Banquet to celebrate Princess Anne pastor’s 15 years at Cambridge church

CAMBRIDGE — For 15 years Pastor Craig N. Mathies Sr. of Princess Anne has led Zion Baptist Church in Cambridge, and a dinner celebrating his service will be held Saturday, May 5 at the Delmarva Community Center, 2450 Cambridge Beltway. Pastor Mathies along with Leading Lady Elder Clarice J. Mathies will also be celebrated in […]

Online videos from Maryland Courts address landlord-tenant issues

ANNAPOLIS — Three new videos produced by the Maryland Judiciary will help landlords and tenants learn about rent court, which is the name for the specially-designated court sessions and related services for failure-to-pay-rent cases in the District Court of Maryland.
What’s available at the site http://www.mdcourts.gov/reference/videolibrary.html are: • “Rent Court for Tenants” covers what happens before, […]

Upcoming events for seniors, others looking for connecting services

There are programs coming up in May that will benefit seniors and others seeking connections in the community that can lead parents, families and the homeless to services that they may need.   On Tuesday, May 1, Join MAC, Inc., in Salisbury for Law Day and talk to an attorney — for free.   The […]

Local Kidney Walk ambassadors invite all to take part in 11th annual event

SALISBURY — The National Kidney Foundation’s 11th annual Salisbury Kidney Walk returns to Winter Place Park on Sunday, May 6 with Walk Ambassadors Meghan, Wes and Charlotte Rice of Mt. Vernon again cutting the ribbon at 10 a.m.   Charlotte was born in 2016 with no kidneys and has been on dialysis since she was […]

Somerset County Bible Society to hold its 190th annual meeting

PRINCESS ANNE — One of the oldest continuously operating organizations of its kind in the United States has announced plans for its 190th year meeting.   The Somerset County Bible Society invites members and guests to learn about its work sharing the gospel and take part in its service starting 10:30 a.m. Thursday, March 15 […]

County supports Comptroller’s changes for craft brewers

PRINCESS ANNE — There’s no longer a craft brewer operating in Somerset County but the County Commissioners went on record to support legislative initiatives Comptroller Peter Franchot says will benefit Maryland craft breweries. House Bill 518 titled the Reform on Tap Act of 2018 came about following meetings by a 40-member task force composed of […]

Maryland Courts revamps website to better retrieve court forms

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Judiciary redesigned its website as a part of its commitment to stay current with technology trends. The new website, which launched last week, is more mobile-user friendly and will allow for the Judiciary to better serve and communicate with the public.   One of the main features of the new design […]

Community forums to address opioid and heroin addiction crisis

PRINCESS ANNE — A highly-recommended awareness program about the scourge of heroin and opioid addiction is scheduled to take place in Somerset County next week with presentations at both public high schools. Modeled after the Anne Arundel County program titled “Not My Child,” it will include information from local participants in various disciplines from health […]

Meeting on Carvel Hall plan by concerned residents set ahead of Jan. 10 City Council meeting

CRISFIELD — A concerned group of Crisfield residents has reserved the Crisfield Public Library for a meeting in advance of the City Council’s anticipated vote on a zoning change for the Carvel Hall property which would benefit its purchase by Spangler Strategic Advisors LLC.   The meeting will be 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. […]

Know the signs of risky behavior: Hidden in Plain Sight

POCOMOKE CITY — When you were a teenager, where did you hide things you didn’t want your parents to find? Now that you’re a parent, do you know where to look in your child’s bedroom? Or, do you know the signs of risky behavior or substance abuse? The Worcester County Health Department is hosting “Hidden […]