By Bill Sterling —
Not everyone has a building named after him, much less while he is still upright to walk through the doors. But retired Army Col. Chris Needels, of Accomac, is such a person.
A 2014 inductee of the Skydiving Hall of Fame, Needels acquired the land for the...
By Connie Morrison —
Peggy Holloway and her brothers were going through the belongings of her late parents, Clarence and Doris Edwards Lewis, and came across newspaper clippings her mother had collected of Eastern Shore servicemen during World War II.
Holloway’s father fought World War II in the 42nd Rainbow Division...
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in 1999. It is republished in the Eastern Shore Post with permission.
By Michael Segers --
We started early on a Thursday morning and stopped at a fast food restaurant for breakfast. With my friend Ken’s typical luck, his order got lost. While...
By Stefanie Jackson – There was a new face and a new format at this spring’s Eggs and Issues, a breakfast and political forum organized biannually by the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce.
Congresswoman Elaine Luria spoke and answered inquiries from the audience in the Northampton High School gym April...
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