We’re pleased to see the return of the Cecil Observer, a citizen journalism blog focusing on news, art, & history of the Upper Chesapeake Bay. After the site materialized on the web about half-way through 2009, we immediately added it as one of our favorite sources for informative and creative local content. Apparently the publisher went into hibernation for those cold, snowy winter months for the Observer was offline for a period of time. But just as spring arrived on the Chesapeake, the Cecil Observer has returned. It’s an attractively designed news blog and has promise of providing readers with the valued local stories they’re seeking.
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- Mike Dixon on Fine Meals on Baltimore Steam Packet Ships While Sailing Down Chesaepake Bay
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- Larry Wayne Dodd on Dorchester County’s Fine Jail Opened to Prisoners in 1883
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