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CAMBRIDGE – A man being held in connection with a double homicide on Jan. 25 is dead. On Feb. 5, the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the Dorchester County … more
CAMBRIDGE - On Jan. 13, Cambridge Waterfront Development Inc. acquired the former Dorchester General Hospital property, including the 17.2 acres of land, the decommissioned hospital and three medical … more
To help Dorchester County grapple with the rapidly spreading COVID-19 omicron variant, the health department has expanded drive-thru testing hours and capabilities. The department’s … more
CAMBRIDGE – Increasingly frustrated city residents and business owners are looking for a resolution to the condition of a structure in the heart of downtown. After standing vacant for many … more
As the sun began its downward descent on Dec. 24, lightly jingling bells could be heard, first in a Caroline County cornfield, then at the base of an ancient towering tulip poplar, later sparking … more
CAMBRIDGE – Everyone is invited to mark their calendars for Jan. 28-29, when downtown Cambridge hosts the Eastern Shore’s first Ice & Oyster Fest. The free event will feature ice … more
At approximately 7:48 a.m. on Dec. 7, 1941, the first of 360 Japanese bombers, fighters and torpedo aircraft struck in a two-wave assault on the U.S. Naval Yard in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The surprise … more
Despite winter being on the doorstep, Dorchester Career and Technology Center’s Greenhouse horticulture students remain busy in the field. For the 12th year, they are helping make spirits … more
CAMBRIDGE - Choptank River fishing or cruising enthusiasts who donate to the 2021 “Pleasant Holidays” virtual fundraiser could be in for a treat. Edgar’s Heating and Air … more
The divisive task of taking statues down has been occupying many communities. But in Cambridge, a unifying yearlong movement has centered around putting one up. The grassroots community … more
Cambridge’s groundbreaking RAR brewery is off to a spirited start as the holiday season launches. The homegrown miracle on Poplar Street is making fresh headway welcoming its third expansion … more
On Saturday, Nov. 6, Dr. Santo A. Grande, president and CEO of Delmarva Community Services, gathered with the community he’s served for 46 years in front of the building he long envisioned … more
CAMBRIDGE - Nearly 200 bikers came together Saturday, Oct. 16, to ride the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway, visiting iconic sites along the way and raising more than $12,000 for the … more
CAMBRIDGE — The Groove City Black Heritage & Culture Group held its 3rd Annual Groove City Culture Fest on Aug. 21 and 22.The festival had gained so much interest over the previous month … more
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