WORTON — A public forum Wednesday, July 27 drew about 80 residents to offer comments on the ongoing update of the Kent County Comprehensive Plan.
EASTON — Barbara Marie Sellner, 41, of Centreville, pleaded guilty in Talbot County Circuit Court on Tuesday, July 12 to negligent manslaughter and two counts of driving while under the influence of alcohol with a minor in the car.
CHESTERTOWN — Junior forward Jenn Miller has qualified as a Scholar of Distinction for the third year in a row and is joined by 10 of her Washington College teammates on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III Academic Squad, which was published earlier this spring.
ROCK HALL — The hope that there are ways out from addiction’s grasp was present as people from various communities packed the Rock Hall firehouse June 1, sharing their experiences to better enhance anti-drug awareness.
CHESTERTOWN — Emergency services personnel across Kent County will be participating in a drill Thursday, June 9, to train major stakeholders in the event of an infectious disease outbreak in the community. This simulation will help strengthen emergency response protocols for all of the organ…
WORTON — With about $30 million in scholarships awarded to them, the future looks bright for the 126 Kent County High School seniors who received their diplomas Saturday, June 4.
Property transfers, taken from Kent County records, include purchase prices and types of transaction. The key to transaction type is: 1. private sale (improved property); 2. private sale (unimproved/vacant land); 3. multiple accounts/properties; and 9. not arms length/other.
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.
CHESTERTOWN — The Kent County News and its sister Mid-Shore weeklies will unveil a new look Monday, June 6 for their umbrella website, www.myeast ernshoremd.com, that will make reading local stories even easier on mobile devices.
EASTON — A University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science study found that underwater grasses in the Susquehanna Flats has a natural resiliency to rough storms and flooding.
CHESTERTOWN — The Maryland Department of the Environment and Shore Medical Center at Chestertown have signed a consent order dictating the conditions for ending remediation of an oil leak on the hospital grounds.
SUDLERSVILLE — It has taken longer and cost millions of dollars more than initially projected, but a new wastewater treatment facility in Sudlersville could go online before summer's end. The town is getting a boost from the federal government — $700,000 in grant funding and a $250,000 loan …
ROCK HALL — Taking into account changes in funding from the Kent County Commissioners, the board of education here unanimously approved a revised $27.5 million spending plan Tuesday, May 31 for the fiscal year that starts July 1.
CHESTERTOWN — Chestertown may be an old dame, but the right party can still get her skirts swirling. Such was the case during the 40th annual Tea Party Festival, which drew crowds of visitors and locals.
CHESTERTOWN — The sacrifices made in battles long ago and continuing today in the war on terrorism were saluted in Memorial Day ceremonies Monday in Chestertown.
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Agriculture’s truck-based adult mosquito control spray operation is underway and will continue throughout mosquito season.
CHESTERTOWN — Shore Regional Health has announced the appointment of Daniel Lessard, of Chestertown, to director of human resources according to Susan Coe, vice president of human resources for the five-county health care network.
CHESTERTOWN — The Kent County Commissioners, meeting Tuesday, May 31, agreed to support an effort by the Town of Chestertown and Washington College to improve Wi-Fi and cell phone coverage within the town.
The Humane Society of Kent County often has kittens or adult cats that either come in as a pair or form a close bond while they are waiting to be adopted. As hard as the shelter tries to keep them together, often they are split up.