St. Michaels

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Fisherman Admits To Trafficking Striped Bass

A St. Michaels fisherman has pleaded guilty to trafficking in illegally harvested striped bass.

09/05/2014

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Md. Highway Worker Killed In Eastern Shore Crash

Maryland highway officials are urging drivers to take care in work zones following the death of a highway worker struck by a car.

08/22/2014

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Sign Up For Season’s Last Boater Safety Class

Here’s a sign that summer is winding down: The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels is offering its last boater safety course of the season.

07/29/2014

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Cabin Fever

Get away for the weekend to the relaxing St. Michaels, where a stay at the Inn at Perry Cabin is sure to relax and revitalize you.

07/24/2014

St. Michaels offers great shops and places to eat. (Credit: stmichaelsmd.org)

St. Michaels Gets A Gift Card

People can now shop around St. Michaels in very different way — with a town gift card.

04/13/2014

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Restaurant Week Begins In Md.’s Talbot County

It’s the start of “Restaurant Week” in Maryland’s Talbot County.

03/30/2014

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Crews Look For Cause Of St. Michaels Fire

Crews are looking for the cause of a fire in Talbot County.

02/10/2014

St. Michaels offers great shops and places to eat. (Credit: stmichaelsmd.org)

Best Weekend Getaways In The Baltimore Area

Looking to get away this summer? Here are a few great options that require minimal driving but promise tons of fun.

07/13/2013

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Oyster Restoration: A Growing Cause

When Scott Eglseder was growing up on Spencer’s Creek near St. Michaels in the 1960s and 1970s, he said the sea grasses were thick and plentiful and that he remembers how sea life flourished.

07/06/2013

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Easton Teen’s Body Found Along Rural Road

Maryland State Police are investigating the death of an 18-year-old Easton man whose body was found near his car along the side of a rural Talbot County road.

06/11/2013

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Maritime Museum Exhibit Tells War Of 1812 Story

Runaway slaves, captured women and children, British officers bestowing suspicious gifts and turncoat plantation owners trading with the enemy under a white flag — it all happened in Maryland on the Chesapeake during the War of 1812, according to a new exhibit at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum.

05/11/2013

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