Power Trip

When It Comes To Providing The Highest Levels Of The Essential Mineral Zinc, Nothing Compares To Oysters
Oysters and Zinc:
Zinc is a mineral that’s essential for good health. It’s required for the functions of over 300 enzymes and involved in many important processes in the body.
It metabolizes nutrients, maintains the immune system and grows and repairs body tissues.

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Raising The Bar


Here on the Shore, oysters are not just considered a run-of-the-mill menu item but rather a delicacy that is coveted by locals and visitors alike. That said, not all oysters are created equal, and there’s something about fresh-shucked, raw-bar oysters that stand apart.

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Looking For Love

Adorable, Local Pets In Need Of The Right Home

Ginger is about 6-years-old and has been at the shelter for over a year. She is high energy and does not do well with other animals, but she is very eager to please humans. She loves to play and is very smart. Ginger is looking for a fairly active family with older kids to play with.

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Reaching Those In Need

TEAM OF HOPE The HALO executive team (top) includes (front, from left), Logan Schevel and Teresa Schevel. (Back, from left) Princess Perry, Celeste Savage, Eartha Harris and Angel Simpson.
Halo Ministries Continues To Positively Impact Wicomico County Through Its
Unwavering Commitment To See Lives Change
History: The Center of Hope began as an outreach ministry of Oak Ridge Baptist Church in 2004,

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Capital City

John W. Crisfield
The Story Of How Crisfield Was Once The “Seafood Capital Of The World”
In 1854, a survey of the Chesapeake Bay revealed that the area was a lucrative fishing location, with extensive oyster beds around Somers Cove. Roughly a decade later, in 1866, John W. Crisfield, a Princess Anne attorney, was instrumental in bringing the Eastern Shore Railroad,

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