INCIDENT: MDOP DATE / TIME: April 1st, 2017 @ Unknown LOCATION: Old Love Point Park & RT 8 Pier VICTIM: QA County DETAILS: It was reported that unknown person(s) had spray painted purple offensive […]
Archive for November, 2015
Easton police say four businesses failed an alcohol compliance check conducted the night before Thanksgiving. Police said Wednesday’s operation targeted retails establishments that hold a Talbot County Liquor License and participate in the sale of alcoholic beverages to the public. Police said that by using an adult informant (under the age 21), officers monitored to see if businesses would either […]
“BEARS THAT CARE” TOY DRIVE Trappe Police Departments are joining forces with several Tri-County Law Enforcement Agencies, His Hope Haven and Preston Frogz in the “Bears that Care” Toy Drive. “Bears That Care”, serves families struggling with the economical downfall and hardships of today’s society, helping parents relieve some stress during the holiday season. We […]
Don’t miss Earl Lewin’s whodunnit ACCIDENTALLY WEALTHY. The show opens at Church Hill Theatre on Thursday December 3, 2015 and runs thru December 13 with performances at 8pm Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and a 2pm matinee on Sundays.
Pancake Fundraiser for tomorrow 11/28/2015. All proceeds are going to our Shop With a Cop outreach program.
Pancake Fundraiser for tomorrow 11/28/2015. All proceeds are going to our Shop With a Cop outreach program where we matchup less fortunate youth in the community with Law Enforcement Officers and provide them funds to have a better and brighter Christmas and break down some of the barriers between Law Enforcement and the Community. So […]
Nov 25, 2015 The Talbot County Council has announced that the Talbot Boys monument will remain on the county courthouse lawn despite protest and debate. The council made the announcement Tuesday night during a packed meeting. The monument is the only Civil War memorial on the grounds. It lists the names of Confederate war dead […]
Change for Life!! Please view this 5 minute video where experts and people with prediabetes talk about how type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed by making lifestyle changes that include weight loss and increased physical activity. People with prediabetes discuss how group lifestyle change classes like those offered by the Caroline County Health […]
(Photo: Roberto Borea, Associated Press) The remains of a salty ocean ancient enough for dinosaurs to have drowned in it have been found deep in the sediment under the Chesapeake Bay. The seawater — believed to be 100 to 150 million years old — was isolated, trapped a half-mile underground, and preserved with the […]
From 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, December 3, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s store, as shown here, will be hosting an event that celebrates the Chesapeake’s holiday traditions. During the event, CBMM volunteers and staff will host a free children’s activity in the Bay History building, while adults shop and enjoy complimentary wine and light refreshments, […]
The Gala committee members picture are (left to right), seated, Teresa Baumann, vice chair, Compass Regional Hospice board; Cathy Adelman; Kathy Ciambruschini, Compass Regional Hospice board member; and Paula Warner; standing, Kim Kratovil; Marty Wash, development assistant, Compass Regional Hospice; Heather Guerieri, executive director, Compass Regional Hospice; Kathy Deoudes, chair, Compass Regional Hospice board; Janice […]
The Cambridge Ballet Company (CBC), under the artistic direction of Mrs. Jessica Hindman-Wheatley, is pleased to announce this year’s 2015 Program, The Nutcracker. We have over 30 talented young dancers that are sure to delight all ages in this family friendly holiday classic. The performances will be held at the Cambridge-South Dorchester High School in […]