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This follows my recent Cambridge Matters regarding the “transparency” requirement that Dorchester Citizens for Better Government is sponsoring (by petition) for approval by the voters in … 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
ANNAPOLIS – Feb. 7 was the introduction deadline for legislation in the Senate. SB 94 Public Health - Maryland Suicide Fatality Review Committee, which will establish a committee to identify … more
CAMBRIDGE – The many contributions made by local Black leaders are remembered in a series of banners now on display on Pine Street. In honor of Black History Month, the Groove City Black … 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 – Staff at the Dorchester County Public Library in Cambridge are reaching out to the public to gain support for renovations to the facility’s meeting room. A Jan. 20 … more
CAMBRIDGE – Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina has partnered with the Dorchester Chamber of Commerce, Ice Lab and Choptank Communications to sponsor the inaugural Ice … 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
United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore recently held its Annual Holiday Ball at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort in Cambridge, raising more than $185,000 through sponsorships, a virtual auction … 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
The Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area presented its 2021 Rising Up Awards during an event Dec. 9. These awards recognize the Dorchester County businesses, nonprofit heritage organizations and … 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
On Nov. 11, a crowd gathered at Advance Auto Parts at Dorchester Marketplace to cut the ribbon for the business’ new location in Cambridge. Representatives from the city, county and state … 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
A large, festive crowd of all ages gathered at the Rescue Fire Company Train Garden on Dec. 1 for the Dorchester Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours and ribbon cutting for opening night. This … 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
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