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Watermen’s group head: Bay conditions improving

EASTON — The head of the Queen Anne’s County Watermen’s Association says conditions are improving on the Chesapeake, where debris from Tropical Storm Lee has made it difficult to work on the bay. Moochie Gilmer says watermen have been rounding ...

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4-year timeline for prison solar farm near Hagerstown

HAGERSTOWN — A solar power developer is agreeing to a four-year deadline for erecting 100,000 solar panels at a state prison complex near Hagerstown. The Maryland Public Service Commission released on Friday a set of conditions set by various state ...

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Board approves solar project on prison land in Western Md.

ANNAPOLIS — The Board of Public Works voted 2-1 on Wednesday to lease about 250 acres of state prison land in Western Maryland to a private company to develop the state’s largest solar energy farm. The 20-megawatt solar project is ...

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Douglass statue arrives in Talbot County after years of debate

EASTON — Abolitionist Frederick Douglass is finally getting a homecoming celebration in his native Maryland county with a statue honoring him, after years of work by local residents to recognize him in a prominent place — on the same courthouse ...

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State Sen. Colburn says Allen Foods bankruptcy devastating

CORDOVA — State Sen. Rich Colburn says the bankruptcy filing of Delaware’s Allen Family Foods is devastating news for his Eastern Shore district. Colburn says the poultry company, which filed for bankruptcy last week, is Talbot County’s second-largest employer behind Memorial ...

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Easton-based firm proposes solar farm near state prison

HAGERSTOWN — A private firm announced a $70 million plan Friday to build Maryland’s largest solar energy project on the grounds of a state prison near Hagerstown to generate electricity for the wholesale market. Maryland Solar LLC of Easton said ...

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On the move, legal edition: December 27, 2010

Jana Leslie has joined the Easton office of Miles & Stockbridge. She counsels clients on estate planning and estate administration matters, and tax issues relating to asset protection and long-term care, special needs planning, estate administration, and elder law. Leslie ...

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Homegrown power: 5 cities operate their own power companies

EASTON — While Maryland’s major energy providers are being pilloried by politicians, regulators and consumers for high rates and poor service, five cities throughout the state are operating their own power companies just as some have for more than a ...

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