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Aqua Pools spreads holiday cheer
EASTON — Aqua Pools employees were cold to the bone on Tuesday morning, but all in the name of a good cause. Through the Angel Tree program, the Salvation Army Cambridge matches deserving children with caring businesses and individuals.
Firms relocate to downtown Cambridge
The Dorchester Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting Dec. 11 for Whitten Retirement Solutions and Parker Counts Law Firm, who have both moved their offices to a new location in the old Cator House, located at 411 Muse Street at the corner of Gay Street in Cambridge. The office space was complete
Easton Woman Arrested after Allegedly Kicking Detention Center Door, Vulgar Outburst
EASTON, Md.- The Easton Police Department says a woman is in the Talbot County Detention Center after allegedly kicking the detention center's door and making vulgar statements outside.
Buying Marijuana at the Mall Leads to Attempted Murder, Kidnapping, Armed Robbery, Assault and Gun Charges
On Saturday, November 10, 2018 at approximately 8:15 p.m., officers of the Charles County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of Mall Circle, in Waldorf, for the report of shots fired.
Missing In Maryland: 4 People Have Disappeared
MARYLAND — Multiple people have been reported missing across Maryland this week, and we are hoping you can help bring them home for the holidays. The missing persons range in age from 59 to 86 years old.
Cambridge Woman's Club hosting bingo fundraiser
CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge Woman’s Club together with the Norwich Elks will hold a cash-prize bingo at the lodge on Elks’ Lodge Road from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16. Doors will open at 1 p.m. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. They are available by calling Kathe Scanlon at 410-221-0120
German exchange students learn and share
CAMBRIDGE – It’s been a busy two months for three exchange students at Cambridge-South Dorchester High School. Kiara Unger, Merlin Becker and Lennard Wilner have traveled the region, played sports, participated in cultural activities and picked up the latest American slang.
This Maryland cop went from a decorated commander to raiding evidence room for drugs. And he's not alone.
Every mile brought Lt. Dan Gosnell closer to relief. His body ached for the little white pills, though his mind shouted to turn back. “What the hell are you doing?” the young police commander asked himself out loud.
Llama rescued from heavy floodwaters in Maryland
A stranded llama was rescued from heavy floodwaters west of Baltimore, officials said Sunday. The Howard County Department of Fire and Emergency Rescue Services tweeted Sunday afternoon: “After crews spent hours last night assisting car drivers out of the water, @HCDFRS assisted the owner of this ll
Easton man arrested on warrant
EASTON — Easton police on Friday, Dec. 14, arrested an Easton man on an active arrest warrant. Police said officers responded to the Talbot County Parole and Probation Office for a report of a person on the premises with an active warrant. Police said the man they found there — Travon N. Roberts, 29
Best Christmas Lights In Maryland 2018
MARYLAND — This is the perfect time for scoping out holiday light displays around Maryland. We asked, and readers responded with their favorite festive shows around the state.
What's playing at the movies, Dec. 14
ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE (R) — A zombie apocalypse threatens the sleepy town of Little Haven — at Christmas — forcing Anna (Ella Hunt) and her friends to fight, slash and sing their way to survival, facing the undead in a desperate race to reach their loved ones. Rated R for zombie violence and gore,
Teens charged after homes, vehicles damaged by BB gun shootings near Lewes, Milton
Delaware State Police have arrested two teens after several homes and vehicles were damaged over the course of a week by BB gun shootings near Lewes and Milton. Steven Huey, 17, of Bridgeville, and Collin Ritchie, 17, of Lewes, were arrested in connection with a rash criminal mischief incidents in w
Live music, Dec. 14-20
404 Taphouse, Denton: Trivia. 7 Thursday. 447 Race Street, Cambridge: Open mic, Thursday. Bay Country Moose Lodge, Queenstown: Karaoke contest w/ DJ Jabberjaws, Saturday. Blackthorn Irish Pub, St. Michaels: Trivia, 7 Thursday.
Senior all-stars play final football game
CAMBRIDGE – Viking Stadium was the site Sunday for the final game of the region’s football all stars. The 11th Annual Eastern Shore Bowl gives the 12th graders one last hurrah for friends and family, as well as a chance for college scouts to evaluate the players.
Holiday Heritage Potluck planned for Dec. 19
CAMBRIDGE — The Heritage Museums and Gardens of Dorchester and the staff of the Dorchester County Historical Society will host a Heritage Potluck at noon on Wednesday, Dec. 19. The luncheon is free and open to the public with one caveat: Attendees are asked to bring a covered dish or dessert that is
Dorchester students shine at Mid-Atlantic Mathematics Challenge
CAMBRIDGE — The numbers added up for the teams of high school juniors from Cambridge-South Dorchester and North Dorchester High Schools who took part in the recent Mid-Atlantic Mathematics Challenge at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.
South tops North in senior send-off
CAMBRIDGE — Every year, the fall sports season officially ends for Bayside Conference high schools with the Eastern Shore Bowl senior football game, the 11th edition played at Cambridge-South Dorchester High on Sunday afternoon.
Salisbury armed robbery: Police release image of person of interest
The Salisbury Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a person of interest in a Dec. 10 armed robbery in the downtown area. On Thursday afternoon, the agency tweeted out an image captured from surveillance footage of a person of interest in the investigation into the inciden
A dip in the chilly Choptank aids Care & Share
CAMBRIDGE – “Are you ready for a nice, refreshing dip in the Choptank River?” Dave Cannon asked the crowd in the Hyatt Resort banquet room on Sunday. Mr. Cannon, president of the Care & Share Board of Directors, was welcoming volunteers to this year’s Santa Swim, in which volunteers raise money in r