CAMBRIDGE — A new partnership between students and city workers is targeting sidewalks in need of repair and familiarizing students with widely used professional technology. Dorchester County Public Schools Interim Superintendent Dave Bromwell announced on Tuesday, Dec. 3 that students from …
CAMBRIDGE — Chesapeake Ghosts, a ghost tour company operating year-round in eleven Eastern Shore towns, has announced that its 2019 Partner of the Year is Cambridge Main Street. Mindie Burgoyne, owner of Chesapeake Ghosts, presented a check for $1,000 to this non-profit that focuses on revit…
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SALISBURY — Twenty-two jail and correctional officers from Wicomico, Worcester, Somerset, Dorchester, Talbot and Caroline counties recently graduated in the 106th entrance-level class of the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy (ESCJA) operated by Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury.
CAMBRIDGE — The Dorchester County Council elected new leadership and announced the new head of the Department of Public Works Tuesday, Dec. 3, at a meeting in the council chamber in Cambridge.
CAMBRIDGE — The Smithsonian Water/Ways exhibit informed and entertained kids and adults for six weeks this fall in Dorchester. The traveling exhibit, part of the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street initiative, shared space at the Dorchester Center for the Arts with a local exhibit highlighti…
EASTON — Agricultural scientists are ringing the alarm as saltwater flooding along the Eastern Shore delivers an increasingly acute threat to humanity’s most vital necessities: viable farmlands and clean drinking water.
For a while, Destiny was on cloud nine with Howard, who treated her like a princess — and he was her prince. Although they were not yet married, she began treating Howard like her husband, and her son treated him like a father.
CAMBRIDGE — Earlier this fall, the Eastern Shore Area Health Education Center, in collaboration with the Eastern Shore Hospital Center in Cambridge, hosted a conference on “Transition Trauma in the Older Adult.”
CAMBRIDGE — Downtown Cambridge’s crab basket tree inspires local artists and signals the start of the Christmas season from its temporary position at the corner of Race Street and Gay Street.
HURLOCK — The goal to provide a wreath for every grave at the Eastern Shore Veterans Cemetery in Hurlock during National Wreaths Across America Day, Dec. 14, has been reached for 2019.
CAMBRIDGE — At the Thursday, Nov. 21 meeting of the Dorchester County Board of Education topics covered board salaries, upcoming training, and funding for the Kirwan Commission.
HURLOCK —A fire that began in one vehicle destroyed another vehicle and damaged a home on River Road in Hurlock late Wednesday, Nov. 20. The fire began in the engine compartment of the first vehicle, a 2010 Kia Sportage, and spread to a 2007 Kia Sportage and a single family dwelling, accordi…