Delaware’s Division of Fish & Wildlife Reminds Hunters to Remove Temporary Deer Stands from state wildlife areas

(DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife) With the 2017/18 deer hunting season over, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife reminds hunters who placed portable deer stands on state wildlife areas that all stands must be removed. Any stands that remain on wildlife areas after Thursday, February 15, 2018 will become the property of the Division […]

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Photo: Front row from left: Brielle Tyler, McKenna Duncan, Caroline Nagel, Billy Hunter, Paget Kellogg, Mekonnen Sahle-Salassi, Alex Urqhart, Jack Dukehart; Back row from left: Isabella Tylor, Sydney Johnson, Joanna Riley, Chillian Cuthbert-Emon, Tierney Smith, Ahmed Ezzaki, Nick Oxnam

Country School Winter Sports Awards

Pictured, Front row from left: Brielle Tyler, McKenna Duncan, Caroline Nagel, Billy Hunter, Paget Kellogg, Mekonnen Sahle-Salassi, Alex Urqhart, Jack Dukehart; Back row from left: Isabella Tylor, Sydney Johnson, Joanna Riley, Chillian Cuthbert-Emon, Tierney Smith, Ahmed Ezzaki, Nick Oxnam The entire Country School community came together this morning to celebrate wins, acknowledge losses, and recognize […]

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Compass Regional Hospice nurse receives Hospice Caregivers Award

Chris Clough, RN, a case manager for Compass Regional Hospice, is the most recent recipient of the Fellows, Helfenbein and Newnam Hospice Caregivers Award. Clough was nominated by a patient’s family member to recognize her commitment to compassionate and personalized end‐of‐life care. Each staff member is committed to the mission of Compass Regional Hospice, which […]

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Kent Narrows Temporarily Opening for Shellfish Harvesting

The Maryland Department of the Environment is temporarily reclassifying waters in the Kent Narrows in Queen Anne’s County from closed to open to allow oysters and clams to be harvested. The change became effective Monday, February 12, 2018. The opening will remain in effect until the end of the 2018 oyster season (March 31 or […]

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UM Shore Regional Health Announces Free Events for National Nutrition Month

University of Maryland Shore Regional Health dietitians and diabetes educators have planned a series of events for National Nutrition Month® which is observed annually in March by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. This year’s campaign, “Go Further with Food,” focuses attention on the importance of making informed food choices as well as developing sound […]

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Maryland State Police Easton Barrack Explorer Program Open House

(Maryland State Police Easton Barrack) The Maryland State Police Easton Barrack will be hosting an open house for young men and women ages 15 to 20 years of age who are interested in becoming members of the Maryland State Police Explorer program. Through involvement in the program, Explorers develop an awareness of the purpose, mission […]

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The Little Prince at the Garfield Center for the Arts.

Guest Review By Lanny Parks In 1943, Antoine de Saint Exupery published his novella entitled The Little Prince. It’s length – or lack thereof – and the age of its central character pushed it into the realm of ‘children’s literature’, although the subject matter is certainly more serious than was usually considered age-appropriate for children. […]

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For All Seasons and Talbot Mentors Collaborate on Art Therapy Support Group for Children of Incarcerated Parents

The Maryland Governor’s Office for Children has made reducing the impacts of incarceration on children, families and communities a priority area. National research indicates that children of incarcerated parents often have higher rates of mental health concerns including stress, emotional and attachment difficulties, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, anger, stigma and negative externalizing behaviors. Talbot Family […]

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The Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall is coming to the Eastern Shore of Maryland!

The purpose of The Vietnam Travelling Memorial Wall Easton Maryland, is “To honor our servicemen and women who made the ultimate sacrifice during the Vietnam War,” by bringing a 3/5ths size (approximately 300 feet long) replica of the original monument in Washington, D.C., to VFW Post 5118 in Easton. This is so that the family […]

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Turkish Doctor Studying Rural Access to Transplant Care Visits UM Shore Medical Center at Easton

(University of Maryland Shore Regional Health) Trish Rosenberry, regional director, UM Shore Regional Health Specialty Clinics, recently hosted a visit from representatives of the International Transplant Nursing Society (ITNS) at the Multispecialty Clinic in the Freeman Outpatient Center at UM Shore Medical Center at Easton. The International Transplant Nurses Society (ITNS) promotes the education and […]

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