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 …
After a successful career in technology and software, many people would choose to sit back and relax. But not John Wyatt. When he sold his sixth company in 2016, he discussed with his spouse, Jan, …
Cambridge – Under the blue sky of summer’s final day, students from the Horn Point Laboratory; Cambridge officials, Tom Carroll, city manager, Pat Escher, city planner, George Hyde, city …
As competitors in Saturday’s Ironman Maryland triathlon register at Long Wharf in Cambridge today, they each receive a special welcome from a local child. Thanks to an idea from late race …
CAMBRIDGE - Jenna Linthicum, the 2022 Dorchester Chamber Foundation McDonald’s Scholar, stopped by to visit with the team at McDonald’s as she prepared to head off to the University of …
ANNAPOLIS - As a new school year is about to begin, many educators still are trying to recoup some of the learning time lost during the earlier stages of the pandemic. Education officials …
CAMBRIDGE - School safety was the theme Aug. 17 as almost 100 new and recently hired Dorchester County Public Schools staff spent time learning and practicing the ALICE program. ALICE stands for …
Dorchester County Public Schools The Class of 2026 is invited to attend “Best of the Nest 101” on Aug. 17, 5:30-7 p.m. in the North Dorchester High School Auditorium. Meet ND staff and …
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CAMBRIDGE – Several hard-working students will have something valuable to show for their summer: three college credits. For the second summer, the High School Teacher University, a …
ATLANTA, Ga. - They may not have returned with the top award, but Jaelyn Byrd and Katelyn Masden are back from Atlanta, Ga. with terrific experiences and great memories. Jaelyn and Katelyn, rising …
The Dorchester Garden Club presented College Scholarship Awards to two young women from Dorchester County: Kaitlyn Bradley, a student at North Dorchester High School, and SaMara Spriggs, a student at …
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is now recruiting members for the Maryland Conservation Corps, an award-winning AmeriCorps program that engages young adults aged …
DORCHESTER COUNTY – Students from the county’s two public high schools – North Dorchester and Cambridge-South Dorchester – marked the completion of their local educations with …
ANNAPOLIS - Last Friday, Mace’s Lane Middle School launched a new state-of-the-art weapons detection system for all staff, students and parents entering the building. This system was funded …
Harvesting Hope Youth and Family Wellness Inc., in partnership with the Dorchester County Health Department, Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce, Dorchester County Economic Development, and …
CAMBRIDGE - Philip Albert, a 21-year teaching veteran of Dorchester County Public Schools, has been named the county’s Teacher of the Year for 2022-2023. Mr. Albert, a mathematics and …
WYE MILLS - Earth Data, Inc., based in Centreville, recently offered a free workshop to students participating in Chesapeake College’s TRiO Student Support Services. The program is a federally …
CAMBRIDGE - The Cambridge-South Dorchester High School 2022 Senior Class Play “Into the Woods” was performed over the weekend, to full houses. The play, which intertwines several Brothers …
SALISBURY - Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore will welcome over 3,500 students from seven counties when it hosts JA Inspire at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center on Tuesday, March 29 and …
CAMBRIDGE – Masks will be optional in Dorchester County schools, effective Monday, Feb. 28. The change was announced in an email from the Board of Education sent after 10 p.m. Friday, Feb. …
PRINCESS ANNE - UMES Extension is offering an in-person workshop March 3-4 to help farmers better understand agricultural tax issues associated with managing a farming operation.  The …
BALTIMORE – The Maryland State Board of Education voted 12-2 Tuesday to rescind its policy requiring masks in public schools. The decision could return control of the issue to local boards of …
FEDERALSBURG - Dorchester Career and Technology Center’s student chapter of the American Welding Society, led by teacher Chris Baker, recently visited M and M Carnot Refrigeration in …