News
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland State Parks are completing 15 projects with the assistance of a new grant program of the Friends of Maryland State Parks, improving trails and habitats and enhancing …
SALISBURY — On Sept. 14, the Honorable K. Dean, Associate Judge of the Circuit Court for Wicomico County, sentenced Tyrone Camper, 32 years of age, of Cambridge, to 24 years imprisonment in the …
ANNAPOLIS — Archery hunting for white-tailed and sika deer opens statewide Sept. 10, and continues through Jan. 31, 2022, said officials from the Maryland Department of Natural …
PHILADELPHIA – The Federal Emergency Management Agency will evaluate a Biennial Radiological Emergency Preparedness Exercise at the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant. The exercise will occur …
BALTIMORE — U.S. District Judge Stephanie A. Gallagher sentenced Tavon Dwayne Banks, age 37, of Cambridge, Maryland, to 10 years in federal prison, followed by five years of supervised release, …
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Sports
CAMBRIDGE — They saved their scoring for the second half, but when they started, the Cambridge-South Dorchester High School Vikings overwhelmed the visiting James M. Bennett Clippers, 32-14. …
PRINCESS ANNE — The University of Maryland Eastern Shore Department of Athletics mourns the loss of former Maryland State University Football and NFL star Roger Brown who has died at the age of …
CAMBRIDGE — In Cambridge-South Dorchester High School’s first regular-season game of the 2021 fall season, the Vikings beat the visiting Snow Hill Eagles. The game was marred by penalties …
Business
PRINCESS ANNE — After much hard work Positive Reinforcement Inc. is ready to hold its grand opening noon Monday, Sept. 20, at its office 30260 Mt. Vernon Road, next to Spike’s Pub in the …
CAMBRIDGE — Members of the Dorchester Chamber of Commerce were joined by elected officials and guests Saturday at Sailwinds Park to celebrate the Chamber’s 100 years of business advocacy …
Neighbors

29th Annual Native American Festival returns to Vienna

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 …

Today In Salisbury's History: Tuesday, Sept. 16, 1975

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 1975 -- Its new pool is about to open and the YMCA in Salisbury is launching a membership drive to ensure it’s filled with people. According to YMCA President Thomas C. …

Mid-Shore departments of social services host foster parent crab feast appreciation event

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 …
Things to Do

Theme for this 3rd Friday in Downtown Salisbury is Urban Landscapes

This week’s 3rd Friday in Downtown Salisbury will be held outdoors with artists and crafters filling the streets, live music, and …

Things to Do: Allegheny Trio to perform Sept. 29

Allegheny Trio to perform Sept. 29 The Allegheny Trio performs its fall concert “Spice of Life” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 29, …
Presented by ShoreRivers, the Wye River Band will perform an end-of-summer concert at the Shaw Bay Raft-Up Concert near the mouth of the Wye River, Saturday, Sept. 11 from 4-6 p.m.

Shaw Bay Raft-Up concert with The Wye River Band Saturday, Sept. 11

Celebrate the end of summer with the Miles-Wye Riverkeeper and the Wye River Band at the Shaw Bay Raft-Up Concert on Saturday, Sept. …
Schools
WESTOVER — The SkillsUSA Chapter at Somerset County Technical High School is fundraising with a back to school Krispy Kreme doughnut sale. The price is $9 per dozen with orders due Monday, …
WESTOVER — For the fourth time since 2007 a Cavins sibling will represent students as a non-voting member on the Somerset County Board of Education. Cassidy Cavins, a junior at Washington …
PRINCESS ANNE — The University of Maryland Eastern Shore moved a step closer to meeting President Heidi M. Anderson’s goal of being a “Top 10” historically black institution …