News and Updates


Local Emergency Medical Partners Host 28th Year of Winterfest

Category: Emergency Services

Emergency medical professionals from around the state (and surrounding states) descended upon Easton this past weekend for the annual Winterfest Conference. The three-day conference, now in its 28th year, provides world-class education to emergency professionals on the Eastern Shore.  Read more

Maryland Department of Service and Civic Innovation to Provide Host Lunch and Learn

Category: Talbot Family Network

The Maryland Department of Service and Civic Innovation will unveil new programs designed to allow young people to both serve and earn a living wage at a public presentation on Feb. 21 from 12 to 1 p.m. at the Talbot County Free Library in Easton. Read more

Kristen Goller Joins Department of Economic Development and Tourism

Category: Economic Development and Tourism

Economic Development and Tourism is pleased announces appointment of Kristen Goller as the Tourism Manager. In this role, Goller will play a pivotal part in advancing the county's tourism initiatives and fostering economic growth through strategic marketing and development efforts. Read more

Goldsborough Neck Road Capital Improvement Project

Category: Public Works

Update on the Goldsborough Neck Rd Project includes a schedule road closure starting February 19, 2024. Read more

Council President Issues Statement Regarding Pending Resolutions Relating to the Town of Trappe

Category: County Council

The County Council of Talbot County continues to discuss resolutions regarding the County’s Comprehensive Water and Sewer Plan (CWSP) and the Town of Trappe. Read more

Council Meeting Highlights for January 23, 2024

Category: County Council

The Talbot County Council held their regular meeting on January 23, 2024 at 6 p.m.; all Council members were present. Read more

Emergency Services Hosts Tabletop Exercise, and Awaits Approval of Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) from County Council

Category: Emergency Services

On January 18, 2024, first responders, directors, and other partners packed into a crowded auditorium at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum to consider the impact that “Hurricane Toby” would have on the residents and visitors of the Eastern Shore. Read more

Upcoming Road Closure for Culvert Improvement on Goldsborough Neck Road

Category: Public Works

The culvert at the intersection of Goldsborough Neck Road and Glebe Road will be replaced in early February 2024. Starting on February 19th, (weather dependent), Goldsborough Neck Road will be closed to all traffic, and the road will need to remain closed for up to 30 days. Drivers should expect to follow detour directions. Read more

Sewage Discharge into St. Michaels Harbor in St. Michaels, Maryland

Category: Public Works

On Saturday, January 20, 2024, at approximately 11:00 a.m., the Talbot County Sanitary District (Sanitary District) was contacted regarding a suspected discharge of sewage from a manhole on West Harbor Road in St. Michaels, Maryland. Read more

Parks and Recreation to Host Ribbon Cutting for New Gym

Category: Parks and Recreation

Talbot County Parks and Recreation is excited to announce the opening of the new gymnasium at the Talbot County Community Center. A ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the facility will be held on Wednesday, January 31, 2024 at 6 p.m., at 10028 Ocean Gateway in Easton Read more

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