CENTREVILLE — Wye River Upper School will hold its fall admissions open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, on the school's campus at 316 S. Commerce St., Centreville.

GRASONVILLE — The auditorium at Grasonville Elementary School erupted into a crescendo of applause for the official ribbon cutting of the new $4 million wing for fifth graders Friday, Oct. 12.

EASTON — Saints Peter and Paul High School recently announced that Michael McCoy is the school’s new campus ministry intern. A graduate student who is studying spiritual and pastoral care at Loyola University in Baltimore, McCoy will be working with Campus Ministry and the Theology Departmen…

CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne’s County High School junior Jenna Hauser took first place in First Lady of Maryland Yumi Hogan’s 4th annual statewide exhibition at the prestigious House of Delegates gallery. The exhibit is for “the best of the best” artists from all 23 counties in Maryland and Balt…

STEVENSVILLE — Rhonda Moore, first grade teacher and current Teacher of the Year for Queen Anne’s County, received a brand new 2018 Ford Explorer XLT Premium donated by Hertrich Ford of Easton on Wednesday, Oct. 3. Presenting her with the keys was Greg Starky, general manager of Hertich Grou…

STEVENSVILLE — The Kent Island Elks Lodge 2576 announces two different scholarship programs open to local high school graduates and this school year’s graduating seniors.

STEVENSVILLE — Laughter is said to be “good medicine.” Prepare for a heaping spoonful of “good medicine” at the Kent Island High School drama department’s production of Neil Simon’s “Fools,” which opens at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, in the school’s auditorium. The show runs for six performance…

CENTREVILLE — On Friday, Sept. 28, the Queen Anne’s County School District will “go purple” in support of the Queen Anne’s County Goes Purple campaign to build awareness of the critical opioid epidemic facing the community. “Purple Friday” at the schools will support the prevention effort le…

CENTREVILLE — Early each September, the Corsica River comes alive with a flotilla of boats carrying new students to the Gunston School for its annual Embarkation Ceremony.

CENTREVILLE — With the start of the new school year, parents and students may have noticed an increased police presence. Queen Anne’s County Sheriff Gery Hofmann said he has assigned additional deputies to serve as school resource officers with the goal of having a law enforcement officer wi…