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As director of the nonprofit Cambridge Waterfront Development Inc., Matt Leonard considers himself a partner with an adopted community he's come to treasure.  "My wife and I moved to … more
CAMBRIDGE – Artist Miriam Moran and a group of volunteers took their social activism to the streets Saturday, as they retouched the Black Lives Matter mural in the 400 block of Race … more
Everyone is invited to celebrate Juneteenth on Race and Pine streets this Saturday, June 18. Two downtown murals will provide scenic and meaningful backdrops to Juneteenth community celebrations, … more
Since its creation in the 1930s, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge near Cambridge has been a must-see destination for viewing breathtaking flora and fauna.  Now, in addition to marsh and … more
Sunday morning’s fog lifted just in time for over 270 swimmers to set off from Ferry Point Marina on the Talbot side of the Choptank River for the Dorchester County Visitor’s Center for … more
CAMBRIDGE – Streets in downtown Cambridge were brightened Friday by the sound of music and children’s laughter. The occasion was a special event organized by local activists and endorsed … more
CAMBRIDGE - At its April 28 board meeting, Cambridge Waterfront Development Inc. voted to brand its development area Cambridge Harbor and adopt the brand’s tagline, “Lured by the … more
During a St. Patrick’s Day tour celebrating Eastern Shore business and heritage, Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot stopped in Cambridge to recognize three Race Street establishments, Black … more
The 2022 issue of Destination Maryland, the state’s official travel magazine, once again presents a pleasing photogenic panorama, beckoning visitors to explore each region’s outstanding … more
CAMBRIDGE, Md. — For most folks, not winning the lottery won’t impact their very survival. But for Dorchester County crab houses, losing out in the crucial visiting worker program visa sweepstakes is spelling disaster. more
I want to fill my calling, And to give the best in me, To guard my every neighbor And protect his property” - Fireman’s Prayer For 53 years, as a member of the Rescue Fire … more
Dorchester County is a beautiful area with deep historical significance and growing economic opportunities. The 2022 “Water Moves Us” economic profile was released this month, a glossy … more
CAMBRIDGE – A $1 million grant awarded to University of Maryland Shore Regional Health by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development will be dedicated to the Four Eleven … more
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
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