Dorchester has second case of COVID-19

CAMBRIDGE — The Dorchester County Health Department announced the second diagnosed case of COVID-19 in Dorchester County. The individual is a female, in her 70s, and hospitalized with underlying medical conditions. The Health Department is currently investigating the case with the help of the Maryland Department of Health. Communicable-disease nurses will identify contacts and advise […]

DoCo officials live stream COVID-19 update

CAMBRIDGE — Dorchester County officials presented a live stream joint press conference on Thursday morning, to share details of the local response to the coronavirus pandemic. County Health Officer Roger Harrell, Deputy Health Officer Dr. Casey Scott, State’s Attorney for Dorchester County Bill Jones and Superintendent of Dorchester County Public Schools Dave Bromwell spoke in […]

DoCo partners coordinate to protect citizens

CAMBRIDGE — In response to the Coronavirus Disease 2019, or COVID-19, local officials are working together to protect the citizens of Dorchester County, a statement from the Dorchester County Health Department (DCHD) said Tuesday evening. A team made up of DCHD, Dorchester County Emergency Services, Dorchester County Government, City of Cambridge, Town of Hurlock, Dorchester […]

Letters to the Editor

City looks for citizens’ views With Odie Wheeler retiring in December, the city manager is in the process of developing his plan for reorganizing the city staff that he will bring to City Council for approval. In the meantime, citizens come to our meetings and let us know where we need to improve. I am […]