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Crime Report

Paul Owen received 25 years in Human Trafficking sentencing. Caroline County, MD.

Paul Owen received 25 years in Human Trafficking sentencing. Caroline County, MD.

    Paul Owen   In December of 2016, the Defendants Darlene Louise Allen and Paul Owen, trafficked a minor female victim from the Best Western Hotel in Denton, Caroline County, Maryland located at 521 Fleetwood Dr. to a residence in Greenwood, Delaware for the purposes of having the minor female engage in prostitution.   […]

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Suspicious vehicle observed across from the Queen Anne’s County High School leads to seizure of numerous weapons.

Suspicious vehicle observed across from the Queen Anne’s County High School leads to seizure of numerous weapons.

Suspicious Vehicle DATE 9/6/2017   LOCATION: Board of Education Warehouse on Ruthsburg Road   On 9/6/2017 DFC Ahearn was informed by a teacher’s aide, who responded to the Sheriff’s Office, of a suspicious vehicle observed across from the QACHS at the beginning of the school day. The vehicle was described as a green Dodge pickup truck […]

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SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT The week of September 9th through September 16th 2017  In a Predetermined location within Caroline County

SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT The week of September 9th through September 16th 2017 In a Predetermined location within Caroline County

“Checkpoint Strikeforce” When: The week of September 9th through September 16th 2017 Where: Predetermined location within Caroline County   Law enforcement agencies and Maryland State Highway Administration from throughout Caroline County will join forces to conduct a sobriety checkpoint.  The operation will be conducted with the five States and the District of Columbia campaign, “Checkpoint […]

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Restaurant employee facing drug charges after alleged drug use in Easton.

Restaurant employee facing drug charges after alleged drug use in Easton.

EASTON, Md. – A woman is facing drug charges after police say she was found with drugs and paraphernalia at a restaurant, in Talbot County. The Easton Police Department says on Friday, they responded to the McDonalds on Ocean Gateway for a complaint of an employee possibly using drugs in the bathroom of the restaurant, […]

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Friday August 25 a jury returned a verdict in the case of State vs. Russell Hall Jr. Mr. Hall was found guilty of two counts of Second Degree Rape and more.

Friday August 25 a jury returned a verdict in the case of State vs. Russell Hall Jr. Mr. Hall was found guilty of two counts of Second Degree Rape and more.

On Friday August 25 a jury returned a verdict in the case of State v. Russell Hall Jr. Mr. Hall was found guilty of two counts of Second Degree Rape, one count of Third Degree Sex Offense, two counts of Sexual Abuse of a Vulnerable Adult by a Household Member, and two counts of Second […]

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Local Events

9th Annual Alpaca Festival & Open House at Outstanding Dreams Farm

9th Annual Alpaca Festival & Open House at Outstanding Dreams Farm

  Now in it’s 9th year, Outstanding Dreams Farm’s Alpaca Festival on Saturday, September 16th and Sunday, September 17th in Preston, Maryland promises fun for the whole family. Tour the farm, meet and learn about their growing herd of alpacas, watch fiber arts demonstrations and enjoy live music while checking out the many craft and […]

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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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Check out our fall Healthy Parks Healthy People Program schedule.  September 2017.

Check out our fall Healthy Parks Healthy People Program schedule. September 2017.

  September 2017 Check out our fall Healthy Parks Healthy People Program schedule.  September is a great time to get back into a routine, exercise, and get outdoors.  All programs are guided except where indicated.  For more information call the Tuckahoe State Park Office at 410-820-1668.   BIKE RIDES AND WORKSHOP (Bring bike, helmet, water […]

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Integrace Bayleigh Chase to Hold “Making Connections” Memory Café on September 13

Integrace Bayleigh Chase to Hold “Making Connections” Memory Café on September 13

Early-stage social engagement program enhances lives of individuals living with memory loss and their care partners Easton, Md. (August 30, 2017) – Integrace Bayleigh Chase, a forward-thinking life plan community based in Easton, is partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Maryland Chapter to host a Memory Café for individuals living with early-stage dementia and their […]

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Health

Pain Awareness Month highlights importance of educated pain management.

Pain Awareness Month highlights importance of educated pain management.

