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Discover Easton to Hold Three Signature Events This Spring

EASTON, Md. – Celebrate the return of spring by joining Discover Easton at one of their three upcoming Signature Events. On Saturday, April 13th from noon to 4 p.m., Eat Sprout and Discover Easton are teaming up for Farmer Appreciation Day. This new Signature Event is hosted at Eat Sprout (335 N. Aurora Street, Easton, […]

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MXW Adopted for Easton Point

A significant step in the development of Easton Point has been achieved with the approval of the revised Mixed-Use Waterfront (MXW) Zoning District regulations by the Easton Town Council on March 18, 2019.  April 7th marked 20 days since the Mayor signed the Ordinance, making it now officially part of the Town’s Zoning Code. The […]

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2019 Free Enterprise Class soaks in the beauty of the Inn at Perry Cabin.

The 2019 Free Enterprise Workshop is a partnership between the Talbot County Chamber of Commerce and the Talbot County Public School System. The program is based on the nationally recognized ACES Program. Over the past 29 years more than 375 business visits have been made by Talbot County educators. In 2018 the program was expanded […]

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Discover Easton to Hold Three Signature Events This Spring

EASTON, Md. – Celebrate the return of spring by joining Discover Easton at one of their three upcoming Signature Events. On Saturday, April 13th from noon to 4 p.m., Eat Sprout and Discover Easton are teaming up for Farmer Appreciation Day. This new Signature Event is hosted at Eat Sprout (335 N. Aurora Street, Easton, […]

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Meet Qlarant – Portrait of an Inclusive Employer

In previous discussions about inclusion, we have seen how fully committing to this innovative philosophy and letting it permeate a company’s culture creates a better environment and an improved bottom line. We know strategies to assure diversity and a welcoming environment to people of all abilities has been an extraordinary positive for Easton based Qlarant. […]

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Eastern Shore Community Rowers

Eastern Shore Community Rowers’ (ESCR) 2018 season ended with a bang-up finale at the Hager House on the Tred Avon. The ESCR mission is to foster a stronger, healthier community and environment by promoting, educating and training adults of all ages and abilities in the sport of rowing. With spring around the corner, the rowers are […]

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If a small business wants to work for the Federal government, recognize that these contracting efforts require a long-term commitment of time, research, dedicated resources (staff and dollars) plus a short-, mid- and long-term market strategy. Though complex, the Federal business environment offers many economic advantages for small businesses that directly impact the employment growth […]

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High Schoolers’ Environmental Plan Takes the Prize

EASTON — St. Michaels High School students designed an environmental plan in addressing pollution and erosion at Easton Point and carried home a shiny gold trophy for their efforts on March 5 at the ACE Mentor Program of Maryland’s Eastern Shore 15th annual awards and scholarships ceremony. About 150 students, parents, ACE mentors and local […]

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The Key to an Inclusive Workplace

Fortune 500 companies and Starbucks share a secret when it comes to inclusive hiring and retention practices. Successful companies know that supporting diversity of all types can create a positive, nurturing environment where all employees feel safe and cared for. Workforce diversity means creative, out-of-the-box thinking when it comes to new or sticky business dilemmas. […]

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