Local business
DOVER — Chesapeake Utilities Corporation was recently selected as the 2021 recipient of the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce Large Business of the Year Award. This award is presented …
BALTIMORE — The former Carvel Hall cutlery manufacturing plant in Crisfield — on its way to being sold for redevelopment for an indoor greenhouse — will be among the examples of a …
Development
CRISFIELD — After an hour-long closed session the City Council came up with a firm arrangement for the sale of the former Carvel Hall property. While City Solicitor Michael Sullivan said, …
Business Organizations
CRISFIELD — A former retail building that a few years ago housed a church as its last major tenant has undergone extensive renovation and is ready for its reopening as Gallery 413. Located …
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Small Business Administration will celebrate veteran small business owners during National Veterans Small Business Week, Nov. 1-5. Throughout the week, the SBA will …
PRINCESS ANNE — Ed Goyda, director of Somerset County Libraries, is the new president of the Maryland Association of Public Library Administrators. MAPLA is an organization of public, …
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SALISBURY — Apprentice lineworkers from cooperatives, municipal systems or contractors looking to further their career and achieve journeyman status can take part in training offered through a …
BALTIMORE — Eastern Shore heating and cooling company Service Today has been acquired by Baltimore-based Len The Plumber (LTP), a full-service residential plumbing company. Service Today, a …
BALTIMORE — The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) on Monday announced an update on the top and bottom 10 skilled nursing facilities in the state ranked by percentage of staff with at least …
CRISFIELD — The location for the Crisfield Seafood Workers Mural has been settled — and it’s just opposite from where it was first planned. Instead of the wall of 347 W. Main …
NEW CASTLE — On Oct. 19 the Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) welcomed a new Board member as Commission Vice Chairman Samuel E. Lathem administered the Oath of Office to Theodore W. Becker of Lewes, Delaware, prior to the bi-state agency’s monthly meeting. Commissioner Becker replaces Jim Ford who resigned in late July. On October 13, the Delaware State Senate unanimously confirmed his nomination. His term extends to July 1, 2022.
DOVER – The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Delaware Thunder Professional Hockey Club on Oct. 5 at 4 p.m. The event was held at the Centre Ice Arena on the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington. Chamber members and friends joined CEO/President Charles F. Pens, Sr., and his team to celebrate the relaunching of Central Delaware’s number one sports franchise.
PRINCESS ANNE — Somerset Crossing, the newest commercial development in Princess Anne, received approval from the Somerset County Sanitary Commission for its water and sewer plan. Located …
NEW CASTLE — Friendly Ice Cream Corporation is proudly supporting Easterseals Children’s Therapy programs through a special Halloween campaign. Supporters of the Friendly’s …
NEW CASTLE — Easterseals Delaware & Maryland’s Eastern Shore recently received a $25,000 grant from Discover Bank to support its Supported Employment program – a program which …
PRINCESS ANNE — Restaurants and bars in Somerset County will have an opportunity to expand their food and alcoholic beverage sales by selling beer, wine or liquor to-go if they follow the …
A two-day scientific conference for the U.S. chicken industry, the 56th National Meeting on Poultry Health, Processing and Live Production, wrapped up Wednesday, Sept. 29 in Ocean City, with 31 speakers delivering presentations on research, animal health, environmental practices and advances in processing-plant technology to an audience of nearly 300 attendees from 29 states.
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 …
PRINCESS ANNE — A tattoo artist trying to open his business in Princess Anne received no commitment from the Town Commissioners that they will delete a requirement in the code that says "All …
PRINCESS ANNE — Newly-released inmates who need the skills required to get back into the community can get support from Positive Reinforcements Inc., the newly opened community-based nonprofit …