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Crime Report

Man removes hypodermic needle from his pocket and sprayed the contents of the needle on the ground in attempt to destroy the evidence.

Man removes hypodermic needle from his pocket and sprayed the contents of the needle on the ground in attempt to destroy the evidence.

Arrested: Johnathan David Willey 25 of Chestertown, Md   Held No Bail  Dejeune Kiarius Waits 21 of Chestertown, Md  Released on PR   DETAILS: Officers were dispatched to the Chester harbor development in reference to a verbal disturbance. Dispatch informed Deputies in route that the suspect had left the Chester Harbor area and was driving a […]

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Drug Bust on Matthewstown Road nets two from Easton, MD.

Drug Bust on Matthewstown Road nets two from Easton, MD.

CDS Arrest: On June 29, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office, with assistance from the Talbot County Narcotics Task Force and members of the Maryland State Police, stopped a motor vehicle on Matthewstown Road near Mile Post Drive for moving . The driver was identified as Brandi Nicoel Payne, 35 of Easton, MD. […]

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Talbot County Sheriff’s Office served an arrest warrant on Alfredo Cueto Gonzalez, 28 of Washington, DC – Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrested Kayla M. Miller, 25 of Stevensville, Maryland – Talbot County Sheriff’s Office Arrests Phillip Shawn Murphy, 49 with no fixed address.

Talbot County Sheriff’s Office served an arrest warrant on Alfredo Cueto Gonzalez, 28 of Washington, DC – Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrested Kayla M. Miller, 25 of Stevensville, Maryland – Talbot County Sheriff’s Office Arrests Phillip Shawn Murphy, 49 with no fixed address.

  Warrant Service:          On July 14, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office served an arrest warrant on Alfredo Cueto Gonzalez, 28 of Washington, DC. On June 7, 2017 a warrant from Talbot County District Court wasissued for failure to appear for several traffic violations. Gonzalez was taken before a District Court Commissioner and was released on his personal recognizance.     CDS Arrest:             […]

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Caroline County, Md.-  Robert Clough sentenced to 28 years and Teresa Holden sentenced to 8 years.

Caroline County, Md.- Robert Clough sentenced to 28 years and Teresa Holden sentenced to 8 years.

In the month of September of 2016, residents of the Fox Grape Community in Caroline County were victims of burglaries. Two Defendants Robert Clough and Teresa Holden were charged after investigation conducted by the Caroline County Sheriff’s Department. The State’s Attorney Office for Caroline County obtained convictions for both Defendants. Mr. Clough was sentenced to […]

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EASTON, Md.-  Police have arrested and charged an Easton man after a home invasion in Talbot County.

EASTON, Md.- Police have arrested and charged an Easton man after a home invasion in Talbot County.

According to the Easton Police Department, 23-year-old Perry M. Bailey allegedly entered his ex-girlfriend’s home and put a gun to her head on July 4.   The next day, another incident with Bailey and the victim occurred, police said. The woman told police she was able to get away from the apartment and go to work on […]

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Local Events

MPT traveling exhibit saluting Maryland’s Vietnam veterans returns to the Eastern Shore

MPT traveling exhibit saluting Maryland’s Vietnam veterans returns to the Eastern Shore

  OWINGS MILLS, MD – The MPT Salutes Vietnam Veterans Traveling Exhibit will visit libraries in Caroline and Somerset counties beginning in late July and continuing to the end of September. The multi-panel exhibit, introduced as part of Maryland Public Television’s multi-year initiative to honor the region’s Vietnam veterans, continues to make its way around the state to educate […]

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Local Business Owner Gives Back to The Community

Local Business Owner Gives Back to The Community

FayeAnn Carson of Cose Belle Nail Laquer makes donation to Brookletts Place   Left to right: FayeAnn Carson, Joan Muzzillo (fundraising committee member, and Childlene Brooks (Manager of Brookletts Place – Talbot Senior Center)   Business owner, FayeAnn Carson of Cambridge, Maryland and resident of Talbot County, made a generous donation to BrooklettsPlace – Talbot Senior Center in honor of her late grandmother, Mrs. Alice C. Jackson, who was a regular member.  […]

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3rd Annual UM Shore Regional Sporting Clays Classic Raises Funds to Benefit Clark Comprehensive Breast Center.

3rd Annual UM Shore Regional Sporting Clays Classic Raises Funds to Benefit Clark Comprehensive Breast Center.

The 3rd Annual Sporting Clays Classic, held June 10 at The Point at Pintail in Queenstown, raised    $54,500.00 to benefit equipment needs for the Clark Comprehensive Breast Center at University of Maryland Shore Regional Health. The Sporting Clays Classic, offered by UM Memorial Hospital Foundation, attracted 195 registered shooters who enjoyed morning competition, lunch for participants, various prizes, raffles and a silent auction of items donated by local businesses and community members. […]

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FOURTH ANNUAL 12for1 DIAPER DRIVE KICKS OFF AUGUST 1ST

FOURTH ANNUAL 12for1 DIAPER DRIVE KICKS OFF AUGUST 1ST

July 2017 – In 2014, while looking for a place to donate out-grown diapers, Jackie Weisman discovered the diaper gap, which stems from the fact that the federal program designed to help low income families, WIC, does not cover diapers. In the metro area, Diaper Banks exist to help fill this gap; however, no such […]

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Bryan Brothers Foundation supports Talbot Goes Purple

Bryan Brothers Foundation supports Talbot Goes Purple

  June 28th, 2017 The Bryan Brothers Foundation recently presented a $10,000 grant to the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office and Tidewater Rotary for Talbot Goes Purple, an initiative that empowers our youth and community to ‘Go Purple’ as a sign of taking a stand against substance abuse. Pictured are Allen Bryan, Sharon Poore, Jason Bryan […]

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Health

Estate Treasures volunteer recognized by Compass Regional Hospice

Estate Treasures volunteer recognized by Compass Regional Hospice

Courtney Williams, Manager of Volunteer and Professional Services (right,) presents Lorraine Sincavage (left) with Compass Regional Hospice’s Volunteer of the Month award.   Compass Regional Hospice chose Lorraine Sincavage of Stevensville as the most recent volunteer of the month. Lorraine volunteers at Estate Treasures, an upscale resale shop that benefits Compass Regional Hospice.   As […]

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Social Security Announces New Online Service for Replacement Social Security Cards in Delaware.