Talk with your doctor and find out what’s right for you   September is Pain Awareness Month, a national observance created to increase awareness about the effects of pain and on advanced treatment options. Chronic pain affects nearly 100 million Americans – more than those who have diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. And while […]

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Emergency Services Urges Residents to Register for CarolineConnect

Emergency Services Urges Residents to Register for CarolineConnect

September 2017 Recent natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey have shown how important it is for residents to have access to timely emergency information, directly from a credible source.  While we all hope a disaster of this scale will never strike our community, the reality is that it could – and information could be the difference […]

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UM Memorial Hospital Foundation to Host Seminar on Planning for Elder Care Tips and Traps Seminar coming to Denton.

UM Memorial Hospital Foundation to Host Seminar on Planning for Elder Care Tips and Traps Seminar coming to Denton.

  University of Maryland Memorial Hospital Foundation will host a free seminar, “Elder Care …Planning Tips and Traps: How to Meet Taxes, Family Goals and Long-Term Care Costs” on Thursday, September 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Caroline County Public Library, 100 Market Street in Denton, Maryland. Guest speakers for the seminar are […]

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Free Prostate Cancer Screenings Scheduled in Kent and Talbot Counties

Free Prostate Cancer Screenings Scheduled in Kent and Talbot Counties

  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer among men in the United States aside from non-melanoma skin cancer. CDC statistics also show that it is one of the leading causes of cancer-related death among men of all races and Hispanic origin populations. […]

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Mid Shore Mediation Sponsors Volunteer Mediator Informational Seminar.

Mid Shore Mediation Sponsors Volunteer Mediator Informational Seminar.

(EASTON AUGUST 15, 2017) CONTACT: CYNTHIA JURRIUS, 410-820-5553   Imagine a young couple, with a young child, who have decided to part ways.  There are some issues which need to be addressed, and, for the benefit of their child, they have decided they would like to try to resolve things as peacefully and amicably as […]

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Art & Entertainment

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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St. Michaels- 37th Annual Firemen’s Auction. Sunday, October 15th, 2017 starting at 1:00pm at Awful Arthur’s.

St. Michaels- 37th Annual Firemen’s Auction. Sunday, October 15th, 2017 starting at 1:00pm at Awful Arthur’s.

Awful Arthur’s St. Michaels and the committee for the 37th Annual Firemen’s Auction are pleased to announce this year’s auction will be held on Sunday, October 15th, 2017 starting at 1:00pm at Awful Arthur’s.   The committee is currently seeking donations for this year’s auction including donations of trips, services, art or other creative and […]

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Estate Treasures Fashion Show scheduled for October 16

Estate Treasures Fashion Show scheduled for October 16

Estate Treasures volunteers and Compass Regional Hospice staff plan for the 26th annual Estate Treasures fashion show scheduled for October 16 at Prospect Bay Country Club. Picture are (left to right) Kenda Leager, development officer, Compass Regional Hospice; Estate Treasures volunteers Betty Thomas, Kay Dermody, Marie Murphy and Debbie Dean.     Monday, October 16 […]

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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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Caroline County and the Mid Shore Articles & Updates

UPDATE on Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office mourns passing of K-9 Blek.

UPDATE on Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office mourns passing of K-9 Blek.

| September 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s K-9 Blek, a black Malanois/German Shepherd mix passed away on September 8.  Blek was 4 years old and had a distinguished 3 year career with the Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff.   K-9 Blek was playing ball when he suddenly collapsed from a seizure. K-9 Blek was transported […]

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Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office mourns passing of K-9 Blek

Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office mourns passing of K-9 Blek

| September 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s K-9 Blek, a black Malanois/German Shepherd mix passed away on September 8.  Blek was 4 years old and had a distinguished 3 year career with the Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff.   K-9 Blek was playing ball when he suddenly collapsed from a seizure. K-9 Blek was transported […]

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Caroline County Public Library Board Welcomes New Member

Caroline County Public Library Board Welcomes New Member

| August 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Board of Library Trustees for Caroline County welcomes Tomas Davila to the board!   Mr. Davila and his family moved to Federalsburg from Illinois in 2004.  He has a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from Salisbury University and has worked for Maryland Plastics as a Credit Analyst since 2005.   He is a Caroline County […]

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