Saturday, July 12 was Cambridge Main Street’s 10th Annual Taste of Cambridge. Jimmie & Sooks, Leaky Pete's, Elliott's Bakery, RAR Brewing, Ocean Odyssey, Blue Point Provision Company, Water's Edge, Bistro Poplar, Madison Bay, Stoked, High Spot…

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Rebecca Hudson from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, VA visited the Dorchester County Economic Development office and gave a presentation on the different space programs Wallops offers. Since 1945, over 16,000 rockets have launched…

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The Dorothy Megan and the Choptank River Queen are staples on the Choptank River during warm weather. Small business owner Dave Nickerson started the Choptank Riverboat Company in 1997 and operates out of the Suicide Bridge Marina. The riverboats are…

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Join the spring open house festivities on Earth Day this Saturday, April 19, 2014, at the Spocott Windmill Complex located in Lloyds on Route 343, seven miles outside of Cambridge. The windmill complex houses a nineteenth-century village featuring th…

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When Mickey Love arrived in Cambridge in 2007 to run the Dorchester Center for the Arts (DCA), she saw firsthand how the beauty of the environment inspired people to create amazing art. As she rolled up her sleeves to join the board and staff to plan…

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Director Donald Pinder and volunteer Bill Jarmon of the Dorchester Harriet Tubman Organization, located in Cambridge, have worked very hard along with many others to grow and nourish the educational tribute. Pinder and Jarmon have truly added to t…

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Rev. Joan A Brooks, pastor of the New Revived United Methodist Church, has a church based on rich Black History. The New Revived United Methodist Church, once known as the Jefferson Methodist Episcopal Church, was established in 1876 in Smithville. I…

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Shining the light on Dorchester’s rich culture and heritage, the county’s newest attraction is the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Monument. Under the direction of Superintendent Cherie Butler, this local gem is quickly becoming a na…

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On Tuesday, January 14, Dorchester County Economic Development Director Keasha Haythe unveiled the county’s 2014 business marketing campaign before the Economic Development Advisory Committee. The ad campaign is the latest installment of “water m…

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Visitors crossing Cambridge Creek on Maryland Avenue will now be welcomed to town by two magnificent murals created by local artist Michael Rosato. Commissioned in honor of James Michener’s Chesapeake, the second of four public art installations pl…

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