EASTON — It’s captured the imagination of a whole town and beyond, brought the community together, inspired hours of conversation and created a few new historians.
ANNAPOLIS — The Department of Natural Resources has issued limits for the upcoming oyster season that should lead to 26% harvest reduction for the year.
At 34, Cathrin Banks is one of the youngest female CEOs in the railroad industry. Named president of the Federalsburg-based Class III Maryland and Delaware Railroad Company in January, the attorney has embraced her role and was recently named a rising star of the industry.
CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Chamber of Commerce and county commissioners are about a week away from the Project Bright Future Summit at Chesapeake College on Wednesday, Sept. 25.
Local aviation and agriculture experts have fielded numerous calls lately from citizens worried about small planes engaged in aerial seeding of cover crops over Talbot County fields. Expert pilots, however, perform agile maneuvers to spread seeds over existing corn fields to get an early start on winter crops that will help protect the health of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.
DENTON — Choptank Electric Cooperative is seeking support from the residents and governments it serves as it prepares to pursue legislation that would allow it to ultimately deliver broadband internet access to its users.
Kevin White's invention, the USee self-refracting eyeglass system that has helped thousands in the developing world see more clearly, has captured the attention and accolades of the international design world, winning gold at the 39th annual International Design Excellence Awards 2019 ceremony and gala on Aug. 21 in Chicago.
WYE MILLS — Shore Leadership will host executives, managers and aspiring leaders in November for two sessions focused on current issues facing leaders on the Eastern Shore.
MILLINGTON — Infinity Recycling and the Chestertown Environmental Committee are hosting an open house and community tour of Infinity’s facility on Millington Road at 10 a.m. Sept. 16.
ELKTON — Adams Publishing Group’s Regional President of APG Media of Chesapeake Jim Normandin announced Sept. 4 that B. Rae Perryman has been named regional editor of the company’s Upper Shore division, effective immediately.
EASTON — The Shore Leadership Class of 2019 spent Aug. 21 learning about manufacturing on the lower Eastern Shore during trips to Arcon Welding and Toroid Corp.
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Agriculture is working with the Harry R. Hughes Center for Agro-Ecology to develop a statewide strategic plan for Maryland agriculture.