Cecil County Life Spring/Summer 2015 issueJun 10, 2015 09:03AM ● By J. Chambless
In this issue of Cecil County Life, we introduce some of the people who are working to protect Chesapeake City's historical heritage ... We introduce you to 100-year-old Rebecca Smith, who looks back on a life filled with memories ... We introduce you to Elkton resident Angela Hodgetts, who is writing a book about the famed building that is now Minihane's Irish Pub ... We also take you to the people who are creating a new art district for Elkton ... Read it all in the new edition of Cecil County Life!
Chesapeake City's leaders are carefully implementing a plan to maintain the history of a town that grew up around a canal, while promoting it as a fun and distinctive destination. Read More »
Three visionaries give a 234-year-old piece of history a new life Read More »
It's one of only eight elite events on the tour, and thousands of spectators are expected to turn out. Read More »
Cecil County Life Spring/Summer 2015 Edition