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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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A Chat with Mayor Willey: A New Footbridge and Proof of Concept for the Easton Economic Development Corporation

Mayor Bob Willey of Easton is well-known for being a soft-spoken type. Leaning on his conservative instincts and a Talbot County upbringing, he’s never been too animated in his support of a town initiative or project. Let the facts be presented calmly, without due pressure, his thinking goes, and a consensus of support will emerge. […]

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Hogan Joins Mistletoe Hall Kickoff

Photo by Christina Acosta On Friday afternoon, Oct. 19, local, county and state officials gathered to announce construction on Easton’s new commerce and business park at the Mistletoe Hall Farm. The 86.25-acre parcel on Goldsborough Neck Road, which comprises seven parcels, offers a prime location to encourage entrepreneurial activity and support business expansion and attraction. […]

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Housing on the Hill – 308 South Street is on the market

308 South Street was developed by the Town of Easton “Housing on the Hill” project and through the efforts of their Affordable Workforce Housing Program. This home, originally built about 1900, has under gone extensive renovations from the ground up. The structure was lifted to build a new foundation before being set back in place. […]

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Farm + Fish + Food + Technology = Our Future

An innovative statewide public/private initiative, launched by Easton’s own Eastern Shore Entrepreneurship Center (ESEC), seeks to create a renaissance of economic growth and prosperity, building on Maryland’s industries of agriculture and seafood.  F³ Tech (Farm-Fish-Food) is a proof-of-concept and commercialization initiative enabling solutions through the development of new products and services in response to market-driven […]

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Third-annual Moonlight Madness returns to Easton November 30

The Easton Business Alliance invites you to enjoy the holiday spirit by bringing the entire family to town during its third-annual Moonlight Madness shopping event. The festivities begin Friday, November 30 at 4 p.m. Stores, galleries, and restaurants in downtown Easton will stay open late and welcome holiday shoppers throughout the evening, leading up to […]

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CHESAPEAKE HARVEST AND PARTNER WIN USDA-NIFA AWARD TO BUILD A CULTURE OF FOOD SAFETY

Chesapeake Harvest, a project of the Easton Economic Development Corporation, in partnership with Future Harvest, Chesapeake Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture (FHCASA), has been awarded a USDA Food Safety Outreach Program (FSOP) grant. Designed to build a culture of food safety among specialty crop producers in the Chesapeake Bay region, the one-year award of just under […]

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