CENTREVILLE — On Thursday, Oct. 3, community leaders gathered together with students, parents, and faculty members to celebrate the unveiling of a progressive new learning space, the Middendorf MakerSpace at Wye River. This facility is an innovative addition to Wye River Upper School’s acade…

WYE MILLS — The 3rd annual Mid-Shore STEM Festival will be held on Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center, on the Chesapeake College campus in Wye Mills.

CENTREVILLE — It seems like just yesterday when Jenna Hauser was named first place artist for the entire State of Maryland at First Lady Yumi Hogan’s 4th annual statewide art exhibition at the House of Delegates in Annapolis.

CHESTER — Queen Anne’s County Sheriff Gary Hofmann met with members of the Kent Island High School Sailing team briefly Monday afternoon, Sept. 23, at the Kent Island Yacht Club, where the team practices, to talk about opioid abuse. With September being QAC Goes Purple month to raise awarene…

KENT ISLAND — Junior Jayden Mullinix has already amassed a ton of accolades throughout her career while at Kent Island High School. Last year alone, she earned first place in the category of 2-D at ArtScene in 2019, first place in 2-D at the Academy Art Museum All-Shore show in Easton, and s…

WYE MILLS — The internal tug-of-war high school graduates face when deciding whether to take up a skilled trade or pursue education at an academic institution has long pulled capable hands from blue-collar employers on the Eastern Shore.

CENTREVILLE — County commissioners honored Heather Efland, the Queen Anne’s County Teacher of the Year, with a formal proclamation and a number of gifts during their Tuesday, Sept. 24, regular session.

CENTREVILLE — Surrounded by all the students of Centreville Elementary School, Teacher of the Year Heather Efland received a 2019 Ford Escape Monday, Sept. 23, courtesy of Hertrich Ford of Easton.

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. Gunston welcomed the largest group ever as 70 new students from five Maryland counties, Delaware, China and Korea arrive…

CENTREVILLE — The first day of school isn’t just for students. As more than 7,000 students returned to school in Queen Anne’s County last week they were greeted by School Resource Officers with the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office.