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ANNAPOLIS — An appeal by Princess Anne’s former town manager Deborah Hrusko — convicted last year of felony theft and theft scheme over $100,000 — was denied by the Maryland … more
PRINCESS ANNE — The Somerset County Sheriff’s Office was granted permission by the County Commissioners to expand its school resource officer program to include Holly Grove Christian … more
BALTIMORE — The Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation is implementing a Tax Credit Awareness Campaign to remind homeowners of property tax credits they may be entitled … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Thirteen properties totaling over 1650 acres will come before the County Commissioners Aug. 30 for a recommendation on whether or not they endorse their development rights be … more
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is considering changes to the reporting requirements for commercial licensees who guide fishing parties. Currently, a Commercial … more
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced the Grants Gateway application is open for local governments and organizations for Fiscal Year 2024, which … more
Eastern Shore Congressman Andy Harris was one of several Republican members of the House of Representatives who met to discuss having Vice President Mike Pence reject the 2020 election results, … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Primary election season is now on as early voting at Somerset County Technical High School ends Thursday and election day is Tuesday, July 19 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. (except on … more
BALTIMORE — The lawsuit filed May 12 in Somerset County Circuit Court by the owner of the former Pines Motel against Crisfield and several of its officials was closed after it was removed to … more
PRINCESS ANNE — A reduction in the number of polling places for the primary election has one Mt. Vernon resident alarmed about an erosion of public service for him and his neighbors in rural … more
CRISFIELD — As one of its last acts before the new administration took over following the recent election  the City Council amended its food truck ordinance so it will include portable, … more
PRINCESS ANNE — In less than 90 minutes Somerset County took in nearly $260,000 in back taxes and water and sewer charges during the annual tax sale. The collection of taxes and fees delinquent … more
CRISFIELD — After failing to pass the mayor’s budget on second reader during the regularly-scheduled June meeting the City Council tried again two days later and on a 4-1 vote approved a … more
PRINCESS ANNE — A former commander of the Maryland State Police barracks on the Eastern Shore was selected by the County Commissioners to chair the newly-created Somerset County Police … more
PRINCESS ANNE — A Town Commissioner of the highest integrity and commitment to community service is ending his 32 years on the board as his eighth consecutive term comes to a close this … more
CRISFIELD — Mayor-elect Darlene Taylor expressed her gratitude to voters and pointed heavenward saying “it’s all Him” for putting her in the place she is today. When all votes … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Princess Anne Commissioner-elect Shelley Johnson will join incumbents Joey Gardner and Lionel Frederick for swearing-in ceremonies 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 21 at the Garland … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — United States Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin are showing their support for an indoor recreation and community center in Westover by requesting $5 million in direct … more
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Board of Public Works (BPW) accepted a contract of nearly $585,000 with Eastern Shore Forest Products Inc. for its emergency response to limit the spread of avian … more
WESTOVER — Food pantries, health agencies, churches and various charities in Somerset and Wicomico counties are again starting to receive boxes of produce from the vegetable gardens at Eastern … more
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