Crime Report

David Bowman allegedly pointed a handgun at a man outside the Choptank River Yacht Club, in Caroline County Md.

David Bowman allegedly pointed a handgun at a man outside the Choptank River Yacht Club, in Caroline County Md.

David Bowman   On October 7, 2017, Deputies responded to 10287 River Landing Road, Denton, Md for an Assault involving a firearm. Deputies arrived on scene to learn that David Bowman had pointed a handgun at Michael Winstead while outside the Choptank River Yacht Club. The incident stemmed from an argument between Bowman and Winstead […]

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Talbot County Md- LOCAL DRUG TAKE BACK EVENT A SUCCESS

Talbot County Md- LOCAL DRUG TAKE BACK EVENT A SUCCESS

  On October 28, 2017, the Miles River Sail & Power Squadron along with the Easton Lions Club were assisted by the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office and the St Michaels Police Department collecting unwanted prescription drugs in Talbot County to support the DEA Drug Take Back day. Collection sites were established at Harris Teeter and […]

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Nov 5th, 2017-  Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrest the people…

Nov 5th, 2017- Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrest the people…

  Warrant Service:   On October 18, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office stopped a motor vehicle in the area of Matthewstown Road and Beans Road, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland for a moving violation. Deputies made contact with the driver who identified himself as John Lee Dawson of Cambridge, MD; however Dawson did […]

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Man flown to University of Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore after stabbing.

Man flown to University of Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore after stabbing.

  On Saturday, November 4, 2017 at around 4:46p.m. Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Deputies and allied law enforcement agencies pounded to the area of 7-11 at 283 Dominion Road for the report of a stabbing that had just occurred. Upon their arrival, Deputies identified a single stabbing victim Joseph Lanfranchi, Jr. (31 year old, white […]

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Denton Police charged Taylor Brickhouse, 25 of Camden-Wyoming DE – Denton Police charged Tevron Brown, 23 of Greensboro – Denton Police charged Corinna Goloski, 32 of Queen Anne MD – Denton Police arrested Christopher Kellenbenz, 21 of Denton.

Denton Police charged Taylor Brickhouse, 25 of Camden-Wyoming DE – Denton Police charged Tevron Brown, 23 of Greensboro – Denton Police charged Corinna Goloski, 32 of Queen Anne MD – Denton Police arrested Christopher Kellenbenz, 21 of Denton.

  Date: 10/27/2017  Miscellaneous Location : 600 block N 6TH ST Denton Police charged Taylor Brickhouse, 25 of Camden-Wyoming DE, with driving on a suspended license. Police responded the Burger King for a reported disturbance. On arrival several vehicles attempted to leave, and they were stopped for investigative purposes. Brickhouse was operating one of those […]

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Local Events

Denton Md-  Local Optimist Club to Sponsor Essay Contest for Students

Denton Md- Local Optimist Club to Sponsor Essay Contest for Students

  CAROLINE OPTIMIST CLUB CONTACT Joe Riley – Vice President 410-935-7052   Local Optimist Club to Sponsor Essay Contest for Students Denton, MD – The Optimist Club of Caroline is encouraging area students to contemplate the phrase “Can Society Function Without Respect?” as part of the Optimist International Essay Contest for the 2017-2018 school year. […]

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Hope for the opioid crisis at Chesapeake Charities luncheon

Hope for the opioid crisis at Chesapeake Charities luncheon

STEVENSVILLE, MD – Chesapeake Charities will pay tribute to those on the front lines of the opioid crisis and the hope they bring to addicts and families during its “Celebration of Charity” awards luncheon on Thursday, November 16 at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club in Stevensville. “The opioid crisis has impacted the lives of so […]

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Mid Shore Mediation Center celebrates Partners in Peace

