Rotary Club of Cambridge news

CAMBRIDGE — The Rotary Club of Cambridge recently recognized a top teacher, welcomed a new member, and took part in environmental work. • Hannah Abt, a teacher at Choptank Elementary School, was honored by the club for being selected as the Dorchester County First Class Teacher of the Year. A graduate of Cambridge-South Dorchester High […]

Business briefs, Dec. 16, 2020

Cambridge WaterfrontCambridge Waterfront Development, Inc. (CWDI) and BCTDesign Group are looking for your ideas and opinions about the future of waterfront development at Sailwinds. Your ideas will be considered by CWDI in the shaping of a development master plan which will guide development decisions over the next several years.Take the survey and let your voice […]

Natural gas pipeline gains critical wetlands permit in Wicomico County

ANNAPOLIS — Despite personal feelings against natural gas as a fuel source the Maryland Board of Public Works was unanimous in granting a tidal wetlands permit that allows the Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company to install a pipeline from Salisbury to Eden. This is the first leg of a plan to bring methane into Somerset […]

Natural gas pipeline gains critical wetlands permit in Wicomico County

ANNAPOLIS — Despite personal feelings against natural gas as a fuel source the Maryland Board of Public Works was unanimous in granting a tidal wetlands permit that allows the Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company to install a pipeline from Salisbury to Eden. This is the first leg of a plan to bring methane into Somerset […]

Cambridge Rotary Club welcomes Crain, new members

CAMBRIDGE — Julie Crain, founder and Executive Director for the Harriett’s House, recently spoke to the Rotary Club of Cambridge. Her job includes establishing and overseeing the operations of the organization’s Drop-In Center. With that, she works directly helping clients, building community relationships and raises money for the organization which is used to help educate […]

Chesapeake Utilities seeks permit for gas pipeline in Somerset

BALTIMORE — The Maryland Department of the Environment’s Tidal Wetlands Division is recommending the Board of Public Works (BPW) grant a wetlands permit to Chesapeake Utilities to allow for the installation of an 8-inch pipeline to carry natural gas from Eden to Westover to serve University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Eastern Correctional Institution (ECI). […]

Business briefs, Nov. 18, 2020

Shore United BankShore United Bank announced that Jed Anthony has joined the Company as a relationship manager. Mr. Anthony will work from the Dover Street Office in Easton. He joins Shore United Bank with more than 15 years of commercial lending experience.“We are thrilled to have Jed join our lending team. He is an experienced […]

Commission agrees to consider Dollar General

CAMBRIDGE — The city’s Planning & Zoning Commission agreed unanimously Oct. 29 to further consideration of a proposed Dollar General store. Plans call for the store to be built on the corner of Washington and High streets, on a lot that is currently occupied only by two small structures.The idea was brought to the Commission […]

Business news briefs

Hyatt wins awardMore than 715,000 Condé Nast Traveler readers submitted responses rating their travel experiences across the globe, naming the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina recognized as the Number 2 Resort in the South.“The results of this year’s survey, conducted at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, are a testament to […]

Hogan, Carney: Poultry grants are coming to contract farmers

HURLOCK — On Monday, morning, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (R) was joined by Delaware Governor John Carney (D) at Russ Stevens’ farm near Waddells Corner, where they announced a new grant program to assist contract poultry growers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program “will provide some direct and much needed assistance for our Maryland […]