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Kent County

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  • Insiders' guide to Rock Hall

    A lot of people are introduced to Rock Hall by way of the Chesapeake Bay. A home port for many out-of-town pleasure boaters, this former fishing village has almost as many slips (1,421) as it does people (1,600). In summer, Rock Hall swells with tourists...
  • Shore counties get drought disaster okay

     
    Crop losses during last year's drought were sufficient in the northern counties of the Eastern Shore to win a drought disaster declaration from the federal government. Farmers in those counties and those immediately adjacent will be eligible to apply for....
  • Glug... Wet weather swamping records

     
    We already know that December brought Baltimore it's biggest December snowfall (Dec. 18-19), and it's snowiest and wettest December on record. Now the U.S. Geological Survey is adding to the most impressive statistics that piled up during 2009.The year...
  • Despite problems, egg farmer embraced by local governments

    Despite problems, egg farmer embraced by local governments
    — Long before Austin "Jack" DeCoster became a central figure in one of the largest egg recalls in history, he had paid more than $10 million in fines and lawsuit settlements, his eggs were banned in one state and quarantined in another, and he was...
  • Chestertown parties to commemorate its Colonial Tea Party

    In 1774, the brave citizens of Chestertown banded together to protest British tyranny and dumped a load of tea -- and a few British sailors who got in the way -- into the Chester River. Saturday, the citizens of Chestertown will recall this historic...
  • Artworks puts rural Kent County on culture map

    Kent County isn't exactly known for its artwork. One of Maryland's most rural areas, the county is better known for its tractors, crabs and antique shops. The folks at Artworks would like that to change. The organization, which promotes local arts...
  • Extent of storm damage growing

    Tropical Storm Isabel destroyed or severely damaged thousands of Maryland homes and businesses, government officials said yesterday as the full extent of the storm's toll began to emerge. More than 3,300 homes were damaged or destroyed in eastern...