Seaford Man Arrested for Drugs and Weapons Charges
SEAFORD, DE - Delaware State Police arrested a Seaford man Friday morning for felony drugs and weapons charges. Troopers responded to the Del-One Federal Credit Union located on Sussex Highway Friday morning to do a welfare check of a man reported to be impaired at the location's ATM. Upon arriving the trooper observed the man and identified him as Gerald Watkins of Seaford.
Reflections from the Front Lines of Compassion: Navigating Homelessness and Hope in Easton
When I was driving around the streets of Easton, I saw three clearly homeless men sitting around the park. I couldn’t believe my eyes. Certainly homelessness happened for a few of us, but Easton is a prosperous town but the gulf between the have and have nots has seemed to broaden in these changing times. As a former worker in a shelter, my heart barely could take it. We have to do better.
Caroline County Residents Invited to Attend Board of Education Meeting on March 5, 2024
The Caroline County Board of Education has scheduled its next monthly meeting for Tuesday, March 5, 2024. The public can attend in person or watch online. The first part of the meeting, starting at 4:30 p.m., will be private as the Board discusses staff matters and legal issues. The public session will start at 6:00 p.m.
Athlete of the Week: Jerusalem Howard, Lake Forest wrestling
FELTON --Lake Forest High wrestler Jerusalem Howard was voted this week's State News Athlete of the Week. The sophomore 138-pounder was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler at last ...
Seaford's New Nylon Capitol Shopping Center Construction Set to Commence
SEAFORD, DE - After years of anticipation, the new Nylon Capitol Shopping Center project in Seaford is finally ready to kick off construction this week. For many Seaford locals, the Nylon Capitol Shopping Center holds nostalgic memories of a bygone era. The current state of the shopping center tells a different story. Where once bustling businesses stood, now stands a mostly dilapidated structure, littered with broken glass and reminders of what once was.
Highschool Basketball | 05 March Perryville Boys Game Notice
The Perryville Boys Basketball team will have a Non-conference game with Colonel Richardson(Federalsburg, MD) on 05 March, 2024, 5 PM. As of now, Panthers has won 7 games and lost 3 games, and the winning rate is 0.7.
Harrington on Rite Aid closing list
A Rite Aid store in the Kent County town of Harrington is the latest on a closing list filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New Jersey. The Kent County location was one of 77 stores listed in a court document and follows earlier store closings, mainly in northern Delaware.. Rite...
This Seaford bowler is going to the Delaware Classic PBA finale
With five finalists chosen and a $25,000 first-place prize, this Delaware bowler is going to the finale of the Delaware Classic, a bowling competition being held by the Professional Bowlers Association in Middletown. Delaware's very own Mid-County Lanes & Entertainment bowling alley is hosting the Delaware Classic, which is the first nationally televised...
'Do you support legislation making theft of a firearm a felony?'
Paddy O’Players to Perform March 12
Carpe Diem Arts is proud to present this uplifting mid-day program in partnership with Brookletts Place in Easton, 400 Brookletts Ave, Easton. The March 12 lunchtime concert will feature the popular Paddy O’Players featuring Randy Welch (Irish whistles), Gerry Devine (guitar), Paul Derdel (fiddle), Rich Cowman (accordion), John Carriker (fiddle)–with special guest Liz Fisher on vocals. Sit back and enjoy a rousing round of Irish fiddle tunes and rollicking songs. Bound to lift your spirits!
Today the gas price is close to $3.29 in Queen Anne as of 2024-03-04. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Monday is $3.352, a week ago the price is $3.264 , according to AAA.
March is endometriosis awareness month
Shannon Hannawald, right, and Denton Mayor Abby McNinch proclaimed March as Endometriosis Awareness Month in 2023.
Chesapeake Lens: The Girls in the Boat by Lee Goodwin
The workout is over. Crew practice ends at sunset on Seneca Creek, a tributary of the Potomac River. “The Girls in the Boat” by Lee Goodwin. The Spy Newspapers may periodically employ the assistance of artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance the clarity and accuracy of our content.
Proposed Changes in Maryland Could Shift Responsibility for Speed Camera Tickets
DENTON, MD - In Maryland, the familiar sight of a speeding ticket arriving in the mail could soon come with a significant change in who signs off on it. Currently, the task falls to police officers, who review and approve tickets captured by speed cameras stationed alongside roadways. However, a new bill under consideration aims to alter this process, potentially transferring this responsibility to certified technicians.
A Talk on “Healing The Divide” in Easton on March 10
The old saying, “everyone talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it!” used to draw a laugh every time. One could say the same about the sharp divisions in American society today. There’s awareness, and distress, but little change. That’s obvious in how quickly discussions...
St. Paddy's Day runs set for March 16
DENTON — Caroline County Recreation and Parks has announced the 16th annual St. Paddy’s Day Race is set for Saturday, March 16. The day’s events include the St. Paddy’s Day 5K, 1-Mile Fun Run, and Lil’ Leprechaun Dash. “Start your salute to the Irish and your spring fitness conditioning on this certified fast and scenic course through Denton with a 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run,” a department release stated. “Plenty...
Man pleads guilty to manslaughter and possession of a handgun
Monday morning, Daseir Cornish, 22, of Denton, pleaded guilty to counts of manslaughter and possession of a handgun in the death of TY Brooks. Judge David Densford sentenced Cornish to 13 years in prison for manslaughter, with five years suspended. Cornish was given an active sentence of 10 years in prison and will have to serve half of that due to it being a violent offense. He was also given five years of supervised probation upon his release. ...
Maryland Department of Agriculture working to address ongoing DAF issues
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Agriculture is doing “everything within its powers” to address recent concerns with the storage of dissolved air flotation residuals, according to Maryland Secretary of Agriculture Kevin Atticks. Speaking to the Eastern Shore Delegation the morning of Feb. 9, Atticks touched on the agency’s efforts to handle the growing worries with responsible handling and storage of the sludge — an issue that has garnered extensive attention in Caroline County over the last few months. ...
Talbot Historical Society Project Rewind: Driving Over to the Hospital
You can clearly see parts of the original 1915 Memorial Hospital at Easton in this Talbot Historical Society Laird Wise Collection photo! The center wing addition that is in the foreground was dedicated in 1955! More additions that totally concealed the original hospital building were made in 1985. Facts: “Easton Album” by Norman Harrington 1986.
Poplar, Barren and James island restoration projects continue
ANNAPOLIS — Progress is being made on two Eastern Shore island restoration projects. During an Eastern Shore Delegation meeting Friday morning via Zoom, Maryland Port Administration’s Harbor Development Director Holly Miller gave an update on both the Paul S. Sarbanes Ecosystem Restoration Project at Poplar Island and the Mid-Chesapeake Bay Island Ecosystem Restoration Project. On Poplar Island in Talbot County, Miller said the Maryland Port Administration — along with the...