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We'll take you anywhere you need to go! Just give us a call when you need a ride.

We make regular trips to:
Harrington Casino
Dover Downs
Local & Surrounding Airports

433-921-TAXI (8294)
P.O. Box 153
Denton, MD 21629
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The Market Street Public House is a comfortable gathering place for family and friends to share a delicious meal and enjoy their favorite drink in a friendly atmosphere. Our menu includes traditional Irish pub-fare as well as many popular American foods. On certain evenings our patrons enjoy live entertainment (see our events section).

We serve lunch and dinner daily. We invite you and your friends to join us at the Public House to relax with great food and drinks!

200 Market St
Denton, MD 21629
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Offers a number of amenities, including fishing and boating, hiking trails, playground, camp sites and camp cabins, picnicking, amphitheater, nature center, activities and special events, summer programs and cabin and pavilion rentals. Pets are allowed in all areas of the park except the shelter, cabins (2 pet friendly cabins are available), and playgrounds. Visit the website for the most up to date events schedule, camping season schedule, and a map of the park. Call 1-888-432-2267 to make reservations for the cabins, camping or pavilions, or go to the website to reserve online.

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Buys eyeglasses for needy children. Sponsors little league team and provides holiday food baskets for needy families. Holds various fundraisers, including chicken BBQ's and selling funnel cakes at community events. Supports national and international work of the Lions Club, such as the Lions Eye Bank and leader-dog training program. Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM from Sept.-June at the Marydel Community Hall on Main St. in Marydel. Meeting room available for public use. Seats 100; chairs and long folding tables available. Kitchen facility available. Can be used for meetings, receptions, and banquets. Adequate parking in front of building and on street. Handicapped-accessible. For fees and to reserve, call Patty Boggs at 410-438-3307.

Mark Browning, President
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Fire and EMS services provided. Holds periodic Open Houses teaching fire prevention. The U.L. Harman Memorial Hall is a full service Banquet Facility. The hall is located 110 Firehouse Lane in Marydel, Delaware 19964 . Meals are catered by the Fireman & Ladies Auxiliary of the Marydel Fire Company. They can handle small or large Banquets up to 300 people. It is our Goal to make your event truly "special" with delicious food served in a beautiful and cheerful atmosphere. If there is anything we can do to make your occasion more memorable, please let us know.

For further information or for booking your next event, please contact us at 302-492-1965 and your call will be answered within 48 hours.

Randy E. Barr, President
(302) 492-1965
P.O. Box 400
Marydel, DE 19964
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Find services that help with home delivered meals, home modifications, chronic disease self-management, caregiver support, transportation, energy assistance, shopping, chores or personal assistance. Finds community services to avoid nursing home. Creates a plan for long term care.

1-844-627-5465 toll free or 410-778-6000 local office
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The Attorney Grievance Commission oversees the conduct of both Maryland attorneys and nonmembers of the Maryland Bar who engage in the practice of law in the State. The Office of Bar Counsel investigates and, where indicated, prosecutes attorneys whose conduct violates the Maryland Attorneys’ Rules of Professional Conduct as well as those engaged in the unauthorized practice of law. Bar Counsel also reviews notifications of overdrafts on attorney escrow accounts.

Please visit their website in order to file a complaint.

200 Harry S. Truman Parkway Suite 300
Annapolis, MD 21401
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The Big Tree Program originated in Maryland in 1925, went national in 1940, and is run by American Forests, www.americanforests.org. Each state has a State Coordinator who collects data, measures trees, and biannually submits certain trees to American Forests as potential National Champions. In Maryland, the DNR Forest Service handled the program until 2007 when budget cuts forced them to transfer responsibility to the Maryland State Association of Forest Conservancy District Boards, a volunteer group. The Cecil Forestry Board handles the day-to-day operation for the State. We are funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service for Urban and Community Programming, and partially by grants from the Chesapeake Bay Trust. Please visit the Maryland Big Tree website at www.mdbigtrees.com to learn more.

