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PRINCESS ANNE — Somerset County Department of Recreation, Parks & Tourism will begin streamlining its online marketing and promotional campaigns after receiving approval to run its internet … more
ANNAPOLIS — Legislative maps now before the General Assembly drafted by the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission will only change district numbers for Somerset County voters as it … more
NEW CARROLLTON — Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) Secretary Kenneth C. Holt has announced that $1.58 million in operating assistance grants have been awarded to … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Somerset County Sanitary District water customers will see a slight increase in the quarterly EDU rate for 2022 after the Sanitary Commission voted to raise debt service rates … more
CAMBRIDGE – Andrew Bradshaw stepped down as mayor of Cambridge on Monday. “Today, I announce my resignation as Mayor of the City of Cambridge. I make this decision after a period of … more
BALTIMORE — The Maryland Public Service Commission will hold a virtual public comment hearing on the $27 million electricity rate increase requested by Delmarva Power & Light Company. … more
BALTIMORE — A few hours before the start of the new year AFSCME Maryland Council 3’s bargaining team reached a tentative agreement with the Hogan Administration for a new contract after … more
BALTIMORE — Residential property tax assessments in the middle of Somerset County are going up by an average of 15.1% over the next three years. That’s according to the The Maryland … more
PRINCESS ANNE — If your property suffered major damage during the tidal flooding event of Oct. 28-29 Somerset County officials want to hear from you because as it stands now there will be no … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Legislation to raise the salaries of local elected officials will be introduced in the next regular General Assembly session at the request of the County Commissioners. It … more
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is considering changes to the commercial trotline time restrictions in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries as well as … more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a $633 million investment to reduce the impacts of climate change on rural communities. more
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Board of Public Works has approved $1.005 million to Somerset and Worcester counties to continue the purchase of conservation easements from landowners in the Dividing … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Princess Anne’s 24 municipal employees on the job during the coronavirus pandemic may be getting a year-end bonus for their service based on their regular hours worked … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Town Commissioners are expected to schedule a first-reader vote on an amended tattoo parlor ordinance at their December meeting and also decide whether or not they want to … more
CAMBRIDGE – Moves are underway to end Mayor Andrew Bradshaw’s tenure at the city’s top job. Mayor Bradshaw was arrested Nov. 15 and charged with 50 counts of distributing revenge … more
BALTIMORE — The former Carvel Hall cutlery manufacturing plant in Crisfield — on its way to being sold for redevelopment for an indoor greenhouse — will be among the examples of a … more
CRISFIELD — Crisfield’s 750 kW wind turbine is now in its third month in idle with no date available when parts will be shipped from overseas. According to Jason Loar, the city’s … more
PRINCESS ANNE — A complaint filed last Thursday by the Somerset County Commissioners against the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and Secretary Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio requests the … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Town Commissioners are starting to nibble into their American Rescue Plan funding from the federal government and agreed to earmark $50,000 for the Garland Hayward Youth Center … more
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