Sip & Shop Sundays

Sip & Shop Sundays

The independently owned retail community of Downtown Easton is bringing charm and leisure to the holiday shopping season with Sip & Shop Sundays. Each Sunday leading up to Christmas, retail stores in Historic Easton hold special hours and invite shoppers to enjoy their holiday gift buying in a charming small-town Christmas atmosphere.  <> <>   […]

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Talbot County Wins 2018 Tourism Award at Maryland’s Tourism & Travel Summit

The Talbot County Department of Economic Development and Tourism and the Talbot County Frederick Douglass 200 Committee were honored at the 38th Annual Maryland Tourism & Travel Summit for their work on the Year of Frederick Douglass. Presented by the Maryland Office of Tourism Development and the Maryland Tourism Development Board, the Leveraging Partnerships Award honored […]

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Sustaining Strong Communities On Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Expand meaningful access to community College.  Continue and strengthen successful approaches to workforce development.  Repeal ineffective tax limitations. And when preparing for climate change, be prepared for the worst.  These are just several of the policy recommendations outlined in Sustaining Strong Communities: On Maryland’s Eastern Shore, a report published by the Maryland Center on Economic […]

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Talbot Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament Donates to Critchlow Adkins Children’s Centers

Each summer the Talbot Chamber of Commerce hosts the Talbot Chamber Golf Tournament and selects one non-profit to benefit from the proceeds raised. This year, the tournament was held at the Talbot Country Club and the Chamber is pleased to announce Critchlow Adkins Children’s Centers were chosen as the non-profit beneficiary. Thanks to tournament sponsors […]

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Net Zero Homes

Net Zero homes will soon be built by the Housing Commission of Talbot. Nine new units will be built in two multifamily housing units: one two-story structure with five units, and a second with four units. Each will have two bedrooms and one bath. These homes will front closely upon Port and West Street, maintaining the spatial […]

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Mayor’s Note

“When I was growing up in the area near Port Street, most people knew each other. We kids were free to roam and play; it was a young boy’s dream. One goal for redevelopment is to return the waterfront area to a place where kids can play and discover. The plan calls for recreation areas […]

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