UM SRH Hospitals get Magnet designation

EASTON — UM Shore Regional Health’s three hospitals – Shore Medical Centers at Chestertown, Dorchester and Easton – were notified on Sept. 19, they received Magnet® designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). The Dorchester and Easton hospitals first earned recognition as Magnet® hospitals in 2009 and were re-designated in 2014. Shore Medical Center […]

College application campaign underway

CAMBRIDGE — The Class of 2020 at Cambridge-South Dorchester High School and North Dorchester High School participated in the Maryland College Application Campaign from Oct. 21 through 25. The goal of the campaign is to provide support to students and families as they navigate the process of choosing and applying to postsecondary education. A highlight […]

Kite Festival held at Sailwinds Park East

CAMBRIDGE — The Annual Kite Festival at Sailwinds Park East, next to the Visitor’s Center on the banks of the Choptank River, took place on Sunday afternoon. With cool temperatures, sunny skies and a steady breeze, the weather was just about perfect for the event. Families brought out many young children to fly their own […]

UPDATE: Two-alarm fire hits Race St., firefighter injured

CAMBRIDGE — At 9:21 a.m. today, Cambridge Rescue Fire Company (RFC) responded to a structure fire at the intersection of Washington and Race streets. “Fire showing 1st and 2nd floors,” a statement from RFC said. “Units on scene, making an aggressive attack, searches underway.” Race Street was blocked while the incident continued, with firefighters working […]

Church bulletin, Nov. 6, 2019

Nazarene Services On Sunday at 10:45 a.m. the Rev. Richard Prahl, pastor will be bringing the message from Luke 20:27-38. The Rev. Tim Thompson will be sharing in song. The church is located at 97 Sandy Hill Road in Cambridge. The Rev. Richard K. Prahl is the lead pastor. The public is invited to all […]

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 […]

C-SD football advances in playoffs

CAMBRIDGE — The Vikings will play in the second round of the playoffs next week, after beating the Havre de Grace Warriors 47-34 tonight. C-SD came into the game with a record of 7-2, while the Warriors were at 2-7 — but that didn’t mean the Harford County men would be pushovers. In fact, the […]

Protecting, promoting Dorchester’s environment

Editor’s note: The monthly Heritage Partner Spotlight focuses on our Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area (HCCHA) partners and how they have supported heritage tourism in Dorchester County with a project funded by either a Maryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA) grant or a HCCHA mini-grant. This month’s spotlight shines on the Friends of Blackwater National […]

Vikings name November top athletes

CAMBRIDGE – Cambridge-South Dorchester High School November Athlete of the Month awards, sponsored by Dr. William E. Bair, go to Sarah Condon and Jacob McClarren. Both seniors, Sarah is a cross country runner while Jacob is a soccer athlete. Congratulations to two Vikings who are outstanding on both the sports field and in the classroom.

CPD to hold ‘Citizens’ Police Academy’

CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge Police Department will soon hold its annual Citizens’ Police Academy. This year, the course will begin Nov. 13. “I think our class is pretty full,” Capt. Justin Todd said Friday. “We’re looking forward to it.” The class will be held on Wednesday nights until Dec. 18. Its goal is to reach […]