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CAMBRIDGE – On April 1, after a four-day trial, a jury sitting in the Circuit Court for Dorchester County convicted Dayon Shymere Lofland, 22, of first-degree murder, second-degree murder, … more
CAMBRIDGE – Thomas S. Hutchinson announced, in front of a crowd of supporters and well-wishers in downtown Cambridge on Thursday, March 24, that he will be running for the Maryland House of … more
CAMBRIDGE – On March 15, Dorchester seniors got a first look at their new center in Cambridge, the Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Intergenerational Center, also called Chesapeake Grove. The … more
CAMBRIDGE - The 2022 Dorchester Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Dinner was held March 16 at the Hyatt Resort. The group represents 465 businesses and organizations, along with 22 associate … more
CAMBRIDGE - The Commissioners of Cambridge on March 18 announced the selection of Thomas Carroll of Silverton, Ohio, as the city manager of Cambridge. Carroll is currently the village manager of … 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
CAMBRIDGE – A 16-year-old suspect is being held after shootings which wounded another teen and a 7-year-old child. On March 20 at approximately 4:52 p.m., Cambridge Police responded to the … 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
ANNAPOLIS – Bills including the following have begun moving through the Maryland House of Delegates and State Senate. SB 288 Talbot County - Board of Education - Election of Officers, which … more
CAMBRIDGE - State Fire Marshal Brian S. Geraci awarded a local veterinarian's office a unit citation for their work in a fatal fire investigation that tragically took the lives of two people on New … more
In 2021, the Dorchester Chamber of Commerce celebrated 100 years since its founding in 1921.  However, because of the pandemic, the 2021 annual meeting to celebrate that landmark had to be done … 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
When the new Harriet Tubman sculpture is unveiled this fall, many of the newly laid bricks in the plaza on which she will stand will bear the names of former enslaved Dorchester County residents, as … more
ANNAPOLIS - The Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review receives copies of all regulations of each state agency, reviewing regulations with regard to the legislative … more
On Valentine’s Day and Super Bowl Sunday weekend, while many county residents rushed around stocking up for romantic dinners and parties, throngs of local oyster lovers made it the biggest … more
CAMBRIDGE — For more than a century, the Dorchester Banner’s mission has been to educate and celebrate the Heart of Chesapeake Country, and to fulfill that mission, we have published … 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
CHURCH CREEK - Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has announced that in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Harriet Tubman and the fifth anniversary of its opening, the Harriet Tubman … more
ANNAPOLIS - Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many small businesses have taken a hit that has caused harm to many business owners in District 37. This week, I wanted to highlight a few bills that have … 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
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