EASTON — Short-Term Rental Review Board Chairman Scott Kane took direction from the Talbot County Council on Tuesday, Aug. 13, regarding possible changes to the Talbot County Code prior to the board’s upcoming work sessions.

EASTON — Thousands of real estate agents and employees with Long & Foster Real Estate, including those at the Easton office, took part in the company’s 22nd annual Community Service Day.

ELKTON — Developers Stonewall Capital and Trammell Crow have teamed up with town and county officials with plans to build out a $700 million planned use development on the long-stagnant south side of Elkton, promising to transform the county seat’s future.

EASTON — Trees are one of the biggest causes of power outages in the United States, ranking in the top four with squirrels and other wildlife, weather and overhead equipment issues. Utilities across the country have strict programs in place to ensure power lines remain free and clear of any …

(BPT) — The holy grail of home improvement is a project that makes a big difference to the appearance or value of the home without breaking the bank. The key is to focus on low-cost, quality items that will give the most bang for your buck. Here are five to consider:

SALISBURY — Adding to the growing list of sustainable design projects at Salisbury University, the four-story football stadium within the university’s athletic complex has been awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification by the U.S. Green Building Counci…

RISING SUN — Productive farming without the use of chemicals in pesticides and fertilizers also means locally grown vegetables and supporting a community business.

SALISBURY — Becker Morgan Group employees Emily E. McMullen, AIA, Ryan J. Musacchio, P.E., Joshua K. Bennett, P.E., and Christopher M. Daube, P.E., recently passed their professional exams and earned their licensures. All four individuals fulfilled the educational, experience, and examinatio…

CENTREVILLE — What started as a hobby and self-challenge led local builder Mike Peter of Centreville to build his first “tiny house.” Popularized on several TV shows, tiny houses are not a new concept, but one that has garnered much attention lately.