Local business
PRINCESS ANNE — An established wine store in downtown Princess Anne made history last month after it became the first private business in Somerset County approved to sell hard liquor. Now …
CRISFIELD — Leaders of TidalHealth, which acquired the former McCready Memorial Hospital in 2020, are on a “listening tour” to determine what services work best for the fiscal …
Development
Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore (JAES) is the proud recipient of $500,000 of the $38.8 million gift from philanthropist Mackenzie Scott, who donated to 26 JA operations throughout the …
Business Organizations
Rights-of-ways are essential to how utility companies across the country provide and maintain reliable, affordable, and safe electricity for its consumers. With that in mind, Choptank Electric …
In celebration of Pride Month, the U.S. Small Business Administration will host a live webinar panel with Larry Webb, district director SBA’s Washington Metropolitan Area District Office; …
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Board of Public Works (BPW) accepted a contract of nearly $585,000 with Eastern Shore Forest Products Inc. for its emergency response to limit the spread of avian …
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ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Fishing and Boating Services announces the closure in Somerset County of the Evans Oyster Bar to oyster harvesting effective Oct. 1, …
PRINCESS ANNE — Plans are being finalized and registration is now open for the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Extension Small Farm Conference slated for November 4-5. The annual event …
SALISBURY — If you live in Somerset or Worcester counties you may be eligible for assistance with closing costs when buying a new home through a program offered by Salisbury Neighborhood …
CAMBRIDGE - Hoopers Island Oyster Co. has launched a new oyster restoration division that works with environmental organizations and watermen’s associations to plant spat-on-shell on reefs in …
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources, with the support of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, announces a new initiative to provide marketing support to the …
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is considering changes to the reporting requirements for commercial licensees who guide fishing parties. Currently, a Commercial …
PRINCESS ANNE — UMES Extension’s Farm Bus Tour will be back on the road August 31 and September 1 for a visit to Eastern and Central Virginia, including a stop at Virginia State …
Are you interested in using solar to power your farm or business? Maybe you’re interested in leasing your land for solar development?  Or perhaps, you’d like to learn more about how …
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is considering clarifying the culling rule for oysters. According to DNR, “The changes under consideration would make it clear …
Perdue Farms has added to its executive leadership team, appointing Kevin McAdams as President of Perdue Foods and Chief Operating Officer of Perdue Farms. Effective immediately, McAdams will …
SALISBURY – Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore (JA), a nonprofit organization headquartered here, recently unveiled renderings that feature the design of its new interactive learning …
CRISFIELD — Bids opened by the city for construction of an after-school facility proposed by It Takes a Village to Help Our Children Inc. were more than double the funds in hand but will be …
The nation is experiencing a shortage of more than 80,000 truck drivers, according to an estimate from the American Trucking Associations. The ATA also estimates that about 72 percent of …
CRISFIELD — As one of its last acts before the new administration took over following the recent election  the City Council amended its food truck ordinance so it will include portable, …
DENTON — As economic forces continue to push prices higher, the cost of energy has risen again. Beginning in July, Choptank Electric Cooperative members will see an additional increase in …