CHESTERTOWN — As Stevensville’s Dissen and Juhn Co. begins to close its books on another successful year, the staff of the firm — which is just four years shy of its 50th year — reflects on its inventory of projects completed as well as this year’s awards and recognition, according to a news…
EASTON — University of Maryland Shore Regional Health has appointed Gary Jones as the first director of the newly established Heart and Vascular Center.
BUTLERTOWN — Financial literacy, student debt and legal services for those facing mounting money problems were the subjects of a panel discussion hosted last week by the Chester Valley Ministers Association.
NEW CARROLLTON — The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development announced more than $2 million in fiscal year 2020 awards through the Maryland Housing Counseling Fund.
CHESTER — The Maryland Travel and Tourism Summit is Maryland’s annual tourism industry conference that brings together all sectors of the hospitality industry where business and public sector leaders convene, network and learn new strategies to advance Maryland’s tourism industry.
CHESTERTOWN — The board of directors of the Kent County Chamber of Commerce announced Wednesday that Loretta Lodge has decided to resign as executive director effective Dec. 31.
CHESTERTOWN — The Chester River Hospital Auxiliary is offering offered a $25,000 matching gift fundraising challenge to the community as in incentive to encourage far-and-wide charitable support of the Chester River Health Foundation’s recently announced capital campaign “Health Care Excelle…
ROCK HALL — Main Street Rock Hall has announced the receipt of a $40,000 grant from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Community Legacy program.
EASTON — November was National Home Care Month and for the staff of University of Maryland Shore Regional Health’s two home entities, UM Shore Home Care and UM Chester River Home Care, there has been much to celebrate, a news release states.
EASTON — Agricultural scientists are ringing the alarm as saltwater flooding along the Eastern Shore delivers an increasingly acute threat to humanity’s most vital necessities: viable farmlands and clean drinking water.
EASTON — At the Mid-Shore Community Foundation’s annual awards breakfast held at the Tidewater Inn in Easton on Nov. 22, Chestertown attorney Andrew C. Meehan was presented the Town Watch Society Award.
STEVENSVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Chamber of Commerce recognized a number of local businesses and business leaders for their contributions to the community at its Pinnacle Business Awards breakfast at the Kent Manor Inn on Thursday, Nov. 21.