ANNAPOLIS — The start of the final quarter of 2019 reveals a steady real estate market throughout the state, according to housing statistics released by Maryland Realtors.

BALTIMORE — U.S. District Judge Ellen L. Hollander Friday, Nov. 8, sentenced John O’Day, 48, of Chester and Stevensville, Md., and Sarasota, Fla., to 104 months in federal prison, followed by five years of supervised release, for federal charges of bank fraud and aggravated identity theft, i…

EASTON — University of Maryland Shore Regional Health joined the Living Legacy Foundation in dedicating a rose for the 2020 Donate Life Rose Parade Float to honor the patients and their families who have given the gifts of life and hope as organ, eye or tissue donors.

CHESTERTOWN — Kent County Economic Development Director Jamie Williams has earned the designation of Certified Economic Developer, a national recognition that denotes a mastery of skills in economic development, professional attainment and a commitment to personal and professional growth, ac…

EASTON — University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Easton has passed another milestone in its transition to a Community Academic Medical Center, said Dr. William Huffner, senior vice president of Medical Affairs and chief medical officer at UM Shore Regional Health, in a news release.

CENTREVILLE — More than 40 professionals applied to become Queen Anne’s County’s Economic and Tourism Development director; seven of those were granted interviews, before Heather Tinelli, of Centreville, was selected as the best candidate.

EASTON — Featured speakers M&T Bank Economist and Vice President Gary Keith, and Sage Policy Group, Inc. Chairman and CEO Anirban Basu drew more than 120 businesses and 180 guests to the 2019 Economic Symposium.

The following building permit zoning certificates, sediment control permits and use permits were issued by the Kent County Planning Commission in September 2019.

STEVENSVILLE — Small business owners looking to start or expand their operation got a leg up with a small business roundtable Tuesday, Oct. 22, at RTI Forensic Engineering to discuss non-traditional funding sources.

QUEENSTOWN — Three leaders in Maryland’s environmental and agricultural communities have been tapped for membership on the University of Maryland Harry R. Hughes Center for Agro-Ecology’s board of directors.

CHESTERTOWN — The Kent County Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals are once again offering an opportunity to sample some tasty brews at a festival this Saturday.

EASTON — After an 11-year run with The Star Democrat, Dorchester Star and the Times-Record newspapers, editor, writer and photographer Dustin Holt is beginning a new chapter away from APG Chesapeake.

EASTON — Riding on the coattails of an almost unprecedented economic upturn in the state, at least a hundred representatives of the 464-member Maryland Economic Development Association were ready to celebrate Economic Development Week Oct. 20 to 26 during the organization’s annual fall conference.