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Easton (Talbot, Maryland)

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  • Day trip: Warhol, children's rock and cheap theater

    Day trip: Warhol, children's rock and cheap theater
    New York City Off-Broadway Week Good news: Off-Broadway week, a chance to see a play in New York City on the cheap, is here. Now through Oct. 9 (it's technically more than one week, but who's counting?) Broadway junkies can pick from a variety of...
  • DNR's Fisheries Service will hold open houses

    After tons more striped bass were found to be caught illegally on Maryland's waterways this year — and 60 recreational fishermen were recently contacted by officials of the Department of Natural Resources informing them they could face the...
  • Table Talk: Brasserie Brightwell arrives in Easton

    Table Talk: Brasserie Brightwell arrives in Easton
    Brasserie Brightwell is the new Easton restaurant from Brian Fox and Brendan Keegan, the brother-in-law team behind successful and well-received 208 Talbot and its offshoot, 208 Burger, in nearby St Michaels. Brightwell, which describes itself as a "cafe...
  • Maryland now a leader in waste-to-energy

    I want to thank Gov. Martin O'Malley for making the right decision and signing legislation that will put waste-to-energy on par with landfill gas in Maryland's renewable portfolio standard. This critical measure finally ends a policy that pushes garbage...
  • Barclay Haskins Trippe Jr., Easton businessman, dies

    Barclay Haskins Trippe Jr., a retired Easton businessman and preservationist, died June 2 of cancer at the Talbot County farm where he had lived his entire life. He was 87. Mr. Haskins, the son of a businessman and a homemaker, was born and raised on...
  • Maryland environmental enforcement actions: Naughty Businesses of the Week

    The Maryland Department of the Environment has announced enforcement actions for the following businesses: Land Pollution LEAD: MDE’s Lead Poisoning Prevention Program enforces mandatory requirements to reduce lead paint risk in rental...
  • Allen Family Foods lays off 28 on Eastern Shore

    Poultry company Allen Family Foods has laid off 28 employees at its Talbot County processing plant, the local economic development director said Monday. The layoffs in Cordova — near Easton — came Friday, said Paige Bethke, head of the...
  • Rutgers Pair Charged After Student's Suicide Could Give NJ Privacy Laws Their 1st Big Test

    Rutgers Pair Charged After Student's Suicide Could Give NJ Privacy Laws Their 1st Big Test
    The case of a Rutgers University student who committed suicide after a roommate allegedly used a webcam to spy on his tryst with another man could pose the first legal test of a state privacy law passed in 2003. Lawyers for the roommate and another...
  • Talbot County food spotlighted

    Talbot County food spotlighted
    Restaurant weeks come and go. Already this year, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard County and Annapolis have mounted successful winter dining promotions. Frederick is wrapping up its winter restaurant week Sunday. Talbot County is up next. Some...
  • John F. Requardt Jr., businessman

    John F. Requardt Jr., businessman
    John Frederic Requardt Jr., a retired businessman who enjoyed sailing, died Feb. 10 of complications from a stroke at William Hill Manor in Easton. The one-time Trappe resident was 92. The son of a lawyer and a homemaker, Mr. Requardt was born in...
  • In Easton, loss of mail center would ripple through economy

    In Easton, loss of mail center would ripple through economy
    Kathie Jones loses more than patience when the mail is late. She also loses customers. As the owner of a small business that prepares bulk mail for delivery by the U.S. Postal Service, Jones hears complaints every time a church newsletter or a...