Local business
CAMBRIDGE — U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) visited The Packing House on July 16, touring the old Phillips Packing House structure with a group of local officials, business owners and …
CAMBRIDGE — Rotarian Amanda Hailey, Community Outreach Coordinator for the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, spoke recently to the Rotary Club of Cambridge. During her talk, Ms. Hailey …
Development
WASHINGTON – On July 7, U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), Chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government, sent a letter to Treasury Secretary …
Business Organizations
The Beach to Bay Heritage Area will be holding its annual luncheon this year on Thursday, Oct. 28 in the the Richard A. Henson Center on the campus of UMES in Princess Anne.   This …
CRISFIELD — The J. Millard Tawes Crab & Clam Bake will be back this year but not on the third Wednesday in July. Danny Thompson, a Clam Bake committee co-chair and executive director of …
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CAMBRIDGE — Six local youths took important steps into their future careers on June 29, when they signed commitments as part of the Apprenticeship Maryland program. The ceremony took place at …
COLLEGE PARK — New start-up and potential aquaculture farmers will soon have use of an online business planning tool that will provide foresight into their likelihood of success. Matt Parker, …
CAMBRIDGE — When a classic restaurant reopens in downtown Cambridge this month, it will do so with a new twist.Longtime owners, Amanda Bramble and Tim Wright, of Jimmie & Sook’s have …
Special to Dorchester Banner/Brent BurkhardtNatalie Ruark checks water clarity at Hoopers Island Oyster Co. docks on Tedious Creek in Crocheron CAMBRIDGE — Hoopers Island Oyster Co. has initiated …
Submitted photoDELCO Packaging owner David DeLuca, left, and his son Dominic, center, presented personal protective equipment to Cambridge Rescue Fire Company First Assistant Chief Brad Walters. …
CAMBRIDGE — The Dorchester Banner is currently holding its inaugural Stars of the Banner contest.Stars of the Banner is a contest that allows readers to nominate and vote on their favorite …
CAMBRIDGE — The Dorchester Banner is currently holding its inaugural Stars of the Banner contest. Stars of the Banner is a contest that allows readers to nominate and vote on their favorite …
Peter Franchot ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is calling for immediate financial support to Maryland citizens to keep homes and businesses afloat. Calling the aid “Direct …
Teacher Hannah Abt was recently recognized by the Rotary Club for her successful first year. CAMBRIDGE — The Rotary Club of Cambridge recently recognized a top teacher, welcomed a new member, and …
Submitted photo/Welcome to Hurlock MarylandMany of those who live in the area have driven by the Perdue Grainery on Rt. 392 in Hurlock at one time or another and seen a large white tarp covering a …
ANNAPOLIS — Despite personal feelings against natural gas as a fuel source the Maryland Board of Public Works was unanimous in granting a tidal wetlands permit that allows the Eastern Shore …
ANNAPOLIS — Despite personal feelings against natural gas as a fuel source the Maryland Board of Public Works was unanimous in granting a tidal wetlands permit that allows the Eastern Shore …
Julie Crain CAMBRIDGE — Julie Crain, founder and Executive Director for the Harriett’s House, recently spoke to the Rotary Club of Cambridge. Her job includes establishing and overseeing the …
BALTIMORE — The Maryland Department of the Environment’s Tidal Wetlands Division is recommending the Board of Public Works (BPW) grant a wetlands permit to Chesapeake Utilities to allow for the …
Submitted photo/Choptank Veterinary HospitalShayla is 19, and a Dorchester County Native. She is currently an assistant at Choptank Veterinary Hospital and a student at Florida Atlantic University, …