Renovated pool hall, downtown Dorchester's newest destination The long awaited opening by Dorchester natives Chris Brohawn and JT Merryweather was realized Saturday August 10 when more than 100 friends, family members, dignitaries, and drop…

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County business one of Delmarva’s largest boat dealers When Phillip Gootee opened his boat dealership in the 1950’s to serve the waterman who plied their trade on the waters in and around Dorchester, he hoped to help fisherman like hi…

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Work on the 4,300 sq. ft. Realerevival on Poplar Street is in overdrive as the owner-operators work fast and furiously to ready their highly anticipated brewery for a preview at the Taste of Cambridge this weekend. With an official opening projected …

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Memorial Day 2013 signaled the start of Horn Point Laboratory’s (HPL) free seasonal tours at the beautiful 880-acre campus less than two miles from downtown Cambridge. Held every Tuesday and Saturday at 10:00 am, HPL grad students lead 90-minute wa…

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When Carole Levy Ruark opened the doors to a her boutique business in 2003, she sensed a gourmet gift shop dedicated to chocolate, cheese and wine would be a welcome addition to Cambridge’s shopping scene. After 10 years, A Few of My Favorite Thing…

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On May 21, the Dorchester County Council approved the selection of Cassidy Turley as the commercial real estate broker for the Dorchester Regional Technology Park. The Council is expected to sign the contract this week allowing the company to immedia…

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After months of anticipation, High Spot chef Patrick Fanning and partners Brett and Jamie Summers formally opened Stoked Woodfire on April 17. Located in the former Main Street Gallery at 413 Muir Street (the Gallery is now at 447 Race Street), the r…

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Two weeks ago, Kim and Dave Garvey opened a new Eastern Shore satellite office on Cambridge’s Washington Street to expand their Stevensville based business, KG Industries, LLC. The three-year old construction management firm currently has three emp…

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Another major milestone in the development of the Dorchester County Regional Technology Park was reached on May 7,  when the County Council approved the design-build team for the Innovation Crossroads Incubator. Working in partnership with …

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Five years ago, the Mid-Shore Regional Council joined with the USDA to leverage the area’s reputation for great produce and seafood and capitalize on the “Buy Local” movement sweeping the country. The result was Shore Gourmet, a 501(c)6 formed …

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