Tag: Eastern Shore

By Michael Garbacz Game 1: Blues 2, Delmarva Soil and Concrete Red Wings 8 A new season is upon us, and the first game started off with a bang, as the Wings sailed over the Blues. The Red Wings potted three in the first and never looked back, while the Blues...
Story and Photos by Matthew Yoder Two themes emerged from Arcadia’s 35-14 loss to Stephen Decatur Saturday in Berlin, Md. The Firebirds, their coaches, and spectators all described a first half marked by timid play in all facets of the game. But the sport of football allows for adjustments and...
SaraBaldwin
By Stefanie Jackson – A new website by Eastern Shore native Sara Baldwin is ready and waiting for volunteers to sign up to help promote local entrepreneurs and provide visitors with an authentic and fulfilling travel experience. Baldwin is known for New Ravenna, the luxury mosaic tile business in Exmore...
NWSWakefieldVA on Heavy rain/flooding Potential This weekend
The National Weather Service has issued the following briefing on the potentially heavy rainfall over the weekend as of 7 a.m. EDT Saturday. In summary, there is a threat of heavy rain and a marginal risk for severe thunderstorms. A frontal boundary will drop over the region this morning and...
2019bike
Story by Stefanie Jackson (Photos by Connie Morrison and Stefanie Jackson) Onancock was the focal point for the 2019 Eastern Shore of Virginia House and Garden Tour, following a new, single-town tradition begun last year when the tour was exclusively in Cape Charles, save for Eyre Hall, in Cheriton,...
BoysAndGirlsClubKids
By Stefanie Jackson – The Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Virginia (BGCSEVA) celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, and its 11 branches, including the Eastern Shore Boys & Girls Club, are participating in the festivities. In honor of the anniversary, each locality that is home to a branch of...
Rural Horseshoe
By Stefanie Jackson – What would it take for the Eastern Shore to get a four-year university and all the economic benefits that go with it? That’s the question being asked by local Terry Malarkey and a group of like-minded individuals who have formed the nonprofit, the University of...
By Linda Cicoira The 2020 census could be a problem in Accomack County. Along with misconceptions about reporting your existence to the Census Bureau, there’s an old issue. Twenty years ago it was somehow reported that 5,000 people lived on one small lot at Trails End. “We proved to those people (the...
By Stefanie Jackson – Next Saturday, April 20, the Eastern Shore will kick off its first-ever comic book convention, better known as a “comic-con,” in Cheriton, home of the “small town, big heart.” But the Eastern Shore Comicon isn’t just about comic books – it’s a celebration of everything pop culture...