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Dave Cannon posted Nothing Yet in At the Y with Dave at 07:32AM on March 25, 2014

Dave Cannon posted "Don't Stop" in At the Y with Dave at 10:16PM on March 19, 2014

Dave Cannon posted "Born to be Wild" in At the Y with Dave at 05:53AM on March 10, 2014

Karen M. Riggin posted Learning to be a Polite Tech Junkie! in Whispers from Crisfield at 04:49PM on February 21, 2014

Dave Cannon posted "Carry on My Wayward Son" in At the Y with Dave at 10:48AM on February 20, 2014

Dave Cannon posted "Here Comes the Sun" in At the Y with Dave at 10:43PM on February 14, 2014

Karen M. Riggin posted Psst - Valentines Day IS Important to Her. in Whispers from Crisfield at 11:30AM on February 10, 2014

Editor’s note: We met Daryl Davis recently and asked him to tell us his story for this issue of The Banner.  “I had had a lot of racist experiences in my early life, and I had developed a question as a child. That question was ‘How can you hate me when you don’t know me?’  “As I got older, similar experiences continued. … Read more
HURLOCK — Cats and curfews were major discussion topics at the Aug, 11 Hurlock Town Council meeting.   A pre-meeting public hearing at 5:30 p.m. drew residents to discuss enacting a revised curfew ordinance. Although the town charter has a section on curfews (Sec. 6.201), suggestions made at the previous meeting indicated the regulations need to be more precisely defined.   Mayor … Read more
Club invites individuals and businesses to help host premier sporting event  CAMBRIDGE — Sailwinds Inc. and the Dorchester County Office of Tourism announced this week the launch of IRONClub Maryland, a nonprofit booster organization created to support World Triathlon Corporation’s newest event, IRONMAN Maryland.  Formed by an advisory committee of business owners, community leaders and government officials, club membership is open to … Read more
PRINCESS ANNE — On Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 7:30 p.m., The Somerset County Historical Society will present a one- time free professional performance of Shakespeare’s great tragedy, Macbeth,in Princess Anne, outdoors in the gardens of the Teackle Mansion, 11736 Mansion Street. Eye of newt and toe of frog, wool of bat and tongue of dog: Shakespeare's spellbinding vision of ambition, … Read more
PRINCESS ANNE — The start of the fall semester at UMES means new, free activities in and around the campus. On Sept. 4 from 4 to 6 p.m. there will be the opening reception for the “New Works by UMES Art Faculty” at the Mosely Gallery on campus. The show is open weekdays 9 to 5 through Sept. 25, call … Read more
The Dorchester Drama Guild, a program of Dorchester Center for the Arts, will present “One-Acts Weekend” on July 25-27. Four one-act plays will be featured: A Matter of Husbands, Bank Robbery, First Love, and The Whole Shebang.   Shows on Friday and Saturday are at 7 p.m., and on Sunday there will be a 3 p.m. (NEW TIME) matinee. Tickets are … Read more