Hospice, SU partner for Camp Safe Harbor

SALISBURY – Camp Safe Harbor, a bereavement day camp held at Salisbury University for children ages 6 to 12, became a safe and loving place recently for children to heal and open up about their loss. Coastal Hospice staff and volunteers, as well as staff and students from SU’s Social Work Department, worked together to […]

John Nemeth returns to Groove City Studio

CAMBRIDGE — After playing the opening concert at Groove City Studios in Cambridge, John Nemeth said he wanted to come back when the “crabs were fat and juicy.” The crew at GCS got to work right away and set up a second date in Cambridge, and this time plans to use the event space at […]

Bethel AME dedicates a Little Free Library

CAMBRIDGE — On July 1, Bethel AME Church in Cambridge dedicated a Little Free Library. The Free Library was built and donated by Kevin Beverly to the Dorchester Retired Educators Association. Little Free Libraries is a nonprofit organization which inspires to promote a love for reading, build community, and spark creativity by fostering neighborhood book […]

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. This week, many local folks were grateful for the […]

Bay Country Shop’s heart committed to the Chesapeake

CAMBRIDGE — Cross the threshold into Bay Country Shop, and you are immersed immediately in the warm and inviting surroundings of a unique boutique that genuinely reflects the heart of Dorchester County — both in obvious and inspired ways. “We were the first ‘Bay Country’ shop on the Delmarva Peninsula,” said Co-owner Connie Tubman. “This […]

Bayly House Slave Cabin research project

CAMBRIDGE — Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area (HCCHA) staff are working with the owner of the Bayly House Slave Cabin on High Street in Cambridge on preservation and restoration opportunities. Dorchester County Tourism Director Amanda Fenstermaker and HCCHA Manager Julie Gilberto-Brady met with Matthew Daw, from Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, earlier last month to […]

Heart of the Chesapeake Bike Tour July 21

CAMBRIDGE — With over 1,700 miles of shoreline and 600 square miles of land, Dorchester County hosts a rich and diverse history. The Heart of the Chesapeake Bike Tour on July 21, takes you through these landscapes and waterscapes. Choose from the Metric Century (66 miles), Half Century (52 miles), Ragged Point Ride (32 miles) […]

Event benefits prostate cancer treatment

CAMBRIDGE — The 10th annual David Whitby Memorial Golf Tournament, held at the River Marsh Golf Club in Cambridge on May 14, benefited programs and patients of the Cancer Center at UM Shore Regional Health. Founded by Gary and Janet Wright 10 years ago after Janet’s brother, David Whitby, died from prostate cancer, the tournament […]

Adam’s Road at Faith Baptist Fellowship July 11

CAMBRIDGE — Adam’s Road, a Christian, nonprofit ministry, dedicated to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through song, is coming to Faith Baptist Fellowship, on July 11, at 6:30 p.m. “Through the power of God’s Word, these four young people have been rescued out of Mormonism and brought into a personal and saving relationship with […]

Four young ladies introduced to society

EASTON — On June 2, four young ladies of the Mid-Shore area donned beautiful white gowns and bright smiles as they were introduced to society during the second Pearls of the Eastern Shore Debutante Cotillion sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Kappa Theta Omega chapter. • Kalyn Marie Hopkins, a 2018 graduate of Colonel […]