Local business
PRINCESS ANNE — If you want to operate a tattoo business in the Town of Princess Anne you might first want to graduate from medical school. If that’s not practical, you can appeal to …
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 …
Development
PRINCESS ANNE — CleanBay Renewables, which intends to create biogas, electricity and fertilizer from chicken manure on its 133 acre property on Old Princess Anne Road, had its site plan …
Business Organizations
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 …
BALTIMORE — Members of the Maryland Economic Development Association (MEDA) during their virtual spring conference and business meeting elected a new board of directors to include Danny …
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 …
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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, N.C. — Food Lion in Crisfield has joined other regional locations to implement its Food Lion To Go grocery pick up service. Customers can now order groceries online and have then …
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, …
PRINCESS ANNE — COVID-19 with its lockdowns and restrictions on entertainment proved to be a boon for the county’s three dispensaries as the Somerset County Liquor Control Board reported …
PRINCESS ANNE — Downtown Princess Anne is the place to be if you’re a crafter or appreciate handmade items. The Clever Crafters Princess Anne Craft Show starts Saturday, Aug. 14 from …
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 …
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 …
RUMBLEY — Goose Creek Pit & Pub will hold its ribbon cutting 2:30 p.m. Thursday, July 15 at 25763 Rumbley Road. Formerly the Hideaway Grill, the restaurant had a soft opening over …
BALTIMORE — The Maryland Public Service Commission received no comments July 6 on the plan by Costen Solar Inc. to construct a 10.625 megawatt photovoltaic generating facility behind the …
BERLIN — Gov. Larry Hogan, while at the Calvin B. Taylor Museum here on the third day of his five-day Eastern Shore tour, announced the launch of Project Restore, a $25 million economic …
PRINCESS ANNE — One of the industrial park’s newest property owners was granted unanimous approval from the Princess Anne Commissioners to pursue plans to manufacture and assemble machine …
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, …
PRINCESS ANNE — Barely a month after settlement the new owner of the former Hideaway Grill in Rumbley has a liquor license in hand was planning a soft opening for Friday of Memorial Day …
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 …