Beat The Rush Delivery
Up and coming business, Beat the Rush Delivery is a personal shopper service for grocery, household and personal care items.
Cambridge Spice Company Debuts New Website
It’s cookout season! Have you checked out Cecil's RUBBA YA'? The Cambridge Spice Company offers a wide range of seasonings all listed on their new website.
Job Opening for Quality Manager – Egide USA
Egide USA, Inc. has a job opening for a Quality Manager at its facility in Cambridge Maryland.
Chesapeake Welding Class Partners with local Business
The Chesapeake College ESL Welding class has partnered with local business David Willey Welding Inc.
Congratulations to Aledak Metalworks, Inc.
Congratulations to Aledak Metalworks, Inc. on their recent expansion in Hurlock.
New Program Supports Farm and Fishing Business Start Ups
F³ Tech Pre-Accelerator test drives ideas, markets, and funding for early stage companies
Emily’s Produce Has a New Picnic/Party Menu
Impress your guests with locally picked & Produced options directly from your LOCAL farmer.
The START1UP Showcase event was held in downtown Annapolis on March 14th.
Time to Get Your Irish On
The Dorchester County Historical Society will host its third St. Paddy’s Day Tea on Saturday.
Cambridge Office Space
New professional class A office space available on Moose Lodge Road.
Summer MACo Conference
The Summer conference “Water, Water Everywhere," will be held in Ocean City, MD, on August 15-18. Registration is now open. For more information visit http://www.mdcounties.org/MACoCon.
County offices will be closed Wednesday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. All office will reopen Thursday, July 5th.
Why Choose Dorchester?
"Our Dorchester County community has an amazing mix of past and present. It’s both old fashioned rooted in traditional values, yet "up-and-coming" with an exciting revitalization underway. You can’t beat the natural beauty or historical feel of downtown Cambridge. There’s nowhere else like it. It’s a great place to put down roots and practice law."
"I enjoy working in Dorchester because of the gorgeous open space public lands such as Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad State Park and Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge provide. The sunrises and sunsets are magnificent. People here are passionate and helpful. Dorchester is also affordable, so my money goes farther."
"Being in a central location really helps us and the access to the water, waterways and the bay for recreation is a big asset to living in Dorchester."
"I feel lucky to have grown up and experienced everything that Dorchester offers. The Chesapeake Bay never gets old and I never tire of hearing stories of the past from my dad and grandfather about working the water. I am proud to carry on their traditions using modern technology and methods and will always call Dorchester home."
"Dorchester is not only a beautiful scenic county with abundant wildlife and outdoor recreation, but the people are friendly and our relaxed lifestyle offers a great place to do business and raise a family."
"The people in Dorchester County are amazing and Cambridge is special because of the location. Obviously it’s gorgeous, we’re right on the water."
"I would not want to be anywhere else in the world, or doing anything else than what I am doing today."
"I enjoy working in Dorchester because there are an increasing number of millennials relocating, building lives and thriving here. There is a great deal of potential to reach your professional and personal goals, live the dream and leave your mark."
"Dorchester is home. I returned after college and dove into our family business. There is an authentic sense of community here - a general "get the job done" attitude. Combined with the natural balance of four distinct seasons, access to the Choptank River and waterways, and more seafood, farms and wildlife than you can shake a stick at, I'd say it's a pretty great place to live."
"Dorchester provides the close community feeling that small businesses thrive. Our county has so many driven people with incredible ideas and resources. Collaborating on a creative level and the friendships I’ve made makes this more than a "job" for me."