Archive for May, 2017

Chesapeake Charities calls for nominations for Philanthropist, Nonprofit, Volunteer of the Year.

Chesapeake Charities calls for nominations for Philanthropist, Nonprofit, Volunteer of the Year.

| May 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

Photo: At the 2016 Celebration of Charity awards luncheon, Kim Umberger, Program Director of Partnering for Youth, winner of the 2016 Nonprofit of the Year Award with Governor Larry Hogan and Linda Kohler, Chesapeake Charities Executive Director. – STEVENSVILLE, MD – Chesapeake Charities is calling for nominations for Philanthropist, Nonprofit and Volunteer of the Year […]

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Senior Prank Gone Wrong!

Senior Prank Gone Wrong!

| May 27, 2017 | 2 Comments

INCIDENT:       Burglary / Theft / MDOP (Senior Prank Gone Wrong) DATE / TIME:    05/26/2017 @ 0130 Hours LOCATION:       Queen Anne’s County High School ARREST: Garrett Logan Deese (18) of Centreville, MD     Robert David Chanaud (19) of Centreville, MD     Wyatt Patrick Pinder (18) of Centreville MD   […]

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Maryland State Police and several other law enforcement agencies arrested 18 people in four Maryland counties and one Delaware county.

Maryland State Police and several other law enforcement agencies arrested 18 people in four Maryland counties and one Delaware county.

| May 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

5/27/2017 Update: MSP Heroin Investigative Unit Arrests Seven More In Connection With Large Scale Distributors of Illegal Opioids  (Pikesville, MD) – A combined law enforcement effort led to the additional arrests of seven more residents believed to have been heavily involved in a large scale distribution of opioids in the region.   The following seven individuals were indicted today:  Troy Leonis Sommerville, 28, Worton, MD Roshana Sharnett Wright, 38, Middletown, […]

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Talbot County Sheriff’s Office make arrests and serve warrants on the following people… (5/22/2017)

Talbot County Sheriff’s Office make arrests and serve warrants on the following people… (5/22/2017)

| May 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Warrant Service / False Name: On May 1, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 9000 block of Tall Oaks Road, Easton, MD in an attempt to serve an interim peace order and an active arrest warrant on Irma Ayala-Albarado. Deputies made contact with a female at the residence who […]

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QUEENSTOWN – Queenstown Bank of Maryland is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin B. Cashen as President and Chief Executive Officer.

QUEENSTOWN – Queenstown Bank of Maryland is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin B. Cashen as President and Chief Executive Officer.

| May 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

Kevin joins the bank with over 30 years of banking experience. He began his career with Loyola Federal Savings & Loan in 1984 before moving to Signet Bank in 1985. As a Senior Vice President at Signet, he led several initiatives within the real estate lending division in the Baltimore and Washington metropolitan areas. During […]

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Ridgely 3rd Grader Ethan Frey and Freeman Family Named Honorary Race Marshalls for the Ridgely Lions Club’s 7th Annual Strawberry Chase 5K Fun Run & Walk.

Ridgely 3rd Grader Ethan Frey and Freeman Family Named Honorary Race Marshalls for the Ridgely Lions Club’s 7th Annual Strawberry Chase 5K Fun Run & Walk.

| May 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Pictured L to R: The Ridgely Lions Mascot “Rion” the Lion, Ryan Freeman, Ethan Frey, Marie and Dan Freeman and standing in the back Lion Dave Davis Proceeds from the race benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities and the Caroline County Super Summer Day Camp.   (Ridgely, MD May 2017) The Frey and Freeman […]

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The Ridgely Lions and Ridgely Elementary School PTA Recognize and Thank Sponsors of the “Fuel Up to Play 60” program.

The Ridgely Lions and Ridgely Elementary School PTA Recognize and Thank Sponsors of the “Fuel Up to Play 60” program.

| May 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

L to R – Front, FUTP60 Advisor Mary Pauley, Kyra Elliott, RES Cafeteria Manager Shawna Gustafson, Aidan Knotts, Austin Kratz, Dallas Helsel, Connor Rholetter, Jack Meyers, Roger Latham, Riley Walstrum, Julia Meyers, Will Davis, Natalie Anderson, Nicholas Rust, Alyssa Jastram, RES Principal Roger Banko, Shelby MacFarland, Ridgely Lions Club Mascot “Rion” the Lion and FUTP60 […]

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Lecompte Monument Opens in Easton.

Lecompte Monument Opens in Easton.

| May 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Le Compte Monument, located on Route 13 in Laurel, Delaware, begun in Cambridge, MD in 1898 by Granville Spedden LeCompte (Captain Pete). Currently, the LeCompte family is now owned by fifth generation family members Tony and Jennifer LeCompte. They are excited to move into their new location on 350 North Aurora Street. This family […]

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David W. Reager, Esquire, and John L. Seidel, Ph.D., recently joined the Board of Governors of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md.

David W. Reager, Esquire, and John L. Seidel, Ph.D., recently joined the Board of Governors of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md.

| May 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Reager is a founding and managing partner of the law firm Reager & Adler, PC, in Camp Hill, Pa., supervising the real estate, business law, and estate planning practice areas. He formed the firm in 1979 after serving as an assistant attorney general with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for five years. His education includes a […]

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Caroline County Public Library seeks Summer Meal Assistant Volunteers 

Caroline County Public Library seeks Summer Meal Assistant Volunteers 

| May 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

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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