Local business
HEBRON — An online story “America’s Best Banks 2022” by Newsweek lists Hebron Savings Bank as the “2022 Best Small Bank” in Maryland. “We strive to …
WASHINGTON – The United States Department of Agriculture is accepting applications to support economic development and create jobs for people in rural America. USDA is making this funding …
Development
CAMBRIDGE — President of Fairchild Properties LLC Charlie Fairchild announced on Saturday plans to build around 300 homes in Cambridge. The development will be called The Tides at Rivermarsh, …
Business Organizations
CAMBRIDGE — Members of the Dorchester Chamber of Commerce were joined by elected officials and guests Saturday at Sailwinds Park to celebrate the Chamber’s 100 years of business advocacy …
CAMBRIDGE — Rotarian Amanda Hailey, Community Outreach Coordinator for the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, spoke recently to the Rotary Club of Cambridge. During her talk, Ms. Hailey …
The Beach to Bay Heritage Area will be holding its annual luncheon this year on Thursday, Oct. 28 in the the Richard A. Henson Center on the campus of UMES in Princess Anne.   This …
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The 4th Annual Dorchester/Salisbury Area Chamber Mixer was held Aug 19 at Layton's Chance Vineyard & Winery near Vienna. The event offered members of the two organization to mingle and network …
Dr. Sadanand Dhekney, an associate professor of plant breeding and biotechnology at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, will lead a project supported by a recent $500,000 United States …
SALISBURY - SHORE UP! Inc. has hired a new Housing and Community Development director. William Barclay, a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, will now direct the agency’s Energy Assistance …
SALISBURY - Does the idea of entrepreneurship intrigue you? Are you feeling burnt out? Want to learn tips for a healthier brain? Need additional help with cybersecurity? If you answered yes to any of …
ANNAPOLIS — bp and CleanBay Renewables announced a 15-year agreement where bp will purchase renewable natural gas (RNG) processed from poultry litter — a mixture of manure, feathers and …
Gov. Larry Hogan announced that Project Restore, the State of Maryland’s $25 million economic recovery initiative to support small businesses and revitalize vacant retail and commercial spaces, …
CAMBRIDGE — State Farm agents are taking the week of Aug. 16-20 to help their communities understand the importance of having the proper insurance, how it can impact their families lives, and …
BALTIMORE — On Aug. 3, US Wind, Inc. (“US Wind”), Maryland’s leader in offshore wind development, announced major steps forward in the development of offshore wind energy for …
SALISBURY — The Lower Shore American Job Center serving the tri-county area is now open at 31901 Tri-County Way, Suite 111, Salisbury, across U.S. 50 and west of Wor-Wic Community College …
CAMBRIDGE — U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) visited The Packing House on July 16, touring the old Phillips Packing House structure with a group of local officials, business owners and …
WASHINGTON – On July 7, U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), Chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government, sent a letter to Treasury Secretary …
CAMBRIDGE — Six local youths took important steps into their future careers on June 29, when they signed commitments as part of the Apprenticeship Maryland program. The ceremony took place at …
COLLEGE PARK — New start-up and potential aquaculture farmers will soon have use of an online business planning tool that will provide foresight into their likelihood of success. Matt Parker, …
CAMBRIDGE — When a classic restaurant reopens in downtown Cambridge this month, it will do so with a new twist.Longtime owners, Amanda Bramble and Tim Wright, of Jimmie & Sook’s have …
CRISFIELD — The J. Millard Tawes Crab & Clam Bake will be back this year but not on the third Wednesday in July. Danny Thompson, a Clam Bake committee co-chair and executive director of …