ELKTON — The Hertrich Family of Automobile Dealerships has acquired Elkton Ford effective Dec. 5 according to a press released issued Thursday afternoon.

ANNAPOLIS — In a program that could serve as a national model of environmental stewardship, Hogan administration cabinet secretaries from the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) and the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) joined last month with state, federal, business and …

ELKTON — Cecil College will reveal its fall 2019 Taste of the Arts Exhibit and Pottery Sale with a reception on Friday, Dec. 6, at 5 p.m. in the Elkton Station Gallery, located at 107 Railroad Ave. Featured at this year’s exhibit will be Capstone Projects from Elizabeth Haubert, Meg Vautour …

NORTH EAST — Cecil College’s nursing program continues to be one of the most coveted nursing schools in the State of Maryland, with its graduates highly recruited in the nursing profession. For the second consecutive year, 100 percent of the graduates successfully passed the National Council…

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ELKTON — As the Cecil County Council moves forward with transferring the building that once served as the “Elkton Colored School,” Wright’s A.M.E. leadership envisions reviving it into a place that honors their culture and serves as a heart for the church’s community.

ELKTON — A woman who stood accused of shooting her boyfriend inside their North East residence in April has been acquitted of all charges – after she and the alleged victim declined to testify against each other at their respective trials.

PORT DEPOSIT — After almost 20 years, the slumbering Bainbridge property will stir next week as contractors begin the long-awaited environmental site work, bringing the property one step closer to redevelopment.

ELKTON — Three unknown manufacturing companies have their eyes on Cecil County, either looking to expand their operations or to start their business in the enterprise zones here.

ELKTON — A man who allegedly pepper-sprayed and punched the 74-year-old owner of a Port Deposit-area convenience store during a robbery in May officially rejected a plea deal on Wednesday – a day after he had indicated that he would accept the offer made by prosecutors.

ELKTON — A 17-year-old boy charged with attempted murder after he allegedly stabbed a stranger on the street of a North East-area neighborhood – investigators are calling it an unprovoked, random attack – will be tried as an adult, according to a recent judicial ruling.

ANNAPOLIS — With Gov. Larry Hogan elevating Del. Andrew Cassilly (R-Cecil/Harford) to a position within his administration on Monday, the area’s Republican Party is now turning its attention to who to name to fill his seat in the General Assembly.

RISING SUN — Perryville and Port Deposit are not the only Cecil County towns tweaking election processes to improve participation, but save money when the ballot is unchallenged.

CECILTON — Investigators are blaming an outdoor cooking mishap for a blaze that destroyed a car and damaged a shed in Cecilton over the weekend, according to the Maryland Office of the State Fire Marshal.

ELKTON — An arson investigation is continuing after someone set fire to a commercial vehicle that was found abandoned near an Elkton-area intersection on Monday — a day after it had been reported stolen in Delaware, according to the Maryland Office of the State Fire Marshal.

ELKTON — A man received a 10-year sentence Monday for his role in an attempted armed robbery at a Port Deposit-area convenience store – where a shotgun blast went through the ceiling as the cashier successfully struggled to gain possession of the weapon.

ANNAPOLIS — Governor Larry Hogan and First Lady Yumi Hogan invite Marylanders and their families to join them for a Holiday Open House on Saturday, December 7 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Government House in Annapolis. The event is free of charge, open to the public, and no reservations are required.