News
CAMBRIDGE — Delmarva Community Services, Inc. has announced the appointment of Andrew Hollis of Easton as president and CEO of its organization, effective July 1. Hollis currently serves …
CAMBRIDGE — Following a national search, the Board of Education of Dorchester County has announced the selection of Dr. Jymil Thompson as superintendent of Dorchester County Public Schools. Dr. …
SALISBURY—The Delmarva community is invited to Liberation & Light: Juneteenth Solstice Celebration. Join the Lower Shore Value-Aligned Partnership at Pemberton Historical Park for a day of …
The Dorchester Banner brought together some of the people who make the community a better place, through their excellence in business and in volunteerism. Winners from the 2024 Stars of the Banner …
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Sports
NDHS softball All-Stars The North Bayside softball coaches met June 3 to make All-Star selections. North Dorchester High School’s Emilee Cohee was selected as pitcher of the year for the …
SHILOH – North Dorchester High School has announced April Athletes of the Month. The school released the following statement: Varsity Girls – Julianna Vroman (10th Grade) - Varsity …
NEWARK — The Delaware football team won’t have to go far to face its newest opponent. UD announced that it will play a 2028 game at Maryland as it begins to play as a Division I FBS …
Business
The Board of Directors of Cambridge Waterfront Development, Inc. (CWDI) announced that it “regretfully” accepted the resignation of founding board member Rich Zeidman, effective at the …
DENTON – Choptank Electric Cooperative held its 86th Annual Meeting on April 25 at The Fountains Wedding and Conference Center with over 350 guests in attendance. Members re-elected three board …
Cambridge
CAMBRIDGE — During the week prior to May 25, the Cambridge Police Department was made aware of an unsanctioned/unauthorized event that was named “Freaknik” by its creators that was …
CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge Police Department (CPD) last week announced the 2023 CPD Officer of the Year, Corporal Jed Wooters and his K9 partner Leo. During the 2023 calendar year, it was …
CAMBRIDGE - Community members were nominated and approved to serve on the Citizens Search Committee for a new city manager during the Monday, May 20, City Council meeting. David Deutsch, acting …
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Wes Moore has vetoed a bill that could have impacted Maryland’s local journalism industry in the future. House Bill 1258, if signed, would have ended a requirement …
Neighbors
Retired Cambridge Police Chief Russell Wroten led the force for 30 of his 38 years of service. He not only holds the record for the longest to serve as chief locally, but in the U.S. overall. On …
For women and girls of a certain age, sanitary pads and tampons aren’t luxury items; they’re necessities for functioning at work, school, and home. And like everything else, their cost continues climbing. For many, the ongoing need to purchase these must-have feminine hygiene products can be a nuisance and a budgetary challenge, especially for those suffering from fibroids and heavy monthly periods.
For most kids, a love of cars comes from playing with Matchbox and Hot Wheels mini toy treasures. But brothers Russ and Matt, owners of R&M Performance “Super Shop” in Cambridge, …
Things to Do
Greg Leonard

Spectrum: DCA announces Greg Leonard Creative Camp for Young Artists

CAMBRIDGE — In a heartfelt tribute to Gregory Allen Leonard, who left an indelible mark on the hearts of all who knew him, DCA, …
The Agroecology Lab, under the direction of Dr. Kate Tulley, explores the interface of agriculture and ecology.

SALT (Salinity Affected Lands In Transition) Conference in Cambridge June 11-12

Saltwater intrusion represents one of the foremost challenges related to climate change facing farmers in coastal communities in the …
The first Readers and Riders Appleseeds Books Storytime was a hit on Easter Monday at R & M Performance in Cambridge.  The second event takes place Monday, June 17. (Contributed photo)

Hot rod revival hub hosts story time

For most kids, a love of cars comes from playing with Matchbox and Hot Wheels mini toy treasures. But brothers Russ and Matt, owners …
Schools
Board of Education meeting The Board of Education of Dorchester County will conduct an open session Thursday at 4:30 p.m. After the start of the open session, the board will meet in closed …
The Dorchester County Public Schools budget won approval by a 3-1 School Board vote Monday, June 3. But when a cost-cutting proposal to absorb media specialists into classrooms aroused a public outcry, the idea was quickly taken off the table by the administration.
School tests complete Testing is now over for the spring, and last week administrators thanked students for their participation, families for ensuring their children were well rested and …
Opinion
Opinion
As you may recall, I intended to deliver a message to the community once a month. However, with the recent litigation, and then mediation, between CWDI and the city I decided to hold off on my …
ANNAPOLIS —In an OpEd published today , the Joint Republican Caucus issued the first “Moore Taxes, Moore Fees” report of the current four-year term. Since taking office in …
The members of the Maryland-Delaware-DC Press Association are deeply concerned about the potential consequences of Maryland House Bill 1258 on local journalism.
I am a concerned Ocean Pines, Maryland, citizen who is appalled by the unsightly litter along our roads and waterways in our otherwise beautiful Eastern Shore. It’s time to actually do something to deal with this issue.
The Alabama Supreme Court, citing Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, has ruled that the frozen embryos used in IVF (in vitro fertilization) are children and entitled to all the protections …
Last week's Viewpoint page featured an open letter submitted by the Maryland House Republican Caucus expressing their concerns that a juvenile sex offender convicted of second-degree rape …
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