Watershed Chronicle — Times Must Be Tougher Than I Thought: Lowering The Bar For “Company Of The Year”

From the Watershed Chronicle —-

In my current position as freelance pain in the ass and media critic, I frequently am privy to all sorts of interesting information about the goings on around here.  Some of it is rumor, some is insider info, some of it is sour grapes, and I try to be selective about what I report here as it can sometimes be hard to tell the difference.  Today, I received a tip that was so shocking as to be unbelievable.  But I’ve lived here long enough to know that “you scratch my back, I scratch yours” is a long-standing way of life in some circles, so it’s not quite as unbelievable as it first seemed, I suppose.

Every year, the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce holds an awards gala where they name, among other things, a Company of the Year.  According to my information, this year, on June 18, the Chamber will bestow that previously prestigious award to none other than Chesapeake Publishing. 

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