I have lived in Calvert County since 2005, and my family has lived in Chesapeake Beach since 2007. Christmas is my favorite time of year to be a Chesapeake Beach resident because the town really gets into the holiday spirit. The Sunday after Thanksgiving is the town lighting ceremony, complete with elementary school band members
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The weather may be getting a little cooler, but it is perfect if you are an outdoor runner or cyclist. A crisp morning run while the world still sleeps can be peaceful, but it can also be very dangerous. Runners, cyclist and motorist alike have a responsibility to share the road and respect each other’s
In the heart of St. Leonard, you will find two little buildings decorated with paw prints and animals. This is The S.P.O.T, which stands for “Stop Pet Overpopulation Thrift Shop.” This nonprofit thrift store uses the profits from sales to fund low-cost spay and neuter procedures for cats and dogs. They are dedicated to ending
My husband and I stopped by the newly opened thrift and gift shop located in the Chesapeake Market Center in St. Leonard, MD. Heather Bamford opened the new store, Help4Veterans, this month. The idea for the store came from Bamford’s own experience as a military spouse. Heather and her husband, Glenn, both work for Operation
After living in foreign countries and many states, I don’t like to use superlatives. “The best” seems subjective between cultures and locations, but I have to use it now, because not only was United Way’s annual Mardi Gras the first Mardi Gras party that I’ve ever attended, it was also the overall best party that