Letter to the Editor: Colvin is a proven leader

Did you know that Andy Harris has a Master’s degree in Health Science from Johns Hopkins University? That, coupled with his medical degree, ensure that he is well-educated on the health needs of the people that he serves. What is astonishing are the decisions that he makes as a Congressman which refute his educational background […]

Collison to manage Lewis store

NECK DISTRICT — The John Lewis General Store, a venerable watering hole in the countryside west of Cambridge known as the Neck District, is to reopen on Oct. 1, after a hiatus of two years, under new management, new ownership and a new name. On Thursday, Jacob Collison, 22, will leave his job as a […]

State, Dorchester FOP endorse Councilman Satterfield

CAMBRIDGE – The Fraternal Order of Police is behind Dorchester County Councilman Don Satterfield in the upcoming election for Dorchester County District 1. Councilman Satterfield recently received endorsements from both the FOP Cambridge Lodge No. 27 Inc., the local lodge for Dorchester County, and the Maryland State FOP which has more than 70 other lodges […]

Kelly Distributors supports local craft breweries

EASTON — America’s independent beer distributors are small businesses that deliver beer to store shelves and restaurants in communities across the country. They help brewers of all sizes and from all over the world to grow by bringing their product to retailers, who can provide consumers with unprecedented choice and variety, especially as new craft […]

Partners host healthy eating event

CAMBRIDGE — Sandy Hill Elementary School and Dorchester Career and Technology Center collaborated with several community partners to host 15 Sandy Hill families at a recent healthy eating educational event. The purpose of the evening, organized by The Judy Center, was to demonstrate how families can eat healthy and delicious meals on a budget. Parents […]

Mid-Atlantic’s only Ironman Race returns to Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE — Dorchester County will once again roll out the red carpet for 2,000 endurance athletes participating in the 5th Annual IRONMAN Maryland on Sept. 29. Representing 59 countries – the largest international delegation to date – the athletes will be welcomed by thousands of volunteers, IRONClub sponsors, businesses and residents along the 140.6-mile course […]

Dorchester Garden Club’s WWII Memorial Garden

CAMBRIDGE — The Dorchester Garden Club, which will celebrate its 90th anniversary in 2020, has a long history of service and community involvement to the Dorchester County community. This is the first in a series of articles to highlight the civic improvement gardens the club members are actively engaged in to help protect and restore […]

Choptank stone joins UGRR site in Canada

OWEN SOUND, Ontario – There’s now a little bit of Dorchester County in Canada. A delegation traveled to the Emancipation Festival in Owen Sound, Ontario, in early August. They presented a Choptank River stone to the Sheffield Park Black History and Cultural Museum, to be part of an exhibit marking the northernmost stop on the […]

Letter to the Editor: Dorchester Goes Purple

We are one week into Dorchester Goes Purple and the support has been outstanding so far. If you are still among those that are wondering what all the Purple is about we hope this email will help. If you are already on board, we hope this will give you more ideas on how to increase […]

Dr. Carl S. Barham receives Lifetime Achievement Award

CAMBRIDGE – Dr. Carl S. Barham has received the MAMCD Lifetime Achievement Award in Multicultural Counseling. The award is given by the Maryland Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development to an individual who has made sustained, exceptional, and life-long accomplishments and contributions in the field of multicultural counseling. Dr. Barham has dedicated his profession to […]