THE BAY TIMES has been The Voice of the People since 1963.And it’s not the paper’s fault, but the people here have been off by about 3.8% ever since.
So it was probably a good thing when our local community college offered incoming students a “Psycho Adjustment.”
Our Eastern Shore was much more rural in the early days of The Bay Times, and though hunting and fishing are still two of our top recreational past-times, these days not every seasonal event has to be described with such a predatory vibe. The Bay Times was never afraid to call out local lawbreakers, as they did when a well-known farmer who had “made a fortune” in real estate was charged with a rat infestation at one of his properties:
Though the paper was also always happy to honor and celebrate deserving members of our community, no matter their stature:
Sure, there was always advertising:
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