CAMBRIDGE — Teachers, administrators, school board members and Dorchester County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Diana Mitchell all agree they need more help.

HURLOCK — Mid-Shore Community Foundation’s Artistic Insights Fund was established in 2010 to support the arts in the Mid-Shore region by providing access and awareness to visual, literary, performing and experimental arts.

CRISFIELD — Crisfield High boys’ head basketball coach David Arnold is missing baseball preseason, and doesn’t care.

ANNAPOLIS — The Eastern Shore of Maryland Educational Consortium attended the Eastern Shore Delegation meeting Friday, March 1., to talk about the impact on public education systems within Eastern Shore counties.

SHILOH — The North Dorchester High School Senior Class play will be “Beauty and the Beast,” being performed at the school from March 7 to March 10.

GOLDEN HILL — Kyla Diggs, second runner-up in the 2019 Miss Outdoors Pageant at South Dorchester School Feb. 22, was named Miss Congeniality during the show for the second consecutive year.

ANNAPOLIS — After several days of debate, a Senate bill to effectively rescind Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s executive order starting Maryland public schools after Labor Day passed 31-13 on Tuesday, with Democrats voting yes and Republicans voting no.

CAMBRIDGE — Swimmers in 22 events established meet records Saturday afternoon, Feb. 2, at the inaugural Bayside Conference swimming championships at the Robbins Family YMCA.

LANDOVER — The Cambridge-South Dorchester High School indoor track team scored two victories Monday, Feb. 4, in the Class 1A East Region indoor track and field championship at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex.

CAMBRIDGE — Coming into the Thursday, Jan. 31, game against North Caroline, Cambridge-South Dorchester High boys’ head basketball coach Marty Bailey was missing an important puzzle piece.

EASTON — Effective full-court pressure by the Warriors’ starting five led to a 28-point third quarter Thursday evening and a rout of North Dorchester.

SHILOH — There were plenty of emotions at the Tuesday night, Jan. 22, Colonel Richardson-North Dorchester boys’ hoops game. But in the end, the crowd celebrated together.