Looking through past issues of The Bay Times, old-time photographs were often submitted by local people who thought their family, friends, and neighbors might be interested in seeing themselves and loved ones from back in the day of one room school houses. 201 more words
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The November 19, 1965 issue of the Bay Times newspaper featured a sad obituary:
The Eastern Shore’s famed Love Point Hotel was no more.
Built at some point around the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, the Love Point Hotel was a grand resort on the northern tip of Kent Island, Maryland, at the conflux of the Chesapeake Bay and the Chester River. 568 more words
It’s always fun to have the opportunity to cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge on foot, and I had a great time doing just that this morning at the… 1,233 more words
In my twenties, I had many different jobs. For years, I worked as both a real estate agent and a bartender.
On Maryland’s Eastern Shore, a region with a long and legend-saturated history, a real estate agent is certain to eventually encounter a home with a reputation for being haunted. 1,038 more words