Hyatt hosts Annual ‘Santa Swim’ Saturday

CAMBRIDGE — Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina, a waterfront resort located on Chesapeake Bay’s Eastern Shore, will host the 2019 “Santa Swim” to benefit the Care and Share Fund, a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to raising funds for individuals and families in need in Dorchester County. Local community members and companies will […]

DCS holds seniors’ Thanksgiving Lunch

CAMBRIDGE — Nearly 200 of Dorchester’s senior citizens gathered at Delmarva Community Services on Nov. 21 for a holiday celebration. The Annual MAC Senior Program Thanksgiving Luncheon featured greetings from DCS President/CEO Santo Grande and Mistress of Ceremonies Mary Handley, a poetry reading by Joanna Fuchs, a song by Luther Cornish, music with DJ Randy […]

Risk Placement Services raises money for reading

SALISBURY — Risk Placement Services (RPS) of Cambridge, recently held its 8th Annual Disc Golf Tournament raising a record-breaking $24,080 to benefit United Way’s Imagination Library Program. Now the largest disc golf tournament in the State of Maryland, 55 teams competed at Schumaker Pond Park in Salisbury, to raise funds for the program which provides […]

DCS holds seniors’ Thanksgiving Lunch

CAMBRIDGE — Hundreds of Dorchester’s senior citizens gathered at Delmarva Community Services on Thursday for a holiday celebration. The Annual MAC Senior Program Thanksgiving Luncheon featured greetings from DCS President/CEO Santo Grande and Mistress of Ceremonies Mary Handley, a poetry reading by Joanna Fuchs, a by Luther Cornish, music with DJ Randy Potter and a […]

County praises voting rights advances

CAMBRIDGE — During their Tuesday meeting, members of the Dorchester County Council proclaimed Nov. 9-16 as Historical Freedom Week. The move highlighted a political victory achieved in 1986, ensuring that African-American citizens would have the chance to make their voices heard. In the 19th century, the state adopted an at-large voting system, effectively preventing African-Americans […]

Cambridge native promoted in Capitol Police

WASHINGTON, D.C. — United State Capitol Police Chief Steven A. Sund announced the promotion of personnel to the positions of Assistant Chief and Deputy Chief effective Oct. 20. “These commanders are committed to our mission and to the Department. The wealth of knowledge and experience they each bring to their new positions will assist us […]

County praises voting rights advances

CAMBRIDGE — During their Tuesday meeting, members of the Dorchester County Council proclaimed Nov. 9-16 as Historical Freedom Week. The move highlighted a political victory achieved in 1986, ensuring that African-American citizens would have the chance to make their voices heard. In the 19th century, the state adopted an at-large voting system, effectively preventing African-Americans […]

Vietnam veterans’ event is Nov. 11

CAMBRIDGE — More than 45 years after the last American troops left Vietnam the Dorchester County Historical Society has chosen to recognize Dorchester’s service men and women who fought in the conflict. While it is very late in coming, the timing is finally right for some who served. DCHS has conducted oral histories of some […]

Fresh Start donates to St. Vincent de Paul

EASTON — Although it no longer operates as an addiction recovery facility, Fresh Start founder Tori Brummell wants to see the good works she started in March of 2008 continue. Fresh Start was a nonprofit transitional supportive housing program for people recovering from substance abuse addiction. “When we closed our doors, we had funds remaining […]

Emily’s Produce backs Patriot’s Point

CAMBRIDGE — This season, the owners of Emily’s Produce in Cambridge decided their beautiful sunflower patch and maze and Fall Season mazes would be planted and created with a meaningful cause in mind. The Jackson family’s roadside farm market is celebrating 20 Seasons in business this year, and they have built a well-known establishment and […]