Dressing Easton For 10 Years

Lizzy Dee is on the cusp of celebrating its ten-year anniversary, and owner Darcy Bernot’s meticulous attention to her customer’s needs is one of the main reasons she has been able to keep her store open while so many have not. more »

Oct 8, 2014 -downtown- 1 Comments

Reaping the Rewards of Family Farming

If the row covers remained wet, they would freeze onto the strawberry blossoms, destroying any chance of fruit come May. But Saathoff and Barth weren’t about to let that happen. more »

Oct 7, 2014 -playground-


Easton Business Alliance Promotes Easton

The EBA is helping others see that we are a community that puts together huge festivals like Plein Air Easton and Waterfowl Festival, but we don't stop there. more »

Oct 5, 2014 -hot seat-

Riding and Walking for the Homeless

Having recently been ranked sixth in a lineup of American cities with the highest concentration of millionaires, Talbot County seems an unlikely place for homelessness. more »

Oct 1, 2014 2 Comments

Building Community in St. Michaels

“The community center is a safe place for kids to learn and socialize,” explains Trish Payne, Executive Director. “A place where the kids know someone cares about them.” more »

Oct 1, 2014 -downtown- 2 Comments

SLIDESHOW: Fall Fun; Farms on the Shore

It's nearly sweater weather which brings to mind pumpkins, hay rides, costumes, and all the fun to be had as the leaves take on the hue of autumn. Where can you go to enjoy the crisp air and seasonal fun? We've got a few places mind! more »

Sep 28, 2014

Courtesy of Frederick Douglass Honor Society website.

Remembering Frederick

If you’ve stood on the grounds of Wye House, the historic plantation near Pickering Creek where Frederick Douglass spent a few years of his childhood, you might feel the dense fog of history overtaking your breath. more »

Sep 24, 2014 -hot seat-

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