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A Message from Mayor Willey

This weekend, we continue to fine-tune and work out details with the ‘On Street Dining.’ The weather, although very warm, has cooperated, and the results have been mixed. The big event to date has been the Tropical Storm Isaias, whose winds and water caused considerable damage to our Town. But we took the storm in stride and […]

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Message from Mayor Willey – A Plea for Decency

The year 2020 has seen a rash of issues that have affected every phase of our lives.  The Coronavirus has figured into everything from work to play.  The resultant economic slowdown Internationally, relations with longtime friends, natural disasters, and business set-backs.  These are all areas where we can find a common ground and hopefully work […]

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Academy Art Museum Showcases New Space

The Academy Art Museum in Easton, MD is excited to announce the culmination of its $5+ million capital campaign which will open new doors to the arts and build a legacy for the Museum. The campaign will allow the Museum to build on its achievements by expanding the reach of its educational programs and the […]

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Interview with Rev. Elmer Neal Davis, Jr., Town of Easton Councilman

EEDC: What attracted you to apply for the opening on the Council? Rev. Davis: A calling from God. I’m committed to enhancing the quality of life of every person I come in contact with, and all I could hear God saying is, ‘now is the time.’ EEDC: What is your background? Rev. Davis: I was […]

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National Main Street Center announced the HartBeat of Main Street Grant Program

Yesterday afternoon the National Main Street Center announced the HartBeat of Main Street Grant Program, a program for small businesses during reopening to receive grants of between $5,000 and $15,000 in partnership with The Hartford. The National Main Street Center will only accept 500 total applications, so we wanted to send this out to our downtown […]

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