News
SALISBURY - On Nov. 30, after a three-day jury trial presided over by the Honorable Kathleen L Beckstead, chief judge of the Circuit Court for Wicomico County, Damon Hall, 26, of Cambridge, was …
Fisherman’s body found Maryland Natural Resources Police recovered the body of a missing fisherman on Sunday morning. Coast Guard crews, along with Natural Resources Police, Maryland …
CAMBRIDGE - Thanks to a speed tracker placed on Somerset Avenue over the summer, the Cambridge Police Department recently recorded a vehicle traveling at least 90 mph, according to a statement from …
CAMBRIDGE - At first glance, it was another busy Monday afternoon in historic Circuit Courtroom Number One. But this particular Monday, Nov. 21, presided over by County Administrative Judge …
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources reminds commercial crabbers who harvest any hard blue crabs (male or female) in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries that the …
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Sports
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Jalen Hurts ran for 157 yards to set an Eagles record for a quarterback, and Packers QB Aaron Rodgers suffered an oblique injury in Philadelphia’s 40-33 victory over Green Bay …
CRISFIELD — Project Xposure is partnering with the Crisfield Housing Authority this year to host the second annual Turkey Bowl & Food Drive at Somers Cove Apartments with the first game …
CAMBRIDGE - Congratulations were sent last week to Cambridge-South Dorchester and North Dorchester High School Athletes of the Month for October. The athletes are chosen not only for their …
Business
Producing crab meat isn’t just a profitable industry in Maryland – it’s an art.  That art, mastered by seafood processors along the Maryland shore, is threatened by a lack …
PRINCESS ANNE — Plans are being finalized and registration is now open for the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Extension Small Farm Conference slated for November 4-5. The annual event …
Cambridge
Because of concerns over the increasing level and frequency of violence in Cambridge, the City Council is studying a possible solution. But not everyone is on board with it. On Nov. 14, the …
CAMBRIDGE – Four juveniles and one man were arrested early Friday after Cambridge Police Department officers used spike strips to end a multi-car pursuit that began in Ocean City. On Nov. …
CAMBRIDGE - Applications are still being accepted for organizations wishing to apply for the Community Arts Grants program for fiscal year 2023. The deadline for receipt of applications for round two …
For more than 40 years, Carolyn Simmons and Rudell Molock were workplace colleagues at Meredith and Meredith Seafood Packing House in Toddville. Last week, the two reunited as friendly …
Neighbors
CAMBRIDGE – A visitor to One Mission Cambridge at 614 Race St. will meet a variety of people seeking food, resource referral or just a listening ear. The range of services the organization …
The evidence-based Count the Kicks stillbirth prevention campaign is expanding to Delaware and Maryland with the help of funds raised through Lainey’s Lap of Love, a fundraising 5K held Oct. 23 …
BALTIMORE — During GivingTuesday, November 29, the VA Maryland Health Care System encourages the community to help support local veterans through charitable donations or volunteer …
Things to Do
DJ and music artist Jonathan “JMor” Morris.

Seasonal Second Saturday at DCA for December

Dorchester Center for the Arts invites everyone to a seasonal Second Saturday reception on Dec. 10, from 5-7 p.m. Enjoy festive …
One of the possible prizes for a $25 donation to the Pleasant Holidays fundraiser at Pleasant Day Medical Adult Day Care is an artificial wreath of roses and magnolia blossoms designed and donated by Joh’s Four Seasons Florist..

Pleasant Day holding virtual fundraiser

There is still time to be part of the Pleasant Holidays virtual fundraiser for Pleasant Day Medical Adult Day Care in Cambridge. The …
Portrait of Kristin Jones, Koko – by Teri Edgeworth

‘Stigma Highlighted: Portraits of Recovery’ coming to DCA

For January 2023, Dorchester Center for the Arts is pleased to welcome a traveling exhibition from the Art League of Ocean City, …
Schools
EASTON - Mid-Shore Pro Bono has named Katrina Hibdon, of Dunkirk, and Emily Marshall, of East New Market, as the nonprofit’s 2022 Sandy Brown Public Interest fall interns. The paid …
ND students take part in ROTC program Dorchester Banner EASTON – North Dorchester High School students, members of the Naval Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Program, took part in …
CAMBRIDGE – Nine students in the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Science Program at Dorchester Career & Technology Center received their personalized lab coats on Nov. 9. The event marked …
Opinion
Opinion
“Ada Limón is a poet who connects.” This was how Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden introduced the 24th poet laureate of the United States, whose tenure began Sep. 29. ...
Nancy Quinn is a 40-year veteran of high school teaching and is now retired and volunteering. In my experience, most Americans are tolerant, caring people. This is no longer a place for White …
Michelle A. Taylor is the president and CEO of United Way of Delaware. Thanksgiving is here, the weather has turned colder, and the party invitations are starting to arrive. I love this time of …
You are invited to attend the Forum on Youth on Nov. 28, at 6 p.m., in person or by watching on Town Hall Streams at townhallstreams.com. The purpose of this forum is to hear from you, the police …
My 23-month-old Labrador, Thurber, makes me laugh out loud at least five times every day. ...
As we celebrate National Rural Health Day this year, we are reminded that a strong community is rooted in its people. ...