Ava’s Pizzeria & Wine Bar Celebrates 15 Years in St. Michaels

Ava’s Pizzeria & Wine Bar is celebrating its 15th anniversary of serving delicious food, wine, and atmosphere with an anniversary special at…

Easton Airport Breaks Ground for Airfield Modernization Project

With the sun shining and a fall breeze, the energy on the airfield was electric as the long-anticipated groundbreaking ceremony for the…

USDA Visit

USDA Rural Utilities Service Visits Talbot County

Easton Utilities welcomed more than 60 representatives from the USDA Rural Utility Service Telecommunications Programs on Wednesday, Sept. 20 at Triple Creek…

An example of a Talbot County Land Use Interactive Map shows county-owned land below Queen Anne off Lewistown Road. The red-shaded area shows a riverine flood zone and below in the blue-shaded area is a Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation easement. The maps are maintained by the Talbot County Department of Planning and Zoning and used as an easy way for real estate professionals, mortgage brokers, surveyors, appraisers, engineers, contractors, and other business leaders to search for information related to a specific property or the county at large. The maps can be accessed online at bit.ly/talbotgis.

Talbot County’s Interactive Land Use Maps Help Business Leaders Make Informed Decisions

The Talbot County Department of Economic Development and Tourism is encouraging business leaders to familiarize themselves with the power of Talbot County’s…

Easton Airport 80th Anniversary

Easton Airport Celebrates 80th Anniversary

Talbot County’s Easton Airport celebrated 80 years of service to the Eastern Shore community on Friday, July 28, 2023.

Chesapeake College President Clifford Coppersmith shown here with our truck driving simulator.

April is Community College Month!

A college education isn’t just a four-year degree anymore. These days, there are a myriad of opportunities for young people to chart…

UM Shore Regional Health President & CEO Ken Kozel

Q&A with UM Shore Regional Health’s Ken Kozel

We asked University of Maryland Shore Regional Health President & CEO Ken Kozel to answer questions regarding the Regional Medical Center at…