Mid Shore Mediation Center celebrates Partners in Peace

October 25, 2017 – Supporters of the Mid Shore Community Mediation Center (MSCMC) came out to recognize key community members who help the organization carry out their mission. Awards were presented to the Honorable Jo Ann D. Asparagus with the Caroline County Domestic and Juvenile Court, Dr. James Bell with Dorchester County Public Schools, and […]

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Maryland Capital Enterprises Announces 3 Finalists for the 2017 MCE Palmer Gillis Entrepreneur of the Year Award

Maryland Capital Enterprises Announces 3 Finalists for the 2017 MCE Palmer Gillis Entrepreneur of the Year Award

Winner to be Announced at the MCE Banquet on November 2, 2017 at Salisbury University MCE officials announce the three finalists for the 2017 MCE Palmer Gillis Entrepreneur of the Year Award.     Kelly Jackson Emily’s Produce 2214 Church Creek Road Cambridge, MD 21613 www.emilysproduce.com Emily’s Produce (named for owners Paul and Kelly Jackson’s […]

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Patti’s Petals Florist Encourages Busy Commuters to ‘Petal It Forward”

Patti’s Petals Florist Encourages Busy Commuters to ‘Petal It Forward”

Thousands of Petals Set to Brighten Denton on Wed. Oct. 11th New Data Shows Emotional Benefits of Flowers; Patti’s Petals Florist Encourages Busy Commuters to ‘Petal It Forward’   Denton, MD. 10/10/17 — Patti’s Petals Florist will be hitting the streets of Denton on October, 11th , handing out hundreds of flowers to busy commuters to help brighten up their week, as part […]

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Health

Hospice services to expand in Kent County

Hospice services to expand in Kent County

  By early 2018 residents of Kent County will have a residential hospice center close to home. As part of an agreement between Compass Regional Hospice and University of Maryland Shore Regional Health, Compass began leasing a unit on the third floor at the University of Maryland Medical Center at Chestertown located at 100 Brown […]

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Healthy Parks Healthy people

Healthy Parks Healthy people

November 2017 According to Gregory Bratman, a graduate student at the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources at Stanford University, a quiet walk in the woods can help you solve problems and it may boost creativity. In a study conducted by Bratman, people who spent even a brief portion of their day walking through […]

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Susan Andrew-niece of Anna Henry Lord gives $5000 to Samaritan House that her aunt willed to them.

Susan Andrew-niece of Anna Henry Lord gives $5000 to Samaritan House that her aunt willed to them.

Susan Andrew aunt Anna Henry Lord, prior Caroline County native who passed away at Manor House in Seaford De on 11/7/16, bequeathed $5000 to Samaritan House in her will. She took the check to them last month. Right to left: Merry Lee Beaven – secretary Ron Papineau – volunteer Claire Fisher- manager Susan Andrew-niece of […]

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The Healthy Parks, Healthy People program have many wonderful opportunities for you to get outdoors and get in shape.

The Healthy Parks, Healthy People program have many wonderful opportunities for you to get outdoors and get in shape.

  Our popular walks are continuing and its 5k season so we have two sessions of Couch to 5k scheduled as well as Boot Camp 101! Also, mark your calendars for Martinak Fall Fest and Parent Child Paint Afternoon!  More activities will be added each week, so be sure to check our website for more […]

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Terry Detrich, M.D. joins Samuel and Alexia Bratton Neurocognitive Clinic at Integrace Bayleigh Chase

Terry Detrich, M.D. joins Samuel and Alexia Bratton Neurocognitive Clinic at Integrace Bayleigh Chase

  Easton, Md. (October 2, 2017) – Integrace Bayleigh Chase, a forward-thinking life plan community based in Easton, announces that Terry Detrich, M.D. is joining the Samuel and Alexia Bratton Neurocognitive Clinic on October 2. A neurologist who has practiced in the local community for over 40 years, Dr. Detrich will be joining medical director […]

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Art & Entertainment

Evening STEM Club at the Greensboro Library

Evening STEM Club at the Greensboro Library

  Kids ages 8-18 are invited to join us for a learning and experimentation program on a variety of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math topics at the Caroline County Public Library North County Greensboro Branch.   Presented in partnership with Dr. Melissa Leiden-Welsh, MD Cooperative Extension’s 4-H educator, the sessions feature hands-on activities focusing on […]

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Multi-Cultural Festival in Greensboro a huge success!

