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For TaDa, business all about family

(Dec. 1, 2016) Twenty years ago Patty Falck marched into her husband’s office on Williams Street in Berlin. She had good news, bad news and really bad news, she told him. The good news was she was going to open a shop. The bad news was she was going to open the shop inside his… Read more »

Sneaker Dreams come true in downtown Pocomoke City

(Nov. 24, 2016) Daniel LaMontagne left teaching high school math behind, for now, to do what a lot of serious hobbyists wish they could do — open a store dedicated to their passion in order to devote themselves to it full time. LaMontagne’s passion is sneakers, and has been with him for a long time…. Read more »

Fins reels in Berlin customers during first full week open

(Nov. 3, 2016) Fresh, local seafood, a slate of happy hour specials and plenty of craft beer are the stars of downtown Berlin’s newest restaurant, Fins Ale House and Raw Bar. Fins officially opened last week after moving into the space vacated by Leaky Pete’s on 119 North Main Street. “The first week was crazy… Read more »

Blue Dog Café features bit of ol’ Broadway

(Oct. 27, 2016) About 20 years ago, when Salisbury native Gary Weber walked into Snow Hill, he brought with him his love for theater, his knowledge of restaurants and a steady flow of income during the early century’s real estate boom to bring the culture of one of the world’s biggest cities to one of… Read more »

Owner calls new Snow Hill salon dream come true

(Oct. 20, 2016) If Betsy Brittingham were asked in April if she thought she’d be running her own salon in Snow Hill by October, the answer would have been “no.” While it was always her dream to have her own salon, at that point in April, she was just starting two new adventures: starting a… Read more »

World of Toys will make move to larger space, across street

(Oct. 13, 2016) Berlin’s World of Toys, a colorful downtown shop that has built a loyal customer base during the last four years, is moving next spring – across the street. Currently housed at 110 North Main Street, World of Toys will move into the much larger space on 115 North Main Street when Toy… Read more »

Diverse healing center in Berlin

(Sept. 29, 2016) Tucked in a small, round building in a peaceful section of woods near her home on 8341 Libertytown Road in Berlin, Chantal Birch Ashton operates a healing arts business that combines aspects of Reiki, yoga, and her background in herbal studies. Ashton’s training includes a degree in that field from American College… Read more »

Downtown Snow Hill salon announces Sept. 24 closing

(Sept. 8, 2016) Instead of marking its first anniversary in a new downtown location, the Courtney Brooke Salon in downtown Snow Hill announced last Wednesday that it would be closing effective Sept. 24. “Everyone will continue to work their regularly scheduled hours at Courtney Brooke Salon through September 24th. Owning Courtney Brooke Salon for the… Read more »

ResortQuest, Keller Williams to partner

(Sept. 1, 2016) Keller Williams Realty announces that 50 of the area’s top real estate professionals from ResortQuest are partnering with Keller Williams Realty on the Delaware Coast, making it one of the largest real estate firms in Sussex County. Since the early 1970s, ResortQuest by Wyndham Vacation Rentals has offered comprehensive vacation rental and… Read more »

Chesapeake Martial Arts offers more than karate at new Ocean Pines spot

(Aug. 18, 2016) Parents looking for a different kind of after-school or summer camp for their children should check out Chesapeake Martial Arts in the Ocean Pines Plaza on Cathell Road. The school has grown from teaching tae kwon do classes to the addition of kickboxing, tai chi, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, basic gymnastics and tumbling classes,… Read more »