There are many reasons why the program started and continues to this day. First, it serves to reward those owners who care for their big trees. About 90% of our registered trees are "backyard trees," as opposed to forest-grown trees. Trees grown in back yards tend to have less competition and receive more nutrients and water from the owners (lawn fertilizers often benefit the trees more than the lawn). Each big tree owner receives a certificate, a thank you letter, and a list of the trees of that species registered in Maryland. Second, the program provides a reference for scientific studies. From time to time I am contacted by researchers who are studying a particular species and need to know where the big examples are located. Third, the program provides a record over time of changes to species distribution. Thirty years ago one would not find examples of Southern magnolias and crape myrtles in northern Maryland; today they are very common. The program helps to document these changes. Finally the program provides locations of rare and unusual species for those who wish to improve their knowledge and identification skills, and common examples for school-based projects.

Trees are the cheapest and perhaps the most effective way now available to remove pollutants from the air and nitrogen and phosphorus from non-point pollution sources before they enter the Chesapeake Bay. While it is important to promote the planting of trees to reduce Bay pollution, it is also important to encourage the protection of "backyard" trees, as they are a critical component of our efforts to clean our air and water. In addition the cooling effect of large shade trees in summer should not be minimized as we consider ways to reduce our energy consumption. Citizens who plant, maintain and protect "backyard" trees should be recognized and thanked for their efforts. As volunteers with the Maryland Big Tree Program, we are happy to do so.

John Bennett, Volunteer Coordinator
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The Maryland Board of Physicians (the "Board") is an agency of the state with the authority to license physicians and other health care providers such as physician assistants, radiographers, radiation therapists, radiologist assistants, nuclear medicine technologists, respiratory care practitioners, psychiatrist assistants (renewals only), polysomnographic technologists, athletic trainers, and naturopathic doctors to practice in Maryland, and to discipline licensees who violate the Maryland Medical Practice Act.

In addition to establishing qualifications for licensure, the Board is responsible for investigating complaints against licensees and for taking action against the license of those who fail to maintain Maryland's high standards of medical care delivery or who break the laws governing licensure.

Local: 410.764.4777 Toll-Free: 1.800.492.6836
4201 Patterson Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215
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The Maryland Commission on Judicial Disabilities ("Commission") is an independent body with the power to investigate complaints against Maryland judges and, when warranted, conduct hearings concerning such complaints and take certain actions or make recommendations for other actions to the Court of Appeals. Through the exercise of its powers, the Commission plays an important role in promoting public confidence in, and preserving, the integrity and independence of the judiciary.

Their web site contains the procedures concerning the filing of a complaint, its investigation and resolution, and other information about the Commission.

Linthicum Heights, MD 21090-0340
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This website uses interactive tools to guide you through a series of questions to help determine which court forms you need. The tools help you identify, select, and print forms.

District Court forms (civil, criminal, DV/protective order, traffic citation, etc.)
Juvenile and Family Law forms (Juvenile Record Expungement, adoption, child custody, child support, divorce, marriage, protective order, guardianship, etc.)

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Maryland Crime Victim's Resource Center is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to serving the interests of crime victims in Maryland, while maintaining a nationwide reputation for dedicated advocacy and services.

The MCVRC serves victims from three offices, in Prince George’s County, in Baltimore City, and in Washington D.C. and has diversified its services to include criminal justice education, court accompaniment, therapeutic counseling, support groups, community education, national identity theft leadership, legal information and assistance, direct legal representation, policy advocacy, technical assistance for allied professionals and criminal justice agencies, and faith-based referrals.

1001 Prince George’s Blvd., Suite 750
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774-7427
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Hotline provides crisis intervention, support, and referrals for all ages.

Chat available Monday-Friday 4pm-9pm.

If you are in immediate crisis and a chat specialist is unavailable, please call the Maryland Crisis Hotline at 1-800-422-0009.

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OVERVIEW: Provides a wide range of programs to income eligible individuals and families, also elderly and handicapped/disabled persons. Services includes community revitalization, assist families in buying homes and affordable rental housing. Also offers subsidized housing options.

To search for income-based housing, go to www.mdhousingsearch.org. To check where you are in the waiting list for a Section 8 certificate online, go to www.waitlistcheck.com.

503 Race Street, First Floor
Cambridge, MD 21613
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In addition to office hours at the main office in Easton (Monday through Friday), weekly outreach service is provided to the Cambridge office. Outreach service is also provided to Grasonville once a month on an appointment only basis. Please call the above number for office hours or to schedule an appointment at any of these locations.

Janet Thomas, Area Supervisor
P.O. Box 1148
Easton, MD 21601