Chestertown Stories

Coco’s Pet Center Returns to Chestertown

By Ellen Uzelac When Heide Hood first visited Chestertown, she felt a calm come over her. “The whole place spoke to me. It was quiet, peaceful, relaxing. I loved the town and the community and wanted to be a part of it,” she says. “Coco’s 

Lost in Chestertown: What Does An Out-of-Towner See On a Visit to Chestertown?

  Have you ever wondered how Chestertown looks to those who don’t live here? Lost in Chestertown is the first in a series of stories where Main Street Chestertown invites talented artists, photographers and writers from-away to share their visits through their own eyes. By 

Chestertown Real Estate Market Sizzles; Who’s Our New Neighbor?

By Ellen Uzelac   Want to know two of the hottest words in Chestertown right now? FOR SALE.   The real estate market in Chestertown and throughout Kent County is on fire. Sure, mortgage interest rates, hovering at three percent, are at a historic low 


Robert Ortiz has been making fine furniture for over 30 years, 20 of those years right here in downtown Chestertown. Bob has created his own unique style, combining elements of the Japanese and Shaker woodworking traditions. He uses exquisite woods, that he hand-selects with his 

Andy Goddard – RiverArts

The mission of RiverArts is “to be the place where the Arts meet the community,” and this vibrant community arts center delivers on its promise with dynamic and evolving programming. It fills its four locations in the Historic District— a gallery, a clay studio, an 

Jaye Jacobs/Flow Salonspa

Since 2009, Kent County native Jaye Owings has been fulfilling her passion for beauty and conservation at Flow Salonspa, where Jaye and her talented team of stylists, spa therapists and nail therapists offer a holistic approach to wellness. An Aveda salon, Owings demonstrates her commitment