For All Seasons announces changes in staff

EASTON — For All Seasons introduces their new medical team of adult, child and adolescent, and geriatric psychiatrists. Leading the team is the Medical Director, Brenda C. Scribner, MD. Dr. Scribner moved her psychiatric practice from Pennsylvania to the Eastern Shore in the late 1990s. In addition to running the For All Seasons medical department […]

CMS Triathlon group awards scholarships

CAMBRIDGE – Chris Markin, president of the Cambridge Multi-Sport (CMS) Triathlon Group, in Cambridge, recently announced that the scholarship committee has presented awards to four Dorchester County students, graduating seniors from North Dorchester High School and Cambridge-South Dorchester High School. “We are extremely excited to find young scholar athletes who are so committed to their […]

Bethel to celebrate annual Children’s Day on Sunday

CAMBRIDGE — Bethel AME Church in Cambridge, will celebrate its Annual Children’s Day and YPD on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. The guest preacher will be Wayne Darnell Curtis Jr. Mr. Curtis is a native of Queen Anne’s County. He is the oldest child of Shawan Burke. Wayne is a member of Robinson AME Church under […]

Harlem Triksterz play for success and unity

CAMBRIDGE — Want to get the attention of — let’s be honest here — some easily distracted middle schoolers? Just do what the Harlem Triksterz do. Well, that’s pretty hard. So, it’s probably best to invite the real deal. A three-man crew from the Triksterz, led by Kevin “Showboat” Jackson, visited the county’s three middle […]

Hurlock holds service at Veterans’ Memorial

HURLOCK — The first Memorial Day Service at the new Hurlock Veterans’ Memorial Park on May 28 was a brief, solemn event that captured the spirit of reverence on a day to remember those who died serving the country. Decoration Day was first observed on May 30, 1868 to commemorate those who lost their lives […]

North Dorchester 2018 graduation

SHILOH — The North Dorchester High School Class of 2018 graduated on May 30, before an auditorium packed with family members and local dignitaries. Following a welcoming address by Class President Michael Nossick, NDHS Assistant Principal Benjamin Hosch introduced Salutatorian Emily Fehsenfeld. While she acknowledged that her classmates might be experiencing a twinge of fear […]

Cambridge-South Dorchester 2018 graduation

CAMBRIDGE — “Just remember, you will always be a Cambridge-South Dorchester Viking,” Co-Salutatorian Emily Brohawn said during the school’s Class of 2018 Commencement Ceremony on Thursday. After experiencing the joy, pomp and circumstance of the event, there is little doubt that the grads could ever forget. Ms. Brohawn shared salutatorian duties with Hunter Kane, who […]

Students receive RYLA check

EASTON — Thirteen students, from Easton High School, recently gathered to receive a check from Phil Reed, RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) Chair for Rotary District 7630. The check represented the prize they received for being the winning group at the recent RYLA Conference. As the group selected first place, they were able to select […]

Coastal Hospice breaks ground on new Stansell House

SALISBURY – Coastal Hospice has received approval from the Maryland Health Care Commission to proceed with construction of the Macky & Pam Stansell House of Coastal Hospice at the Ocean in Ocean Pines and has broken ground on the project. Whiting-Turner is the contractor for the project and will begin construction immediately. The new residence […]

Eldorado/Brookview VFC receives donations

BROOKVIEW — Proceeds from the sales (from during the recently held Brookview Community Day) of beautiful garden art — fashioned and donated by Wendy Garner of Federalsburg was donated to the Eldorado-Brookview Volunteer Fire Company. Mrs. Garner so graciously crafted and sold these Garden Whimsys and generously donated the proceeds from the sale of these […]