Local business
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 …
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 …
Development
CAMBRIDGE – A Feb. 19 statement from the Cambridge Police Department (CPD) said, “Last week, several officers went to many local businesses throughout the city, including our downtown …
Business Organizations
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 …
District 37 A and B legislators generally gave improved marks to the recent Annapolis session as Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce hosted a luncheon meeting Tuesday, April 30, at the Delmarva …
HEBRON — Hebron Savings Bank on April 17 announced the appointment of Frank J. Narr Jr. and Darron S. O. Whitehead to its board of directors beginning immediately. With these additions, Hebron …
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This team of writers, designers and managers has impressed the industry once again. Almost 30 industry awards were presented this month to the Independent Newsmedia team of Daily State News, …
Hebron Savings Bank Hebron Savings Bank recently made a $25,000 contribution to the TidalHealth Foundation supporting the SPARK campaign for graduate medical education (GME). In recognition …
PRINCESS ANNE — Common poultry diseases on the Eastern Shore, including avian influenza, is the topic of a Thursday, May 9 seminar that is free and open to the public at the University of …
Come for an evening with the stars. The 2024 Stars of the Banner Celebration returns to Cambridge with live music, good food and fun. This free, public celebration is presented by the Dorchester Banner …
As the nation's largest estuary, the Chesapeake Bay is a highly valued resource for more than 18 million people who live in its watershed. Producing about 500 million pounds of seafood each year, the …
CAMBRIDGE – The Dorchester Chamber of Commerce presented the 2024 C. Robert “Bob” Spedden Service Award to Dr. Paul Brant at the Annual Meeting on March 21. Bob Spedden was a …
DUNDALK, Md.— More than 1,000 small businesses have sought emergency federal loans to stay afloat following the March 26 collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge and closure of much of the Port …
Three Hundred and Fifty Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce members gathered to wine, dine, and be inspired at the Hyatt lChesapeake Thursday, March 21 from 5 to 9 p.m. The 78th Annual Membership Meeting and Dinner attendees represented a crossroads of the local community. State, County, Cambridge, and Hurlock officials were on hand. So, too, were those from the ranks of large and small businesses, agriculture, service organizations, and the nonprofit community.
Dorchester Chamber of Commerce 78th Annual Meeting and Dinner Keynote speaker, Wendy O’Sullivan, Superintendent for the Chesapeake National Gateways and Water Trails program, announced that Cambridge had been among six cities selected for a Chesapeake Gateways Community pilot program.
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s blue crab season officially opens April 1 in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries and the Atlantic Ocean and coastal bays. With the opening of a new …
ANNAPOLIS – Lieutenant Governor Aruna Miller and Maryland Department of Labor Secretary Portia Wu on March 6 honored Equal Pay Day, calling attention to a new Department of Labor report …
ANNAPOLIS — Watermen and commercial shuckers who sell fresh oyster shells and/or transport and plant fresh oyster shells as part of the Maryland Department of Natural Resource’s restoration …
Ubuntu Studio only recently hoisted its colorful ‘Open’ flag on Race Street. But partner/owners Mike Bryan and Jermaine Anderson are both on familiar ground when it comes to highlighting African American culture in Cambridge.
CAMBRIDGE - Starting Wednesday, March 20, the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa, and Marina welcomes those hoping to join its team. At the weekly events held 2-4 p.m. each Wednesday, interested applicants will be able to explore career opportunities in a variety of departments at the 342-acre Eastern Shore resort, and take part in on-the-spot interviews.
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