Town Square, May 23, 2018

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 viewpoint, this forum is a way to share those thoughts. Civility and fair comment will always prevail. – Editor CRABS AND DOLLARS: The majority of America […]

Letters to the Editor, May 23, 2018

Outstanding Undocumented Immigrants The winner of the prestigious John T. Harrison Award for 2018, the top award given to a Chesapeake College graduate, was officially awarded to Sofiah Ali at Chesapeake’s commencement exercises May 17. She gave an inspiring and courageous address where she announced publicly she is an undocumented immigrant, the daughter of immigrants. […]

Cambridge police on the roof

On May 25, the Cambridge Police Department is again supporting the Maryland Special Olympics. CPD officers will be on the rooftop of Dunkin Donuts between the hours of 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. The public is encouraged to stop by and meet some of the officers. There will be Special Olympic shirts and hats available […]

Harriet Tubman Conference set for June 1

CAMBRIDGE — The Ninth Annual Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Conference will be held June 1 through June 2 at the Cambridge branch of Chesapeake College. This year’s theme is “Sharing the Stories; History is Ours to Tell” and promises to expand the bounds with the inclusion of Frederick Douglass’ contribution to the abolitionist effort. Kenneth […]

Lake receives Doctor of Musical Arts

LAKELAND, Fla. — On May 3, 2018, William L. Lake Jr., was conferred the degree Doctor of Musical Arts — Instrumental Conducting from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro under the tutelage of Drs. John R. Locke and Kevin M. Geraldi. Dr. Lake is a native of Cambridge, and the son of the late […]

Green graduates from Md. Realtors’ Leadership Academy

ANNAPOLIS — Dormaim Green, associate broker, with Exit on the Bay in Cambridge, was among the graduates from the Maryland REALTORS 18th annual Leadership Academy honored at ceremonies held recently in Annapolis. The Maryland REALTORS® Leadership Academy was formed by REALTORS® who understand the key role they play in their community and the need to […]

Dorchester SU freshman among U.S. best costume designers

SALISBURY — When Georgia Fried created outfits for her school plays in Hurlock, she may have been the best costume designer at North Dorchester High School. Now a freshman at Salisbury University, she recently was named among the best collegiate costume designers in the U.S. Ms. Fried recently placed second at the Kennedy Center American […]

Women’s Day at St. Luke UM Church

CAMBRIDGE — The Women of St. Luke UM Church will be celebrating their Annual Women’s Day on Sunday with the theme “Empowered Women of God.” Guest minister for the morning service will be the Rev. Elsie M. Ennals of Refuge Temple Church of God in Cambridge. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. and the Rev. […]

Tour the Shore: Guided Kayak Paddles

EASTON — ShoreRivers is taking to the water and invites you to join its annual Tour the Shore guided kayak series on local rivers. ShoreRivers is an environmental nonprofit whose mission is to protect and restore Eastern Shore waterways through science-based advocacy, restoration, and education. Tour the Shore introduces residents and visitors to the local […]

Faithful Stewards Action Social May 17

EASTON – ShoreRivers and Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake (IPC) will host a Faithful Stewards Action Social on May 17 from 4:30-7 p.m. at Waugh Chapel United Methodist Church, 425 High St. in Cambridge. The mission of the evening is to connect Dorchester County congregations with community organizations that need volunteer help. Maryland Senator Addie […]