Stevensville runs the Jingle Bell

December 17, 2018 by  

Stevensville runners wanting to get outdoors and run off some holiday stress can lace up for the Jingle Bell Run. Prospect Bay Tennis Association will be presenting its 1st Annual Prospect Bay Jingle Bell Fun Run just [Read more]

Dickens festivities and float parade await in December

November 27, 2018 by  

Stevensville residents may have to travel just a little way to experience a holiday parade and a festival.

A Christmas Parade will [Read more]

Old Baltimore restaurant is replaced

June 18, 2015 by  

The Brass Elephant in Baltimore is in the process of being succeeded by another restaurant that is due to open at the same location in [Read more]

Guitar producer tuned up with grant

May 21, 2015 by  

A grant of $300,000 has been made to assist a business based in Stevensville.

According to officials who work for [Read more]

Carroll Hospital Center to benefit from construction

April 3, 2015 by  

LifeBridge Health has recently acquired Carroll Hospital Center (CHC), and this development should lead to new building work.

It has been reported that the move could [Read more]

International firm seeks startups in Maryland

March 13, 2015 by  

The Israeli crowdfunding company OurCrowd has decided to generate business by engaging with the Maryland/Israel Development Center (MIDC).

OurCrowd has concentrated on [Read more]

Organic grower shown on state television

February 25, 2015 by  

Many watchers of Maryland Public Television might have caught a TV show in later January in which a local organic entrepreneur starred.

The firm Priapi Gardens was shown in a program that was screened on three occasions. Vic Priapi, on vacation down in Florida, managed to see the material via a tape made by a relative.

Priapi Gardens is located in Cecilton, and might now want to attract more business in Maryland by using flyer printing in Stevensville.

Mr. Priapi told The Cecil Whig:

“The film crew, which is the host of the show and a cameraman, came out and spent about half a day with us filming our organic production.”

The filming took place during March 2014. Mr. Priapi has said that the weather during the process was cold. He has stated that it was snowing slightly too.

The Priapi farm is over two acres in size. Back in 2012, the enterprise won Outstanding Farm Operation of the Year at the level of the county.

One of the techniques used by the organization is to sell subscriptions to consumers. Subscribers get a regular delivery of a container of seasonal fruits and vegetables.

Rebecca Chookessi, a resident of Elkton who works on the farm, said that it was enjoyable seeing part of the county on the television. She has been working for Mr. Priapi for more than a year.

Stevensville set to take the plunge

January 23, 2015 by  

Stevensville residents who are brave enough to take on the frigid waters of Chesapeake Bay will soon have a chance to freeze for charity.

The Maryland State Police has organized its [Read more]

Just weeks remain for art entries

December 18, 2014 by  

The upcoming Human Form Show at the Kent Island Federation of Art’s Gallery is still accepting submissions in time for its mid-January start.

The exhibition is open to everyone and is [Read more]

Local arts center in for festive few weeks

November 14, 2014 by  

The Queen Anne’s Centre for the Arts is holding a few events to help celebrate the holidays.

The first event is the 18th annual [Read more]

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