Chronicling Change

In his highly anticipated new book, “Island Life,” photographer Jay Fleming documents the watermen and the stunning, natural beauty of Smith and Tangier Islands — as their lands and livelihoods disappear
The environment, culture and economies of the Smith Island, Maryland and Tangier Island, Virginia photographer Jay Fleming in his second book, Island Life, — the Chesapeake Bay’s last two inhabited offshore islands — are intimately documented through the lens and dedication of Annapolis-based photographer Jay Fleming in his second book,

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Field of Dreams

The Wicomico County Recreation, Parks & Tourism Department’s new Little League Challenger Program gives children with physical and intellectual challenges
the opportunity to play
the great game of baseball
Story by Jonathan Westman  |  Photography by Grant L. Gursky
The opening day of baseball season is always one of the most anticipated times in sports. It signals the dawn of spring,

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The Lost Art of Letters

Katy Ackerman of Lewes Lettering Co. creates custom calligraphy invitations perfect for the return of the wedding — and so much more
Story by Meredith Lindemon  |  Location Photography by Meg Shupe
Katy Ackerman has an almost palpable happiness. It’s the easy effusiveness natural to talented people who love what they do, which diffuses organically into the lives of everyone they meet.

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Crowning Achievements

Kayla Willing seeks her second consecutive pageant title as the recent high school graduates competes in Miss Maryland
Story by Alison Pappas  |  Photo by Robert Holland
For recent Holly Grove Christian School graduate Kayla Willing, summer is especially eventful.
She is currently fulfilling her community role as Miss Crustacean, a title she won at her first pageant appearance,

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