With many families staying close to home, Dorchester offers numerous outdoor ventures for residents and visitors alike. Here are three we’re looking to take advantage of this month.

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Pandemic Shuttered Sales to Seafood Distributors

When restaurants closed and travel ground to a halt in mid-March, Dorchester's once healthy aquaculture industry saw the market disappear overnight. Many oyster farms in M…

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Who's Hiring in Dorchester County

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This list is updated regularly as information is received.  Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers Responding to Coronavirus Disease 2019. Updated May 10 recommendations for employers resuming normal or phased in business operati…

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Class of 2020 to be Celebrated with Showcase Processional at Hyatt and Two Community Parades

Dorchester Superintendent of Education David Bromwell announced  a one-time only processional celebration on May 20 from 4-8 p.m. to co…

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Re-Opening Week of May 18-22, 2020

May 20            Goodwill Industries and Thomas’s Jewelers (by appointment only) May 21            The Blue Awning May 22            Ocean Odyssey

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Everything you need to know: Public launches, Cambridge Yacht Basin, private marinas, kayak and SUP tours ready to welcome summer 2020 visitors
Recreational boating and paddling in Dorchester County on Maryland’s …

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  Current physical distancing restrictions have cancelled many special events but one organization decided to find a way forward that made their annual fundraiser fun for all. Downtown Cambridge creatively retooled their annual Spring Fling b…

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Program Honors Workers, Keeps Restaurants in Business

Dorchester Chamber CEO Bill Christopher and restaurant owner Chris Agharabi teamed up with the Talbot County Chamber and Mid Shore Community Foundation to organize Feed the Front Line ME…

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Dorchester County Keeps Businesses Current 

To help Dorchester’s business community and organizations stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic, we’re now sending our Currents e-newsletter bi-weekly. Each…

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