MD State Police on Pedestrian Fatal Collision Near Elkton

Cecil Police

Updated at 1:10am February 19, 2018 On February 18, 2018 at approximately 6:24 PM, troopers from the North East barrack responded to the area near eastbound Pulaski Highway (US-40) prior to the intersection of Elkton Road (MD-279) in Elkton for a collision involving a vehicle and a pedestrian. Upon their arrival, troopers located a white […]

Robert Blake Whitehill’s 5th Blackshaw Thriller “Dog & Bitch Island” Available in April 2018

Entertainment

Maryland Eastern Shore native Robert Blake Whitehill 5th Ben Blackshaw Thriller “Dog and Bitch Island” is now available for pre-order on Amazon. The Kindle edition will be released April 1, 2018 Ben Blackshaw’s buddy from DEVGRU is dead. Lt. Travis Cynter was killed in full tactical gear during a black-ops gig on U.S. soil. To […]

Talbot Community Connections Honors Ruth Sullivan for Service

Health Other News

Talbot Community Connections (TCC) recently honored Ruth Sullivan of Oxford for her years of service on its Board of Trustees. Sullivan served as President of the TCC Board for five years, from 2012 to 2017, and has been a member of the Board since 2004. The Board presented Sullivan with an engraved tray and Delegate […]

Washington College is Helping The Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence Better Target Its Mission

Education Kent, MD

A collaboration among a Washington College sociology professor, the College’s GIS Lab, and the Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence (MSCFV) is helping provide resources to women in crisis and creating strategies to reach more victims in the community. Rachel Durso, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Black Studies at Washington College, teamed up with Jeanne Yeager, […]

Free Tree Seedlings Available for Talbot County

Other News Talbot

White pine seedlings are among the varieties available through the Talbot County Backyard Buffer program The Maryland Department of Natural Resources, in conjunction with the Talbot County Forestry Board, is offering free tree plantings to help improve water quality in targeted communities. County landowners who have a creek, drainage ditch, stream or other waterway on […]

Warning: Prank Calls Using MD State Police Phone Number

Police

After receiving multiple calls today from people as far away as Hawaii, Maryland State Police investigators are making this public notification that unknown suspects are apparently using a web-based service to make prank calls throughout the country that appear as if they are from the State Police Criminal Enforcement Division. Some people are reporting they […]

MassoniArt’s “SCALE – A Matter of Perspective” Nearing its End

Art Exhibitition

MassoinArt SCALE – A Matter of Perspective Now – March 10 Chestertown First Friday: March 2, 5-8 pm Why does an artist choose a particular scale when creating work? Will it be large or small, or somewhere in between? How is this related to the way we measure the importance of things, i.e., on a […]

Hands-on fun at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Family Day this spring

Entertainment Festivals

On Saturday, April 21, 2018 the public is invited to Family Day at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md. From 10am–2pm, guests can follow a special Quest Card to explore family-friendly exhibits and enjoy hands-on activities along CBMM’s 18-acre campus. Families can examine the critters living on an oyster reef, learn to […]

Public Input Sought for Maryland’s Hunting and Trapping Season Proposals

Hunting Recreation

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is accepting public comment on proposed changes to the 2018-2020 hunting and trapping seasons. The department evaluates possible changes every two years. Over the past several months, the department has presented proposed management concepts to a variety of external and internal partners and stakeholders, including farmers, hunters, trappers and […]