Certificate of need filed for new hospital in Easton

EASTON — University of Maryland Shore Regional Health (UM SRH) filed a Certificate of Need application this month for the hospital that will replace and relocate Shore Medical Center at Easton. The application was filed with the Maryland Health Care Commission on Sept. 7 and is being reviewed for completeness before being docketed for formal […]

Kelly Distributors supports local craft breweries

EASTON — America’s independent beer distributors are small businesses that deliver beer to store shelves and restaurants in communities across the country. They help brewers of all sizes and from all over the world to grow by bringing their product to retailers, who can provide consumers with unprecedented choice and variety, especially as new craft […]

Warfield is finalist for Md. Teacher of the Year

BALTIMORE – Dr. Karen Salmon, state superintendent of Schools, Aug. 31 announced the names of seven finalists for 2018-2019 Maryland Teacher of the Year. “Maryland’s teachers play a vital role in the lives of our students—educating, encouraging, and inspiring the leaders of tomorrow,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “Being chosen as a Teacher of the Year […]

Kick Up Your Heels Hospice 5K run

EASTON – Community support is always important for those in need, maybe most of all as they near the end of life. On Sept. 22, the Festival of Trees will begin a new fund-raising event for Talbot County Hospice. The Kick Up Your Heels 5 kilometer run will raise money and awareness for the group’s […]

Capt. John P. Eckardt USN to speak Sept. 11

EASTON — The Navy League Eastern Shore Council (NL ESC) proudly presents Capt. John P. Eckardt USN (Ret.) as the Navy League Keynote Speaker on Sept. 11, at the Talbot Country Club. Capt. Eckardt will speak on “The Price of Our National Defense.” He graduated from Cambridge-South Dorchester High School (1985) and the U.S. Naval […]

Four young ladies introduced to society

EASTON — On June 2, four young ladies of the Mid-Shore area donned beautiful white gowns and bright smiles as they were introduced to society during the second Pearls of the Eastern Shore Debutante Cotillion sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Kappa Theta Omega chapter. • Kalyn Marie Hopkins, a 2018 graduate of Colonel […]

Ham radio operators practice and compete

CAMBRIDGE — Members of the Easton Amateur Radio Society (EARS) sponsored Emergency Preparedness Day on Friday in Great Marsh Park. The ham radio operators – more on that “ham” later – were set up and ready to go by 2 p.m., when they began to take part in a 24-hour Field Day exercise, organized annually […]

Celebration of Temple B’nai Israel’s new building

EASTON — Rabbi Peter Hyman led the Saturday night service on June 9, at Temple B’nai Israel in Easton, which was attended by 200 people. Many were members of the Temple B’nai Israel congregation. But there were also a large number of men and women from the wider community, as well as members of the […]

Character Counts awards Clark Scholarships

EASTON – Character Counts Mid Shore (CCMS) awarded three A. James Clark Character Counts Citizenship Scholarships to recent high school graduates in Talbot, Caroline and Dorchester counties. The Clark Scholarship is based on the quality of volunteer work a graduating senior has performed throughout their middle and high school years. Over 20 scholarships were submitted […]