DENTON — Choptank Electric is now accepting applications for the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s (NRECA) 2020 Youth Tour program, which will take place June 21-25, 2020 in Washington, D.C.

TRAPPE —– As winter sets in, decorations are being taken down, and the cold gray days are upon us. But there is a bright spot outside, under the eaves at the Trappe firehouse where the holiday spirit lives on.

CAMBRIDGE – Development continues in Cambridge as new stores near completion, and the process of building Dorchester’s new hospital location moves a step forward after a recent transfer of property.

CAMBRIDGE — The Dorchester County Council heard a letter detailing citizen concerns about EMS coverage at their meeting on the evening of Monday, Jan. 7 in Cambridge.

HURLOCK – The Hurlock Town Council welcomed a new wellness business to town and discussed legislative priorities in addition to other town business at a meeting on Monday evening in Hurlock.

Dorchester County Health Department, Harvesting Hope Youth and Family Wellness, and Mace’s Lane Middle School welcomes students to attend the third annual Youth Expo, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 8 from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. at Mace’s Lane Middle School. The event is free and for middle and high sc…

Everyone needs to get away once in a while. By letting shelter animals visit homes for a sleep-over, Dorchester County’s Baywater Animal Rescue has found a way to give them a break from the shelter. Some even use this opportunity to find a new home.

CAMBRIDGE — Local organizations and law enforcement are working together to combat human trafficking in Dorchester County, and they need people to help them with this mission. January is recognized as Human Trafficking Awareness Month in Dorchester, Maryland, and across the nation, but the r…

CAMBRIDGE — For more than a dozen years, the Nanticoke Historic Preservation Alliance (NHPA) has been building an organization committed to the history of three cultures—Native People, African Americans and European settlers — that once lived in what is known as the Indiantown, just north of…

CAMBRIDGE – The County Council proclaimed the month of January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month in Dorchester at their meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 7 in Cambridge. With the proclamation, Dorchester joins the state and federal government in making the designation for January to bring attentio…

Bromwell explained that the plan to improve the climate, culture, and safety in the coming year for teachers and staff included behavior and discipline improvement through the evaluation of and continuation of present practices within DCPS.

CAMBRIDGE — Merrymakers in downtown Cambridge celebrated New Years Eve with the third annual Boat Drop near the Crab Basket Tree at the corner of Race Street and Gay Street. The Groove City Lady made her way down the more than 60 feet of track twice on New Year’s Eve — once for a crowd with …