Multi-Cultural Festival in Greensboro a huge success!

  Greensboro’s inaugural Multicultural Festival was a special day of celebration for our community!  Almost 200 attendees experienced a day of lively entertainment and delicious food as they celebrated our cultural diversity.  The weather was warm and sunny, and people gathered to watch a variety of shows, eat, shop and learn.  Best of all, admission […]

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Potomac Waterfowling joins Festival exhibits

Potomac Waterfowling joins Festival exhibits

(ST MICHAELS, MD – September 13, 2017)     Potomac Waterfowling: Gunning the Nation’s River is generously sponsored by Judy and Henry Stansbury, and the world’s leading decoy auction firm, Guyette & Deeter.       The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s newest waterfowling exhibition will travel to the 47th annual Waterfowl Festival in Easton, Md. […]

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Continuum Dance Hosts Master Class and Open Auditions, October 21

Continuum Dance Hosts Master Class and Open Auditions, October 21

Continuum Dance Student Apprentices, spring 2017. Pictured from left: Julia Eismeier, Katherine Kilbourn, Rachel Andrew.   On Saturday, October 21, Continuum Dance will offer a public master class at To the Pointe Dance Studio in Ridgely. Beginning at 9am, Artistic Director Chloe Tong will lead participants through warm-up, continue with modern movements, and teach pieces […]

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Visit the Multi-Cultural Festival in Greensboro!

Visit the Multi-Cultural Festival in Greensboro!

  Celebrate the rich diversity of our area, learn about cultural differences, and share in unity at the Multi-Cultural Festival on Saturday, September 16, from 10am-2pm.  The festival will be held at the Greensboro Community Center (in front of the North County Branch Library, MRDC & Head Start building).  Admission is free.   Enjoy West […]

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Caroline County and the Mid Shore Articles & Updates

First District candidate pool growing, says the front page of The Star Democrat today.

First District candidate pool growing, says the front page of The Star Democrat today.

| November 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

According to the front page of The Star Democrat 11/2/2017 written by Josh Bollinger the First District candidate pool growing.

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Christopher John Baier, charged with Possessing Child Pornography and other related offenses.

Christopher John Baier, charged with Possessing Child Pornography and other related offenses.

| November 2, 2017 | 6 Comments

In August 2017, the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) in reference to on-line cyber-tips about a Caroline County resident being in possession of child pornography. Sheriff’s Office Detectives began the investigation.   After a four month investigation, Detectives learned that Christopher John Baier, was receiving and sending […]

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Tilghman Area Youth Association receives grant from Bryan Brothers Foundation

Tilghman Area Youth Association receives grant from Bryan Brothers Foundation

| October 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

Tilghman, Md. – The Bryan Brothers Foundation is proud to announce the Tilghman Area Youth Association (TAYA) as a 2017 grant recipient. TAYA will receive $5000.00 to support their Tilghman Afterschool Kids (TASK) Program.   “At an important time in our program, the Bryan Brothers Foundation stepped in with critical funding to help the Tilghman […]

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Caroline County Md- Drunk Driver Hits Maryland State Police Car

Caroline County Md- Drunk Driver Hits Maryland State Police Car

| October 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Oct 29, 2017 CAROLINE COUNTY, Md. – Maryland State Police is asking drivers to be safe after a drunk driver hit a state trooper’s vehicle this weekend.   Police say Trooper Shane Hansley was conducting a drunk driving investigation at Route 3:13 and Bridgetown Road shortly before 2 a.m. on Saturday. Police say Hansley was out […]

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