Shore Regional Breast Center is now offering Survivors Offering Support (SOS). This program pairs volunteers who are breast cancer survivors with women recently diagnosed with breast cancer.
The event is a charitable fundraiser for the Maryland Chapter of the March of Dimes, the Chesapeake Bay Trust and other worthwhile charities.
Paddle boarding makes gains as a popular alternative water sport.
Learning how to ride a bike is a childhood milestone. But bicycling isn’t just for kids; it’s a sport for people of all ages. The long stretches of even terrain in our region—through marshlands, farmland, and along waterfronts—make the Eastern Shore perfect for cycling. It’s a popular sport, as evidenced by the number of bicyclists you’ll see on a beautiful, sunny day.
Take a scuba dive into the deep where seaworlds thrive beyond your wildest expectations.
AAMC Now Welcomes Families 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week
Maryland Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons Supports Eye Drop Protections
What is the best way to extend the length and quality of your life? Many of us think we know the answer. We run, lift weights, practice yoga, meditate, stock up on protein bars, antioxidants and supplements. Yet, experts claim that the health and contentment we seek is attainable by simply opening our hearts and extending our hands.
I returned from Africa a few months ago. This was a remarkable experience and one that I highly recommend.
The 28th annual Championship on the Chesapeake, the country’s largest rockfish tournament, concluded today with 540 boats and approximately 4,000 anglers participating in this year’s event.