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The annual Preston Carnival was held Monday, June 20, to Saturday, June 25, at the carnival grounds off Williamson Street. The carnival is hosted by the Preston Lions Club and the Preston Volunteer Fire Company. This is an annual fundraiser for Preston Volunteer Fire Company and Preston Lion…

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The North Bayside all stars played a victory tune in a 8-1 victory over the South in the annual Bayside Conference senior softball game at Mardela High on Monday, June 13. Colonel Richardson shortstop Jazmine Brooks earned most valuable player honors with a two-hit, three-RBI performance. Ca…

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North Caroline High School celebrated the Class of 2016 at graduation Thursday, May 26. Photos by Times-Record Editor Dustin Holt. Like the Times-Record on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CarolineTimesRecord. 

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EASTON — Dr. Clara Small will be the first speaker in a series of talks focusing on African-American life on the Eastern Shore at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 8, at the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy Center, 114 S. Washington St., Easton. Small will speak about her book, “Compass Points: Profiles …

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EASTON — Character Counts Mid-Shore awarded three A. James Clark Character Counts Citizenship Scholarships to recent high school graduates in Talbot, Caroline and Dorchester counties.

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DENTON — The ribbon was cut Tuesday, May 24, on a new urgent care center in Denton, the day before it opened to accept patients.

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EASTON — Maryland Agriculture Secretary Joe Bartenfelder shared his thoughts on issues including the state of Maryland agriculture, Chesapeake Bay cleanup efforts and the economics of the Eastern Shore’s poultry and agriculture industries during an interview with The Star Democrat.

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FEDERALSBURG — Federalsburg will host the 15th annual Delmarva Soap Box Derby Saturday, June 4, with local youth racing for a chance to qualify for the World Soap Box Derby Championships.

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DENTON — River Run Cruises, based in Denton, is offering a wide range of cruises on its boat, Ellen B, for relaxed sightseeing tours, special events and everything in between.

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GREENSBORO — A grandmother and two of her grandchildren died Wednesday, June 1, when the car in which they were traveling collided head-on with a tractor-trailer on Whiteleysburg Road east of Greensboro, Maryland State Police reported.

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RIDGELY — A warm, sunny day greeted visitors Sunday for a day of food and fellowship at the 37th annual Ridgely Strawberry Festival, hosted by the Ridgely Lions Club.

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RIDGELY — A Caroline County man has been charged with aggravated animal cruelty in connection with the mutilation and death of two goats and the maiming of a third at Adkins Arboretum in Tuckahoe State Park.

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PRESTON — During the Monday, May 23, work session, former Preston Commissioner Kathleen Barry announced the town was approved in May for funding related to two out of four James T. Wright Memorial Park projects.

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RIDGELY — North Caroline High School sent its 222 newest alumni out into the world Thursday, May 26, following its 57th annual commencement exercises.

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FEDERALSBURG — A steady rain Monday forced the annual Memorial Day ceremony at Eastern Shore Veterans Cemetery in Hurlock to move inside to the Federalsburg VFW but Patricia McCoy, 1st vice commander of the Maryland American Legion, took the sign as the fallen military veterans were watching…

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BALTIMORE — North Caroline High’s Emily Lewis may remember her first state meet with a smile after her second-place finish in the 300 intermediate hurdles.

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WESTMINSTER — William Ray “Bill” Ecker, a lifelong educator who served eight years as Caroline County Public Schools’ superintendent, died Sunday, May 15, in his hometown of Westminster. He was 78.

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PRESTON — Preston Cub Scout Pack 461 held its annual Blue and Gold Awards banquet on Sunday, April 3. Preston Boy Scout Troop 461 attended the banquet to receive Cub Scouts who crossed over into Boy Scouts.

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JONESTOWN — Comptroller Peter Franchot paid a visit to Caroline County small business owner Lisa Batson Friday, May 20, and presented her with a proclamation for her business Baskets and Desserts by Lisa.

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CHESTER — A Henderson man was robbed, beaten and left on the side of the road wearing only his socks early Monday, May 23, according to the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office.

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STEVENSVILLE — Just before the rain started falling again Monday afternoon, North Caroline High’s Katie Saathoff cleared 8 feet, 7 inches on her first attempt to win the girls’ pole vault competition on the third day of the Class 2A East Region track and field championships at Kent Island High.

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While Colonel Richardson High head coach James Jackson thought his boys’ team had a chance to win the Class 1A East Region track and field championship, he also knew his crew would spend the better part of Friday chasing Cambridge-South Dorchester.

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PRESTON — Caroline County third-graders got a hands-on lesson in local history at this year’s Student Discovery Days, hosted at the Linchester Mill campus outside Preston by the Caroline County Historical Society.

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DENTON — Emergency Medical Service providers from North America honored local paramedic David “Mike” Milliken, of Federalsburg, during a memorial ceremony Thursday, May 19, at the Caroline County Department of Emergency Services headquarters in Denton.

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WYE MILLS — Chesapeake College President Dr. Barbara A. Viniar filled in as guest speaker during the Regional Chamber Mixer, hosted by the Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s and Talbot chambers of commerce in the Caroline Center Thursday, May 19, in place of Md. Sen. Steve Hershey, who…

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DENTON — Troopers from the Maryland State Police Apprehension Team arrested a Denton man Friday, May 20, who is accused of stabbing two women early Thursday morning in Caroline County.

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ST. MICHAELS — Thursday’s Class 1A East Section I final lived up to its billing — a battle between undefeated Bayside champion St. Michaels and defending 1A East Region champion Colonel Richardson.

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PRESTON — “A Stitch in Time: Our Stories in Quilts” is the name of a quilt exhibit will continue at the Preston Historical Society on May 21.

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EASTON — The Chesapeake Bay’s waters received one of the best scores of the last few decades, according to a report card released Tuesday, May 17, by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.