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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

QUESTION: When driving around Cambridge, I’ve seen plaques in some gardens saying “Bay-Wise” property. Now, my neighbor has one! What’s this all about?  ANSWER: Private property can be designated as “Bay-Wise” under a program run by Master Gardeners in Dorchester and other Maryland counties, to encourage people to garden in a way that reduces the pollution that is so damaging to … Read more
CAMBRIDGE — A compromise plan crafted by a city commissioner’s wife to end a dispute among citizens’ groups over a proposed war monument in Cambridge won approval from one side but ran into opposition from the other at yet another heated meeting late Monday.  “We object to the stone and we object to the style of the monument,” Lou Hymon, spokeman … Read more
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Parkland College’s inside game and Chesapeake College standout point guard Domonique Hagins’ second-half unavailability proved too much for the Skipjacks to overcome Saturday afternoon in the NJCAA Division II women’s basketball tournament’s fifth-place game.  The 12th-seeded Skipjacks looked headed for their third upset win of the tournament before Cobra forward Hannah Wascher asserted her will and Hagins … Read more
PRINCESS ANNE — The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has issued a preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) for all areas of Somerset County, including the City of Crisfield and the Town of Princess Anne. The FIRM shows areas that are within the 100 year flood zone, which is where lenders typically require that flood insurance be required. This map … Read more
SALISBURY — Seniors from Maryland, Delaware and Virginia converge on Salisbury University for the 15thannual Eastern Shore Senior Games. Events are Thursday-Saturday, May 1-3, at Maggs Physical Activities Center and the SU athletic fields, and other locations throughout the community. Competitions, open to those age 50 and older, include aquatics, bowling, cycling, a fitness 5K walk/run, fitness assessments, pickleball, floor … Read more
On March 30 at 3 p.m., The Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra will present a special concert event at the Dorchester Center for the Arts. The presentation will also include special solo performances.  David Evans began playing the mandolin as a 19-year-old in Alexandria, Va., and soon afterward came to Baltimore to study classical guitar and music education at the Peabody Conservatory. In … Read more