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PRINCESS ANNE — Amendments to the zoning code approved by the Somerset County Commissioners that restrict the location of cannabis growers, processors and dispensaries to only industrial zones …
PRINCESS ANNE — The School of Agriculture and Natural Sciences (SANS) at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore continues its free SANS Seminary Series with a look at “Space Food and …
Development
CRISFIELD — With no mayoral veto and no petition by the public to take it to referendum the zoning code amendments that regulate legal cannabis adopted by the City Council on Nov. 29 became …
Business Organizations
Due to the threat of thunderstorms, the Stars of Somerset celebration has been moved to a new date.  It’s a night of stars, good music, food and fun as the 2023 Stars of Somerset …
PRINCESS ANNE — Looking for unique 4th of July decor? Second-hand, thrifted and vintage items are easy on the wallet and easy on the planet, too. Shopping local thrift shops and antique …
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources, in consultation with blue crab advisory groups, announces that female blue crabs from which the egg pouch or bunion has been removed, …
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Two Democratic senators on an investigations panel have questioned the loyalty of four major American consulting firms, accusing them of withholding information subpoenaed by Congress regarding their work for Saudi Arabia.
Gillis Gilkerson Construction proudly announces the successful completion of Chesapeake Shipbuilding's new building ...
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CRISFIELD — The recommendations for permitting and inspecting short-term rentals endorsed by the Planning and Zoning Commission have been forwarded to the City Council for a public hearing and …
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CRISFIELD — Following unanimous approval Jan. 17 by the Maryland Board of Public Works the City of Crisfield is receiving $75,000 to continue its façade improvement program. In this …
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PRINCESS ANNE — The County Commissioners, following the advice of their Planning and Zoning Commission, are expected amend the zoning code so that licensed growers, processors and sellers of …
PRINCESS ANNE — A Princess Anne convenience store that failed an alcohol compliance check in November had its beer, wine and liquor license suspended for five days starting Thursday, Jan. 18. …
ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland Department of Natural Resources’  Fall Oyster Survey  recorded a remarkable year for juvenile oysters in Maryland waters, finding both prolific numbers …
DENTON – The Choptank Electric Cooperative Board of Directors voted to return a total of $2.5 million to its members in capital credits. The distribution will be applied as a credit to active …
ANNAPOLIS  — The Maryland Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved $100,000 for the City of Crisfield for a new and improved City Dock. It was Sen. Mary Beth Carozza who requested …
CRISFIELD — Following the planning commission’s recommendations the City Council is prepared to adopt an ordinance allowing cannabis growers, processors and dispensaries to be located …
CRISFIELD — An effort by the Water’s Edge Condominium Association (WECA) to receive a state grant to fund erosion mitigation strategies received unanimous support from the City Council. …
SALISBURY — Salisbury-manufactured American Glory , the second new American Cruise Lines’ catamaran to launch this year, passed its sea trials with flying colors. American Cruise …
PRINCESS ANNE — Nearly 200 agricultural producers and stakeholders across the Mid-Atlantic descended on the University of Maryland Eastern Shore from Nov. 2-4 for the 20 th anniversary of its …
PRINCESS ANNE — A public hearing will be held Nov. 16 by the Somerset County Planning and Zoning Commission on its recommendations where and how cannabis businesses can operate in the county. …
CRISFIELD — Over his 80-plus years Vernel Cottman has seen the uptown commercial hub of Crisfield change from thriving where “people came here to shop” to a handful of stores, …
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