• May 29, 2015

MyEasternShoreMD: Kent County News

Kent County News

Top Story

Mumford-Pautz pleads guilty to felony theft

ELKTON — Former Chestertown councilwoman Mabel Mumford-Pautz pleaded guilty to felony theft Wednesday morning, but was spared serving any prison time in a binding plea agreement with the Office of the Maryland State Prosecutor.

Friday 05/29/2015
Kent County Traffic Report
Posted: May 29, 2015

The Traffic Report is the Kent County News' weekly roundup of traffic reports from local law enforcement agencies.

Comments (0)
more »
Courthouse Calendar
Posted: May 29, 2015

The courthouse calendar will carry guilty, not guilty, NP and Stet verdicts.

Comments (0)
more »
Friday 05/29/2015
Kent County Police Blotter
Posted: May 29, 2015

The Police Blotter is the Kent County News' weekly roundup of reports from local law enforcement agencies.

Comments (0)
more »
Thursday 05/28/2015
Students get first-hand look at STEM-related jobs
Updated: May 29, 2015 - 12:04 pm

WORTON — Kent County High School conducted its annual, two-week job shadowing program last month, providing an opportunity for students in the STEM program to meet with professionals in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.

Comments (0)
more »
Reopen Upper Shore mental health center
Posted: May 28, 2015

In 2009, the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene closed the Upper Shore Community Mental Health Center in Chestertown, leaving the area with no place for those in need of institutional care. The center had 60 beds when it closed for what was billed as a cost-cutting measure in a financial crisis.

Comments (0)
more »
Central committee to consider 4 applicants for Comfort's position
Posted: May 28, 2015

CHURCH HILL — Gene Legg, of Chester Harbor, and Jack Wilson, of Price, who lost to Paul Comfort in the Republican primary for county commissioner, are among the candidates for the District 1 post that Comfort vacated May 10 to become the head of the Maryland Transit Administration.

Comments (0)
more »
Close encounters with the brightest of planets
Posted: May 28, 2015

Throughout the month of June this year, the two brightest planets, as seen from Earth, will appear to be moving steadily toward each other, until June 30, when they will be just 0.3 degrees apart from each other in the southwestern sky.

Comments (0)
more »
Wednesday 05/27/2015
Kendall, Manning are CCA's top students
Updated: May 28, 2015 - 9:31 am

CHESTERTOWN — The truly great person is not the one who has the most brains, the most bucks or the most brawn, the 2015 graduates of Chestertown Christian Academy were told Friday night.

Comments (0)
more »
Council hears alternate Internet proposal
Posted: May 27, 2015

BETTERTON — The Betterton Mayor and Council heard a proposal about alternate Internet service Tuesday night, May 26, during a workshop.

Comments (0)
more »
Mumford-Pautz pleads guilty to felony theft
Updated: May 28, 2015 - 5:49 pm

ELKTON — Former Chestertown councilwoman Mabel Mumford-Pautz pleaded guilty to felony theft Wednesday morning, but was spared serving any prison time in a binding plea agreement with the Office of the Maryland State Prosecutor.

Comments (0)
more »
Commissioners to support railroad upgrade
Updated: May 27, 2015 - 4:50 pm

CHESTERTOWN — The Kent County Commissioners agreed to contribute $100,000 in matching funds toward upgrading the railroad line between Massey and Worton.

Comments (0)
more »
Pet of the Week
Posted: May 27, 2015

Take the time to earn Toby’s trust and you’ll be rewarded with a lifetime of loyalty from the epitome of man’s best friend.

Comments (0)
more »

This Week's E-Edition

Wednesday 05/27/2015
Kent County News

Battle of Caulk's Field

The 200th anniversary of the Battle of Caulk's Field is celebrated in Kent County, Md.

Flying on the Memphis Belle

Kent County News editor Daniel Divilio takes a flight on the Liberty Foundation's Memphis Belle.

Bill Would Legalize Maryland Sale of Raw Milk

Twice a day, the owners of Chapel's Country Creamery in Easton milk their 60 cows, and the dairy-...

Reader question

Loading…

Follow Us