It is with pleasure that I welcome you to a very special place—Main Street Taneytown. We are proud of our merchants and what may be found so close to home. Since our recent “Streetscape” project, Main Street has truly come alive! Our many active Main Street businesses are eager to welcome you. Please take time to visit. I promise a time well spent. As Mayor, Main Street businessman, and resident myself, I can assure your experience will be a delight for the entire family. You’ll find a surprising array of businesses to serve your needs. Whether it’s visiting our retail shops, barbers and beauty shops (for people & pets!), our service businesses, or eateries, there is something for everyone—including a smile. Taneytown’s best asset is our people! We truly are a Small Town with a Big Heart!
We proudly present this new web site. Keep up on all that is happening on Main Street. Be sure to bookmark this site for easy reference in the future. You’ll be glad you did. As always, your comments are welcome. Feel free to contact me.
—Jim McCarron, Mayor
Taneytown stands proud this morning after the 7th Annual Carroll Biz Challenge held in Westminster, Maryland at the Carroll Arts Center. Two contestants from Taneytown made it to the final FIVE to pitch their business on stage in-front of a live audience and broadcasted live on the internet and television. First, lets introduce to you the […]
Relay for Life of Taneytown would like to express their heartfelt thank you to the City of Taneytown and its Town Council, as well as Economic Development Director Nancy McCormick, for helping us find our new home for Relay at Taneytown Memorial Park when our original date of June 2nd was rained out. Because of […]
Victoria Clausen is known for her lavish designs. After nearly twenty years in the floral event industry, Victoria has decided to fulfill her lifelong dream and open her own gift and flower shop, Floral Fêtes in Taneytown. Click HERE to continue reading this story at www.baltimorebridemagazine.com. Photographs provided by Floral Fêtes
Ms. Shea Archie became the 100th Taneytown Ambassador What includes confetti, a tiny crown, lots of smiles, and a huge sense of civic pride? The 100th Taneytown Ambassador being certified and pre- sented with her credentials of course! On May 3rd at Trinity Social Hall, Ms. Shea Archie officially became the 100th person to be […]
Students from the Francis Scott Key High School (FSK) Drama Class spent the morning of Friday, May 4th, at Dunkin Donuts in Taneytown, Maryland. Together with Sargent Brian Jestes, Councilman Joe Vigliotti, Corpl. Brian Shaefer, and Officer Adam Romero, funds were raised for Relay For Life. Great job guys!!