Social Security Announces New Online Service for Replacement Social Security Cards in Delaware.

Available to People through a my Social Security Account The Social Security Administration introduced the expansion of online services for residents of Delaware available through its my Social Securityportal at www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount. Nancy A. Berryhill, Acting Commissioner of Social Security, announced that residents of Delaware can use the portal for many replacement Social Security number (SSN) card requests. This will allow people to replace their SSN card from the comfort of their home or office, without […]

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Chesapeake Charities names event committee for 2nd annual gala

Chesapeake Charities names event committee for 2nd annual gala

Photo caption: A Celebration of Charity 2017 Event Committee, Top L-R: Linda Kohler, Chesapeake Charities Executive Director, Salena Barrett, Diana Waterman, Carllene Hurd, Meg Gallagher.  Bottom L-R: Jami Kirkwood, Audrey Scott, Event Committee Chair, Deidre Wilson. Missing from photo: Jodie Gray, Kathy Deoudes.   STEVENSVILLE, MD–Chesapeake Charities will host its second annual awards luncheon, “A Celebration of Charity” on Thursday, November […]

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AAMC Weight Loss and Metabolic Surgery Program Recognized as Comprehensive Center

AAMC Weight Loss and Metabolic Surgery Program Recognized as Comprehensive Center

(Annapolis, MD) June 26, 2017—Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) announces its Weight Loss and Metabolic Surgery Program is now accredited as a Comprehensive Center by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP), signifying the program meets the highest standards for patient safety and quality care. Studies show that patients have better […]

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McMullen Named Rehabilitation Clinical Specialist at UM Shore Rehabilitation at Denton.

McMullen Named Rehabilitation Clinical Specialist at UM Shore Rehabilitation at Denton.

(Easton, Md. – June 16, 2017) University of Maryland Shore Regional Health’s Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services recently welcomed clinical specialist Deanna McMullen, DPT to the outpatient rehabilitation team at UM Shore Rehabilitation at Denton.  “We are excited about the addition of Deanna to our Shore Rehabilitation team,” says Frank Rath, manager of outpatient rehabilitation services for UM SRH. “Deanna is a talentedtherapist who brings […]

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Art & Entertainment

Caroline County Public Library launches new catalog in August

Caroline County Public Library launches new catalog in August

Great news! The Caroline County Public Library is moving to a new,  more user-friendly catalog coming in August! Eight Eastern Shore libraries (Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester) are joining forces to create a shared library catalog to offer a better user experience.  Soon you will be able to check out and return your library materials […]

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Looking for a place to watch the fireworks this Independence Day? Below is a list of dates, times and locations of Fourth of July events.

Looking for a place to watch the fireworks this Independence Day? Below is a list of dates, times and locations of Fourth of July events.

Berlin: Monday, July 3, 9:15-9:30 p.m.; Berlin Falls Park on Old Ocean City Boulevard. P Cambridge: Tuesday, July 4, Dusk; Choptank River Waterfront. Best viewing spots include Great Marsh Park and Long Wharf Park. Centreville: Sunday, July 2, 9:15 p.m. at Queen Anne’s County High School bus loop Chester: Tuesday, July 4, 6-9:30 p.m., Chesapeake […]

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Camp New Dawn registration open for campers and volunteers

Camp New Dawn registration open for campers and volunteers

    Registration is open for the 23rd annual Camp New Dawn, a grief retreat offered through the Compass Regional Hospice Hope & Healing Center. Camp New Dawn is a three-day, two-night grief retreat held each summer at Camp Pecometh in Centreville, serving children between the ages of four and 17 and their families.   […]

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Caroline County Public Library seeks Summer Meal Assistant Volunteers 

Caroline County Public Library seeks Summer Meal Assistant Volunteers 

Teens and adults are invited to gain valuable work experience, serve their community and support their library this summer by volunteering at the library’s Central Library in Denton.     Volunteers will assist library staff with setting up the meeting room tables and chairs for lunch, serving pre-made bagged meals to a group of about […]

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Paramount Pictures to film in Easton on Friday May 12th.

Paramount Pictures to film in Easton on Friday May 12th.

Paramount Pictures to film in Easton on Friday Although this notification was intended to be made by Paramount Pictures, we have recently heard from several business owners that they did not receive information. I apologize for the late notice. The Easton Business Alliance has been informed that on Friday, May 12, Paramount Pictures will be […]

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Caroline County and the Mid Shore Articles & Updates

Harriet Tubman and Ella Fitzgerald are some familiar faces that are honored right off Route 50 in Cambridge.

Harriet Tubman and Ella Fitzgerald are some familiar faces that are honored right off Route 50 in Cambridge.

| July 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

A new mural commemorates the city’s African American heritage and comes a week before the 50th anniversary of the Cambridge Race Riots. The 48-foot tall mural took artist Michael Rosato nearly 400 hours and six weeks to complete. Officials with Dorchester County Tourism say the new area plotted in front of the mural will likely […]

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