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Cambridge (Dorchester, Maryland)

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  • Councilwoman Holton vows innocence, is 'holding up very well'

    In public, City Councilwoman Helen L. Holton casts a formidable figure. She sparred with the city's popular police commissioner over her concern that his detectives weren't solving enough murders, and she has debated with colleagues on development bills,...
  • A shortage of hands

    A shortage of hands
    For nearly 20 years, this tiny watermen's village on Hoopers Island has been enlivened each spring by the arrival of several dozen Mexicans - women who bring with them tortillas and tamales, mariachi music and the hands that make the local economy go....
  • Coastal diversions

    Coastal diversions
    Popular mapping programs project that the trip from the Baltimore area to Ocean City should take about three hours, but with a little effort and planning you can easily meander there in nine. While for many the trip to Maryland's ocean resort is a race...
  • Blackwater refuge celebrates eagles this weekend

    While zipping through the Eastern Shore city of Cambridge on the way to the ocean, most folks have no idea that just to the south are tidal marshes so scenic and vast that they have been dubbed the "Everglades of Maryland." Indeed, southern Dorchester...
  • Tubman, Oakley are good reasons to visit Cambridge

    As Women's History Month draws to a close, visitors to the Cambridge and Bucktown area of Dorchester County can explore the lives of two Eastern Shore women who became legends of American and Maryland history: Harriet Tubman and Annie Oakley. Tubman's...
  • Home beckons for crab pickers

    FISHING CREEK // Five months after coming to this marshy village on the Chesapeake Bay to take jobs picking crabs in a processing plant, Trinidad Tovar Tovar and a dozen other workers headed home to Mexico yesterday, their luggage bulging with trinkets,...
  • Crab industry gets back to business

    HOOPERS ISLAND - Just a few months ago, Harry Phillips wouldn't have bet a nickel that his crab processing plant would still be in business - much less humming along, turning out mounds of creamy steamed crabmeat. In March, Maryland's Eastern Shore...
  • Crab pickers turn to House for seasonal-worker visas

    KENT NARROWS - Buoyed by a victory in the U.S. Senate this week, Maryland's seafood processors turned their attention yesterday to winning House of Representatives approval for a visa program they say is crucial to the survival of the Chesapeake Bay's...
  • It's the journey: The road to the beach

    It's the journey: The road to the beach
    Summer is upon us — it’s about time. Longer days and warmer weather can only mean one thing: The annual trips to the beach. But why should the journey be a two-hour staring contest with the highway when there’s so much to do and...
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