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  • Final Chance To Offer Input On Future Of Bloomfield
    A final call to share your thoughts on the future of Bloomfield, the historic house in White Marsh Park. Your feedback will help guide a Preservation Plan and future use of the site, but time is of the essence as an online survey about it closes Friday, June 14. You can find a link to... Read more
  • Queen Anne’s County Free Laptop Program
    Queen Anne’s County is laying the criteria for its Free Laptop Program. Those eligible must live in the county, show proof of address, and be enrolled in at least one government assistance program or meet specific federal poverty guidelines required by the state. Some laptops are being given away on Family Fun Day, Saturday, June... Read more
  • Students Honored For Ag Essays In Queen Anne’s County
    Students learning the value of local agriculture were recognized for their essays during the Queen Anne’s County Public School Board of Education meeting recently. Back in April, seventh grade students were invited to participate in hands-on educational experiences to learn about Maryland’s crucial homegrown farming industry. After the two-day event, students penned essays to showcase... Read more
  • Rock Hall Man Charged With Driving While Impaired By Alcohol Charges
    65 year old Paul Koronowski of Rock Hall is charged with driving while impaired by alcohol, driving while under the influence of alcohol, and driving while under the influence of alcohol. Police say Koronowski was released to a sober driver after being issued the traffic citations. He also was charged with failure to obey properly... Read more
  • Grand Opening For Grasonville Health Services
    Grasonville Health Services celebrated their grand opening this month with a vendor fair featuring other local services in the area. The Bay Times and Record Oberserver reports the Program’s mission is to provide a range of treatment services to adults residing in Queen Anne’s County and surrounding counties, whose health and well-being has been impacted... Read more
  • Report: Former Kent County Deputy Charged With Theft
    A former Kent County deputy has been charged with stealing items from the Redner’s Market in Chestertown and not paying for them. The Evening Enterprise reports authorities say 45 year old Stuart Lodge stands accused of charges including theft less than $100 and conducting a theft scheme less than $1,500. He is set to stand... Read more
  • Rock Hall Annual Water Quality Report
    Rock Hall is out with its Annual Water Quality Report. The report is designed to inform residents about the water quality and services delivered to provide a safe and dependable supply of drinking water, say officials. Rock Hall’s ground water source is 3 wells which draw from the Magothy Aquifer. The wells range in depth... Read more
  • Public Meeting On Bikeable Baltimore Region Project In Queen Anne’s County
    Queen Anne’s County is taking part in the Bikeable Baltimore Region (BBR) project, aimed at identifyting the first regional bike network that ensures safe and comfortable biking for people of all ages and abilities across the Baltimore region. From now until July 26th, residents are encouraged to share their thoughts and feedback. The BBR project... Read more
  • Emergency Repairs For US 50 Bridge, More May Be Needed
    The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration made emergency bridge joint repairs on the eastbound US 50 bridge over Kent Narrows in Queen Anne’s County Tuesday resulting in a double left-lane closure during work hours. Crews may need to return later this week with an off-peak single-lane closure to complete any additional repairs during... Read more
  • Kent County Hydrant Flushing This Week
    Be advised that Kent County Flushing of Hydrants will begin this week, June 11th to June 13th in the Edesville area. Town crews in Rock Hall will be working closely with Kent County so as to not create a discoloration of Rock Hall’s water system. If your water becomes discolored, please contact the Town Office... Read more