Princess Anne election leads to change at the top with new board president

PRINCESS ANNE — The newly-elected Town Commissioners backed Lionel D. Frederick in his bid to be president on a 3-2 vote. He replaces Garland Hayward who has chaired the board for the last six years. Mr. Frederick, the at-large commissioner who is halfway through his second term, nominated himself during the organizational meeting held June […]

Are Crisfield’s turbine savings blowing in the wind?

CRISFIELD — In September 2016 — nearly 2½ years after its groundbreaking — Crisfield’s skyline became dominated by a pole topped by three propeller- like blades towering 315 ft. from the ground to the tip of a blade at high noon. By mid-February 2017 this wind turbine was operating. A dedication ceremony planned for July […]

A lifetime of turkeys

There is, tucked into a tiny office in a shop in rural Sussex County, a sight probably unlike any other to be found in the nation. Each year it draws the curious by the hundreds. It’s a man cave’s man cave — a room stuffed, crammed and packed with enough turkey hunting collectables that the […]

Veterans everywhere can Stay Connected to VA Health Care anywhere

Veterans struggling with health conditions keeping them from attending medical appointments in person now have options. Thanks to technology, such as the VA Video Connect app, Veterans can virtually meet with their health care providers anywhere at any time using their phones, computers and tablets. For Army Veteran Keith Hertzog, 68, and Marine Veteran Steven […]

Bel Air Armory visit shows options for Crisfield’s armory

CRISFIELD — After a recent visit by city leaders to the Bel Air Armory City Manager Rick Pollitt expressed encouragement that Crisfield’s Maurice D. Tawes Armory can be restored to again serve the community, especially for youth sports. Mr. Pollitt called the Harford County facility “basically a carbon copy of our own” and through outside […]

Friendship, fellowship, fun: the Glenn Ward Tournament

The final out was recorded, a champion was crowned, the trophies presented and Tournament Chairman Doug Nelson gave a sigh of relief. The 31st annual Glenn Ward Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament was in the books. Nelson, one of the founders and a veteran of all 31 tournaments could sit back for a moment and relax […]