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CAMBRIDGE — Rescue Fire Company’s Seafood Feast-I-Val: A Dorchester County Tradition for 35 years was voted one of the Top 100 Events and Festivals in North America by the American Bus Association.   Phone: 410-228-1211  E-Mail: seafoodfeastival@yahoo.com   Website: www.seafoodfeastival.com   The 35th Annual Seafood Feast-I-Val will be held at Sailwinds Park in Cambridge, on Aug. 9. There will be craft tables, local business … 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
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
Release your inner architect, and build a masterpiece with marshmallows on July 22, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Central Library in Cambridge! Toothpicks, marshmallows, and wood sticks will be available to builders ages 11 and up, and a prize will be awarded to a raffle ticket winner!   Call Sharon at 410-228-7331 for more details.  Ender’s Game Movie Night at Hurlock  Enjoy … Read more
CAMBRIDGE — Joyce Turner, a social worker with the Veterans Administration working in the Cambridge V.A. Outpatient Clinic in Cambridge, was honored on Monday, July 7, by the National Native American Veterans Association.  The Rev. Trish A. Hopkins, representative of the National Native American Veterans Association, made the presentation of a Certificate of Appreciation and a Peace Pipe to recognize Turner … Read more
Local restaurant owners to donate to Cambridge EMS and RFC in honor of the first responders who saved their son’s life   CAMBRIDGE — Three years ago, Ryan Summers was struck by lightning. First responders saved his life. To honor those first responders, his family’s restaurants — High Spot, Stoked, and Squoze — are hosting Dine Out to Support First Responders on … Read more
CAMBRIDGE ­— When you’ve visited the Cambridge Diner, you’ve met him. Maybe he wasn’t smiling, but if you looked closely you could see a twinkle in his eye — the sure sign of a person who loves what he does, loves life in general.  He likely grabbed a couple of menus, shouted an order to one of his workers, and seated … Read more
Saturday evening some friends and I went to Layton’s Chance Winery for a relaxing evening, sitting outside and listening to music.  My friend B.J.’s son, Eric Gray plays in a band called Bad Mojo, along with another Cambridge native, Randy Todd. The group plays at Layton’s every once in a while and we try to support them whenever they are somewhere … Read more
CAMBRIDGE — Shore Regional Health CEO Kenneth Kozel, addressing the Cambridge City Council late Monday, dispelled fears the local hospital might close or radically reduce its services, saying his organization planned to make changes aimed at keeping people healthier, both in and out of the hospital.  “The health care industry has changed very dramatically since Jan. 1” this year, it’s gone … 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
HURLOCK — A one page, two-sided newsletter was a major discussion topic at the July 14 Hurlock Council meeting. Mayor Joyce Spratt and the council took issue with some of the newsletter’s statements.   “The Hurlock Informer,” published by the Rev. Paul Bovankovich, aims to keep citizens up-to-date on town issues. In the July issue he said there are minutes on … 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
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