'The Other Side of the Tracks' tells Dr. Reba Ross Hollingsworth's story

“The Other Side of the Tracks,” a new film produced by local historian Tom Summers, explores the early life and career of Dr. Reba Ross Hollingsworth. A legendary figure in Delaware, …

STEVENSVILLE - Just in time for Christmas, six Guiding Eyes for the Blind pups – Gary, Sama, Greer, Empire, Betty and Grant - were transported by Pilots to the Rescue from Guiding Eyes in New …
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 …
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 …
News of this month’s deadly tornado outbreak hitting Kentucky and other states sent shockwaves of sorrow across the nation. But it also sparked a spontaneous outpouring of Christmas spirit in …
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 …
Cambridge resident Gloria Rojas recently announced publication of her first book, “Fire Escapes.” Rojas was born in New York City in 1939. She grew up in The Bronx and spent nine years …
Cambridge - In March, Habitat for Humanity Choptank received a $25,000 grant from The Todd Fund to support Habitat for Humanity Choptank’s Helping Hands Revolving Loan Fund and its service to …
As part of its Brovember campaign, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Eastern Shore, Inc. is happy to highlight Dorchester County Big Brother Kris Dawson. Dawson became a mentor to help a child …
Holly Edwards, Choptank Elementary School’s physical education and health teacher, has been recognized by the Maryland Chapter of the Society of Health and Physical Education with a 2021 Simon A. …
SALISBURY – After a year’s hiatus yielding to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore are bringing back the …
No one was prepared for the havoc COVID-19 wreaked in the months after public health officials declared a pandemic and civic leaders directed everyday life be brought to a standstill. UMES senior …
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VIENNA — Visitors to Dorchester County’s largest living history event will enjoy hands-on interaction with a variety of activities on October 9 at the 10th annual Nanticoke River Jamboree …
SALISBURY — The Ward Museum opens a new exhibit “Oliver ‘Tuts’ Lawson: A Retrospective” this Friday, Sept. 24 with a reception 5 to 7 p.m. This debut display features …
PRESTON -- The Town of Preston and Maryland Sen. Addie Eckardt awarded Phyllis Frase with a Certificate of Appreciation for all she has done for Preston. In the past few years, Mrs. Frase …
VIENNA — A September tradition returned to Vienna over the weekend, as the 29th Annual Native American Festival once again took place on the banks of the Nanticoke River. The festival, hosted …
EASTON — The Departments of Social Services in Caroline, Dorchester, Queen Anne’s and Talbot counties recently hosted an appreciation event for area foster parents at the Talbot County …
ANNAPOLIS – The Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism and Maryland’s State Service Commission today opened nominations for the 2021 Governor’s Service Awards. …
CAMBRIDGE — The Third Annual Day of Resilience on Sept. 11 commemorated the theme, “Honoring our Ancestors by Reconnecting with Our Roots”. The event had proved to be so popular, it …
SALISBURY — Bishop LaTrelle Easterling, who now serves as the head of  the Peninsula-Delaware and Baltimore-Washington Annual conferences of The United Methodist Church, will meet with …
CAMBRIDGE — On Aug. 13, Apostle John Cornish opened St. John’s Holiness Church for a COVID-19 vaccination clinic and praise in an effort to defeat the virus. “As a leader of my …
MILTON -- Dancing has always been significant in the lives and culture of Native Americans. The dances play an important role in everything from celebration to ceremony. It is also the centerpiece of …
CAMBRIDGE — On Aug. 13, Apostle John Cornish opened St. John’s Holiness Church for a COVID-19 vaccination clinic and praise in an effort to defeat the virus. “As a leader of my …
The work of LEAD Maryland Foundation Program Director Debbie Simpkins has always been about  the role as stewards of the land. Over time, those roots have spread even further from forestry work …
CAMBRIDGE -- Chris Wheedleton spoke to members of the Rotary Club of Cambridge about the Partnership for Learning project he leads. A Dorchester County native, Mr. Wheedleton received his …
CAMBRIDGE -- Dorchester County Register of Wills Terry Wheatley spoke to members of the Rotary Club of Cambridge about some of the responsibilities of her office. She shared that the Register of …
CAMBRIDGE -- Dr. Mark Bowen, diversity/equity and inclusion officer for Coastal Hospice, recently spoke to members of the Rotary Club of Cambridge. Dr. Bowen earned a bachelor’s degree in …