, 48 of Cambridge. DRUG ARREST on Robert Tyler Patchett 3rd, 20 of Oxford, Tiffany Cauble, 34 of Berlin and Kyran Juane Steger, 21 of Randallstown.

  DOMESTIC ASSAULT:    On January 31, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence on Blades Road for a domestic disturbance.  Upon arrival one party, Rebecca Tritapoe, 35 of Cordova, MD was located inside the residence with minor injuries.  The second party, Robert Leroy Sedgewick, 51 of Cordova, MD had […]

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Local Events

Compass Regional Hospice Gala Scheduled for April 7

Compass Regional Hospice Gala Scheduled for April 7

On Friday, April 7, 2017, Compass Regional Hospice hosts its annual Gala at Annie’s Paramount Steak & Seafood House in Grasonville. The Compass Regional Hospice Gala is the premier fundraiser that supports hospice care and grief support available in Queen Anne’s, Kent and Caroline Counties.   The 2017 Gala begins at 6:30 p.m. and features […]

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Marydel Lions Club will be sponsoring a Designer Purse Bingo.

Marydel Lions Club will be sponsoring a Designer Purse Bingo.

  The Marydel Lions Club will be sponsoring a Designer Purse Bingo, Featuring Coach, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, Thirty One and Vera Bradley on Sunday, February 19th at the Goldsboro Volunteer Fire Company, 700 Oldline Road, Goldsboro MD. Doors open at 12:30pm and. Bingo begins at 2pm. Tickets are $20.00 in advance and $25.00 at […]

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HALF DAY RETREAT IN HILLSBORO “Recovering Spirit: The Path to Forgiveness.”

HALF DAY RETREAT IN HILLSBORO “Recovering Spirit: The Path to Forgiveness.”

Hillsboro, Maryland – On Saturday, February 18, The Retreat House at Hillsboro will be hosting a half-day retreat from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. entitled “Recovering Spirit: The Path to Forgiveness,” led by Reverend Paul Gennett, Jr., pastor of St. Mark’s in Dover, Delaware. This contemplative session will focus on spirituality using the 12 Steps of AA and other teachings as a guide for exploration and […]

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Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Inaugural Contingent on the job in Washington DC.

Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Inaugural Contingent on the job in Washington DC.

From left to right Captain James Henning, Sergeant Kevin Nagyiski, Sergeant Nancy Nagel, Lieutenant Ronald Dixon, Corporal Bryan Peris. (Photo from CCSO Facebook page) Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Inaugural Contingent on the job in DC this morning preparing for a long day Jan 20th, 2017.

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“Friday Nites in Caroline” presents Maureen Curtin at the Federalsburg Branch 

“Friday Nites in Caroline” presents Maureen Curtin at the Federalsburg Branch 

 Enjoy Broadway melodies with Maureen Curtin at the Caroline County Public Library’s Federalsburg Branch on Friday, January 27 at 7:00 pm. Admission is free. Maureen creates, sings and delights audiences with her one-woman shows. Her voice goes from classical to swing and from jazz to Broadway musicals with ease. Come out for a show […]

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Health

Workshop for rural health care businesses offered in Centreville

Workshop for rural health care businesses offered in Centreville

  STEVENSVILLE, MD – Chesapeake Charities will provide capacity-building training for businesses that provide health and fitness services in rural areas. The workshop, “Development Strategies for Rural Health Care Providers” will be held on Thursday, March 2 at the Queen Anne’s County Building, 110 Vincit Street, in Centreville. Led by Chesapeake Charities’ Grants and Evaluation […]

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Compass Regional Hospice Announces the Launch of its Campaign, Charting Our Course Together

Compass Regional Hospice Announces the Launch of its Campaign, Charting Our Course Together

Compass Regional Hospice’s visionary campaign was announced to guests at the capital campaign launch event held at Annie’s. Pictured are (left to right) Dianne Pappas, Pete Pappas; Campaign Committee Co-Chair, Kathy Deoudes; Campaign Committee Co-Chair, Nick Deoudes, and Heather Guerieri, Compass Regional Hospice, Executive Director.     On Wednesday, December 14 over 100 guests attended […]

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Riehl Named Compass Regional Hospice Volunteer of the Month

Riehl Named Compass Regional Hospice Volunteer of the Month

  Compass Regional Hospice chose Kurt Riehl of Centreville as the most recent volunteer of the month.  Riehl is a dedicated volunteer who strives to be involved and help wherever he can. He volunteers his time visiting with patients, serving on the We Honor Veterans Committee, and helping with ground and maintenance tasks.   “Kurt […]

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AAMC Expands Weight Loss and Metabolic Surgery Program to Easton.

AAMC Expands Weight Loss and Metabolic Surgery Program to Easton.

Annapolis, Md. (January 11, 2017)—Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) today announced the expansion of its Weight Loss and Metabolic Surgery Program to the Eastern Shore. Bariatric Surgeon Courtney Doyle, MD, will see patients for weight loss surgery consultations at 505 Dutchmans Lane, Suites A3-A4, in Easton. Bariatric nutrition classes for her patients will also be […]

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AAMC’S WOMEN’S CENTER FOR PELVIC HEALTH EXPANDS TO EASTON

AAMC’S WOMEN’S CENTER FOR PELVIC HEALTH EXPANDS TO EASTON

Annapolis, Md. (January 4, 2017)—Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) today announced the expansion of its urogynecology services to the Eastern Shore. Urogynecologist Briana Walton, MD, with AAMC Women’s Center for Pelvic Health, is now accepting new patients at 505 Dutchmans Lane, Suites A3-A4, in Easton. Dr. Walton will see patients at the Dutchmans Lane location until […]

