EASTON — Talbot County Public Schools is going back to owning its own school buses and employing its own school bus drivers after it was learned that an agreement to use some contractual school buses and drivers fell through.
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MCDANIEL — As the Chesapeake Bay increasingly becomes a battleground of the competing interests of watermen and environmentalists, the Talbot Watermen Association’s Feb. 12 meeting demonstrated how outgunned watermen feel as they face pressures they have...
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ANNAPOLIS (TNS) — A Metro safety bill required to recover funds withheld by the federal government earlier this month came a step closer to final passage on Friday.
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CAMBRIDGE — The Harriet Tubman Museum and Education Center in Cambridge unveiled Saturday, Feb. 18, a Harriet Tubman oil painting by Cambridge artist George Wright.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — A man from North Korea has been arrested in Malaysia in connection with the murder of Kim Jong Nam, the North Korean leader’s half-brother, as a diplomatic row erupted over the body.
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ANNAPOLIS — Drivers who illegally pass school buses multiple times could face higher fines, and rental-car companies could be held responsible for offenders driving their vehicles under a pair of bills introduced by Del. Al Carr, D-Montgomery.
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WASHINGTON (WPNS) — Mike Dubke, a veteran Republican media strategist, has been hired as the White House communications director, potentially providing some relief for its embattled press secretary, Sean Spicer, who’s been holding down both jobs.
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(TNS) — The team behind NASA’s Juno spacecraft has made a key change to its operating plan. For the rest of its primary planned mission, the satellite will continue to circle Jupiter in its long 53-day orbits instead of transitioning…
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EASTON — Arc of the Central Chesapeake Region and Easton Police Department will partner to host a free, interactive screening of “BE SAFE The Movie” from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21, at Chesapeake College.
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2/17/2017
BALTIMORE — The Maryland Public Service Commission has approved a Delmarva Power rate hike, affecting 203,000 customers on the Eastern Shore, including Queen Anne’s County.
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2/17/2017
CAMBRIDGE — The Dorchester County Board of Education has begun the search for a new superintendent, and on Wednesday, Feb. 22, the entire community has the chance to help guide the search process.
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2/17/2017
EASTON — While U.S. Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md.-1st, moves toward town halls conducted over the telephone, a grassroots organization in his district is organizing town halls of its own.
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2/16/2017
EASTON — Numerous retirees of the Talbot County Public School (TCPS) system were at the Wednesday, Feb. 15, Talbot County Board of Education meeting to express their opposition of the proposed changes to their retirement benefits.
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2/16/2017
EASTON — Moving the boat ramp, the treatment of the Vulcan Materials Company, and a general concern about the uniqueness and sensitivity of Easton Point were the hot topics discussed at a meeting Wednesday, Feb. 8, in the Easton Town…
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2/16/2017
CHESTERTOWN — Two men from the Worton area who are suspects in a homicide last month in Dover were released into the custody of Delaware corrections officials Tuesday, Feb. 14, according to a spokesman for the Kent County Detention Center.
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2/16/2017
CHESTERTOWN — Shelly Neal-Edwards, director of the Kent County Department of Social Services since Jan. 4, should be a familiar face to many in the local community.
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2/15/2017
CHESTERTOWN — Pat Merritt, Kent County’s chief finance officer, gave a report Tuesday, Feb. 14, at the Kent County Commissioners meeting saying while revenues are down, the budget remains in the black.
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