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Photos for Food Banks Project Raises Funds to Feed Residents on the Mid-Shore

Twelve Talbot County and Delmarva photographers have come together and donated some of their best photographs in exchange for a donation to the Mid-Shore Community Foundation (MSCF) Covid-19 Response Fund, specifically benefitting local food banks. The Photos for Food Banks Project is one of the few charitable campaigns that give something back to the people […]

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Interview with Micah Risher, Easton Airport Manager

Easton Airport’s Runway Improvement Project will take place in phases over approximately the next 7 to 10 years. A number of enabling projects are currently underway and must be completed before the new runway can be constructed. The Airport’s Obstruction Removal Program will be the most visible to the surrounding community. EEDC: What’s this runway […]

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Local Businesses Support Hopeful Campaign with Banners and Ice Cream

(Easton, Maryland – October 9, 2020) Local businesses are supporting the Hopeful Campaign in a variety of ways – from hanging “Hopeful” banners outside their establishments to developing a “Hopeful” brand of ice cream. The “Hopeful” buzz is catching on. According to Richard Marks, who founded the Hopeful Campaign with his wife Amy Haines, “Businesses […]

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Welcome Windswept Clothiers

Right across from the Avalon, a new and charming boutique just opened this past September. Known as Windswept Clothiers, the store is the culmination of a passion that Debra Principi has toward women’s clothes; more specifically, coats. “I love coats,” says Debra. “I love anything to do with regular coats, dress coats, and wraps.” Her […]

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Interview with Lloyd L. (Scott) Beatty, President/CEO at Shore Bancshares Inc. He also serves as the Chairman of the Board of Easton Economic Development Corp.

EEDC: The last time we spoke was around April of this year. There have been many changes. How are things going? Scott Beatty (SB): Certainly, in our markets, things are going pretty well. All things considered, we haven’t been impacted like some of the major metropolitan areas. Even in the cases of a lot of […]

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Easton Business Alliance forms Downtown Easton Beautification Committee

The Easton Business Alliance formed a “Beautification Committee,” chaired by Ted Mueller, Easton Business Alliance Board Member. The goal of this committee is to work on short- and long-term projects to beautify the Town of Easton.  One short-term project is to refurbish the existing planters and adding new ones in front of businesses.  The planters […]

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For All Seasons Gives Away 1,000 Backpacks Across Mid-Shore

For All Seasons gave away 1,000 backpacks (200 to each county) on the Mid-Shore. The outreach replaced the Block Party held at For All Seasons office in Easton last year, where neighborhood children received a backpack and school supplies while participating in a community event. Due to social distancing requirements this year, backpacks were distributed […]

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ShoreRivers – Event Updates

We are cautiously moving forward with events beginning in September, and are taking all necessary precautions to ensure we are following federal and state guidelines. If you have any specific questions about events, contact our Development & Events Coordinator Connor Liu at cliu@shorerivers.org.   September 11 – Project Clean Stream coincides this year with the National Day […]

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