Habitat Choptank dedicates homes

CAMBRIDGE — Habitat for Humanity Choptank dedicated two homes in Cambridge in the month of September. On Sept. 7, family, friends, public officials, and Habitat homebuyers, board, staff, and volunteers gathered in Cambridge to dedicate Habitat Choptank’s 81st home with homebuyer Lakesha Beasley. Two weeks later, on Sept. 21, invitees, family, and friends gathered again […]

Delmarva Power plans line upgrade

CAMBRIDGE — Delmarva Power will be hosting a community open house from 6 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 23 at Delmarva Community Services, 2450 Cambridge Beltway to provide its customers and communities with input where they can meet DP’s project team and learn more about the following project. According to a letter sent to Delmarva […]

Choptank Bowling Center wins match

The following are the results from each match of Cup Clash IV SINGLES: Each match was two games in length. Winners get five points for their centers, second place got three points, third place got two points, fourth place got one point. LADIES MATCH #1: Michelle Purcell (SouthBound) – 443 Margo Morris (Choptank) – 344 […]

C-SDHS Interact Club receives citation

CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge South Dorchester High School Interact Club was recently presented with the Rotary International Presidential Citation for Interact Clubs for school year 2018-19. The Citation was presented to the officers of the Club at a Pep Rally in front of the entire student body. Cambridge Rotarian Phil Reed introduced the officers of […]

Sunset Yoga slated for Oct. 25 in Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE — Yoga lovers can now sign on for a special session coming up on the waterfront in Cambridge on Oct. 25. Heather Rupp of the award-winning Ebb Tide Wellness Studio in Easton will lead the vinyasa class outside the Choptank River Lighthouse at Long Wharf. Afterward, the Lighthouse will welcome participants to enjoy sunset […]

Water/Ways coming to Cambridge Oct. 19 through Nov. 30

CAMBRIDGE — Explore our global and local connections to water through exhibits, hands-on experiences, and a range of local events this fall! The Smithsonian has selected Cambridge to host a major exhibit called Water/Ways, Oct. 19-Nov. 30 at the Dorchester Center for the Arts (second floor). Water/Ways looks at water as an environmental necessity and […]

One Day Closer in concert Oct. 13

CAMBRIDGE — The Southern Gospel Trio One Day Closer will be presenting a concert on the evening of Oct. 13, 6 p.m. at Faith Baptist Fellowship, and the public is invited. One Day Closer is a Musical Ministry Group from Cambridge, composed of Eddie Elzey, John Moore, and the Rev. Randall Blackmon. According to spokesman […]

Franchot: Delay Bay Bridge work

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland State Comptroller Peter Franchot is calling for the suspension of work on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge for the fall and winter months, citing extensive backups and poor planning. Mr. Franchot’s full comment, released Monday, is below. “I think we’ve seen enough. The whole point of government is to ensure the safety, security […]

‘The Chronicles of Adam’ opens Oct. 11

CHURCH CREEK — The second weekend in October, Dorchester will be treated to a very special first-person living history presentation with “The Chronicles of Adam,” an interpretation of a slave by the name of Adam. Although based on a real person, this story is comprised of various accounts, historical facts, and life lessons for viewers […]

Hurlock Fall Festival Parade

HURLOCK – The 2019 Hurlock Fall Festival began with a parade down Main Street on Saturday morning. Among the many groups that took part, North Dorchester High School’s Marching Eagles added color and spirit to the event. Also in the parade were members of the Hurlock Lions Club, vehicles from Hurlock, East New Market, Secretary, […]

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