CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office has a new iPhone and Android mobile app that will provide to the public direct alerts of police activity, road closures, motor vehicle accidents and more. The app was released Oct. 13 and is now available to download for free. Sheriff Ga…
WYE MILLS — Nu Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International honored its senior member with a brunch on Saturday, Sept. 15 at Immanuel United Methodist Church in Grasonville. Mary Ruth Meredith of Wye Mills, sister of the hour, is a 60-plus year member of this international organiza…
CENTREVILLE — On Nov. 6, the Queen Anne’s County Orphans’ Court ballot will include three Democrats and three Republicans offering varying experience for the bench.
CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Arts Council hosted its second annual Farm to Fork benefit, celebrating the local farming community, Saturday, Sept. 29. The fundraiser was held at Stutzman Farm, owned by Garon and Donna Stutzman of Centreville.
EASTON — The Mid-Shore Community Foundation, having just finished awarded more than $635,000 in scholarships to 160 students this year, is already kicking off its 2019 program.
CENTREVILLE — The Kennard Alumni Association and Stories of the Chesapeake Heritage Area held their second annual Bull and Oyster Roast to raise funds for programming provided by both those entities Saturday, Oct. 13, at the Kennard Cultural Heritage Center in Centreville.
CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne’s County Commissioners officially made it easier for the Centreville Police Department and Queen Anne’s County Sheriff Office to coordinate services and provide mutual aid at their meeting Tuesday, Oct. 9.
CHESTERTOWN — Nicholson Speedway, 9836 Earl Nicholson Road, will hold "Track or Treat" at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, with lots of free family festivities. Bring a costume for "track" or treating, courtesy of the racers.
PRICE — The Price Community Club will hold its all-you-can eat ham and oyster supper from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Price Community Center, 121 Rabbit Hill Road, Church Hill.
EASTON — The Women & Girls Fund of the Mid-Shore, a field-of-interest endowment with the Mid-Shore Community Foundation, is now accepting grant proposals from IRS-designated non-profit organizations whose programs address the needs of Mid-Shore women and girls.
CENTREVILLE — For the second time, candidates for the Queen Anne’s County Commission faced off in a forum, this one hosted by the League of Women’s Voters on Monday, Oct. 15, in the county office building on Vincit Street.
CENTREVILLE — After 16 years of service on the Orphans’ Court and following the announcement that he would not seek re-election for health reasons, Judge Joe DiPietro was honored with a number of citations during the Oct. 9 County Commission meeting, Oct. 9.
CHESTER — As election day beckons, Congressman Andy Harris of Maryland’s First District visited the Chesapeake Exploration and Visitor Center Tuesday, Oct. 9, to discuss economic development.
QUEENSTOWN — Queenstown Town Commissioner Thomas B. Willis Jr. was the only person to file for the upcoming Queenstown Commission election by the Oct. 5 deadline, according to Amy Moore, town clerk. This would be Willis’ third consecutive term as commissioner and fourth overall since 1995.
SUDLERSVILLE — Queen Anne’s County Make A Difference Day will hold its fifth annual event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, at Sudlersville Middle School, 600 Charles St.
CENTREVILLE — Character Counts is conducting a shoe drive fundraiser during the months of October and November to raise funds for the program. Character Counts will earn funds based on the total weight of the pairs of gently worn, used and new shoes collected, as Funds2Orgs will issue a chec…
WYE MILLS — Heavy rains in the area, which prompted flash flood advisories, on Thursday, Oct. 12, flooded the basement of the historic Wye Grist Mill, causing thousands of dollars of damage.
CHESTERTOWN — Deputy State Fire Marshals from the Upper Eastern Region were requested to respond to investigate the origin and cause of a two-story, single family house fire at 305 Old Bridge Road in Chestertown, Queen Anne's County. The one alarm fire on Oct. 10 at 8:39 p.m. brought 45 fire…
CENTREVILLE — A slate of state issues were on tap for Jesse Colvin, Democratic candidate for Maryland’s First Congressional District, at a town hall meeting at the Queen Anne’s County Library in Centreville Monday, Oct. 8.
WYE MILLS — At a panel discussion led by Eric Weintraub, MD, associate professor of psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of Maryland, community members and organizational leaders were invited to learn more about opioid addiction and what options are available in Queen Anne’s County.
CENTREVILLE — The Friends of the Queen Anne's County Library invite the public to an evening of readings and discussion with uthors of "Bay to Ocean 2018," the year's best writing from the Eastern Shore Writer's Association, W. Scott Olsen, editor.
CHESTER — A Chester man died Thursday morning, Oct. 11, when he was struck by a tractor-trailer on U.S. Route 50/301. Maryland State Police said pedestrian error was to blame for the fatal crash.