Sen. Eckardt offers reopening guidance

ANNAPOLIS — Beginning May 15, Maryland entered Phase 1 of reopening. Maryland will move from a “Stay at Home” order to a “Safer at Home” advisory. County leaders will have the power to make decisions on the timing. Retail stores can reopen with 50% capacity. Manufacturing can resume with proper safety precautions.Churches and houses of […]

Hogan: Easter Bunny is essential employee

ANNAPOLIS — Finally, some good news about COVID-19.In a press conference on Friday, flanked by state and national flags and senior Maryland officials, Gov. Larry Hogan declared the Easter Bunny as an essential worker. “He therefore will be able to proceed with his hopping across the state delivering Easter baskets to Maryland children,” the governor […]

Spotlight on C-SD’s Rip Cornish

CAMBRIDGE — A local student has had a big week indeed. “Meet Rip Cornish, a freshman at Cambridge-South Dorchester High School and a young man about whom you’ll be hearing a lot in the future,” a statement from the school said. On Tuesday, he was part of the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education’s Youth Congress […]