News & Notices
Federal NEPA Process to Include Four Preliminary Bay Crossing Study Alternatives: Three Corridors and No Build
As part of Tier 1 of the ongoing Chesapeake Bay Crossing Study, the federal environmental process is taking to the public four preliminary alternatives, including three preliminary corridors and a no-build alternative.
You will still be serviced by the same team of professionals you’ve come to know with your time working with Waste Industries, maintaining our commitment to a safe, sustainable, and honest service unlike any other in the industry.
The Cecilton Volunteer Fire Company continues to urge citizens of Cecil County to visit their local fire station to learn more regarding the volunteer fire service. CVFC is still seeking experienced BLS providers. Send your resume to
Since 1972, a historic log cabin has resided in the backyard of the Historical Society of Cecil County. The centuries old structure, with its Cecil County Arts Council garden, is a lovely sight, but it’s in danger of falling down.
The Craig Family, Town of Cecilton and Community will be erecting a permanent Memorial for our local hero Corporal Brandon Michael Craig. Royal Farms has generously donated a flag pole and bench. We are currently raising funds to pay for the Memorial Stone.
The Spring 2019 edition is available as download as a pdf, which you can get here: Connections Vol. 23
With the American flag waving in the wind overhead, community members gathered Monday morning at the Union Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church’s cemetery to dedicate a recently installed flagpole and bench to the men and women who served and protected the country.
Mayor Joseph A. Zang, III, discusses traffic problems that have arisen after the opening of the 301 Bypass.
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If you answered YES to any of these questions, then take a few minutes and learn about participating in the next class of the Cecil County Watershed Stewards Academy.
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