Keasha Haythe will lead 2014 conference planning

Dorchester County Economic Development (DCED) Director Keasha Haythe, CEcD was elected Vice President …

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Reale Revives Downtown Space; Prepares to Manufacture Craft Beer Behind the picture windows at 504 Poplar Street, construction is well underway for Cambridge’s newest manufacturing business, ReAle Revival Brewing. Scheduled to open this s…

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County Secures $1.2M State Grant Dorchester County Council President Jay L. Newcomb applauded Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley and the Board of Public Works (BPW) for approving a $1.2 million for construction of Innovation Crossroads<…

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Cambridge once again welcomes the Maryland Economic Development Association’s (MEDA) annual conference to Dorchester when more than 200 business and government leaders convene at the Hyatt April 28-30 for the region’s premiere economic developmen…

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Bright red signs decorating Cambridge storefronts boldly invite entrepreneurs to “Open Your Business Here” and pledge up to $50,000 to “promising new retail businesses for acquisition, equipment, merchandise and marketing.” Targeting specific…

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Outdoors enthusiasts are a significant contributor to Dorchester’s economic engine. Last weekend’s YMCA’s 5th Annual Crab Run unofficially kicked off another season of rides, runs and revenues for the County. Dorchester hosts a doze…

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Just east of the Chesapeake Bay Hyatt, inside a brightly painted orange and green building, stands Cambridge’s coolest spot to grab a gourmet hot dog. Opened by Eric Ploeg two years ago next month, Hot Spot Cool Eats has become a favorite destinati…

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On March 23, Dorchester’s Economic Development Department hosted a meeting of 40 farmers for a presentation by Hurlock-based Marvesta Shrimp on the RDM Grower Program, a new franchise and production initiative the 10-year old company launched in pa…

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