ELKTON — With a potential building boom on the horizon and town officials still working to capture back unbilled water, Elkton town commissioners unanimously approved an independent audit of the town’s water operation this week.
NORTH EAST — A 16-year-old boy is charged as an adult in connection with the beating of a homeless man outside a North East-area liquor store – an attack that was videotaped by one of the suspect’s three companions and then posted on Snapchat, which, in turn, helped investigators solve the c…
ELKTON — Minihane’s Irish Pub & Restaurant is set to go to auction Dec. 10 to satisfy an outstanding loan with the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development.
NORTH EAST – A man is facing several charges after officers confiscated a mix of suspect heroin and fentanyl from him – while investigating a public domestic disturbance in which the suspect allegedly hurled his girlfriend against a vehicle in downtown North East, according to Cecil County D…
CALVERT — Community members will be raising money for a scholarship for Cecil College students as they participate in a disc golf tournament on Sunday, Nov. 24, at Calvert Regional Park.
FAIR HILL — Ride off all that food you will eat on Thanksgiving Day at the Fair Hill Black Friday Paper Chase for the benefit of Equine Rescue Ambulance Inc., Fair Hill Division.
ELKTON — Board of Education Vice President Jim Fazzino has decided not to run for reelection once his term expires in December 2020, but Fazzino said his advocacy for education will not end with his departure from the school board.
PORT DEPOSIT — A man is facing felony charges after he allegedly pointed a replica gun at a rival and then hit him with it during a Port Deposit-area fight – a scuffle that started when the alleged victim accused the suspect of selling him “fake marijuana,” according to Cecil County District…
PERRYVILLE — A public hearing will be held Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. to discuss a charter amendment that would remove the option of write-in candidacy in town elections.
My golden retriever, Jersey, was excited to join PAWS for People a little over a year ago. Her first ventures were reading with children in libraries and at local school events.
HAVRE DE GRACE — As you’re thawing out your turkeys and making your holiday shopping lists, don’t forget that nearby Havre de Grace will be hosting its 47th annual Candlelight Tour and Christmas Boutique on Saturday, Dec. 14.
RISING SUN — During this season of giving thanks and sharing a bountiful harvest, a group of young soccer players are showing their philanthropic colors — and proving there’s much more to a team mentality than just matching uniforms.
ELKTON – A man who molested a 14-year-old girl inside her Perryville residence in May – 10 days after he was given 21 years in suspended sentences in three unrelated assault cases — recieved a 10-year prison term Monday.
CECIL COUNTY — The Stewart Company is putting more than 500 acres of land up for auction next month, with most of it in Principio Business Park and Chesapeake Overlook.
ELKTON — Cecil Transit’s smartphone app is now live, and with it comes new avenues for customer service and possible expansion of services that county officials can explore.
BEL AIR — The snip of large golden scissors cutting a ceremonial ribbon was followed by a round of applause from hopeful health care professionals, government leaders and community members at Ashley Addiction Treatment’s new outpatient facility Tuesday morning.
ELKTON — Elkton’s theater-goers may have to make a slight adjustment this weekend, as Showcase on Main’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” has been rescheduled to early June of next year.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin (both D-Md.) have announced $1,100,576 in federal funding for the Maryland State Police to combat the illegal manufacturing and distribution of heroin and other opioids.
ELKTON — A man accused of pointing a gun at his girlfriend’s head inside their North East apartment is facing up to 30 years in sentences – including a mandatory five-year prison term — after a jury found him guilty of all charges, according to Cecil County Circuit Court records.