To the editor: Would the Mayo Clinic model be successful in Chestertown?

To the editor: “We the people...” Three important words from the Declaration of Independence. “We the people” say the pledge, stand for the flag and vote for our leaders.

To the editor: We biked into town on Saturday to enjoy DownRigging and the attendant festivities and nautical displays at the harbor, planning to grab lunch "in the tent," enjoying the bluegrass music.

To the editor: On behalf the Sultana Education Foundation, I want to thank everyone who visited Chestertown’s waterfront this past weekend to take part in Sultana’s annual Downrigging Festival. Over the course of three days over 1,000 people went sailing on the assembled fleet of Tall Ships,…

While increasing the oyster population and ensuring that “all Marylanders can enjoy the bivalves’ environmental benefits while improving the long-term outlook for the fishery,” is a goal we share, comments by Chesapeake Bay Foundation Executive Director Alison Prost tell only half of the sto…

To the editor: I am writing to encourage residents of Ward 2 in Chestertown to vote for Tom Herz for Town Council on Nov. 5.

To the editor: A heartfelt thank you to the people of Chestertown, from my wife, Susan, and I, and Kathleen, my late son's fiancée.

To the editor: OK. Let me set the scene. It's 10 p.m. My beloved, and usually gregarious, Maine coon Gabe is bunched up in a strange position, hiding behind my bureau.

As impeachment proceedings ratchet up the partisan tension in Washington, there’s still hope that progress can be made on the pressing problems of the day. It appears Republicans and Democrats are coming together on one issue that seemed intractable not long ago: climate change.

To the editor: The Kent County News headline on Oct. 17 read "Easton doctors oppose behavioral health move."

To the editor: I am a physician who practices in Chestertown. I am a member of the Shore Regional Health Medical Staff and of the Medical Executive Committee of the Medical Staff.

Our ever-vigilant Chestertown doctors tell Save the Hospital that University of Maryland Shore Regional Health’s remarkable decision to move its Behavioral Health unit to Chestertown may be in peril. So we’re writing to ask you to keep the plan on track. We need you to send email and letters…

To the editor: I would like to see someone investigate the spraying of defoliant under the local power lines and guard rails.

To the editor: October is National Farm to School Month, a time to celebrate the connections happening all over the country between children and local food and farms. As a fourth-generation dairy farmer from Chestertown, we are proud to provide my community with wholesome, nourishing milk.

Many of you have been asking some very relevant questions and sharing your frustrations with the current conditions surrounding the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. I am in full agreement that the lack of planning and preparation in advance of this project was unacceptable and has led to deplorable co…

To the editor: I would like the citizens of Chestertown and my fellow council people to ask themselves this question, "Why are the members of the Chestertown Police Department afraid of a merger of the police department with the Kent County Sheriff's Office?"

To the editor: I was born in 1942, a time when this country was losing in a world war that might well have ended democracy. My family had deep military roots, both Army and Navy.

To the editor: First, 250 words doesn’t begin to express the frustration and annoyance with current Bay Bridge\Kent Island traffic.

To the editor: In his Oct. 3 Letter to the Editor, Mark Einstein repeats several over-worn talking points to promote the Pirates and Wenches event in Rock Hall.