Let’s put racism, hate and discrimination aside

What happens to communities when those in power do not listen to the concerns of those whom they serve? Chaos and mistrust erodes. Chaos is complete disorder. Mistrust is a lack of confidence; to have no trust or confidence in. Confidence is trust; reliance; self-assurance; to have or show faith in. Faith is allegiance to […]

Church bulletin, Sept. 4, 2019

Nazarene Services On Sunday at 10:45 a.m. the Rev. Sharon Prahl will be preaching on Luke 14:25-33, “The Cost of Being a Disciple.” Special music will be provided by Kathy Baker. The church is located at 97 Sandy Hill Road in Cambridge. The public is invited to all services. Grace UMC Services at Grace UM […]

GNWA gives $10K to college students

CAMBRIDGE — The Grand National Waterfowl Association (GNWA) presented a $10,000 donation to the Grand National Educational Trust (GNWET) to provide scholarships to qualified Dorchester County undergraduate students. “The 14 students currently receiving four year scholarships and the Trustees of Educational Trust want to express our sincere thanks to the Grand National Waterfowl Association for […]

Town Square, Sept. 4, 2019

Town Square is an opinion column to which readers can submit their views. As a true community newspaper, we’re always looking for ways to include local thought and pertinent viewpoints. This column is a way to share those thoughts. Civility and fair comment will always prevail. NEPA Bay Bridge Study The study is about halfway […]

Dorchester Garden Club announces awards

CAMBRIDGE — In an ongoing commitment to promote the beautification of Cambridge and the surrounding communities, the Dorchester Garden Club has instituted a new initiative, “Curb Appeal,” to acknowledge the contributions of residential and commercial establishments for their efforts to beautify the local landscape. Dorchester Garden Club members are tasked with canvassing the county to […]

SU to present “Years of Resilience” series

SALISBURY — This fall Salisbury University recognizes a significant event in U.S. history with “1619-2019: 400 Years of Resilience.” The series, which began with a Healing Day National Bell Ringing event Aug. 25 in Red Square, reflects on the inception of the enslavement of people of African descent in the U.S and its effects. The […]

Church bulletin, Aug. 28, 2019

Nazarene Services On Sunday at 10:45 a.m. the Rev.You Are Invited to a Lavish Dinner Party.” at Cambridge Church of the Nazarene. Special music will be provided by Carol Bloodsworth. The church is located at 97 Sandy Hill Road in Cambridge. The public is invited to all services. Grace UMC Services at Grace UM Church […]

Town Square, Aug. 28, 2019

Town Square is an opinion column to which readers can submit their views. As a true community newspaper, we’re always looking for ways to include local thought and pertinent viewpoints. This column is a way to share those thoughts. Civility and fair comment will always prevail. Emergency preparedness NOT COVERED: Get flood insurance if you […]

Letters to the Editor, Aug. 21, 2019

We need an assault weapons ban – NOW In his letter last week (Aug. 14), Bill Patchett said no laws will stop an evil person from killing others, and that we’ll have to leave it to God to rid our world of evil people before mass killings will stop. He is wrong. If you follow […]

Church bulletin, Aug. 14, 2019

Nazarene Services On Sunday at 10:45 a.m. the Rev. Richard Prahl pastor will be preaching on Luke 11:1-4, “The Lord’s Prayer; God is Our Guide” Part 4 at Cambridge Church of the Nazarene. Special music will be provided by the Rev. Tim Thompson. The church is located at 97 Sandy Hill Road in Cambridge. The […]