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American Home and Hardware has continually evolved through the decades

May 30, 2017 ● By Richard Gaw

Business traces its roots to the Elkton Supply Company

All along the Firetower

May 24, 2017 ● By Richard Gaw

Meet Roger and Dawn Davis of Firetower Farm Brewery

Partners in the future of the Chesapeake Bay

Nov 01, 2016 ● By Richard Gaw

Exelon Generation, the owner of the Conowingo Dam, is helping to pave the way for the future of the Chesapeake Bay's ecosystem

The sweet and soft treasures of the Painted Sky Alpaca Farm

Nov 01, 2016 ● By Richard Gaw

In 2002, Mitchell and Linda Dickinson purchased a 20-acre farm in Earleville...It's become the personification of a couple who wanted to change their lives for the better...and did

Milburn Orchards: A family tradition in Cecil County

Oct 18, 2016 ● By Steven Hoffman

Milburn is a destination for thousands of people who are looking for a unique farm experience.

Cecil County Life Spring/Summer 2016 Issue

Jun 07, 2016 ● By Richard Gaw

Appleton Equestrian is reborn in Elkton, a winery flourishes in Chesapeake City, the Plumpton Park Zoo expands, we ask, 'Where Around Elkton?' and more.

Spotlight on Hunter’s Sale Barn

Jun 01, 2016 ● By Richard Gaw

Norman Hunter built what has become, over the course of four eventful decades, one of the quintessential Cecil County businesses.

The delicious collision of Heaven and the potato chip cookie

Jun 01, 2016 ● By Richard Gaw

The doors of the Sweet Spice Bake Shop in North East first swung open last December. Since then, it has become one of the busiest – and happiest – must-sees in Cecil County.

Friends of CCPL Honor Business Benefactors

Jun 10, 2015 ● By Kevin

Honorees received a certificate of recognition and a pair of tickets to the upcoming 2nd annual Crab Crawl on Saturday, September 12 in the Town of North East.

Cecil County Q& A: Patrizia Krejci and Frederick Lewis, co proprietors of The Fair Hill Inn

Jun 10, 2015 ● By Richard Gaw

Three visionaries give a 234-year-old piece of history a new life