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A need for speed

May 30, 2017 ● By Richard Gaw

Local motorsport enthusiast Todd Reid puts the pedal to the metal

Ellie Luther: Rider, trainer, and all-around horse enthusiast

May 30, 2017 ● By Richard Gaw

'I’ve been riding since before I could walk. I was born into it.”

The pillars of recovery

May 24, 2017 ● By Richard Gaw

The Alcohol & Drug Recovery Center at the Cecil County Health Department is showing the light to those who wish to see it

Birds of a feather

Nov 08, 2016 ● By Richard Gaw

Cecil County Bird Club members keep an eye on migrating hawks

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

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.

Cecil County Life Spring/Summer 2015 issue

Jun 10, 2015 ● By J. Chambless

From the historical heritage of Chesapeake City, to the history of Elkton, to bass fishing in Cecil County...It's all here in Cecil County Life!

Editor's Picks Events: Memorial Day Fun and Beyond - May 21, 2015 Report

May 21, 2015 ● By Kevin

Go, see, do... in the surrounding area, with our editor's picks events.

Mind, Body Festival: A day of renewal and holistic energy

Jan 08, 2015 ● By Kerigan Butt

Cecil College's fourth annual Mind, Body & Spirit Festival will be held Saturday, Jan. 18, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A day for renewal of energies and learning about holistic methods for healing and relaxation will take place throughout the college’s Elkton Station at 107 Railroad Ave.

A better day in the park

Jan 08, 2015 ● By Kerigan Butt

By developing a year-round lineup of programs and leagues, the Cecil County Department of Parks & Recreation has been able to steer people to a lifetime of activity. Yet there is another mountain to climb, and it's in the form of a new facility.