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Arts & Entertainment

“Friday Nites in Caroline” and Towers Concrete present Flatland Drive at the Central Library

“Friday Nites in Caroline” and Towers Concrete present Flatland Drive at the Central Library

“Friday Nites in Caroline” and Towers Concrete present Flatland Drive at the Central Library   Don’t miss local favorite bluegrass band, Flatland Drive, at the Caroline County Public Library’s Central Library in Denton onFriday, March 3 at 7:00 pm.   Admission is free. Band members Alan Rausch on Dobro, Lee Collins on Guitar, Curt Fox on Banjo and Rodney Collins on Bass are influenced by the patriarchs of bluegrass music, as well as the likes of Seldom […]

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“Friday Nites in Caroline” presents the Todd Marcus Duo at the Denton Library

“Friday Nites in Caroline” presents the Todd Marcus Duo at the Denton Library

  “Friday Nites in Caroline” presents the Todd Marcus Duo at the Central Library Don’t miss the modern jazz sounds of the Todd Marcus Duo at the Caroline County Public Library’s Central Library in Denton on Friday, February 24 at 7:00 pm. Admission is free.   Bass clarinetist, composer, and bandleader Todd Marcus swings hard […]

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“Friday Nites in Caroline” presents Ken and Brad Kolodner at the Central Library

“Friday Nites in Caroline” presents Ken and Brad Kolodner at the Central Library

Join Ken and Brad Kolodner for old time music played in its purest form at the Caroline County Public Library’s Central Library in Denton on Friday, February 10 at 7:00 pm. Admission is free. This dynamic father-son duo infuses their own unique interpretations with traditional and original fiddle tunes and songs, playing an eclectic assortment […]

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Potluck Denton Library 

Potluck Denton Library 

Are you growing a garden? Would you like to know how to get free seeds? Do you enjoy sharing gardening stories with other passionate gardeners? Join us for the second annual Seed Swap and Potluck at the Caroline County Public Library in Denton, on Saturday, January 28, from 10am-1pm! Bring your seeds and a covered […]

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“A Breath of Fresh Air” kicks off “Friday Nites in Caroline” at the library!

“A Breath of Fresh Air” kicks off “Friday Nites in Caroline” at the library!

  Friday Nites in Caroline kicks off in January with “A Breath of Fresh Air.” A local favorite, this group presents fresh jazz with a twist of hip-hop. You’ll have trouble staying in your seats! Roger McKnight, Tom (T.C.) Coursey and the crew deliver their smooth sounds at the Caroline County Public Library’s Central Library, […]

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Caroline County and the Mid Shore Articles & Updates

HANNA TEAM SELLS INVESTMENT PROPERTY IN CHESTERTOWN, MD

HANNA TEAM SELLS INVESTMENT PROPERTY IN CHESTERTOWN, MD

| February 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

FEBRUARY 2017, CHESTERTOWN, MD – Henry Hanna, CCIM, SIOR and Wesley Cox, CCIM, Senior Advisors with SVN | Miller Commercial Real Estate recently sold 350 High Street in Chestertown, MD. Located in downtown Chestertown, the 14,000 SF net leased office building was sold to an investor represented by SVN | Miller Advisor Garry Jakoby. According to Henry Hanna, “We are […]

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Caroline County Public Schools Staff Raise $17,000 for Imagination Library

Caroline County Public Schools Staff Raise $17,000 for Imagination Library

| February 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Photo caption: Michaele Butler, Principal, Denton Elementary School; Ms. Dawn Swann, Principal, Greensboro Elementary School; Milton Nagel, Assistant Superintendent of Schools for Administrative Services; Dr. Patricia Saelens, Interim Superintendent, Caroline County Public Schools; Debby Bennett, Executive Director, Caroline County Public Library; Rachel Barry, Caroline County Economic Development Corporation; Dylan Vickers, Caroline County YMCA; Dr. Kari […]

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MEET THE YOUNG BLACK WOMAN FROM DENTON WHO HELPED FREDERICK DOUGLASS ESCAPE

MEET THE YOUNG BLACK WOMAN FROM DENTON WHO HELPED FREDERICK DOUGLASS ESCAPE

| February 12, 2017 | 2 Comments

BLACK HISTORY FEBRUARY 11, 2017 BY: DON BARKER   She was born free in Caroline County.  He was born across the river in Talbot, enslaved. They followed separate paths to Baltimore.  Anna met Frederick for the first time at the city wharves.  He was 19, she was 24. Frederick was an enslaved shipbuilder.   Anna […]

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The three suspects remain in custody after theft  NorthBrook Community, Centreville, MD.

The three suspects remain in custody after theft NorthBrook Community, Centreville, MD.

| February 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

ARRESTS:       Jeremy Scott Humphries (25) of Lanham, MD     Andrew James Butler (24) of Bowie, MD     Joseph Paul Boyer (25) of Bowie, MD     Early Friday morning a resident in NorthBrook reported seeing a subject entering his vehicle. Centreville Police quickly responded to the community to look for the subject. The […]

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7 Ways to Stay Safe Online Queenstown Bank offers tips.

7 Ways to Stay Safe Online Queenstown Bank offers tips.

| February 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

7 Ways to Stay Safe Online Bank offers tips in recognition of Safer Internet Day Feb. 7   QUEENSTOWN – Every year, millions of consumers fall victim to cybercrime. According to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center consumers lost more than $1 billion from scams initiated through the web in 2015. In recognition of Safer […]

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