Liberty Street / Commerce Street Infrastructure Project in Centreville Begins

In a Facebook post Queen Anne’s County Sheriff announced that based on the weather forecast, Centreville plans to proceed with the painting of lines on Commerce and West Water streets starting Tuesday morning February 20th to begin the water and sewer construction project. Late Tuesday night two way traffic on Commerce and West Water Streets […]

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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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Run proceeds to benefit Compass Regional Hospice

(Compass Regional Hospice) The proceeds of the National Honors Society Queen Anne’s County High School Chapter’s Saint Patrick’s Day 5K Color Run will benefit Compass Regional Hospice. The 5K Color Run will be held on Saturday, March 17, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Queen Anne’s County High School, 125 Ruthsburg Road in […]

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Gunston Players “Cinderella Waltz” at Church Hill Theatre

The Gunston Players proudly present Cinderella Waltz, a fractured fairy tale for discerning adults and precocious children, brought to the stage of Church Hill Theatre Friday and Saturday, 16 and 17 February at 8 p.m., and Sunday, 18 February 2018 at 2 p.m. Subversive, funny, and timely, this reimagining of the classic Cinderella tale tells […]

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Free Tree Seedlings Available for Eastern Shore Landowners

(MD DNR) The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is offering free tree plantings to help improve water quality in targeted Easter Shore communities. Kent and Queen Anne’s County landowners who have a creek, drainage ditch, stream or other waterway on or near their property are eligible for free tree seedlings through the department’s Backyard Buffer […]

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Final Weekend for Neil Simon’s Biloxi Blues at Church Hill Theatre

(Church Hill Theatre) Nothing chases away the winter doldrums like the heat and hilarity of Biloxi Blues, one of Neil Simon’s funniest comedies. Based on Simon’s own memories of boot camp in Mississippi during World War II, the play finds humor in the coming of age experiences of young draftees way outside their comfort zones. […]

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Maryland Department of Health Launches Opioid Awareness Campaigns

Baltimore, MD (January 26, 2018) Public Education to Combat Statewide Opioid Epidemic The Maryland Department of Health today announced two multi-media advertising campaigns to help raise awareness and combat the state’s opioid epidemic. In an effort to reduce the rate of overdose deaths among Marylanders through increased public education, the Department’s Behavioral Health Administration’s first […]

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Work to be Done to Chester River Bridge on February 19, 2018

The State Highway Administration’s Office of Structures, as a part of the State’s Bridge Preservation Program, will have a contractor performing routine maintenance operations on The Chestertown Drawbridge, MD 213 over Chester River, on Monday, February 19, 2018. Work will be done from 9am -3pm and may consist of test openings of the bridge that […]

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