Market Report
CRISFIELD — An online survey posted by the Greater Crisfield Action Coalition on consumer preferences showed that among the 228 respondents 69% answered that their favorite full-service …
Development
PRINCESS ANNE — The University of Maryland Eastern Shore Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has announced its newest partnership with Maryland-based, Route One Apparel, headquartered in …
Openings & Closings
PRINCESS ANNE — With the opening of a new Dollar General in Marion Station anticipated in the coming weeks the developer is now ready to move on to the next project — a new store in …
Business Organizations
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 …
PRINCESS ANNE — The Princess Anne Chamber of Commerce elected a new president and secretary during  its virtual March meeting. Long-time President Dennis Williams, who first served in …
CRISFIELD — Crisfield Area Chamber of Commerce President John “Buddy” Ward announced that due to recent changes in his personal and professional life he is stepping down as …
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PRINCESS ANNE — The County Commissioners have approved acceptance of more grant funds through the state’s Relief Act of 2021 that will provide additional support for local businesses …
CRISFIELD — In a polite but firmly worded statement Mayor Barry Dize reminded members of the City Council that any requests for state funding be through consensus of all elected leaders and …
CRISFIELD — Handy Seafood’s plant in Crisfield earned “AA” grade from the British Retail Consortium Global Standard for Food Safety. An “AA” grade is the …
PRINCESS ANNE — American flag banners will be placed on downtown lamp posts after approval was granted by the Town Commissioners. The Princess Anne Main Street committee in conjunction with …
CRISFIELD — By a 3-2 vote the City Council selected the proposal from Element MD LLC for the redevelopment of the former Carvel Hall property. Provided a cultivation license is awarded by …
CRISFIELD — As expected the city received just one bid for a strip of park land next to The Crab Place and the $20,000 offer price was accepted by the City Council. The property was declared …
CRISFIELD — A plan to establish a drive-thru window at Crisfield Pharmacy was approved by the City Council  pending final adoption of a maintenance agreement regarding public property that …
LEWES — To welcome the warmer weather, the Lewes Chamber of Commerce has created a Spring Passport initiative.  From March 20 until May 15, everyone has the opportunity to spend some time …
SALISBURY — The architects behind the Somerset County Technical High School in Westover accepted additional awards for their design of the state-of-the-art LEED Gold facility which opened to …
DENTON — Choptank Fiber, a new broadband provider and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Choptank Electric Cooperative, expects installation to begin in select areas for its members as early as this …
ANNAPOLIS — Forty-one Main Street programs across Maryland are sharing $7 million for economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic with Main Street Princess Anne receiving $140,316. The …
ANNAPOLIS — In a video announcement Gov. Larry Hogan recognized the seven Maryland Century Farm Program inductees for 2021 which includes one in Somerset County. The East Farm on Costen Road …
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announces applications are available through Feb. 28 for economic relief funds for the commercial seafood industry through the federal …
NEW YORK — The American Pickers are returning to Maryland and want to look through your hidden treasures. Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz of the TV show that airs on The History Channel have no …
PRINCESS ANNE — Land on Revell’s Neck Road that was to be developed into a Walmart distribution center will continue to have a Light Industrial (I-1) zoning classification despite the …