EASTON — In the spirit of forming community partnerships that support local initiatives — while also spreading the benefits of renewable energy to local residents — Eastern Shore Land Conservancy has announce da new partnership with solar energy provider ForeFront Power.

CAMBRIDGE — Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot honored Snappers Waterfront Cafe owners John and Laura Sydnor Monday, June 10, for the Cambridge restaurant’s 25th anniversary.

SUDLERSVILLE — The dream of being able to meet the needs of families in the Sudlersville area through a laundromat came to fruition Saturday, June 1. After two years of hard work, a group of community volunteers, working alongside the Sudlersville Volunteer Fire Company, opened the doors to …

QUEENSTOWN — Queenstown Town Commissioners officially released a balanced fiscal 2020 budget with operating costs at $632,310 in the general fund during the Wednesday, May 29, meeting.

QUEENSTOWN — Queenstown Town Commissioners are considering the adoption of Ordinance 19-03 to increase the monthly water and sewage usage rate by 5 percent for the next three fiscal years.

GAMBRILLS — Chaney Enterprises, a ready-mix concrete, aggregates, custom blends, and related construction supplies provider, won two Maryland American Concrete Institute’s (ACI) Excellence in Concrete Awards for its MD 331 Dover Road Bridge Replacement project and Chesapeake Village Center project.

EASTON — As Turnbridge Point in Denton celebrates its fourth anniversary, owners Rob Griffith and Chef Steve Konopelski have announced the opening of Turnbridge Talbot, a bakeshop and café expansion in Easton.

DENTON — Tuckahoe Habitat for Humanity members and the community joined the Rojas family Thursday, May 23, to celebrate the completion of the organization’s newest home in Denton.

CHURCH HILL — The Maryland Public Service Commission will hold a second public comment hearing on the application of Bluegrass Solar LLC to build an 80 MW solar generating facility in Queen Anne’s County at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, at Church Hill Elementary School, 631 Main St. in Church Hill.

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. and Mexican officials labored for a second day Thursday to avert import tariffs that President Donald Trump is threatening to impose as he tries to strong-arm Mexico into stemming the flood of Central American migrants at America’s southern border.

TRAPPE — Paris Foods has joined other local businesses in supporting the Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation’s second annual “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?” fundraising event as a Principal’s Honor Roll Sponsor.

EASTON — Shore United Bank is honored to recognize Lorrie Twilley for 30 years of dedicated service. Twilley began her career with the bank in 1989. She has held various leadership positions over the years as operations supervisor and chief banking operations manager. In her current position…